Brunswick Maine Artist - Work, Play, Observation, Comment
Maine Artist in Oil, Acrylic and Block Print
"White Mountains Hayfield", Joe Godleski, oil on canvas
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Salt Water Farm Show at Fort Andross
The most recent show at the Coleman Burke Gallery (on the left as you are just getting to the Frontier Cafe in Fort Andross Brunswick) is a full room extravaganza of sculpture and found art assemblage that takes some time to digest. The show is titled Salt Water Farm The Quimby Colony: A Collective, and features the cooperative and inter-related works of a number of Bowdoin alumni. A review of the show in the Bowdoin Orient provides further detail and background. On opening night, the gallery space was an absolute zoo and it was difficult to gain perspective and see things. A second walk around during the day two weeks later when all was calm brought a lot of the work into focus, unfolding a whimsical, organic sort of Mad Max experience. The Salt Water Farm show which includes Sam Gilbert as part of the collective, follows a show where Mr. Gilbert's work alone was featured, 141280. Hopefully, we will be seeing more of Mr. Gilbert's work moving forward.