The Maine
An artful dialogue about the wonders of the state.

Month: February, 2015

“Damn it…NOT before breakfast.”

photograph by John Ames The lament of a photographer’s wife.


haiku by Kristen Lindquist If not for squirrels would the cat leave her bed? What gets me up?

Long Winter

haiku by Kristen Lindquist Ghost of snow blows through the branches– fleeting dreams of spring.

Tuesday 207: Spring Break Snorkel

painting and text by Jessica Ives It’s only the last week of February but already I’m leaning forward, anticipating Daylight Savings Time, longer work days in a studio full of natural light, and increasing birdsong out the window. More wind chill advisories and snow may come, and I may not be traveling anywhere tropical in the month […]

Coast Is Clear

photo, text, and coffee by Dan Dishner Good Morning from the Coast of Maine. Woke up to a nice 24 degrees this morning. Time to get back to work. My how time flies when you are having fun. Black&Blonde in my cup today, one of my favorite ways to make coffee, light/dark. Enjoy the day. — […]

A Postcard Home

postcard designed and sent by Margaret Rizzio

The ice breaks up on Fore River, a sign of things to come

triptych by Justin Gove

Summer 2015 CSA

handmade for le bouton studio’s Summer 2015 Community Supported Apparel white linen box top, citron linen shorts citron linen tie shoulder sundress on seam pockets, straight shape, just below knee length banded skirt in cotton voile print banded skirt in cotton voile print, shown with caftan linen mushroom color caftan v-neck, side vents, center front […]

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