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

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Developing An Eye For Color: Transparency

text by Jessica Ives artwork by Nancy Duncan, Sasha Laurita, and Tom Wright For the past several winters, during the darker, colder weeks between holiday festivities and mud, I have been lucky enough to teach regular classes offering an exploration in color for both adults and children. During this past January, February, and March I once again had the pleasure to work […]

Master Shots: Ron Haviv

photographer Ron Haviv interviewed by Sharon Kitchens   Darfuri girls leave their camp to search for firewood. The journey will expose to danger of attack and rape. 2005 – Darfur, Sudan Ron Haviv-VII Photos I first met Ron Haviv at the Maine Photographic Workshops in Rockport, Maine in 2006 or 2007, while in a weeklong […]


photographs, haiku, and text by Kristen Lindquist We spent several hours at the Belfast Curling Club today learning how to curl. Our instruction barely scratched the surface, because curling is much more challenging both physically and strategically than we’d ever imagined. But eight of us had a lot of fun sliding ourselves and the stones […]

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