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

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We All Have Our Reasons: #762

In a recent email exchange with a new reader of The Maine I learned this: I thought I’d pass along a Maine historical note that I just ran across today. After the Halifax Explosion in 1917, there was a great deal of aid sent from New England. The conventional wisdom is that the vast majority of […]

Atmospheric Perspective

text and photographs by Jessica Stammen I’m writing from the air right now, and I’m thinking: I’ve traveled quite a bit these past few months.  Enough anyway.  I visited a brother in Seattle, drove a friend to New York, spent a weekend dancing in Vermont, watched another brother get married in Dallas, and just now […]

Water Works

text and paintings by Jessica Stammen In the winter I paint windows. They are images I have stored away, views that glimpse out through panes, through trees, towards water. I meditate, hibernate. I paint over old, unsuccessful scenes from the last summer season. Worn dock surfaces and stairs, early morning light, mountain reflections in Megunticook […]

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