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The Portland Sunday Telegram's Dan Kany wrote a glowing and thoughtful review of the Addison Wooley group's recent exhibit at 3fish Gallery in Portland in the March 15 "Audience" section of the paper:

"Probing questions for the 21st century..."

Don't miss this review!



Philip Isaacson, long-time critic and columnist for the Portland Sunday Telegram, has written a wonderful review of AW's last exhibit at the Washington Avenue gallery--by Dan Dow and Diane Hudson, both Associated Artists of the AW group.


The Portland Sunday Telegram's "Audience" section for 9/18/11 includes a wonderful review of the September AW exhibit by Ronnie Wilson and Ruth Sylmor.   "In the Arts: Taken to Paris and Other Worlds," by Philip Isaacson. Don't miss it!



The joint May exhibit, 2011, by Fran Vita-Taylor and Darrell Taylor ("Ephemeral Nature," and "Surreallegories: Three from 2010") got a glowing review from Lars Lindgren in his "Gallery Talk" blog and on the air at WMPG Radio.


Don't miss Philip Isaacson's enthusiastic endorsement in the "Audience" section of the Portland Sunday Telegram

"...I wouldn't have missed this show for the world."


Heather Frederick's detailed review of the show
can be found in her


The Phoenix


The February 2011 exhibit, "Quartet" got a rave review from Philip Isaacson in the "Audience" section of the Portland Sunday Telegram


Philip Isaacson's favorable review of the "Addison Woolley & Friends" December group exhibit was published in the 12/19/2010 Sunday Telegram in the "Audience" section.

NOTE: The gallery will be closed in January, 2011. The next exhibit will open at 5:00pm on Friday, February 4


Philip Isaacson's Review
Dan Dow's OCTOBER Photography exhibit appeared in the 10/17/10 edition of the Maine Sunday Telegram

Mr. Isaacson's review also discusses work by some other Addison Woolley artists in the current CMCA show in Rockport, ME: "Photographing Maine: Ten Years Later," which was curated by Bruce Brown, and runs until December 4.


WMPG's "Gallery Talk" blog, by Lars Lindgren, reviewed the October exhibit--Dan Dow's photography & Andrea van Voorst van Beest's paintings--on Wednesday, October 20.


Thursday, July 1,2010
5:00 - 8:00 pm

of the new Washington Avenue Gallery space:


June 4- 11, 2010

"Slices of Time"

Documenting the Random Moments in Life

Solo exhibit by
Jan Pieter van Voorst van Beest



May 7 - 14, 2010

"New Eyes For Nature's Work"

Joint exhibit by
Dave Wade and Fran Vita-Taylor



April 2 - 9, 2010

Addison Woolley Associated Artists
Group Exhibit

"New Work for a New Season"



March, 2010

March 5th - 12th

Places in our Memories

Arunas Bukauskas – Photographs
Norm Proulx – Paintings

at Addison Woolley Gallery
at Studio 203A




March, 2010

Addison Woolley Gallery of Portland, ME., in collaboration with A FINE THING: Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts, and the Museum of African Culture, both also located in Portland, is proud to present an exhibition of 42 photographs from the book,
Ghana: An African Portrait Revisited
A companion exhibit of Ghanaian art and artifacts will coincide at The Museum of African Culture, 13 Brown St., (207) 871-7188.

Ghana: An African Portrait Revisited
Photographs by
Peter E. Randall, Nancy Grace Horton, Barbara Bickford, Gary Samson, Charter Weeks, and Tim Gaudreau

March 5 – 26, 2010
Opening Reception, Friday, March 5th from 5 – 8 p.m.

Artists’ Talk and visual presentation, with reception, Saturday, March 20th, 2 – 4:30 p.m., plus a special performance, with mask, by Oscar Mokeme of the Museum of African Culture

Location for exhibit and presentation
A FINE THING:  Edward T. Pollack
Fine Arts

29 Forest Avenue
Portland, ME. 04101  (207) 699-2919


February, 2010

After the January closing, the new year at Addison Woolley brings a major solo exhibit to Studio 203A: "Victor Romanyshyn: Unframed" will open with a First Friday reception from 5 - 8 p.m on February 5. and will run through Friday February 12th.  Hours 1:15 - 5:00 p.m. or by appointment.

Scroll down for photographs of the gallery space, and go to the Studio 203A page for a still life preview.



December, 2009

The exhibit for December at Addison Woolley Gallery will be:

Artful Gifts

A selection of photographs, prints, paintings, and more, reasonably priced for holiday gift giving.  Addison Woolley artists are joined by guests, The Peregrine Press and studio artists of the Bakery Building, in this eclectic exhibit.  And, for First Friday, the Bakery Building will celebrate the season along with Addison Woolley. 

There will be open artists' studios, including the Peregrine Press, for a festive First Friday Art Walk destination.  Catch the spirit, and mark your calendar!





November, 2009

Dan Dow's masterful solo exhibit, Looking West: American Landscapes, at Addison Woolley at Studio 203A, which runs from November 6 to November 13, was reviewed by Avery Yale Kamila, as lead item in the "GO" section of the Portland Press Herald for Thursday, November 5. Check out her "First Friday Art Walk" column!



August, 2009.

After a very successful August exhibit that included work by a large number of artists from Perigrine Press and the AW Associated Artists group, Susan Porter has announced that there will be no exhibit for the month of September.

Starting in October, she has scheduled a series of shows around the concept of the "Elements". The October exhibit, "The Elements Series - Water" will feature three guest artists: Alan Sockloff, Jim O'Reilly and Steven Jones, as well as works by the Associated Artists group.

Future exhibits will be devoted to "Earth" and "Sky". Check the Studio 203A page for details, as the plans are developed.


Inaugural month, July, 2009, featured our "reunion" exhibit at Studio 203A, which ran from Friday, July 3 until Friday, July 10.

March, 2008
to March, 2009

( from former
Market Street Gallery
in Portland, ME )

Opening Reception in Pleasant Street, Bakery Building, Studio 203A, July 3, 2009




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