(Friendship, ME) Friendship artist Pam Cabañas will hang an impressive exhibition of her latest works at her Salt Pond Studio gallery in Friendship. Large scale shorescapes in charcoal and acrylic blast into this charming historic school house gallery. These poignant and powerful works will be exhibited at Salt Pond Studio from July 22 through the month of August.

On Saturday, July 25 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm, there will be an outdoor, COVID-19 aware reception at Salt Pond Studio featuring a performance by Nobleboro singer–songwriter, Graham Walton. Please bring your masks and a cooler of refreshments, and gather around the fire pit, meet the artist, and socialize safely.

About the Artist

Born in Brooklyn, NY, artist Pam Cabañas lives and works in the mid-coast village of Friendship, Maine. Pam is well known for her evocative works in watercolor, acrylic, charcoal, and ink Her paintings create a haunting portrait of the artist’s relationship with the harsh, yet beautiful coast of Maine. Working primarily with a subtle or monochromatic palette, Cabañas’ intent is to integrate an artistic view with a sense of place, time, and pending change.

Pam holds advanced degrees in art and art education from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University and The University of New Mexico.

A cold winter breaks to spring when the skiff goes overboard and Pam can continue her quest to connect her respect for the beauty and harsh reality of coastal Maine with the mediums of fine art.

“Cabañas’ drawings are uncompromising – all the more engaging and beautiful because they are true.” — Alan Magee

Exhibition Information

Salt Pond Studio Gallery is located at 522 Cushing Road in Friendship, Maine (at the corner of Route 97 and Salt Pond Road). Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday, from 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm or by appointment. The exhibition can also be viewed online at www.pamcabanas.com. For more information, please contact Pam at (207) 691-5787.

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About The Author

Brenda Bonneville, editor

Brenda Bonneville co-founded Maine Art Scene Magazine in 2007 with her husband Thierry Bonneville. Together they are committed to promote Maine Arts in new and enterprising ways. They have published thousands of press releases and organized multiple statewide juried virtual arts exhibits.

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