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One of Ernie Abdelnour's unique metal sculptures.

A steam punk sculpture
made by Bob Harris.


Painting by Heather Roselle Barter.

Some of Ernie Abdelnour's metal sculptures displayed in the Gallery.


This pendant is the result of teamwork between Anne Reigstad and Amanda Coburn.

Sue Elliot's print.


A silver cast pendant by Amanda Coburn.


A necklace by David Savage.


Ornaments by Al Mather.


Beaded amber necklace by Roxanne Munksgaard.


Stained glass Goddess by Amber Martin.

Soap dispenser by Beth Thompson.

Knitted vest by Mary Eaton.


Roxanne Munksgaard's jewelry display.

Ship in a Tea cup by Ernie Abdelnour.


Print by Ron Reed from Bangor.

Travel size Cribbage boards by Travis Higgins from Bangor.


3D giraffe by Tricia Griffith.

Silk scarf by Linda Stearns.

Gallery Owners

Amanda Coburn

Amanda Coburn is the owner of Riverside Jewelry Designs in Kenduskeag, Maine. She is a metalsmith and jewelry designer whose creations have been shipped worldwide.
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Roxanne Munksgaard

Roxanne Munksgaard of Maine Peace Works is a metal smith with a passion for copper. She has been collecting beads for many years and enjoys designing unique jewelry. More...


Anne Reigstad

Anne Reigstad of Ymir Glass Design is a jewelry designer based in Bangor, Maine. She makes fused dichroic glass jewelry, and also stained glass panels.
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Consignors

Heather Roselle Barter

Heather Roselle Barter is a local visual artist who ”is most inspired by her natural surroundings - the land, the sea, and the sky." Barter has also created a series of Bangor Public Library paintings. Heather teaches workshops at our studio, including the basics of oil painting. Visit her facebook site.


Ernie Abdelnour

Ernie Abdelnour from Mount Desert Island makes metal sculptures out of new and found everyday objects. He's an expert in transforming what some might label junk, into art. Read about Ernie in Bangor Daily News



Arnold Miller

Arnold (Sam) Miller is a retired woodworker in Orono, who has a small workshop.  His ribbon boxes are finely crafted and beautiful.


Hurshey Somers

Hurshey Somers of The Mad Hatter, lives and works in Bar Harbor, Maine. She makes unique handfelted wool hats. They are so popular she can hardly make them fast enough.


David Savage

David Savage of Dorkorama Jewelry Designs, makes his up-cycled and Steampunk inspired jewelry with gemstone and glass, wire wrapped, sterling silver, gold-filled and copper.
Visit his blog.


Kelly Leeman

Kelly Leeman from Bucksport, Maine, makes her jewelry with gemstones, glass, beads, silver and gold filled wire. With her intricate, high quality wirewrapped jewelry she is considered one of the best in her field. Learn more here.


Susan Elliot

Susan Elliot from North Monmouth, Maine has been drawing "forever". But it got really serious some years ago when she started drawing what she is passionate about - trees. She now has many fans who collect her work.


Linda Stearns

Linda Stearns from Bangor uses silk as a canvas to make her unique and delicate scarves. She creates her designs with printing, drawing, painting, dying and stamping. More...


Robert Harris

Robert Harris of Ymir Glass Design, started working with glass 14 years ago. It started with stained glass, developed into fused dichroic jewelry, and he has now ventured into Steampunk artwork.
Visit his website.


Tricia Griffith

Tricia Griffith is a New York transplant who has lived in Maine since 2008. Inspired by the natural world, her current works involve acrylic paint and upcycled corrugated cardboard. Three-dimensional trees, flowers, and creatures both real and fantastical emerge from her cardboard strewn Orono studio.  


Al Mather

Al Mather is a woodturner from Princeton, Maine. He creates biscuit/perogi cutters, rolling pins, candlesticks and mushrooms.
Visit his website.


Amber Martin

Amber Martin from Milford makes beautiful three dimensional stained glass creations that are both decorative and functional.
Here is a story about Amber from Bangor Daily News back in 2011.


Mary Eaton

Mary Eaton, is a weaver and knitter who lives in Little Deer Isle. Dream Weaver creates scarves with chenille, boucle, and other yarns - all so cozy, beautiful, and so stylish!


Bethany Thompson

Bethany is the owner of Red Sunset Ceramics, wheel thrown pottery. The handcrafted ceramics are vibrant and unusual in color and shape, with a vintage appeal. The artist lives in Argyle, Maine. 


Tammy Wallace

Tammy Wallace, of Maine Hippie Homestead, has dabbled in the "hippie arts" since she was a child -- tie dye, making things from nature, never wearing shoes. As an adult, she found peace in working with herbs, oils, colors and textures. Her creative soaps and body butters are wonderful. Outside of her creative outlets, she is a doula, childbirth educator and a lactation counselor.


Diane Porter

Diane has been sewing since she was old enough to pick up a needle and loves creating useful things. Her latest creation are recycled sweater mittens – ahh so cozy! Diane lives in Unity, Maine. 


Kathy Norwood

Kathy Norwood, of a Bee in Her Bonnet, is a knitter and crocheter who creates hats to inspire childhood whimsy for adults and children. Recently retired from 42 years at Jackson Lab, she now has more time to be creative. Kathy lives in Seal Harbor, Maine.
Read the story about Kathy in
Bangor Daily News.


Mary Latno

Mary Latno makes one-of-a-kind handcut greeting cards in her Bradley studio.


Stesha Cano

Her website says “She can tie you to a whipping post and shatter you into a thousand pieces…" Singing jazz standards, rhythm and blues or pop, Stesha is a big presence around Downtown Bangor at several restaurants and lounges. We offer two of Stesha’s CDs in the gallery: “Simple as Everything (2013)" and: “For Greyson – American Traditions (2016)" 


Shannon Wong

Shannon Wong – makes handmade, wheel thrown, functional pottery. Her pieces are inspired by nature using botanical themes with cool colored glazes: greens, blues and purple.
Visit her website


Rose White

Rose White is a retired music teacher from Lincoln, Maine. In her retirement she has combined her love of music and art to create stunning mosaic musical instruments using glass, beads, chain, and more.


Jim Lagasse

Jim Lagasse, of Pine Tree Art Studio, is a self-taught artist. He enjoys working with watercolors most because they are the most challenging and unpredictable. Lagasse’s birches are most beautiful and we are fortunate to have him teach workshops at the studio!
Learn more about Jim in this interview.

Visit his Etsy site.


Virgina Pelletier

Virginia Pelletier is a weaver/dyer/felter living in Bangor, Maine. She is the owner of VP Handwovens.
Virginia’s home is filled with looms, yarns dyepots, wool fiber and felting tools – and cats. She thinks it’s just heaven.


Suzette Hassell

Suzette is the owner of Newbonez Studios and her specialty is polymer clay beads. None of her beads are painted or stamped; instead a design called a “cane” is made from different colors of clay and then used to make each bead.


Jeff Egolf

Jeff Egolf lives in Bangor, Maine. He makes Tab drums from the old propane tanks we use for grills. The sound is just amazing!
Visit his website jeTABS.


Anne Wight

Anne Wight is an artisan soaper and the creator of Damselfly Soap & Sundries on Pushaw Lake in Old Town. True artisan soap does not contain preservatives or other artificial ingredients. All of the goodness in her handcrafted soap comes directly from her recipes of carefully balanced oils, fats, and butters and how they interact with the liquid and lye necessary for all soap making.


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