Celebrating Art of Women by Women at Haynes Galleries, Maine

by Matthew Innis |

“These artists are redefining what it means to be a woman artist working today,” says Gary R. Haynes, gallery owner. “They are tackling themes, challenging preconceived notions, and forging new paths.” As part of Haynes Galleries’ schedule of summer events, a new exhibition titled “Celebrating Art of Women by Women” opens this week in Thomaston, Maine.  Much in…

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