Celebrating the Portrait, Haynes Galleries, ME

by Matthew Innis |

    To kick off the summer season, Haynes Galleries in Thomaston, Maine is hosting a new exhibit centered on the portrait which challenges the notion that a painted semblance is merely a record of a person’s appearance.  Portraiture, as evidenced by the works in this show, is much more about the connections that bind all persons – including the…

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