Roger Dale Brown: Painting Maine at Haynes Galleries

by Matthew Innis |

  “Maine is an artist’s dream,” says Gary R. Haynes, founder of Haynes Galleries and a long-time friend of Roger Dale Brown. “Artists have come here for generations, but Roger’s looking at it from a new angle. He’s aware of the history of place, but he doesn’t let that distract from his vision. He wants…

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