Saltwater Artists

We are now closed for the winter! Thank you all for a wonderful 2019 season.

Did you see something you really liked on a Saltwater Gallery visit?
Or something that would make a great gift? Contact us and we will put you in touch with the artist.

You may also find our artists at different venues in the off season. Here are a few up-coming shows:


The River Arts Gallery "Nature's Beauty in Fiber and Clay" show features the work of Saltwater Artists Gallery members, Cathie Stebbins Peterson, Woolscapes and Libbey Seigars, Whitefield Pottery. Opening Reception is 2:00 - 4:00 Saturday, Nov 2nd. The show which is in the West Gallery at River Arts runs Thur Oct 31 to Wed Nov 22. River Arts is located at 241 Atlantic Highway/Route 1 (north) in 
Damariscotta, ME.


Cathie Stebbins Peterson (left)

Libbey Seigars (right)


Also this Fall, SWA member David Higgins will exhibit at the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell in “Art and the Land”, their exhibition in conjunction with Kennebec Land Trust. Forty works of art will be on display from 25 local artists, including two by Higgins. The exhibit runs from October 25th thgrough November 30th. Gallery hours are Wednesday thru Saturday from noon-6pm.  The public is invited to attend and meet the artists at an opening reception on Friday, October 25th, from 5-7pm. _____________________________________________________________

This year the Boothbay Region Art Foundation in Boothbay Harbor will run its annual Art In ME  exhibit from October 18th to November 23rd with hours Thursdays thru Sundays from 11 am to 5 pm. A reception will be held Saturday, October 19th from 5 to 7pm.  

Fiftyeight artists were chosen out of a great many applicants.  Five artists from the Saltwater Artists Gallery in New Harbor were chosen to exhibit.  They are Judine French - watercolor, Kay Miller - monotype, Betsy Palmer - watercolor, Cynthia Smith - sculptures, and Carol Wiley - acrylic.

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Kay Miller, top.   Cindy Smith, left.   Carol Wiley, right


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And if you happen to be in New York City on a Sunday, visit the Grand Bazaar, the city'’s biggest curated weekly market, at 77th and Columbus between 10 am and 5:30. Look for Tom Raymond’s daughter Paula.  She sells a selection of his turned wooden bowls and other items along with her cards.  


Reopening on Memorial Weekend 2020


Are you an artist who might be interested 
in joining our cooperative?

Find more info on our Membership Opportunities Page