25 Years of Spindleworks
Spindleworks is a collective of over 35 artists who work in a variety of mediums including weaving, painting, pottery, wood, sculpture, fabric, performing arts and poetry. They have exhibited world-wide from New York to Paris, and are well known and respected members of Maine’s artistic community. The 25th anniversary show will be highlighted by musical and film events in conjunction with the art exhibition, including a First Friday talk by Nan Ross. Spindleworks is a program of the Independence Association, which helps people with disabilities lead full and inclusive lives.
Group exhibition featuring Spindleworks artists Angela Alderette, Kevin Babine, Nancy Bassett, Jeanette Baribeau, Mona Bidder, Diane Black, Earl Black, Betty Carter, Paula Clearfield, Dylan Cook, Donald Freeman, Dale Hafford, Hazel Hanscome, Wendy Jordan, John Joyce, Rita Langlois, Theresea Lebrecque, Anna MacDougal, Susan McPherson, Steve Mann, Grace McKenna, Joy Ray Morin, Danielle Phillippon, Elizabeth Pinette, Mitch Pfeifle, Kristi Schall, Nancy Scott, Louise Stroud, Terri Snape, Al Tyrol, Minton Warren, Helen Warren, Lukas Weber, Kelly Weingart, Lloyd Whitcomb, Terri Bouin, Anglie Mattison, Pat Pettengil, Margaret Hatch, Carol Travis, Greeta Duby and Merrill Robinson.