In the Main Space
SPACE Gallery is pleased to present Detached Sentiments, a show of new work by local illustrator and artist Patrick Corrigan with sound installations by performance artist Rev. Crank Sturgeon, photo stills and video by DOGHAUS, and mystery art by Maine writer, Chris Barry. The show includes drawings, paintings, photographs, sound and video pieces, and small works, including a few boutique products (see attached photos) made at Fort Awesome, Corrigan’s sprawling Bayside studio. A third, full-length album by Portland band Seekonk will also be released and available at SPACE during the show. Each Wednesday in July, at 6:30 PM, a small musical act will fill the SPACE entrance gallery for one hour – admission free!
About the artist:
Patrick Corrigan is an artist and musician living in Portland, Maine. He received his BFA in Illustration from Massachusetts College of Art + Design. Corrigan has exhibited his paintings throughout Maine and New England and his illustrations have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, The Detroit Free Press, The Utne Reader, and The Miami Sun. He is a member of several Portland bands, including Peepshow, Seekonk, and Plains.