PMA in the News

Bangor Daily News
July 28, 2015

SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Winslow Homer was a private man who crafted a workspace to reflect that. From the road, only a solitary window can be seen. But from the beach, his studio in Prout’s Neck read the article

Portland Press Herald
July 24, 2015

Standing alone in a field of billowing grass, a man dressed in tattered clothing makes his way to the undulate shore. Andrew Wyeth’s painting “Turkey Pond” invokes a strong sense of loneliness and read the article

Portland Press Herald
July 19, 2015

It’s that time of year again. Welcome to the annual Contemporaries Midsummer Bash. Borrowing on last summer’s urban block party theme, Wednesday evening’s soiree, held outside in the Portland read the article

The Wall Street Journal
July 15, 2015

Think of Maine: lobster, blueberries, jagged coastlines, verdant forests, meandering waterways, beaches, boating, lighthouses. The sun rising over the foaming ocean and setting behind craggy read the article

The Boston Globe
July 14, 2015

The biggest and most visited of all the institutions on the Maine Art Museum Trail is the Portland Museum of Art. If you’re coming from the south, Portland is the gateway to the rest of coastal read the article

Portland Press Herald
July 8, 2015

Mark Bessire, director of the Portland Museum of Art, called the barrier’s removal a “great step, and a symbol of how considerate planning and oversight” can improve the area. The museum owns a read the article

Art New England
July 1, 2015

Spread across Portland Museum of Art’s first-floor galleries are more than 100 works of art—all carefully selected by directors of the eight institutions along the Maine Art Museum Trail ( read the article

MaineBiz
June 29, 2015

Art is what brought me to Maine — specifically, Andrew Wyeth's paintings. I first discovered Wyeth's work in the large coffee table book with text by Richard Meryman that came out in 1968 and read the article

Artfuse.org
June 16, 2015

Rose Marasco is a composer of images, and every photograph in the retrospective now up at the Portland Museum of Art bears her distinctive mark. Whether in her deliberate choice of subject, a read the article

Portland Press Herald
June 3, 2015

The story of Maine spills out on the painted canvases and photographic prints that hang in the galleries of the Portland Museum of Art this summer. There are golden Monhegan sunsets, lonely paeans read the article