Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Midcoast Artist Unveils Work in Maine’s State Capitol

Floats Under Bristol Kaleidoscope

We are happy to announce that an exhibition of artwork by Maine landscape artist Brian Krebs will be on display until the end of August in Maine’s Capitol Complex as part of the agency’s Arts in the Capitol program.

Those who visit and work in the Capitol will be able to experience the way in which Krebs employs various layers of geometric abstraction to achieve a sense of realism that has developed over the years into a colorful and striking vision of the Maine landscape.

Krebs, who lives in Warren, earned a bachelor's degree from Drew University in Madison, New Jersey, where he studied philosophy and mathematics. His work has been exhibited throughout the midcoast and is included in many collections locally and abroad.

The exhibit will remain on display until the end of August 2013. All Arts in the Capitol events and free and open to the public; however, exhibitions are self-guided and may only be viewed within prescribed times: Maine Arts Commission Office 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday and at the Maine State House 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information on this and all programs available through the Maine Arts Commission, visit

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1 comment:

Veronica said...

I really like this art and would like to exhibit this work in my gallery
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