Please Join us for our 2014 Events

To register by phone, please call 207-363-1756 or register online below.

The Remick Gallery


Contemporary New England Fiber Art

Opening reception Saturday, September 20, 5-7 pm
Remick Gallery, 3 Lindsay Road York, Maine

Gallery Hours: Thursday-Saturday 10-4, Sunday 1-4

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Unraveled Events

Merill Comeau - Fiber Art Now
Sunday, October 5, 3 p.m., $8 per person
Parsons Education Center, 3 Lindsay Road, York, Maine
Fiber artist Merrill Comeau will present a talk on contemporary fiber art and its place in the post-modern art movement. Contemporary fiber art moves beyond aesthetic concerns to value the physical, sensual properties of matter and explores the cultural meanings of tangible things. Fiber artists use a myriad of materials and employ traditional construction techniques in new ways. Her talk will be illustrated with slides and share autobiographical impetus for her own artistic journey.

Katharine Cobey - Culling the Greats
Saturday, October 25, 10-4 p.m., $50 per person
Parsons Education Center, 3 Lindsay Road, York, Maine
This knitting workshop is presented by Maine’s Master Craft Artist Katharine Cobey. She is a frequent teacher at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and has taught and exhibited her knitted sculpture nationally. In this day-long work shop she will share her knowledge, secrets and resources covering a wide range of techniques suitable to both novice and advanced knitters. Become a more creative, expressive and fearless knitter. Max. 20 Participants, bring a lunch or order one upon arrival.

Lynne Zacek Bassett - ‘Herstory’ in Civil War Quilts
Wednesday, November 5, 6 p.m., $15/$12 members (includes soup)
Parsons Education Center and Jefferds Tavern

Lynne Zacek Bassett is an independent scholar specializing in New England’s historic costumes and textiles. Her lecture focuses on the quilts that women created to declare their patriotism and support their fighting menfolk, from the first call to defend their country to the post-war ceremonies that helped veterans to make sense of their experience. Part of our “History . . . with a Side of Soup” series, following Lynne’s talk we will adjourn to Jefferds Tavern for soup and bread from the hearth. This event is sponsored by the Stage Neck Inn.

Mary Harding - My Fiber Road Trips
Sunday, November 2, 3 p.m., Remick Gallery, 3 Lindsay Road, York, Maine
Tour the exhibition with Curator Mary Harding as she shares how she went about gathering the works in the exhibition. “It is always a privilege to visit the artists in their studios and I look forward to sharing these experiences with our visitors.” Advance registration not required.

History with a Side of Soup

Bud Warren of the Tide Mill Institute

Wednesday, Oct 22, 6 p.m., Parsons Education Center and Jefferds Tavern – $15/$12 members (includes soup)

Bud Warren, regional maritime historian and president of the Tide Mill Institute, has documented tide mill sites from Kittery to Eastport, Maine. Mr. Warren will explain how tide mills worked, will highlight those that were in the southern Maine and New Hampshire region and will describe contemporary efforts to re-harness the ocean's power for the needs of the twenty-first century society.

Soup will be minestrone donated by Stage Neck Inn

Bread will be donated by Standard Baking Co.