Rangeley Angling Art Show reception is July 10

RANGELEY – The Rangeley Friends of the Arts will host a reception for the Rangeley Angling Art Show, featuring the work of five outstanding artists, at the Lakeside Contemporary Art Gallery, in the newly renovated lobby of the RFA Lakeside Theater,.
The reception will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, July 10. There will be a cash bar, and it is open to the public. The exhibit continues through July 26.
Marcia Baker’s energetic and vibrant watercolor paintings represent her connection with the woods and coast of Maine.
Solomon Fast was born in 1996 and has been carving fish since 2009, making him both a young and distinctly talented wildlife artist.
Through sculpting and relief carving, John Hooper brings to life animals, birds and fish, often in their habitats, doing something that comes naturally.
Alex Poland finds being able to draw out the most interesting attributes of each fish and to let that fish tell a story extremely rewarding. D
David Tibbetts studied fine arts and graphic design at Vesper George School of Art in Boston during the late 1950s and his work is represented in The American Museum of Fly Fishing, the Outdoor Heritage Museum and many collections throughout the country.
Concerning COVID-19 restrictions, there is a hand sanitizing station and free masks for anyone that does not have one, and those who come may enjoy the art while feeling comfortable to be able to maintain social distancing.
Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For the RFA’s complete schedule of events and programs, visit rangeleyarts.org].