Past Show

Camden Falls Gallery invites one and all to the grand opening of its newly expanded location at 5 Public Landing. The celebration is being held in conjunction with a Bay View Block Party, Thursday, July 1 from 5 to 7 p.m.  Artist Diane Scott, along with Camden Falls Gallery, has donated her 14″ x 11″ framed original oil painting “Sun and Shade” for a silent auction to benefit the C.R.L.C.o.C. Fireworks Fund.  There will be live music, refreshments and more on the public landing, Bay View Landing, Harbor Way (connecting the public landing to Bay View Landing), and Bay View Street.

Owners Howard and Margaret Gallagher said it was their very good fortune to have found this new gallery space less then a block from their original location, where their business evolved for its first eight years. The new gallery will offer nearly 30 percent more wall space, as well as a new, bolder front face and exposure to the public landing and harbor; an additional entrance off Bay View Street and through the re-located Maine Gathering will be an added benefit, especially during the winter months.

As it has been for the last 30 years of working retail in Camden, we will be open year round. We are most exited about the new art work we will feature in for our first show of the season.

In “A Celebration Of Independence,” which will run through the month of July, Camden Falls Gallery has collected a body of works from some of its original artists as well as the current roster of gallery artists, and several new artists will be showing, as well.