70  Main Street, Thomaston,
ME, 04861, United States

10 July - 4 September 2022
Opening reception: Sunday, July 10, 12-5pm

Frank Walter features alongside Thaddeus Mosley in an exhibition of sculpture and painting at KARMA that celebrates the two artist's visions of sanctuary. Walter, an Antiguan artist, is known for his paintings and wood works that capture the beauty of Antigua's land, sea and sky. The artist spent the later part of his life living and working at his remote studio on Bailey's Hill, overlooking the staggering surrounding countryside and ocean which informed much of his work, as well as his idea of sanctuary. Likewise, Mosley, an artist from New Castle, Pennsylvania, is known for his large-scale abstract sculptures that were often made from salvaged wood found from Pennsylvania sawmills and abandoned building material. 

This exhibition promises to explore the emanatioms of sacred space shared and valued by these two artists. 

For more information, please visit the website below.
July 9, 2022