Meet Featured Artist Marc Bedard at Clay Hill Farm’s #VerandArt Reception on June 13th
To honor Ogunquit’s long-standing history as an artists’ colony and showcase the local artists in the community today, Clay Hill Farm- together with TaleSpinStudio in Ogunquit, launched the #VerandART Project in the spring of 2018. The artist outreach program features a new local artist in the Veranda Room at Clay Hill Farm every 6-8 weeks- their collection hung for the public to view and enjoy. The next featured artist is local photographer, Marc Bedard- with a meet and greet Reception scheduled for Thursday, June 13th 5-7pm at Clay Hill Farm. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be provided and the public is welcome. His “Pure Light” collection will be hung from June 13- July 16th in the Veranda Room at Clay Hill Farm.
With the words of Ming-Dao Deng guiding his path, “Don’t be afraid to explore: Without exploration there are no discoveries”, local artist Marc Bedard steps back in time to create unique photos with analogue cameras and alternative film processing. An award-winning member of the International Lamographic Society, Bedard best describes his work in a painting parallel, “Like a painter uses brushes and pallet, I create art using cameras, film and alternative processing.” Bedard will be the first photographer showcased as part of the #VerandArt Project- A Local Artist Outreach Program. The #VerandArt Project is an artistic collaboration between Clay Hill Farm and TaleSpinStudio in Ogunquit, bringing the love of art and food into experiential harmony.
Local artist, Amy Kelly, of TaleSpinStudio in Ogunquit is the curator and co-founder of the project. Clay Hill Farm is an experiential dining and event venue on 11 private acres in Cape Neddick, Maine- just 2 miles from the downtown Ogunquit. A certified environmental sanctuary committed to local outreach; Clay Hill Farm is proud to celebrate the natural beauty of Maine by supporting the arts in our community. (207) 361-2272.