Learn about the creation of Looking for Winslow Homer in this free artist talk.
Starting in 1895 and continuing sporadically until his death in 1910, Winslow Homer painted a series of startling seascapes. Interpreting Homer finding solace on the Maine shore, artist Zach Horn will make four different installation-based works that will show the same rhythmic beauty, breadth, and sublimity of the sea as observed at Pemaquid Point. The project will include stop motion animation, painting and projections.
Generously supported by Margaret E. Burnham Charitable Trust and Bath Savings.