Rachael Eastman
Spring News
I am honored to be included in "Intricate Worlds" at Engine in May! Please view the link, and mark your calendars to join me for this exciting gathering of artists and works!
Engine's "Rumpus Revival" is reviewed!


I am happy to share my large oil work "Presence Stonington 1" as part of "Harlow for the Hall" gathered in support of historic Johnson Hall! Please see the link below for details about the coming events and join us at Johnson Hall in helping to restore a very special part of Maine history.



I am very honored to have been included in Volume 28 of Studio Visit Magazine, which was juried by Carl Belz, Director Emeritus of the Rose Art Museum at Brandies University.
My work is featured on page 48 in this link to the volume, which is on stands now:

I am very happy to share 3 of my recent small ink drawings as part of “Black, White & Tones of Grey” at River Arts in Damariscotta ! This group exhibit was juried by Tina Ingraham and it hangs until February 19th. For more information on this exhibit, please see the link below:

I am also pleased to have been included in the latest edition of Union of Maine Visual Artist's Quarterly Journal! My work "Sea Swell 7", and my interview are featured on page 60-61.
Please see the link below to read the new journal:

Four of the small ink drawings recently added to my website were created in response to Maine's majestic Mt. Katahdin. After being on display here in Maine a part of "Inspired by Katahdin" at Harlow Gallery in Hallowell, ME., the show has been moved to Damariscotta for an extended run and two of my works are to be included!
The exhibition will be on view at Legacy Properties Sotheby’s International Realty, located at 170 Main Street in Damariscotta from December 12, 2014 to April 30, 2015, with an opening reception/Christmas party on Friday, December 12, 4-6pm.
The show will be open to the public regular business hours: 9am – 5pm Monday through Friday.
"Inspired by Katahdin" was juried by Maine authors David and Carl Little with Harlow Gallery. (See the link below for more information on exhibition hours and directions).


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