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The online marketplace for Maine art
Janice Anthony
Joel Babb
Philip Barter
Abraham Bogdanove
Katherine Bradford
Alan Bray
Leo Brooks
Alfred Chadbourn
Tom Crotty
Lois Dodd
Lynne Drexler
Charles DuBack
Stephen Etnier
James Fitzgerald
Ronald Frontin
John Gable
Kathleen Galligan
Edwin Gamble
Connie Hayes
Charles Hewitt
Eric Hopkins
Robert Indiana
Dahlov Ipcar
Anne Ireland
Sarah Knock
Frances Kornbluth
George Kunkel
Bernard Langlais
Margaret Lawrence
David Little
George Lloyd
Michael Loew
Frederick Lynch
Alan Magee
William Manning
Stephen Pace
Tom Paiement
Greg Parker
Phoebe Porteous
Alec Richardson
Marguerite Robichaux
Johnnie Winona Ross
Phil Schirmer
Morris Shulman
Laurence Sisson
Carl Sprinchorn
Mike Stiler
Reuben Tam
William Thon
Neil Welliver
John Whalley
Denny Winters
Michael Zigmond
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Company History


We have been collecting Maine art for over 20 years.  As our collection outgrew our available wall space, we realized that we needed to sell some of our works in order to make room for our latest acquisitions.  Although we started by selling pieces to our friends who had admired the works on our walls, we have now decided not only to sell our works via the web but also to help other collectors sell their works as well.


Kevin Tierney


Kevin established the website in 2007.  A former senior executive with UNUM Corporation in Portland, Maine, he brings his many years of business experience as well as his enthusiasm for art to this endeavor.



The Future


The website is continually evolving.  While our initial goal was completely focused on selling art, we are also starting to explore serving as an educational resource to collectors who are interested in Maine art.  We hope to accomplish this objective by adding works of art that are in private collections but are not for sale.  In this way, collectors will be able to view works that are not generally available to the public and will also be able to learn about artists with whom they are not familiar.  This evolution was inspired by one of our collectors, and we hope that many of you will submit images of works from your collections for the enjoyment and education of us all.