Opening December 1, 2017 5-7 pm In their recent bodies of photo-based works, Justin Levesque and Sage Lewis look to the edges of nature for inspiration and meaning. Levesque investigates the Arctic Circle as both ancient and fleeting, as it adjusts to climate change and human interventions. Lewis explores her personal histories via the rock and mineral formations of the desert. Rather than presenting these environments as solitary and barren, however, the artists imbue them with poetic abundance.  Please join us at Akari for the First Friday opening on December 1st from 5-7 pm. Drinks and light refreshments will be served. Akari Salon 195 Middle Street Portland, ME 04101 PROCESS / Art at Akari showcases and sells the work of local contemporary artists in a non-traditional setting. The series is organized by Anne Marie Purkey Levine of AMPL Art Consulting and is hosted by Akari Salon.

Opening December 1, 2017
5-7 pm

In their recent bodies of photo-based works, Justin Levesque and Sage Lewis look to the edges of nature for inspiration and meaning. Levesque investigates the Arctic Circle as both ancient and fleeting, as it adjusts to climate change and human interventions. Lewis explores her personal histories via the rock and mineral formations of the desert. Rather than presenting these environments as solitary and barren, however, the artists imbue them with poetic abundance. 

Please join us at Akari for the First Friday opening on December 1st from 5-7 pm. Drinks and light refreshments will be served.

Akari Salon
195 Middle Street
Portland, ME 04101

PROCESS / Art at Akari showcases and sells the work of local contemporary artists in a non-traditional setting. The series is organized by Anne Marie Purkey Levine of AMPL Art Consulting and is hosted by Akari Salon.