MEIC Freeport Library Classics Show

Leticia Plate
Judith Hunt

For Immediate Release
October 10, 2009

Leticia Plate-show coordinator
Maine Illustrators Collective
292 Stevens Ave.
Portland, Maine

For Community Calendar, Book Notes, or Galleries & Exhibits as Appropriate.
The Classics Reimagined
The Maine Illustrators' Collective
Revisits Your Favorite Stories!

November 2nd to 27th
Reception Saturday, November 7th, 12-3pm
Freeport Memorial Library
10 Library Drive
Freeport, ME 04032-1422
(207) 865-3307

The Maine Illustrators’ Collective takes on the Classics; from Jane Eyre to Alice in Wonderland!

Many of the participating MEIC illustrators are well-known professional illustrators with careers spanning several decades of professional work in print; including children's books, newspapers and magazines. These beautiful interpretations of ageless classic books, in colorful styles that range from painterly to contemporary will be on display and for sale in original and print form at the Freeport Community Library throughout November.

The Maine Illustrators' Collective (MEIC) is a non-profit collective of professional illustrators and designers meeting in Portland to brain storm, critique new work, give support, share ideas, and offer advice on promoting each other's work. We also organize events, talks and shows. You can find more information about the MEIC on:

Participating MEIC artists:
Anna Boll
Marty Braun
Jessica Clark
Nicki Fazio
Casey Girard
Lex Golubow
Jamie Hogan
Judith Hunt
Sheli Petersen
Leticia Plate
Joel Zain Rivers
Pat Sharp
Cristina Siravo
Andy Smith
Robin Swennes
Pat Wooldridge
Wade Zahares

The Freeport Community Library welcomes everyone - occasional visitor and devoted member alike - to our lovely, modern facilities. The library is very pleased to provide a broad range of services to the individuals who make up our diverse clientele. From wireless internet access to storytime for toddlers, monthly artist exhibits to inter-library loans, Freeport history and genealogy research to a documentary film festival.

Travelling north or south on I 295 take Exit 22. If you are coming from the north bear right onto Mallet Drive, from the south turn left at the stop sign onto Mallet Drive. Continue to the Route 1/Main Street stop light and turn left. Library Drive is the second street on your left.


BlueBirdie said...

Hi Leticia! How can I "follow" your blog? (there isn't a follow button on the side-) Looking forward to the classics show- Love the pieces you and Judith created they are beautiful.


letile said...

Hey! You just made me add a wigdet- Now you can follow me...

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