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The Bristol Road Galleries is a collaboration of four award-winning artists in the picturesque midcoast town of Damariscotta, Maine.  Sculptor Marnie Sinclair, watercolorists Jan Kilburn and Kathleen Horst, and oil painter Will Kefauver host frequent exhibitions as well as the work of visiting artists. The Bristol Road Galleries, like Maine itself, is “Open For Business”!

Gallery Sites subheadThe Kathleen Horst Studio Gallery

Kefauver Studio & Gallery

The Kilburn Gallery

The Sinclair Gallery

The Kathleen Horst Studio Gallery
179 Bristol Road

The gallery presents paintings of coastal landscapes, hillsides covered in spring flowers, and portraits of homes, from historic Victorian mansions to rustic seaside cottages. Kathleen takes commissions for custom portraits of homes, cottages, and boats. Her art is both luminous and dramatic.

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Jan Kilburn Gallery
168 Bristol Road

Visitors will find watercolors and oil paintings of her favorite subjects, including Monhegan Island, the quaint villages and glorious flower gardens of Midcoast Maine, and the seacoast of New Hampshire. Jan’s work is bright, expressive, and alive.

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Kefauver Studio & Gallery
144 Bristol Road

The gallery displays Will's landscapes in oil, evidence of his love for the rugged landscapes of Midcoast, as well as the peaceful farms and fields of New England. His work is both dramatic and serene.

The gallery also hosts themed monthly juried shows such as The Boat Show and Rock 'n' Wave. These shows have drawn artists and photographers from Maine, and across the country.

Also at the Studio — classes in painting in oils for teens and adults, at all levels.

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The Sinclair Gallery
172 Bristol Road

The gallery showcases Marnie Sinclair’s kinetic sculptures in copper, and her pastels, paintings, and mixed media artwork. Marnie’s love of nature, and her concern for the environment inform many of her pieces, which are graceful, emotional, and always powerful.

Marnie Sinclair Gallery