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  • Land Gallery Winter Schedule

    October 8 — 25 Daily
    Design Week Portland Poster Show upstairs in the gallery.

    Saturday, November 14 @ 1pm
    Nikki McClure Artist Talk and Gallery Opening upstairs in the gallery.

    November 14 - December 2 Daily
    Nikki McClure Originals upstairs in the gallery.

    December 11 Daily
    Off The Wall, our annual buy-and-take art show, upstairs.

    December 13 - 14 All Day
    Crafty Wonderland at the convention center.

    Saturday, December 13 Afternoon
    Nikki McClure Book Signing at Crafty Wonderland at convention center.

  • Thanks to everyone who came out for our Adam JK book signing/talking/experimenting event. It was a fun time. 

  • Design Week Portland is happening NOW!

    Join us Wednesday night as we act as the hub of the N/NE Open House design crawl. We’ve got a keg of Widmer Brother’s IPA and over 40 posters made just for this year’s Design Week Portland that fill in the blank DESIGN _________. 

    The show is open from 7 - 9pm.

    This poster is by Mel Larsen. 

  • This is the last weekend to witness Jen Corace’s wonderful show in person. 

  • Join us at Land Gallery this Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 6pm for a wine reception with visiting artist Jen Corace.

    Jen Corace is a freelance illustrator from Rhode Island, who has worked on numerous children’s books. Her work captures the atmosphere of a single moment, delicately and with style.

    She creates a wonderful tension between what is happening without revealing, necessarily, what will happen next. We’re excited to host Jen for this exclusive west coast engagement featuring all new work. 

    The show is open daily, free and open to the public September 11 — October 5, 2014.

  • Jen Corace will be joining us on Thursday, September 11, 2014 for an opening night reception for her new solo show Without

    Jen is from southern new jersey, graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in illustration in 1996, and lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island.

    She is a freelance illustrator, who’s worked on numerous children’s books. Her work captures the atmosphere of a single moment, delicately and with style. She creates a wonderful tension between what’s happening without revealing, necessarily, what will happen next. 

  • We’ve got a fresh coat of paint! 

    Our friend Ira Coyne came down this weekend and spruced up the front of the building with his fabulous work.