With a sweeping perspective, yet also intimate attunement to the artist’s inner workings, Bradford’s paintings present an intriguing story of Maine and its influence on art. I am still hoping for the large museum retrospective and publication this artist deserves.

“KATHERINE BRADFORD: AUGUST” | through September 1 | at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 245 Maine St, Brunswick | 207.725.3275 | bowdoin.edu/art-museum

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