There is no shortage of great work in the 2010 Biennial — other pieces not to miss are Todd Watts’s “Some Float, Some Don’t,” a large-scale digital pigment print in an overwhelming teal frame; Robert Rainey’s interpretation of Millais’s “Ophelia;” and James Marshall’s impenetrable graphite on paper, “Drawing Number Eleven.” Smartly hung by former CMCA curator Bruce Brown, who has played a pivotal role in assuring the center’s livelihood, the 2010 Biennial is not only a celebration of Maine artists, but of its communities and venues.
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2010 CMCA BIENNIAL | through July 17 | at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, 162 Russell Ave, Rockport | 207.236.2875
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