Wolyniec's show is accompanied by a gathering of gallery regulars Kate Beck, Tom Chapin, Ellen Golden, Martha Groome, Duncan Hewitt, Jeff Kellar, Joe Kievitt, Fred Lynch (contributing an exquisite sculptural piece), Tom Manning, James Marshall, Gary Mitchell (a stunning painting), Andrea Sulzer, Don Voisine, and Mark Wethli, each with one piece.

Britta Konau can be reached atcuratorbk@gmail.com.

WORKS BY HENRY WOLYNIEC | through November 19 | at ICON Contemporary Art, 19 Mason St, Brunswick | 207. 725.8157

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