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Welcome to York Hospital’s Online Art Gallery!

The York Hospital Art Committee is pleased to present its 2021 exhibition schedule, featuring the following four artists:

  • Cynthia Knowles Watercolors (April 15 through June 14)
  • Kevin Molloy Photography (June 15 through August 14)
  • Stephen Harby Architectural Watercolors (August 15 through October 14)
  • Caroline Kelley Pastels (October 15 through December 30)

 

 

On View Now: Kevin Molloy Photography

The work of photographer Kevin Molloy is on view from June 15 to August 14, 2021. Click on the painting below to open the artist’s online art gallery. Kevin is a passionate landscape photographer, a juried member of the New Hampshire Art Association and an ambassador for the Shutterbugs for Charity. He has won several local photo contests and has had multiple winning images in AAA’s annual photo contest – with images published in AAA’s magazine “Northern New England Journey.” Most of Kevin’s images are New England landscape photos highlighting nature, many with a water element in them.

A portion of the proceeds from each art sale will be donated to the York Hospital COVID-19 Caring For All Fund. You may view a price list here. For more information about works of art on view in this online gallery, or to learn about the fund, please contact Community Relations at 207-351-2385 or [email protected]. The online gallery first opened in April, 2021 as a way to reach beyond the COVID-19 restrictions that prevented visitors from coming in to the York Hospital Dining Room where a rotating schedule of works by local artists has added color and joy to the atmosphere for years. Read the whole story here.

 

 

View Kevin’s online art gallery by clicking the image below.

 

 

 

Prior exhibitions may be viewed by clicking on the images below.

 

Cynthia Knowles Watercolors 

The work of watercolor artist Cynthia Knowles was on view from April 15 to June 15, 2021. Cynthia was a professional pen and ink artist and calligrapher for many years. She began working with watercolors in 2013, while wintering in Florida. There she studied with local artists Jim Beech, Patt Bacon and Nancy Colby as well as world-renowned artist Tony Couch. Cynthia specializes in landscapes and is known for her attention to detail and her ability to evoke the ‘feeling’ of a place. Cynthia is a fulltime resident of York, Maine, and a member of the Charlotte County Visual Arts and the York Art Associations. View Cynthia’s online art gallery by clicking the image below.