The art of Julie Kaczynski and the photography of Dan Marquis is on display for the month of December in The Woman’s Hospital Association Rotating Art Gallery at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston.
Kaczynski graduated from Maine College of Art in 1993 majoring in photography and specializing in portraits. A few years ago, she started using oil paint to explore the interaction between color, light, movement and texture, and the moods those invoke. “The ever-changing atmosphere in Maine is my inspiration.”
Marquis is a well-known local photographer. His photos have been published in photography magazines and also hang on the walls of several New England hospitals and other public buildings. “My interest in photography was sparked by my love of nature and the outdoors. I have been an avid bird watcher and kayaker for some twenty years. Both of these pursuits afford me many photo opportunities. I am completely self-taught. Although I am basically a nature photographer at heart, in the last few years I have focused my camera lens on shooting cityscapes; particularly in Lewiston and Auburn.”
The works on display may be purchased through the WHA Gift Shop located adjacent to the main lobby at Central Maine Medical Center. A percentage of sale proceeds benefits patients of CMMC.