Three new exhibits are now on display at the museum in downtown Bangor.
The first is by photographer Todd Webb.
It’s called ":Joy Without Measure":, and features 80 gelatin silver prints.
They highlight life in Paris and in New York City in the 1940’s and 50’s.
The oil paintings of Maine artist Sean Beaver are also on exhibit.
His works are intended to deceive the eye, and tease your perception of reality.
":Sean Beaver’s paintings are still-lifes, but they’re also landscapes. So they’re an intriguing mix of two different types of genres of paintings, and they’re really special.": Says Museum employee Kathryn Jovanell.
The final display is a staff selection of works from the museum’s permanent collection.
The University of Maine Museum of Art is at 40 harlow street in downtown bangor.
It’s open Monday through Saturday, from 9 to 5.
This year, admission to the museum is free, thanks to a donation from Machias Savings Bank in memory of Ted Leonard.