Ogunquit celebrates 60 years, with highlights from permanent collection and Warhol exhibit featuring rare images
Also on view is "Sixty Works–60 Years," in celebration of the museum's 60th anniversary season. The exhibition,which continues through Oct. 31, features 60 of the most important works in the museum's permanent collection. Among these are "The Cliff" by Charles Woodbury, "First Bridge, Perkins Cove" by Hamilton Easter Field, "Sleeping Girl" by Walt Kuhn, "Still Life with Eel" by Marsden Hartley, "Alaskan Sunrise" by Rockwell Kent," "North Wind in March" by Charles Burchfield, and "The Bowery Drunks" by Reginald Marsh.
The Ogunquit Museum of American Art has a spectacular oceanfront setting near Perkins Cove. It is surrounded by sculpture gardens featuring works by William Zorach, Cabot Lyford, Bernard Langlais, and Robert Laurent, among others. It's open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily through Oct. 31. Admission is $10 adults, $9 seniors and students.