Anselmi’s work combines the use of collage and paint to explore the relationship between imagery and abstraction. He uses paper and other materials “to elicit ‘brushstrokes’ on the canvas.” In 2013, his work was included in the I-95 Triennial at the University of Maine Museum of Art in Bangor, and the Betts Gallery in Belfast.
The first teacher-artist in the Monhegan Artists’ Residency Program, Campbell is a K-6 Art Specialist in the Auburn School Department. Her work was featured in a solo exhibition at The Barn Gallery in Phippsburg, Me., in 2013 and in numerous group exhibitions over the past five years, including Saco Bay Artists in Biddeford and Northlight Gallery in Millinocket. For more information on her Monhegan experience, see her blog: http://melindacampbell.net/blog.
A recent graduate of the Maine College of Art, Fitzpatrick is printmaker who works in a variety of media. She has participated in various public art projects over the past 5 years and shown her work at the Landing Gallery in Rockland.