Engine’s upcoming opening on June 30 Current Events features work by Harpswell artist Cynthia Davis. Included in the exhibiton will be Body Electric, Winthrop artist Sally Wagley’s embroidery on fabric. Both artists use embroidery in non-traditional ways, with Davis stitching fabric onto paper with underlying drawings and Wagley using embroidery to create drawings of the human form. The opening runs from 5:00–8:00pm at Engine, 128 Main Street in Biddeford, and coincides with the Biddeford+Saco ArtWalk. The exhibition will run through July 22.
Engine is focusing its curatorial interest primarily on exhibitions centered on innovation, design, design to market and creative endeavors in all genres that harken to Biddeford’s’ heritage in the industrial and textile design and makers fields.
ENGINE, located in the heart of Biddeford, Maine, is a non-profit arts organization. Engine’s mission is to make arts-driven programming, cultural development, and sustainable creative entrepreneurialism an explicit community value and civic priority in Biddeford. ENGINE is the home to the Maine Fablab makerspace in addition to running at contemporary gallery space at 265 Main street. http://www.feedtheengine.org