• ABOUT US


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    gallery experience

    When you come into one of our galleries, you’ll find artwork from some of America’s finest artists—emerging and established, on both the primary and secondary markets. But you’ll also find an easy-going, friendly environment where you can learn and explore.
     
    Whether you’re looking for a single piece to pull a room together or a complete collection for future generations, we just want to connect you with art that you love. You’ll find a wide range of artistic styles from abstractions to traditional landscapes and seascapes. We represent dozens of artists working in different styles and at various stages of their careers.
     


    MISSION

    We enjoy helping people understand and connect to art, particularly art made in or inspired by Maine. We also enjoy connecting people to Maine’s natural beauty, rich history of inspiring artists and storied history in American art. Maine has inspired some of America’s finest artists, including Marsden Hartley, Edward Hopper, Rockwell Kent, Georgia O’Keefe, Andrew Wyeth and many others. In the 1950s and 1960s, Maine was an easy retreat during the summer months for the abstract expressionists of the New York School.
     
    Today, Maine is home to artists who sell their work both nationally and internationally. Our mission is to highlight these artists, the positions they hold in the American art scene at large and the role Maine plays in their work. We’re open to all forms of art and are always looking for highly talented contemporary artists.
     

     

    Decades-long RELATIONSHIPS WITH ARTISTS

    We take pride in having close, personal and mutually beneficial relationships with our represented artists. Many of our relationships go back to our inception as a gallery in 2004. Those strong and trusting relationships form the foundation of Moss Galleries. 
     
    Over the years, we’ve put on hundreds of exhibitions. Meanwhile, works from Moss Galleries have exhibited in international art fairs at New York’s 28th Street Armory, Boston’s AD20/21 events at the Cyclorama and in the Art in Embassies program. They feature in collections at L.L. Bean, Acadia Insurance and MaineGeneral Hospital as well as numerous private collections in the United States, France and Finland.