Graphic Art Calendar Celebrates Maine's Bicentennial 2020

July 27, 2019 1 Comment

Graphic Art Calendar Celebrates Maine's Bicentennial 2020

New England Emmy award winning journalist Rob Nesbitt did a great piece on my art

https://www.newscentermaine.com/video/news/local/207/graphic-artists-calendar-chosen-as-official-calendar-for-maines-bicentennial/97-9b361bfe-7ea5-4a21-8278-6d28d05540ab

Known for his nostalgic and dramatic interpretation of Maine lighthouses, Maine artist Alan Claude is releasing his latest rendition, this time featuring Lake Cobbosseecontee’s Ladies Delight Lighthouse which is also included in the graphic artist’s official 2020 Maine Bicentennial Poster Calendar, commemorating 200 years of statehood, its history, people and beauty. FARMINGDALE, Maine — A graphic artist from Farmingdale is looking forward to celebrating Maine's 200th birthday. Alan Claude moved to Maine 16 years ago, bringing his graphic designs with him. He takes his own photographs, turns them into graphic art on his computer, and then prints them. Claude chooses his 12 favorites each year to go in a calendar.





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Ginger Hwalek
Ginger Hwalek

August 13, 2019

How do I go about ordering Claude’s Maine Bicentennial Calendar? My 2 children both live out of state and this would make a great Christmas present (and of course I’d get one for me.)

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