Atrium Gallery Call for Art Selection • November 2017

Twenty-five Maine artists were selected to participate in Industrial Maine: Our Other Landscape March of 2018. The call for art was sent in Summer of 2017. The show was juried by curator Janice L. Moore and Robyn Holman, retired curator of the Atrium Art Gallery at University of Southern Maine's Lewiston-Auburn College.

The exhibition will include works by Mark Barnette, Stephanie Barry, Chris Beneman, Susan Bennett, Crystal Cawley, Dan Dowd, Bruce Habowski, Nina Jerome, Samantha Jones, Kate Katomski, Carol Liscovitz, Mike Maron, Allison McKeen, Caren-Marie Michel, Leslie Miller, Janice L. Moore, DiTa Ondek, Dennis Pinette, John Ripton, Roland Salazar Rose, Bronwyn Sale, Gail Skudera, Matthew Smolinsky, Anne Strout, James B. Taylor, Deb Vendetti, and Laura Waller.

These artists include a variety of industries as subjects in the exhibition: Bucksport Paper Mill, Rumford Paper Mill, Celotex (Lisbon Falls), Penobscot River Dam, Biddeford Textile Mill, Dana Warp Mill (Westbrook), T.W. Dick Co. Steel Fabricators (Gardiner), and Dragon Cement Co. (Thomaston).

For more information on the Industrial Maine Landscape project, see the project page

Winter Power Violet Evening, Nina Jerome

Dana Warp 5, Caren Marie Michel


View press release from previous exhibitions here.

  • The Maine Arts Journal: The UMVA Quarterly • Fall, 2017

    UMVA Members Jo Ann Bianchi, Janice L. Moore, Stephanie Berry and Shelah Horvitz on Regionalism "Regionalism for a painter has an established meaning: it’s painting what an artist lives with, in, and around. I’ve lived and painted in Maine most of my life. My work is specific to my experience here. I’m interested in what’s real and particular about us; namely in the landscapes of our Maine work that speak directly of who we are and how we got here." Read more at
  • MAINE TODAY • September 18, 2017

    As a painter, Janice Moore appreciates the old mill buildings around Maine because of the heroic nature of their edifice: They’re big and beautiful and imposing in an impressive, take-your-breath-away manner. As a Mainer, she’s interested in the mills because of the stories they tell about the state’s culture and history and the people who worked in them. Her latest exhibition, “Structures & Patterns: The Remnants of Our Work” at Museum L-A in Lewiston, brings together her aesthetic appreciation of the mills and her interest in the human stories they tell. On view through Oct. 28, “Structures & Patterns” includes oil paintings of Maine mills by Moore, photographs by Mark Marchesi and artifacts from the mills that are part of the Museum L-A collection. Collectively, the paintings, photos and artifacts help people understand the role of the mills in Maine history and how active they remain as renewed and repurposed structures, oftentimes with an industrial mission.
  • SUN JOURNAL, Lewiston, Maine • July 7, 2017

    "Artist Janice L. Moore and Kevin Callahan of Kimball Street Studios hang pieces of art at Museum L-A for the exhibit, Structures & Patterns: The Remnants of Our Work, in Lewiston on Friday. The show will feature oil paintings of Maine's industrial landscapes by Moore, large format photographs by Mark Marchesi and historical photographs of local mills. "I have been obsessed with industrial artwork as subject matter for many years because we stopped noticing them," said Moore, curator of the show. Paintings and photographs of Lewiston's textile mills, the paper mill in Rumford, the B&M Baked Bean plant in Portland and other industrial landscapes will be featured during the exhibit. "I am thrilled to be able to participate," Moore said. The opening reception is from 5 to 7 p.m. July 15. The exhibit runs through Oct. 28." 
  • MUSEUM L-A • July 2017

    The project -- Structures & Patterns: The Remnants of Our Work is an exhibition and creative economy focused community panel at Museum L-A in Lewiston, ME. The project will begin with the exhibition in July 2017 at Museum L-A and will include a panel in October 2017.
  • Union of Maine Visual Artists, Members Summer Show • July 2017

    The Portland Chapter of the Union of Maine Visual Artists is pleased to announce the UMVA Members’ Summer Show at the UMVA Gallery. The exhibit opens July 7th (5-8 p.m.) during Portland’s First Friday ArtWalk and runs through July 27th. The Gallery is located at CTN (Community Television Network), 516 Congress Street, Portland.
  • MAINE STATE HOUSE • January 2017

    'We Have Everything Now (Gerber Daisies and Bells of Ireland in a snowstorm', Oil on Canvas Office of Honorable Sara Gideon, Speaker of the House, Augusta, ME

    Farm near Reillanne, Oil on Canvas, 20" x 24", 2013 at the Partners Multiple Sclerosis Center, located at the BRIGHAM AND WOMEN'S HOSPITAL, HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, BOSTON, MA
  • FREEPORT LIBRARY • October 3 - November 2, 2016

    Solo exhibition on view 'Up the Road/On the Water: Extended Views of Freeport' 10 Library Dr, Freeport, ME
  • ENGINE • February 13 , 2016

    Hill Mill is part of the Rumpus Show, which runs from February 13 through March 18, 2016, at Engine Hours: Tuesday-Friday 1m-6pm & Saturday 11am-4pm 128 Main Street, Biddeford, Maine (207) 370-9130
  • SPACE GALLERY • December 2, 2015 

    Moore's painting, Bean Factory will be on view at Free For All 5 from December 2, 2015 to January 13, 2016 at Space Gallery 538 Congress Street, Portland, Maine for more information contact SPACE:
  • WEX Inc. Exhibition • September 17, 2015

    Janice L. Moore will be exhibiting three paintings in WEX's Inaugural Exhibition, as part of their Arts and Innovation program. Their healthcare & wellness focused exhibition opens October 1, 2015, at Wex's corporate headquarters in South Portland, ME. 
  • BOCA BEACON • March 28, 2014

    Read the article by Jack Short under past press releases.
  • FORECASTER • December 2, 2013

    Maine Medical Center, paintings for sale by Freeport artist Janice L. Moore, portion of proceeds to benefit The Arts at Maine Medical Center, 22 Bramhall St., Portland,