10) 9 a.m. Native hangout
If a espresso store gauges neighborhood, Rockport is flourishing at Seafolk Coffee. Behind a sign-less blue door, the freshly renovated area with a pine-tree slab counter and tall home windows is a word-of-mouth favourite and comfy hangout above the harbor. The house owners, Jacob and Madrona Wienges, serve espresso and cortado from micro lot beans, in addition to housemade pastries and Danish-inspired open-faced toasts on dense rye bread ($9-$12). A photographgraph by the doorway units the tone with an ocean scene and Isak Dinesen quote: “The treatment for something is salt water. Sweat, tears, or the ocean.” For extra pictures, come again Monday to Saturday for the acclaimed Maine Media Gallery and Tim Whelan’s photographic e book store up the road.
11) 12 p.m. Maine-inspired artwork
Beginning within the 1950s, Alex Katz, Lois Dodd, Neil Welliver and their gang of avant-garde artist buddies, notable for his or her return to realist nature and determine work towards the tide of Summary Expressionism, migrated from New York Metropolis to Lincolnville’s Slab Metropolis Street each summer season to make artwork and calm down en plein-air. .The Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland celebrates these artists this yr with the Slab Metropolis Rendezvous exhibition and Maine in America award. Everlasting collections embody the curious assemblages of the sculptor Louise Nevelson, and a church in again homes the work of N.C., Andrew and Jamie Wyeth ($15 grownup admission). Look into excursions of the Olson Home, the enduring Colonial on the hill in Andrew Wyeth’s “Christina’s World.”
12) 2 p.m. Up to date cool
Designed by the architect Toshiko Mori, who summers on the close by island of North Haven, the brand new Center for Maine Contemporary Art is value a go to for the gorgeous glass and corrugated steel constructing alone. The…