Meet Our June Artist: Mariah Brinton

Mariah Brinton’s photography asks us to wonder, to feel, to look closer, dive deeper, breathe in. In her artist interview, we chat about the expansiveness of Maine summers, the exciting unknowns of art shares, the wise words of Rumi, and more.

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Songs for Your Summer

A sampling of songs to fill the air around you as you dig deep, as you flower in the sun, as you share your talents in the spirit of growth, openness, and community. Listen. Listen and create.


Art for the Now

In this new interview series, we speak with Maine artists, makers, and organizers who are creating work centered around social justice. This month, we meet Future Mothers, a socially-engaged art project creating open spaces and platforms for community building, public action, and social change.


Glimmer Post

A monthly subscription of mail art that supports social justice with funds donated directly to the ACLU.


The Subscription Share

Shares of engaging, locally-made art with manageable, automatic monthly payments and the option to cancel anytime.


CSArt Maine

CSArt Maine is the state’s first community art share program dedicated to supporting and connecting local Maine artists. An art subscription service, we bring locally produced work right to your door.

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Meet an artist

Mark Yaggie

Mark Yaggie is a successful photographer currently in Portland, by way of Southern California. Yaggie’s work is primarily in digital photography that captures the beauty and relationships in the natural world. His work has been featured in various publications in Maine. Mark recently completed the photography for the book, Get Back, Stay Back: 2nd Generation Back-to-Landers in Maine by Joseph F. Conway where Mark’s photography plays a part in the narrative of the new generation of farmers and homesteaders in Maine.

Mark Yaggie

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