About the Artist
Alison Rector is a painter and printmaker living in South Portland and Monroe Maine. Rector is known for her representational oil paintings of interiors, luminous light-filled spaces evoking a sense of quiet and mystery.
In 2017, the Ogunquit Museum of American Art exhibited a solo show of 18 of Rector’s paintings of public libraries titled The Value of Thought. Her paintings were selected for the 2003 Portland Museum of Art Biennial, the 2018 Center for Maine Contemporary Art Biennial and the Center for Maine Contemporary Art’s 50th anniversary invitational in 2002. Her work has been included in 3 art books by Carl Little; Artist Conversations, Maine Arts Magazine, a Maine Arts Commission publication; The Gettysburg Review, featured artist in the Autumn 2008 issue. Rector earned an undergraduate degree from Brown University in Providence RI, including courses at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her art work is represented by Greenhut Galleries in Portland Maine and Courthouse Gallery Fine Art is Ellsworth Maine. For more information as well as news and events, visit www.alisonrector.com.
Preferred Audiences: All
Disciplines: Visual Arts, Visual Arts, Painting, Printmaking