Welcome to Gallery 302

We are a visual arts co-operative gallery featuring over 40 artists.  Our mission is to provide a venue for artists and art students, of all ages, to exhibit original works of art, in order to enhance art appreciation and presence in the western Maine Lakes region and surrounding communities. We also offer art-related educational and scholarship opportunities. Go to ABOUT US for more information.

                             Below are some of Gallery 302 current events and exhibits. 

Thanks for participating in Bridgton's 2nd Saturday ART WALK

on Saturday, May 14th, 2022. If you were unable to attend this one, 

please join in again on Saturday, June 11th! 

Stay tuned for future dates and art activities updates.

"Monarch" by Artist Sandra Tardo Long

Please join us for
Art in the Park 2022
     Saturday, July 16th     
9 AM to 4 PM
Historic Shorey Park

Rain Date is July 17th

Vendors/Artists: We are fully booked at this time; please click on application for addition to waiting list

"Textile Translations of Maine" by Guest Artist Catherine Worthington Exhibit on display May 4th through June 10th. 
Thanks to all whom attended the Gallery's Art Reception
Friday, May 6th from 5 pm to 7 pm.  Click here for Photos.
We're delighted to announce our updated LEARN ART page with this Spring and Summer Art Class Offerings!  You can now Book Classes Online for any of the course offerings outlined.   

                        for any of the wonderful class offerings this Spring and Summer.  Artist Sandra Lee Kimball has set up a variety of painting classes and techniques. Deb Ripley is offering a stained glass class.  
For further details, see class descriptions. 

Artist Kate Erwin and the Bridgton Mural Project.  

Artist Kate Erwin's proposal to the Bridgton Arts and Culture Subcommittee was selected to be painted in a community based painting endeavor with local High School Art Students.  See the Bridgton News Article dated May 19th for further details and location.  

Stay tuned here for progress of Mural 

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