Jesse W. Lane

Jesse’s lives and works in his home studio in Brownfield, Maine. His artworks are reactions to the feelings about his romantic relationships, domestic life, family, communication and, more recently, the pandemic, and his own autism. In describing his lexicon of figures Jesse explains “often, I use the figure or other shapes (e.g., houses) in an […]

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Carter Shappy

You have seen his work around the float center in the past. He has designed many of our textiles and displayed his Ghost Series prints, a body of work highlighting the growing abundance of littered and abandoned consumer and industry plastic waste in the ocean. This year he not only has a few sculptural wall

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Farrin Hanson

True story. James Harder, one of our owners, was on a flight back to Maine when he noticed this artist busily creating one of her dinosaur drawings on a small piece a paper. Being a lover of the arts James could not help inquiring about her artwork. Before they parted Farrin gave James one of

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Liz Long

Float Harder would like to introduce artist Liz Long. She has kindly loaned us a few of her work to display for the months of May and June. Come gaze at these brilliant and fanciful art works while enjoying our lounge.  Liz is a freelance illustrator, fiber artist, and art educator at Portland Arts and

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Kasey Beaudoin

Float Harder is about to get a slap of intense color starting this March! Psychedelic artist Kasey Beaudoin is a Mainer that creates works on canvas that are blacklight reactive with 3D and chromadepth glasses. She has been known to make the occasional festival poster and works worthy of consciousness-expanding environments. Kasey started floating with

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