Juliet Karelsen: Heptagonal Spring
In all its various forms and configurations, Juliet Karelsen's work cross-references painting, stitching, tapestry, rug making, embroidery, abstract art, fantasy, landscape, textile, miniature worlds, and even science. Stop by Intersection 2.0 at 93 Main Street to view Karelsen's work.
Heptagonal Spring offers a viewing portal into an infinity of early spring forest in Maine. In geometry, a heptagon prism is an object formed by seven square/rectangular sides with a top and bottom. It is one of the infinite possibilities of convex prisms that exist. Heptagonal Spring will be open April through July 1.
Throughout the day.