Amy Pollien


Pennsylvania University of Fine and Performing Arts, Printmaking and Industrial Design


Represented by Littlefield Gallery, Winter Harbor Maine

Artemis Gallery, themed exhibitions, 2013 – present, Dowling Walsh Gallery, Rockland Maine starting in 2007, The Working Waterfront Penobscot Marine Museum 2009, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle Maine 2000 – 2008, Center for Maine Contemporary Art Biennial Juried Exhibition 2004, 2010, 2012

Various Exhibitions, 1985 – present: Rockefeller Land and Garden Preserve, Institute for Contemporary Art (Philadelphia) Fabric Workshop and Museum (Philadelphia), J. A. Bueche Fine Art, Cheltenham Art Centre, Philadelphia Sketch Club, Rutgers University


Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors, Downeast Magazine, Maine Home and Design, Philadelphia Magazine

“Winter in Maine” and “Art of Acadia, 100 Years: Little/Solzneck


Rockefeller Land and Garden Preserve, Camden National Bank,  L. L. Bean, National Park Service, US Embassy Service


Building on long-term goals  from multiple perspectives: administration, logistics, production, process development and software implementation.

Grants Manager, Maine Community Foundation   Ellsworth, Maine — 2000 – present
Oversight and production of the Foundation’s  grants programs with responsibility for  grant intake, scheduling, payments, reports, and statistics.

Prior to 2000: related positions with BXBS of NE, the Health Care Financing Administration, and Moore College of Art, among others

Additional fields: market gardener, beekeeper; small and orchard fruits production, soil conditioners and phages

2 thoughts on “Resume

  1. Amy–I am writing as a co-chair of the Temple Arts Festival in Nashville, TN on April 9th-10th, 2011. A few of us on the committee have been to Maine and viewed your art. We are very interested in having your art as part of our show. Our annual invitational is limited to approx. 50 artists and is known for featuring the works of outstanding artists including painters, photographers, glass artists, sculptors, and jewelers. To view the artists’ works in previous shows, you can view the website at
    We encourage artists to bring or send up to 10 pieces of work. Of course, if you bring the art, you can bring as many as you choose. The show is juried and is professionally installed, displayed in gallery style setting. Hospitality is provided the artists Sat. aft., Sat. eve., Sun. morn.
    Our artists keep 60% of the sale and 40% goes to Temple as a tax deductible purchase for the buyer. Any unsold art is packed, insured, and shipped back to exhibitors (not bringing their own) at Temple’s expense up to $400 total/artist within 2 weeks of conclusion of show. Please let me know if you are interested. If so, you can submit images of work similar to what you would send/bring for the committee to view.
    Suzanne Schulman

  2. Trying to contact you re: annual invitational art show in Nashville, Tn. Please respond with e-mail address. Suzanne Schulman

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.