The proceeds of sales of Louis Cabot's photographs will go to the Island Institute Fellows Program.
Many residents of Matinicus fly to and from the island. Their tools, supplies, and groceries also come by air. And so does their pizza!
This is the first time we have hosted an exhibition of historic images from such a broad geographic range, from down the coast to Eastport and out to Matinicus.
Aaron Bell and his wife Carly DelSignore founded Tide Mill 15 years ago in Edmunds, on the shores of Cobscook Bay.
Many of Alison Hill's oil paintings depict Monhegan and its people through the seasons.
Photographer Katie Johnson spent a few nights at Andy's Old Port Pub, a favorite of Casco Bay islanders.
After asking everyone in town if she could photograph them, Miranda Batiste agreed to meet her subjects at the setting of their choice.
Once home to a valuable oyster fishery, Apalachicola, Florida is continuting to adapt and revitalize itself.
Tom Powell is the Cranberry Isles' first on-island minister since 1951. And he's doing his best to bring variety to both island communities.