Archipelago and Island Institute host evening conversation with artist Henry Isaacs at Union Hall in Rockport on July 25

Free public event features a conversation with Isaacs and art historian Daniel Kany on new book and the artist’s process, inspiration, and influences

Posted 2019-07-12

ROCKLAND— Join Archipelago and the Island Institute at Union Hall in Rockport on Thursday, July 25th, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., for a special evening highlighting the art and stories of painter Henry Isaacs.

In an intimate conversation with art historian and critic Daniel Kany, Henry Isaacs will discuss his process, techniques, inspiration, and greatest influences, as well as Kany’s new book, Travel Notes: Paintings by Henry Isaacs. An extensive traveler, Isaacs will also share stories about the sometimes-quirky genesis of his paintings and share small versions of them, his “travel notes,” while he speaks.

A book signing will be held immediately following the talk. Copies of the book will available for purchase at the event.

This event is free and open to the public; however space is limited, so registration is required to ensure a seat. To learn more or register today, visit, or contact the Island Institute at (207) 594-9209, ext. 113 with any questions.