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GOULDSBORO — A Gouldsboro artist is donating her studio, a two-story shingled building originally built as an ice cream shop, to Schoodic Arts for All (SAFA).
Owner Doris Combs said she would like the arts and cultural organization to continue to use the building in the village of Prospect Harbor for Schoodic Arts Festival workshops and for other purposes, such as storage.
“I like the idea of Schoodic Arts for All having a little presence in Prospect Harbor,” said Combs, a founding member of SAFA who has owned the building since 1994.
Mary Laury, executive director of SAFA, said the organization has been hoping for permanent studio space to store spinning wheels and looms, pottery wheels and kilns, and other equipment.
“Now we have a place where they can be used by the public on an ongoing basis,” Laury said. “As part of our long-range plan, we also had hoped to begin an artist-in-residence program, which this studio space will make possible.”