TODD BONITA ART GALLERY
OGUNQUIT, MAINE (est. 2014)

102 Perkins Cove Rd.
Perkins Cove, Ogunquit, Maine
(603) 819-9100
tmbonita@gmail.com

Seasonal Gallery
May 1 - October 13 (Columbus Day weekend)
May - Jun:   Open daily 10 - 5PM
July - Aug:   Open 10 - 8PM
Sept - Oct:  Open 10 - 5PM

We are a fine art gallery located in Perkins Cove in Ogunquit, Maine, in the heart of one of Americas oldest art colonies. We are across from the iconic drawbridge in the space that was occupied by long time resident, George Carpenter.  The gallery is open daily throughout the season and exhibits original fine art oil paintings by Todd Bonita, David Lussier, Pam Lussier, George Van Hook, Donald Jurney,  Alastair Dacey, Chris Volpe, Stan Moeller, J.C. Airoldi, Mikel Wintermantel, Dennis Porrier and several other nationally recognized painters. Home of the Ogunquit Summer School of Art, we offer painting classes, and workshops. We also offer year round destination plein air workshops.

 A view across the cove at the studio once used by Charles Woodbury.

A view across the cove at the studio once used by Charles Woodbury.

 The Gallery on a perfect late spring morning.

The Gallery on a perfect late spring morning.

 An inside view. The four walls of the gallery consists of about 70 paintings at the start of the new season.

An inside view. The four walls of the gallery consists of about 70 paintings at the start of the new season.

 David Lussier painting in front of the gallery with a painting rig once owned by George Carpenter.

David Lussier painting in front of the gallery with a painting rig once owned by George Carpenter.

 An inside view of the Todd Bonita Gallery in Perkins Cove.

An inside view of the Todd Bonita Gallery in Perkins Cove.

 A view of the gallery from the iconic footbridge in Perkins Cove.

A view of the gallery from the iconic footbridge in Perkins Cove.

 The manually operated draw footbridge in Perkins Cove is one of the most photographed in Maine.

The manually operated draw footbridge in Perkins Cove is one of the most photographed in Maine.