Pomegranate Inn is more than just a historic Portland Maine B&B – it’s a living piece of art! Our unique boutique hotel near the Western Promenade Theater in Portland and less than a mile from the Portland Museum of Art showcases the paintings, ceramics, furniture, sculpture and textiles of contemporary artists from Maine and around the globe. Let your eyes wander and be delighted at the colors, forms and textures that make Pomegranate Inn so special.
Spot Our Featured Artists
When you stay with us, you’ll spot beautiful and unique artwork in the guest rooms and common spaces of our Portland, Maine boutique hotel. Also please keep in mind that the exhibit is revolving throughout the year, and art mentioned here may not perfectly match up with what is being displayed at the inn when you visit. Click the images below to enlarge them and admire it all until you can plan your own inspiring getaway and soak it all up in person!
- Honour Mack – Mack’s pieces focus on compositional themes and color relationships. He teaches at the Maine College of Art.
- Leonard Baskin – Born in 1922, Leonard Baskin was an accomplished sculptor, book illustrator, printmaker, graphic artist, writer and teacher. His works are displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago, the British Museum, the Honolulu Academy of Arts and the Vatican Museums.
- Eric Hopkins – Eric is a native Maine painter best known for his watercolor aerial landscapes. At the Rhode Island School of Design, Hopkins studied glass blowing with Dale Chihuly and sculpture with Italo Scangathe.
- Avy Clarie – Avy divides her time between studios in Maine and New York City. In 1978, she graduated with honors from Carnegie-Mellon University. Her exhibit history extends throughout Maine, as well as to Philadelphia, Chicago, New York and Boston.
- Frederick Lynch – Frederick is one of the few purely abstract painters living and working in Maine today. His work is critically acclaimed internationally, and he formerly taught at the University of Southern Maine in Gorham.