Emily Sabino, an abstract representational painter in Newcastle and Director of Pricing and Project Management for Goodwin Procter, LLP, is the newest member of the board of directors of the Union of Maine Visual Artists (UMVA).

As an artist, Emily aims to capture a slice of earth magic and expanded perspective that is available to all when listening to the natural world. In a recent exhibit at Waterfall Arts in Belfast, she investigated inner images and messaging that remind us we are never truly alone in our lives. Her work has been exhibited in galleries across the state of Maine.

Emily graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree from Colby College in Waterville. That education, her twenty years of experience in the legal field, and current position advising partners on how to make compelling pitches and proposals have already served her well as an active leader of several UMVA initiatives which include exhibits at the Waldo and Lincoln Theaters, Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Waterfall Arts, and Zoots Café in Camden, as well as co-writing a PechaKucha presentation in Rockland and appearing in a TV public service announcement for UMVA.

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Former UMVA President William Hessian and new board member Emily Sabino.


Image at top: Emily Sabino New UMVA Board Member.