The Stable Gallery has a long history of exhibiting fine arts and crafts, representing Maine artists and artisans of superb quality and reputation. Originally clipper ship builder Eldridge Norris owned the stables. The classic box stalls and tack room are faced with black walnut and topped with wrought iron grillwork - a magnificent example of Victorian architecture.
All the board members are practicing artists and their work is central to the gallery. The goal of the gallery is to give the public a broad representation of the dynamic art community in the mid-coast area and to assist artists in expanding their public exposure. Each month during the summer season a different group of artists is featured in the main gallery and an opening reception is held so the public can meet the artists and the artists can interact with their public.