George Marshall Store Gallery

Southern Maine Coast

This gallery occupies a lovely bend of the York River and is passionately curated, showing off a small but impressive collection of regional contemporary art. If you see something that particularly catches your fancy, buy it to take home the perfect York, ME, souvenir.

Note that outside of summer, the official hours are 'by chance or appointment.'

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