Dedicated to the education, creation and enjoyment of art!
Serving our community since 2007.
140 Canal St. Lewiston.
Plenty of parking. Handicap accessible.
To sign up for an art party please go to the Art Parties page.
Sign up for sewing camp on the art parties page!
Located at 120 Lisbon St. next to Mother India, Wicked Wings is sponsored by local business owner Carl Sheline and created by Wicked Illustrations artists Melanie Therrien and Cory Tancrede, along with Courtney Schlacter of Quiet City Books. Wicked Wings are a variety of wings perfect for photo ops while you are in our beautiful downtown!
Buy local. Shop small.
For the convenience of local artists and students at Wicked we offer a variety of competitively priced art supplies from acrylic and water based oil paint to colored pencils and gel pens.
Every 6-8 weeks at Wicked we have a different display of art work from either a featured artist or a group exhibit. We also have resident art work that is always on display.
Above is an oil painting by Melanie Therrien entitled, "Our Nest."
By appointment or by chance.
Classes are in session during the school year other than snow days and holidays during the following times:
Monday - 3-6
Tuesday - 3-6
Tuesday 3-5, 3:30-5:30, 4-6
Wednesday 3-5, 3:30-5:30
We offer a variety of services such as art classes, art parties, workshops, camps and commissions.
Above piece is a before and after instruction example.
Dedicated to the education, creation and enjoyment of art Wicked Illustrations Studio and Gallery has continued to thrive through the efforts of artists and individuals who are passionate about the arts. We believe in the importance of art in our community; art heals, empowers and inspires. Wicked Illustrations addresses the need for a space in which this belief can flourish. Through our services, products, and programs, we can reach the community and share our passion.
On display now in the Gritty's Art and Ale Window, the work of Victoria Fitzpatrick.
Born and raised in the L/A area, Victoria Fitzpatrick is currently pursuing a degree in Art Education with a Born minor in Art Therapy at the University of New England. Through painting, Victoria likes to focus her work on the connection between art and emotion. She takes pride in being a mom and a USAF veteran.
“After my time in the military, I lost my sense of self. Art allowed me to piece myself back together and the G.I. Bill made it possible for me to follow my dreams. When people ask me what I am studying, they often look uncomfortable and unsure of what to say. I tend to quickly respond by saying, “don’t worry, I’m already used to a high-stress and low paying job”; because what matters most to me is not just having full pockets, but having a full heart. By pursuing Art Education and Art Therapy I want to continue living a life of service. I want to use the education I’ve earned to give back and share the power of art (with students, other veterans, and anyone else open to the experience). I am proud to have served my country and I can’t wait to continue doing so through art.”