The Crooker Gallery

ENSO PRACTICE by Natasha Kempers-Cullen is on exhibit in our Crooker Gallery now through November 27, 2020. We do hope you’ll stop in for a visit and view these unique cut fabric mixed media works..

This collection can also be viewed in our new virtual gallery space (Art.Spaces by Kunstmatrix). Click the image below to be taken to the digital exhibit.

Thank you for visiting!


Maine Bicentennial Exhibit

You can now enjoy our historical exhibit celebrating Maine’s bicentennial online.

Click the image below to view the presentation. Scroll to the last slide to leave us a comment and enter our bicentennial giveaway.


Archived Virtual Exhibits:

College Guild Virtual Exhibit, “Shine a Light” (June 14 – July 6, 2020)

2020 Student Art Exhibit (May 2020)

2020 Joy of the Lens (April 2020)

To view our current gallery exhibit click on the image above.

Our business is about building, what better investment than a library. Ted Crooker

The Crooker Gallery has been provided through the generosity of Harry C. Crooker & Sons general contractors. Foremost in sponsoring local projects, Harry C. Crooker and Sons has shown a consistent commitment to our community for many years.

Thanks to the Crooker family, hidden in plain sight inside the Topsham Public Library, is Topsham’s first public art gallery. This gallery, created to provide a place where art is accessible to everyone, is host to a diverse display of artistic expression throughout the year. We have seen wood carving, ceramics, photography, and painting. There has even been a display of exotic hats and Japanese kimonos. It is also the home to our annual judged art and photography exhibits: The Joy of Art and The Joy of the Lens.

Meet Our Gallery Coordinator.
As a mom to three budding artists and a life-long lover of the arts, Monique Marchilli-Barker is thrilled to take on the role of our Gallery Coordinator. She fully embraces our belief that art should be accessible to all and is committed to offering exhibits that reflect the talent and narrative of our community and Maine at large.