queen, print maven,
lover of words and pictures …
as graphic designer for Preview! Magazine, a weekly arts
publication over 22 years ago, Maureen Farr held
various positions including head designer, assistant to the publisher,
and editor, until becoming production manager for three monthly
fisheries newspapers. She held that position for five years prior
to starting Mozelle Studio, her own design business, in January,
Over the past 12 years, she has worked with a broad range of clients
and projects, including the design of business cards, promotional
postcards for artists and galleries, newsletters, brochures, and
catalogs, as well as books for publishers and self-publishing authors
– a part of the business that she finds extremely rewarding.
In June 2000, she started Arts
Guide, her own publication, an annual guide to
the arts in Downeast Maine. Originally intended to focus specifically
on the Deer Isle, Stonington and the towns on the Blue Hill Peninsula,
its scope has broadened over the ensuing years to include Castine,
Ellsworth, Bar Harbor, and the Schoodic Loop: Hancock, Sullivan,
Gouldsboro and Winter Harbor.
In 2008, she took the big leap into web design, and has found that
to be extremely satisfying. She has designed websites for a number
of clients. Check them out on the web design
Also a visual artist, she works mostly in encaustic and mixed media,
incorporating found objects and other ephemera she picks up along
the road of life, as well as acrylic and plaster on panels.
In 2009, she expanded her jewelry-making to found object and sterling
silver pieces. She occasionally offers art classes in her Deer Isle
studio. You can visit her art website
to see more of her work.
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