Borrowed Views Press

Borrowed Views Press was established in September of 2003 in Portland Maine.  Painting Maine The Borrowed Views of Connie Hayes (ISBN 0-9747107-0-9) is its first book and it is now completely SOLD OUT. Copies occasionally come up for sale on A second printing is not planned at this point. You may leave your name and contact information if you wish to be notified of a reprint or if you want to be informed about other publications or exhibitions of the paintings of Connie Hayes. 

The book was designed by Sam Silvio of Chicago, has an introduction by art writer Carl Little, and a foreword by Chris Crosman, former Director of the Farnsworth Art Museum, and was printed in Italy.  Painting Maine The Borrowed Views of Connie Hayes, is a 120 page hardcover book containing 158 color reproductions.  More information may be obtained about the artist from

Prints of some of the paintings reproduced in the book (as well as of other images) are on sale, in the gallery and showroom of Thos. Moser Cabinetmakers in Freeport, the Farnsworth Art Museum Shop in Rockland, 207-596-5789, North Light Gallery, or direct from Borrowed Views Press.  To view "Prints For Sale" please visit:

You may be interested in an article available through the Island Institute of Rockland, Maine, 1-800-339-9209 or visit their website at: In the Island Institute's "Island Journal" is an eight-page, full-color article written by Carl Little in the 2006, volume twenty-two issue called "Borrowing and Giving Back, Connie Hayes meets her muse on Maine Islands".

If you would like to be notified of republication, please fill out and submit the Contact Form.  You may also contact Borrowed Views Press through the information below.  

If you are a publisher and/or a distributor and wish to discuss republication of this book please, contact Borrowed Views Press.

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Borrowed Views Press
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Rockland, Maine 04841-2608

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