Art of Dining: Kennebunkport Historical Society at Nott House featuring Chef German Lucarelli of Ports of Italy

The Art of Dining series: Intimate dinners that take place on Tuesday and Wednesday of the festival. Multi-course meals are designed and prepared by top chefs in private homes and locations around Kennebunkport. This is a rare opportunity to enjoy an intimate dinner in the historic Nott House. German Lucarelli, of Ports of Italy, is the featured chef at this dinner on Tuesday evening, June 5. This dinner showcases work by local artist Paul Bonneau, who is represented by Art Collector Maine. These dinners support Full Plates Full Potential, the festival beneficiary. *Driving directions will be emailed the week of the event.



Paul V. Bonneau

The American Art Awards voted Paul’s painting as the first place winner in the Impressionist Landscape category, in 2011. He has also has been featured with a spread in the “Canvas” section of Maine Home and Design magazine (November, 2012). Earlier the magazine included him as one of the Maine artists to watch.

Often referred to as a “colorist”, Paul’s work has been included in invitational shows in the New Bedford Art Museum, the Danforth Museum, the Ogunquit Art Association, the Thos Moser Gallery, the Irvine Gallery, the Judi Rotenberg Gallery (Boston), the Maine College of Art and the Cape Elizabeth Land Trust juried invitational auctions, PBS Television, the Children’s Museum, the Animal Welfare Society, as well as in the collection of the Maine Turnpike Authority.

Paul completed independent study at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Heartwood School of Art and the University of Massachusetts. He is a member of the American Impressionist Society and represented locally by the Mast Cove Galleries, in Kennebunkport.