Fiore Art Trail
The Fiore Art Trail is an interactive way for people to connect with the work of Joseph A. Fiore and visit artistic, educational and environmental organizations throughout Maine that have been recipients of Fiore’s art.
Joseph A. Fiore (1925-2008) and his wife Mary were avid supporters of Maine Farmland Trust. While Fiore is perhaps best known for his abstract compositions, his key inspiration was always the natural world – and this is where his heart lay.
Fiore’s family created the The Falcon Foundation after he passed, to manage the artist’s impressive collection of paintings. The Foundation turned to MFT to have a large collection of Fiore’s “Rock Paintings,” also known as the “Geological Works,” distributed among Maine organizations that appreciate Maine’s geology, focus on the natural environment, or mirror Fiore’s other interests in art, music, and education.
The following is a list of fifty organizations which have been grateful recipients of Fiore’s work, through the collaboration of MFT and the Falcon Foundation. Click on an organization to see a link to the organization’s website. Additional information is provided if the organization’s Fiore artwork is on view for the public. Zoom in on the map to see where work is viewable near you, take the day tour suggested below, or make a trip of your own!
For more information on Joseph Fiore, please visit the Gallery and Fiore Art page.
Want to view some of Joseph Fiore’s artwork but don’t know where to start? We put together a day trip tour for you!