Month: August 2018
Guess who is coming to the North Shore Arts Association September, 22nd 2 – 4 Yes…It’s BRIAN RUTENBERG Brian Rutenburg is… Widely considered to be one of the finest American painters of his generation, Brian Rutenberg has spent forty years honing a distinctive method of compressing the rich color and form of his native coastal South Carolina into complex landscape paintings that imbue material reality with a deep sense of place. He is a Fulbright Scholar, a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow, a Basil Alkazzi USA Award recipient, an Irish Museum of Modern Art visiting artist program participant, and has had over two hundred exhibition throughout North America. Rutenberg’s paintings are included in such museum collections as Yale University Art Gallery, The Butler Institute of American Art, Bronx Museum of Art, Peabody Essex Museum of Art, Greenville County Museum of Art, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, South Carolina State Museum, and many others. His popular YouTube videos “Brian Rutenberg Studio Visits” are viewed daily by people all over the world. Radius Books published a full color monograph in 2008. Brian’s new book, Clear Seeing Place, was released in October 2016 and is an Amazon #1 bestseller. Brian lives and works in New York City with his wife Kathryn and their two children. Limited seating call 978-283-1857 and reserve your seat. email@example.com Lecture and Book Signing $10 Suggested Donation
Jude Abbe Pre-Demo Studio Showroom Pop Up Show Aug. 27- Sept. 1 Demonstration September 1 (2pm) Jude Abbe – Oil Impressionist – Plein Air Painter. Jude studied with Roger Curtis for several years, more recently working with many others, including Charles Movalli, Mary Minifie, David Curtis, Christopher Zhang, Jonatan McPhillips and T.M. Nicholas, to name a few. Using the impressionist palette, she paints, landscapes, portraits and occasionally still life. Her work has been exhibited in shows and galleries throughout New England and New York. Demonstration September 1 (2pm) Space is limited so we do suggest that you sign up early . . . 11 Pirates Lane • Gloucester MA 01930 • 978.283.1857 • www.nsarts.org
Paul Ciaramitaro Pre-Demo Studio Showroom Pop Up Show September 3 – 7 Demonstration September 7 (2pm) How to make something out of nothing! Paul Ciaramitaro, a lifelong resident of Cape Ann, began his love of art as a child. Over the years, he has been influenced by the Renaissance artists as well as Aldro Hibbard, Emile Gruppe, and especially Charles Movalli. In the 1970’s, Paul became a student of Movalli’s and was deeply inspired by him. He told Paul “If you learn something from every painting you do, you will become an artist”. In between his grueling hours as a commercial fisherman and dockworker, Paul sketched and painted in his spare time and worked hard to glean all that he could from his mentors. His commitment and talent led him to become a well-established and accomplished Cape Ann artist. His paintings have won many awards and his work can be found in both private and corporate collections, as well as in prestigious galleries and museums such as the Cape Ann Museum. Over the past several decades, Paul has taught numerous classes and workshops which have been widely attended, and he has served as a juror for many exhibition. He is a juried artist member of both the North Shore Arts Association and The Rockport Art Association & Museum. When asked about being an artist Paul says, “I’m serious about it. I’m passionate about it and I love it!” Demonstration September 7 (2pm) Space is limited so we do suggest that you sign up early… 11 Pirates Lane • Gloucester MA 01930 • 978.283.1857 • www.nsarts.org
Art Classes for Kids, Teens and Adults
Cape Ann Art Haven has art classes for kids, teens and adult this fall. Our line-up of programs includes ceramics, life-drawing, illustration, fashion and more!
We are proud to provide the community with a positive and fun learning studio space and quality art education for creative kids to learn, grow, and express themselves. Check us out this fall!
Registering now online.
Don’t Miss Our Special Events!
We offer more than art classes. Follow us online and social media for notices about our FREE and affordably-priced family community events.
September Slime Workshop
Fall Block Party
October Pumpkin Carving
December Buoy Painting and Holiday Lobster Trap Tree
You’re invited to the Great Gloucester Growdown!
Join us for a fun and funky evening with friends to support our Community Gardening and Farm to School programs. Enjoy delicious farm fresh appetizers, dinner and cocktails, plus garden tales with Phoebe Potts and a live auction, followed by a karaoke after-party!
Generous local farmers, business sponsors and our amazing frieinds at Short & Main help us keep event costs very low so that 85% of proceeds go right back into our local programs, helping kids, families and older adults grow their own healthy, organic food.
What: Great Gloucester Growdown
When: September 25, 2018, 6:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Where: Short & Main, 36 Main Street, Gloucester
Tickets go fast, so purchase yours today at this link!
If you can’t make it, you can still make a gift to Backyard Growers here.
Hope to see you at the Growdown!
Sawyer Free Library Events 8/27-9/1
Please join us in celebrating the 108 years since the “Michigan Bears” arrived in Gloucester! And see what is happening on Gloucester’s oldest fishing vessel!
LOOKING FOR LOCAL ARTISTS!!!!!
Congratulations to all of our Artist Members Exhibition IV award recipients!
Congratulations to all of our Artist Members Exhibition IV award recipients! Dan DeLouise, Bruce Brathwaite, Richard Giedd, Jude Abbe, Robert Steedman, Robin Beckwith, Paul George, JC Airoldi, Dale Ratcliff, Elizabeth Roades, Steve Kennedy, Jeff Weaver, TM Nicholas and Marny Rawls . Exhibition IV is on view through October 20th. Please join us for the reception and awards presentation on Sunday, 26th (1 -3pm). Open free to the public!