NORTH SHORE ARTS ASSOCIATION OPENS ITS 93rd SEASON WITH THREE EXCITING EXHIBITS

Three Exhibits Open Season

May 7 running through Saturday, May 30, 2015,

Sunday, May 17th, 2 – 4 pm: Receptions for all three exhibitions

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A1) BOB BLUE RETROSPECTIVE, The Works of Bob Blue, “Gloucester & Beyond”, in the Gordon Grant Room. Bob Blue (deceased 2008), an honoree of the NSAA’s Tribute Exhibition in 2003, has been a major contributor to the growth and spirit of the NSAA as a Vice President, an award winning marine and landscape painter, a beloved teacher, and lifelong artist member.

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2) FIRST NON-JURIED MEMBERS EXHIBITION OF THE 2015 SEASON. Well known and notable NSAA artist members will exhibit over 100 exciting works including watercolors, works on paper, oil on canvas and sculpture.

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3) MARY CALLAHAN & ANN MURPHY SHOW in the HALLWAY GALLERY. Mary Callahan’s free, impressionist watercolors have earned over 150 awards, and her paintings are in permanent and private collections throughout the US and Europe. Callahan is a director of the New England Watercolor Society, a Copley Master in the Copley Society of Art, and member of many fine arts organizations with solo exhibitions at the Harvard Club, the Guild of Boston Artists, Provincetown and Attleboro Museums, and is represented in the DeCordova Museum’s corporate program.

Ann Murphy, a New Englander, paints in pastel, oil and watercolor with subjects ranging from representational land and seascapes, to semi-abstracts of shorebirds and sea life. Her work is known for its distinctively sensitive and ethereal quality.

 

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