“Inner Field”, Exhibit of Cripple Cove Studios
September 24-October 18, 2015
The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck
6 Wonson Street, Gloucester, MA 01930
Gallery hours: Thursday-Sunday, 12:00-4:00 PM
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 26, 4:00-6:00 PM
Exhibit Event: Poetry & Conversation: Sunday October 4, 4:00-6:00 PM
Gloucester MA, August 6, 2015 — The Rocky Neck Art Colony is presenting an exciting exhibition entitled “Inner Field”. This group show by the seven artists of Cripple Cove Studios highlights each artist’s exploration of their own inner field. At the same time it reflects on the interconnections created by the space they share. The artists include: Anna Vojtech, Sinikka Nogelo, Linda Lagano Sojda, Sandy Simon, Terry Del Percio- Piemonte, Mary Davies Cole, Deborah Flynn Aldrich, joined by sculptor Roland Cornelis.
The public is invited to an opening reception for the artists on Saturday, September 26, 4:00-6:00 PM. Light refreshments will be served in the recently air-conditioned space. Music by Barb Levine on the hammered dulcimer.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
As artists, we each retreat into our own inner field in order to create meaningful art. As members of Cripple Cove Studios, we share the inner field of this dedicated space. Crossing the threshold, each artist leaves the outside world behind to cultivate, imagine and discover their own artistic journey.
On Sunday October 4, from 4:00-6:00 PM, join the Cripple Cove artists for a poetry reading by former Cripple Cove member and poet, Dorothy Shubow Nelson and a conversation on “Inner Field: Yours, Mine and Ours”.
The Rocky Neck Art Colony, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization nurtures excellence in the arts through exhibitions, workshops, residencies and vibrant cultural events for its members and the public. Long renowned for its luminous light, this harbor and coastal location has been a magnet for some of the most revered realist paintings in American art and a catalyst for the progressive ideas of artists from Stuart Davis, Marsden Hartley, Milton Avery, and Nell Blaine, among many others. Today Rocky Neck continues to attract artists and art lovers to a thriving creative community. For up to date information visit rockyneckartcolony.org