Gloucester art and breakfast | Zeke’s Place



On the walls at Zeke’s place, summer 2017:


Nancy Alimansky from Newton and Phyllis Paster from Wellesley are showing drawings in the main room. Both watercolor artists have painted Cape Ann scenes, many from Gloucester and Rockport.


Nancy Alimansky #1


Phyllis Paster #2

David Kielier resides and works in Gloucester.



The first business to respond to the Mayor’s arts hotline was Zeke’s Place.


One thought on “Gloucester art and breakfast | Zeke’s Place

  1. Wow great place indeed love the windows and scenery too this hill looks familiar to me and the building next door in photo it appears the storm windows are lifted up some. What a great location too be the views are something! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    P.S. We used to hang these on our rented house in the later fall and seal them in plastic heat was fleeing back in those days lot’s of heat lost around window sills and doors…hey 50’s and 60’s 🙂 Dave


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