A random grouping of recently spotted birds. The Song Sparrow and Cooper’s Hawk were seen in the lot at Good Harbor beach. Beautiful creatures surround here on Cape Ann, even in parking lots 🙂
An Interview with Ana Lis Salotti, Spanish translator of The Narrow Edge, the award-winning book by Deborah Cramer, under the Spanish title Volando a orillas del mar: El viaje épico de un ave playera que une continentes.
“…Deborah has a unique writing style that I tried to capture. It often feels like rolling waves landing on the beach: she develops concepts gradually, builds them up and gives them strength from within, with depth. She rolls out her writing slowly but powerfully, carrying the same depth from the beginning, leaving readers stirred but also with a feeling of hope and peace. It’s similar to the feeling a scientist must have observing birds on the immense beaches of Patagonia, or what ordinary people feel when we think about the delicate balance between shorebirds’ epic migrations and all the habitats they depend on…” excerpt from Ana Salotti the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network interview
Read the complete interview here and see pictures of Deborah and Ana lis: https://whsrn.org/interview-with-ana-salotti/ …
The Art of Winslow Wilson & Pico Miran: Two Artists – One Life
June 8 – July 8, 2019
Rockport Art Association and Museum
12 Main Street, Rockport, MA
There are about forty Winslow Wilson (1892-1974) paintings in the exhibit and a new catalogue. I look foward to considering his work in person.
Back in February 2017, I wrote about Wilson/Miran in response to a GMG query from the artist’s granddaughter, Claudia Wilson-Howard, and her painstaking research and writing about his mysterious life and forgotten art, and filled in more context. Her excellent work is the genesis for the museum show and rediscovery of the artist. Wilson was a member and teacher at the Rockport Art Association. For local readers, Claudia’s online catalogue about his work www.winslowwilson.com helpfully provides some Gloucester addresses associated with Wilson.
I added these: 21 Est 15th Street, 154 East 39th Street, Carnegie Hall, 3 Washington Square North in Greenwich Village, Woodstock, N.Y., and Lime Rock, CT.
Contact: Chuck Hayback firstname.lastname@example.org
seARTS Art on the Rocks Opening Reception
The Society for the Encouragement of the Arts (seARTS) proudly announces its twelfth anniversary of partnership with the Bass Rocks Golf Club for the Annual seARTS Art on the Rocks Program. This year’s show presents 40 works by 28 artists from Cape Ann and beyond, at its opening reception on June 12. The opening provides a chance for seARTS members along with the general public to enjoy superb art in an elegant club setting overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
The program is a year-round exhibition, showing and selling the work. The fresh and bold work of the 2019 show balances a body of returning artists with new.
Among the newly enrolled artists (from Cape Ann unless otherwise indicated) are Andrew Anderson-Bell (Ipswich), Kathleen Chrzanowski (North Billerica), Melissa Cox, Kristine Fisher, Marion Hall, Patricia McCarthy, Jim Murphy (Ashfield), Karen Nastuk (Danvers), Mary Rose O’Connell (Billerica) and Debbie Shirley (Boxford).
Returning to the show from previous years are Joan Bediz, Ted Bidwell, Matt Cegelis, Michele Champion (Ipswich), Katherine Coakley, Jeff Crawford, Rob Diebboll, Anita Freeman (Durham NH), Larry Grob (Weston), Olga Hayes, Kirk Larsen (Hicksville, NY), Nancy LeGendre, Michael Oleksiw (Beverly), David Piemonte, Mary Rhinelander, Judy Robinson-Cox, Deb Schradieck and Marny Williams, all from Cape Ann unless otherwise indicated.
We are also planning to feature an on-line catalog of the juried art works available for sale, for those unable to attend the reception. Details will be announced soon.
Responsible for the show’s thoughtful and lively selection of art is this year’s jury, consisting of Richard Caturano, a partner in the Boston Office of RSM US LLP (RSM) and an avid art collector, Janice Charles, owner and manager of Charles Fine Arts, Gloucester, and Ted Charles, President of the Board of Directors of the Copley Society, which represents over 300 artists.
We will also be honored to welcome Nathan Lewis, Director of Exhibitions and Public Programs at Montserrat College of Art, as a new voice in a panel discussion, “The Changing Art Audience,” moderated by Maureen Aylward, Communications Consultant and Sustainability Educator and Adjunct Professor at Endicott College. The panel will include Jan Charles and Jacqueline Ganim-DeFalco, seARTS Advisor and Chair & Co-Founder of Celebrate Wearable Art. Plans are in the works to have the discussion documented by 1623 TV as a live performance.
The jury will award honors that will be announced at the event. Awards are sponsored by Cape Ann frame shops.
Details of the Evening:
Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Time: 6:00-9:00 PM
Location: Bass Rocks Golf Club, 34 Beach Road, Gloucester, MA, (978)-283-1866 Please RSVP by leaving a message at (978) -281-1222 or emailing email@example.com
Event is Free & Open to the Public
Hearty Appetizers & Cash Bar
seARTS Cape Ann, a registered 501(c)3 is a coalition of artists, art lovers, cultural institutions, businesses, and municipal organizations, all working together to improve the economic base for the arts and the larger Cape Ann community. In 2013 seARTS launched a new website where there is a robust section about the Art Loan Program and the works that have been on display. Find out more about this signature program and more at www.searts.org.
NOTICE: Ward 1 Community Meeting
East Gloucester Elementary School Building Project Update
Date: Monday, June 17, 2019
Time: 6 pm – 8 pm
Location: Gloucester City Hall, Kyrouz Auditorium
Ward 1 City Councilor Scott Memhard is pleased to host a Ward 1 Community Meeting and Update on the East Gloucester Elementary School Building Project
Agenda will include:
Presentation and Q&A with Members of the Gloucester School Committee,
the EGS School Building Committee, and our EGS designer/project manager Dore & Whittier Architects.
In addition, time allowing, any other community concerns or matters of Ward 1 interest may also be raised & discussed.
The EGS Building Committee will be meeting the week before at Blackburn Center School offices on Thursday, June 13th at 5 pm. Members of the public are welcome to attend. Current background on the project is available at the
EGS Building Committee‘s website: https://eastgloucesterbuildingproject.weebly.com
If you wish to submit questions in advance, or have suggestions for the Agenda, please contact me:
Scott Memhard, Ward 1 City Councilor
9 Graystone Road, Gloucester
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. 978-879-9394
Visit the Paint Factory site this Saturday for Ocean Alliance’s Open House! We are celebrating World Oceans Day by demonstrating some of our drones for whale research program. Stop in to learn about our Robotics Club and kids under 16 will get a free glider plane!
June 8, 2019
32 Horton Street, Gloucester MA
Well if this isn’t a great way to start a day!
Not posting today out of respect for Jim Dowd and his contributions to Good Morning Gloucester as well as out of respect for his love of Gloucester. Read and enjoy his posts as shared by Joey and others. I think you’ll be glad you did.
✨We have been on a journey with three beautiful souls this past spring!
So thrilled to share with you a collaboration of four inspiring companies coming together to create “Authentic Self Retreats” of the invisible soul
Ayurveda Wellness Healing, LLC, Marleen Wood, Tia Crystal and Earth Medicine School of Healing Arts
Mark your calendar for the first one to the sacred land of Sedona, AZ, January 22 – 26, 2020!
Details coming soon 💗
“Blockage is disease, Flow is health”😊