Cazeault Solar & Home Nominated For Best of the North Shore Award Contact Tim at 774-228-3411

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seARTS Art on the Rocks Announces New On-Line Catalog

Autumn Brilliance
Autumn Brilliance by Andrew Anderson-Bell – First Place Jury Award Winner – Pastels, 25.75 x31.5″

The Society for the Encouragement of the Arts (seARTS) is pleased to announce an exciting new feature in one of our signature programs, Art on the Rocks: an on-line catalog of juried art works available for sale.

For those who couldn’t attend our Opening Reception back in June, this is a terrific opportunity. Now you can get a close-up look at fresh and bold works by new and returning artists. Just visit this link for a downloadable PDF:

You’ll see masterful landscapes, seascapes, nocturnes and still lifes in a variety of media, including watercolor, oils, pastels, digital drawing and photography, by Andrew Anderson-Bell, Joan Bediz, Ted Bidwell, Matt Cegelis, Michele Champion, Kathleen Chrzanowski, Katherine Coakley, Melissa Cox, Jeff Crawford, Rob Diebboll, Kristine Fisher, Anita Freeman, Larry Grob, Marion Hall, Olga Hayes, Clare Higgins, Kirk Larsen, Nancy LeGendre, Patricia McCarthy, Jim Murphy, Karen Nastuk, Mary Rose O’Connell, Michael Oleksiw, David Piemonte, Mary Rhinelander, Judy Robinson-Cox, Deb Schradieck, Debbie Shirley, Debbie Shirley, and Marny Williams,


All works are for sale at Bass Rocks Golf Club, 34 Beach Road, Gloucester, MA through June 12, 2020. To see any work in person and discuss a purchase, just call Club Manager Peter Hood, for an appointment: 978-283-1866, ext. 7.


Flying in to the distinct squarish hole, then flying out to perch at the top of the old tree, then off to find insects for her brood, and then back again. Repeat, repeat, repeat. This mama wren was tirelessly feeding her hungry family, returning dozens and dozens of times with a mouth full insects in the very brief time I stopped to look.

I’m not sure exactly what species this is–she has a short tail like Winter Wren and is nesting in a tree cavity, near fresh water, which is common for Winter Wrens. Her tail is too long to be a House Wren. If any of our readers know for sure, please write. Thank you 🙂

Bobbie Brooks Distinctive Garden Designs DAYLILY DAYS

Bobbie Brooks’ Distinctive Garden Designs’ DAYLILY DAYS
Fr, S, S; July 26,27,28  from ‘9-1’
Fr S, S; Aug, 2,3,4  from ‘9-1’
Featuring display beds of mixed perennials, 1000 daylily cultivars, sales beds, mucho seedlings, and even my intros! There are several daylilies lined out to fill up your trunk or for a fall pickup. Your chance to visit private home gardens!
I would love to have you come for a morning visit…
photographers and artists also welcome
73 Langsford St. Rt 127N,
Lanesville Section of Gloucester, Ma.
978 283 4480

This Weekend in the Arts 07/26-29/19

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At HALIBUT POINT STATE PARK around Babson Farm Quarry

Performances are:
Friday, July 26th at 5:30pm
Saturday, July 27th at 11:00am and 4:30pm new time!
Sunday, July 28th at 1:00pm.

image003.jpgWindhover Performing Arts Center has presented dynamic and exciting Quarry Dances at various quarries located throughout the Cape Ann area for the past seven years. This year, Windhover returns to the pristine site where the first quarry dance was performed 8 years ago. Situated in front of the ocean as the backdrop, Babson Farm Quarry was once an active granite quarry which was abandoned in 1929, thus opening the way to its life as a site of natural beauty.

As in previous years, the remarkable Dušan Týnek Dance Theatre will create a site-specific modern dance around the quarry that features ledges, cliffs and stunning views. As in previous years, Russ Gershon, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and leader of the bands Either/Orchestra and Lookie Lookie in the Boston area will accompany all four performances.

Performances of Quarry Dance Vlll are free and open to the public. No reservations are necessary, however all performances are weather dependent. If there is rain, that performance will be cancelled. The duration of each performance is approximately one hour and fifteen minutes.


Parking will take place at Windhover Performing Arts Center in the field by the Windhover sign, located close to 247 Granite Street as your GPS guide. Parking at Windhover is for all four performances.There are shuttles from there, provided by Beauport Ambulance Service and Ride on Transportation starting one hour before the performances which will transfer people to the site, and then return shuttles after the performances for 30-40 minutes.  It is a short walk from Windhover to Halibut Point State Park, for those who wish to walk… about ten minutes.

Volunteers will usher the way for those on foot. (Please note that parking will not be available at Halibut Point State Park, since the lot fills up fast, plus there is a mandatory fee for parking.)

Seating is on a first-come first-served basis. Chairs will be provided, although you are welcome to bring your own. You are encouraged to bring blankets and sit on the ground in front of the quarry if you like. Feel free to bring water. Space is limited, and seats cannot be reserved.

For further information, please check the Windhover website at


Closing Talk for Eviction | Destruction | Renewal: An Exhibition About Resiliency

Three Artists: Susan Greer Emmerson, Tatiana Flis and Rebecca Skinner – Closing Talk: Sunday, July 28, 4:00-5:00 PM

Cultural Center at Rocky Neck
6 Wonson Street, Gloucester, MA

Gallery open: Thursday-Sunday, 12:00-6:00 PM

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On Sunday, July 28, 2019, the public is invited to join artists Susan Greer Emmerson, Tatiana Flis, and Rebecca Skinner for an informal tour and Q+A session about their exhibition, Eviction | Destruction | Renewal: An Exhibition About Resiliency.. The artists will address major themes of the exhibition and offer details and anecdotes on how the show came together and their individual processes. Visitors are welcome to ask questions along the way.
Countless forms of destruction are seen throughout our world. Natural disasters tear up the landscape, pushing buildings into the sea and boats to the mountains. The economy fluctuates from financial security into debt and poverty. Addiction leads to neglect and loss, and eviction plagues most social classes. It is when the light shines through the devastation that humanity expresses its deepest secrets, needs, and resilience. The Rocky Neck Art Colony explores the notions of destruction, natural disasters, financial insecurity, addiction and eviction through the creative eyes of the three artists featured in Eviction | Destruction | Renewal: An Exhibition About Resiliency.
In this exhibition, artists Susan Greer Emmerson, Tatiana Flis, and Rebecca Skinner share their perspectives on darkness, loss, and renewal of the human condition. By combining photography, sculpture, drawing and mixed-media installations each artists takes their personal reflections and shares unique stories about the worlds we create. The imagery ranges across abandoned buildings, demolished homes, and stoic figures to create a dynamic visual experience.
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Red Young Tonight! Dave Sag’s Blues Party 8:30pm @ The Rhumb Line 7.25.2019

Thursday at the Rhummie:

Sag goes big time!  I scored Mr. Red Young, big shot keyboard operator and blues god, all da way from Austin Tx. courtesy of Mssr. Earley. Look him up…you’re gonna wish you did if you don’t. Marque is busy so he’s draggin’ in Ejric Bernhardt all the way from New Orleans, by way  of Marcia Ball’s Band in lil old Texass to fill the cracks on sax. Benny Benson drumbs. A rare evening

40 Railroad Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
(978) 283-9732


Friends of the Sawyer Free Library reminder about their ongoing used book sale

Colleen Hogan-Lopez of the Friends of the Sawyer Free Library group thanks GMG and shares a reminder about one way they fundraise to bring such great programming.

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Did you know? 

The Friends of Sawyer Free Library offer gently used books at their year round book sale. Look for the Friends Book Shop sign by the front desk and check out our adult, teen and children‘s selections and save on paperback, hard cover and audio books, most priced from 50 cents to $2. Best sellers are $5.

Awesome Rockport is seeking proposals from local artists to create a permanent mural downtown

Ray Cahill, Trustee, Awesome Rockport, thanks Joey Good Morning Gloucester for all its community help, and shares this opportunity:


Awesome Rockport is seeking proposals from local artists to create a permanent mural on a wall downtown in Rockport’s Cultural District. A $1500 grant will be given to the winner to help complete the work. We’re partnering with Rockport Music (the owner of the wall), the Rockport Art Association and the Rockport Public Library to bring this project to life. Spread the word! One sheet printable PDF here: Awesome Rockport Mural RFP

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Questions here:

Submit proposals here: 


Coming up at the Little Art! 7/24 – 7/28

Cape Ann Community

July 24th & 25th at 7:00 we have Jean-Luc Godard’s Hélas Pour Moi (Oh, Woe is Me), which is the story of journalist Abraham Klimt (Bernard Verley)’s investigation of a case of divine possession. In 1989 God enters the body of filmmaker Simon Donnadieu (Gérard Depardieu) and wishes to experience human desire, pleasure and pain. You can read a nice write-up of that here.

July 26th – 27th at 7:00 then July 28th at 2:00 we have Dario Argento’s debut giallo, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, where Sam Dalmas (Tony Musante), an American writer living in Rome, inadvertently witnesses a brutal attack on a woman (Eva Renzi, Funeral in Berlin) in a modern art gallery. Powerless to help, he grows increasingly obsessed with the incident. Convinced that something he saw that night holds the key to identifying the maniac terrorising Rome, he launches his own…

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