95 East Main St Gloucester MA ask for Joey or Frankie
AMY ROBSON | Just Looking opens at Jane Deering Gallery, Gloucester on Saturday July 18th. To respect current safety measures, viewing of Robson’s charming paintings will be at Deering’s home property where works will be installed in the exhibition SHED, which is open to the air and has good circulation. For address details, 917-902-4359 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Hours: Saturdays & Sundays 1:00-4:00pm or by appointment. The gallery and the artist are offering all works at very special prices. Works from the exhibition can be viewed at: https://janedeeringgallery.com/exhibitions-jdg-gloucester-ma/amy-robson-keep-looking/1
Robson is a British/American artist (MFA, Chelsea College of Arts, London UK) who has spent the last twenty years visiting Cape Ann. For her first US solo exhibition, she presents a series of paintings made from drawing while sitting on just one rock overlooking the mouth of the Annisquam River over the course of six weeks in 2019. Though based on one viewpoint, the highly diverse work celebrates the infinite possibilities of keen observation combined with an artist’s subjective experience. Produced in a pre-Covid time, the series is prescient as we now find ourselves inhabiting infinitely smaller universes.
At last in process – Rose Baker Senior Center exterior washing and painting for a fresh look. Fun to see it switch up. Juni Van Dyke art will be installed soon.
Here’s a BEFORE from March 2018
Paving Rogers Street between Walgreens and St. Peter’s
These two photos were taken 2 hours apart down at the dock yesterday. What a day!
Have you enjoyed lobster from Captain Joe and Sons yet? Thanks to Paul Horovitz for sending in this photo of their wonderful dinner with lobsters from Capt. Joe and Sons. Looks like the perfect way to celebrate a summer evening.
A tradition unlike any other where every single July we have the same people bitching about the month or so of summer traffic that we’ve had every single July since I was sitting with my legs stuck to the vinyl back seat of our dad’s Mercury Grand Marquis without AC in 1972 on the Boulevard waiting for the bridge to go down.
Same as it ever was. Mark it down. This year (2020) it was July 12th when the Facebook warriors declared it the worst ever.
Last year it was July 20th
Guess what? you can set your watch and bet on it that the same keyboard warriors will be pounding away declaring next year’s traffic somewhere between the second and third week of July 2021 “The worst they’d ever seen it.”
They should just go back to their Timehop and repost it every year and save the keystrokes 🙂
We were pleased to be able to have lunch at Yella on the Water at 25 Western Ave one weekend afternoon. I had especially been looking forward to the wings. We sat inside as the sun was pretty hot even though there was a brisk breeze. Seating is available on the deck and under an adjacent tent as well. Kelley was a warm and efficient server, anticipating our needs with great precision.
I had the wings and a chicken kebab, Jim went with fish tacos which he raved about. The strawberry shortcake was outstanding and a fitting end to a lovely experience. Owner Danielle stopped by and let us know most of the food is obtained locally and the bar liquors carefully curated. The extra care to detail shows and makes this a go-to.
Join us for some Summertime fun. We will dance and sing to these classic Summer tunes. More fun than a day at the beach or a drive in a convertible at the Drive In. Plus no ants or mosquitos.
If you are new to Nia with Linda, these streaming classes are free. Share with anyone who you feel needs a little movement and fun in their lives during this period of social isolation.
So here is how it works. It will be easier for you if you download the Zoom client for meetings for a desktop or laptop, or the app for phones and tablets.
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