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Late Saturday afternoon took a walk and there was the beautiful schooner Roseway sailing by the breakwater.
The physical world is a place of ever-changing wonder. I love observing, and occasionally capturing a moment in time. I do this for my own pleasure, but Nichole S. has been kind to share some of my photos on GMG from time to time. Now Joey has given me the opportunity to post on my own, and I hope you will find some pleasure in these moments. Paul Horovitz
October 15 – November 1, 2020 (please see current gallery hours below)
Reception: None (due to Covid-19 precautions)
Rockport Art Association & Museum’s Experimental Group Opens Fourteenth Show
The Rockport Art Association & Museum’s Experimental Group opens its fourteenth group exhibition, “Unexpected No. Fourteen” at Rockport Art Association & Museum, 12 Main St., Rockport, MA. This juried show, with a theme of ‘Renewal’, features artworks of both the RAA&M’s artists and contributing members. Works on view in the exhibition range in mediums to include paintings, mixed-media, graphics, sculpture, digital art and photography. The exhibition runs from October 15 – November 1 , 2020. Current RAAM Gallery hours are Thursday-Sunday, 11:00am-4:00pm.
The Experimental Group is a creative forum, its’ main mission is to increase public awareness and to foster self-expression by bringing artists together to explore and share ideas that cultivate creative freedom. The EG is encouraged and supported by the Rockport Art Association & Museum.
If you would like more information about the exhibition, would like to schedule an interview and/or a walk through, or need additional promotional images please contact: Nella Lush, Experimental Group Chair, 978.886.4582 or via email at email@example.com
The Rockport Art Association & Museum (RAA&M) is one of the oldest and most active art organizations in the country. The Association has a long and distinguished history that has spanned 99 years.
We are excited to see this news from Charlie’s Place Facebook page:
Charlie’s Place is happy to announce that we will be opening for INDOOR dining on Thursday, September 24th at 11AM for lunch and dinner in accordance with CDC guidelines. We look forward to seeing everyone then!!
We look forward to returning soon. A recent menu board borrowed from Charlie’s Place Facebook page:
All four participating photograhers (Jason Grow, Shawn Henry, Bill Sumner and Paul Cary Goldberg)
Creative Indian cuisine in the heart of Gloucester.
Taj’s menuincludes your favorite classics, along with some modern dishes full of Indian flavor.
Aloo Gobicauliflower, chickpeas, potatoes, simmered with onion, tomato & spices, with crispy chickpeas, tarragon & mint
Masala Negronimasala-infused citadelle gin, campari, sweet vermouth
Ginger Turmerictitos vodka, dom de canton ginger liqueur, ginger turmeric cordial, lemon, dash of pink salt
Garlic Naanroasted garlic, nigella seed, sea salt
Sunday – Thursday
4 – 9 PM
Friday & Saturday
4 – 10 PM
Taj is located at 3 Duncan Street in Gloucester
Art in nature. Seeing Sam Cady art here.
We returned to the Antique Table in Manchester by the Sea for the first time since January. It felt very much like a before/after COVID scenario. We loved it the last time we were there, but got caught in the pandemic before we could return. It was equally wonderful, even with necessary protocols in place.
Jim had Gnocchi Basilico and I ordered Haddock Francese. We each cleaned our plates and would reorder the same except for the other tempting menu items. The bread and drinks were lovely additions to a marvelous dining experience. The atmosphere is welcoming including the background music! Special shout outs to our server Laura and Oscar for their friendly attentiveness. I left feeling very happy and satisfied. It is definitely worth the short ride. We will return soon!
I had the pleasure of photographing Becca Pizzi as she finished her 17th Boston Marathon last weekend. Her 16th and 17th were virtual….as the official marathon date back on Patriots Day in April was canceled. Even more impressive than running 17 Boston Marathons (hard to beat, right?!) is the fact that Becca has also completed the World Marathon Challenge….twice.
The World Marathon Challenge consists of running 7 marathons, on 7 continents, in just 7 days. Becca started her world marathon in Antarctica and finished in Australia. You can learn more about Becca’s amazing “feat on feet”…..and order her book, with of course, the very same name HERE. My two copies of “Becca’s Feat on Feet” arrived on Thursday and I was so excited to share her story with my students. Later in the day I overheard them playing “marathon runner” on the playground. Talk about inspirational. Thanks, Becca!
Stunning day yesterday. I hope these brighten up your Monday.
An important conversation not be missed
Presented by the Sawyer Free Library, Bridge Cape Ann and The Boston Globe in partnership with Backyard Growers, Gloucester Education Fund, Manship Artist Residency + Studios, Maritime Gloucester, Ocean Alliance and TownGreen 2025
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