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Twin Lights: Anne Rearick and Willie Alexander
A Celebration of Life, Color, Beauty and Light
Location: The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck, 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester, MA
Dates: July 1 to August 1, 2021
Hours: Thursday noon to 8PM; Friday through Sunday noon to 5 PM
Gloucester MA — The Rocky Neck Art Colony is proud to present Twin Lights: Anne Rearick and Willie Alexander at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center, 6 Wonson Street in Gloucester. The exhibition, described as “a celebration of life, color, beauty and light,” will include photographs by Rearick and paintings by Alexander inspired by their beloved home of Gloucester, Mass. The artist reception is on Saturday, July 10 from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
Anne Rearick is the recipient of numerous grants, fellowships and awards. Her photographs are in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, the Centre national de l’audiovisuel in Luxembourg, and numerous others.
“Willie and I have been making art of one form or another our whole lives,” says Rearick. “We support, challenge and inspire each other. My photographs from Gloucester span the past two decades. I am drawn to the particular beauty and character of this place and its inhabitants.”
Willie Alexander is a singer, songwriter and keyboardist with a long and legendary career, recognized locally, nationally and internationally. Known as the Godfather of Punk, he has been inducted into the Boston Music Hall of Fame.
“Although I am known for my music, I have been making visual art since I was a kid,” says Alexander. “I try to be natural in my painting, letting the paint do the work and not thinking about it too much. I realize that the seagulls and fish in my paintings are unrecognizable, but trust me, they are there. I am inspired by the familiarity of the Gloucester streets that I have known and loved since I was a boy.”
Twin Lights: Anne Rearick and Willie Alexander has been generously sponsored by Mark and Livia Glovsky. The show is live at The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck and online at RNACexhibitions.com starting on July 1, 2021.
The Rocky Neck Art Colony (RNAC) was founded in the mid-19th century and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) in 1973. With the creation of the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck in 2012, RNAC programs are reaching a wider demographic as the visual arts focus is expanding to include more diverse cultural and educational offerings. The Cultural Center is located at 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester, MA 01930. For more information visit www.rockyneckartcolony.org.
Dear Friends, I’m happy to say “I’m baaaaack” at the best little shop around! I’ll be playing at the infamous “Sip & Shop” at Design of Mine on Main St. on Thursday, July 1st from 6:00-8:00pm. So please stop by and see what Mellissa has in store for you! Looking forward to seeing you!💗Toni Ann
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Our trip out to Thacher Island was primarily to see the lighthouses up close, but there’s a whole lot more out there than just the twins. Here are some additional scenes from Thacher Island on a summer morning. Have you booked your trip yet? Thacher Island Association
Such a beautiful night for the new Glen T. MacLeod Y donor thank you event. A special THANK YOU to the entire Cape Ann staff and Executive Director Tim Flaherty whose leadership throughout this project has been incredible. Shout out to Gloucester High School student Malia Andrews for her wonderful performance of the national anthem! Huge thanks to everyone in the Cape Ann community who helped make this dream a reality including Founding Donor Glen T. MacLeod, Steering committee Honorary Chairs Mollie & John Byrnes, Co-Chairs, Elaine & David McKechnie, Windover Construction MassDevelopment Institution for Savings BankGloucester Cape Ann Savings Bank, the city of Gloucester, Massachusetts, TDCommunity Development Corporation, Dept. of Early Education and Care EEOST Fund, and so many more!! #strongYstrongcommunity#GTM#newcapeannY
Acouple of evenings ago Manuel Simoes posted this picture, asking what it was. Our ornithologist son-in-law reports: “That’s a domesticated Muscovy Duck. They are oftern released or escape and can sometimes survive for years or even breed in the wild.”