Arts Abound Newsletter

It is spring and it is a wonderful time to learn to paint or to improve your painting skills. Both Sue Ingram and Karen Keough are terrific teachers, each with their own technique and style, so don’t hesitate to sign up for both classes! They are filling up quickly so register soon…

Email to sign up.


We are currently holding a raffle to help the heartbreaking situation in Ukraine. Sue Ingram’s beautiful sunflower watercolor is being raffled off and all of the proceeds from ticket sales will go to Airlink. Airlink is a highly respected nonprofit whose mission is to work with aviation and logistics partners to transport relief workers and emergency supplies for reputable non-governmental organizations responding to rapid-onset disasters and other humanitarian crises around the globe.

Please come in to Arts Abound to buy your raffle tickets. No purchase necessary.

Recently, Arts Abound held a raffle to raise money for the Open Door Pantry, Gloucester’s food bank for the less fortunate. The prize was a basket of items donated by many of our artists, including Donna Ardizzoni, Stephanie Mason, Sue Wheeler, Karen Keough, Sue Ingram, and Tin Can Sally. There were several mugs, a beach towel, notecards, a Magnolia bag, earrings, and more. We raised more than $200 for this wonderful nonprofit. Many thanks to the artists who donated their crafts, and to the many customers who bought tickets.
Magnolia resident Amy Bealin is a generous and talented individual. Besides being a great athlete, mom, wife, teacher, and researcher, she loves to create pottery. She brought her bowls, plates, lamps, and candle holders to sell at Arts Abound. She donated all the money from her sales (minus expenses) to the Food Project. To date we have given this nonprofit more than $250. We continue to sell her pottery and hope that you will come in and support this wonderful organization. Arts Abound donates all of her pottery sales as well.

Arts Abound is pleased to announce that Judy Salah Plank is our newest Featured Artist. Come visit Arts Abound at 21 Lexington Ave in Magnolia Village in Gloucester, Massachusetts to view Judy’s amazing artwork. Her colorful, bold images are perfect for brightening up any room.

Judy’s Artist Statement
Massachusetts-based artist Judy Salah Plank has lived a life inspired by everything creative. She spent her professional years as the lead graphic designer for brands such as Adidas and Reebok, followed by an award-winning career curating her own tropical decor galleries and painting murals along the east coast. Judy now paints in a style all her own. It is her mission to create art that fills her life with light and her hope that this light shines a little color into your life as well.

One of Donna’s popular photos of Magnolia beach. As always, her stunning photos are available on towels, fleece blankets, canvas, metal or prints.
We have the best Magnolia pier tee shirts! The first row is long-sleeved, while the second row is short-sleeved.
Laurinda’s photograph, Crashing Wave, looks wonderful printed on metal.
Lisa’s amazing ocean-inspired pottery. Berry bowls (with the holes) are a great way to wash your fruit and serve in the same bowl. Comes with a plate for underneath the bowl.
Ellen’s amazing glass sun catchers, including her new Dr. Who pieces, are perfect for your window!
Susie’s Magnolia paintings and notecards depict the beauty of Cape Ann!
Gallery hours listed on website; or available by appointment.
 Our address:
Arts Abound
21 Lexington Ave
Magnolia Village in Gloucester, MA  01930
(603) 359-2173
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