Day: May 2, 2022
Beautiful Gloucester Harbor at low tide
Watch your step…
We got some really nice big wave action recently that is hard to resist when you are experimenting with a new camera. What am I saying? I can’t resist wave pictures regardless…..
Striper Migration Map
This is traveling with Codair
Joey and Chris Said to go Get the Bushwacker at Shore Nutrition, So I did.
Saturday morning my inbox and Instagram feeds were both telling me that I needed to get to Shore Nutrition on Main Street in Gloucester for a Bushwacker shake, so I did. It came with a free tea as well….so win, win.
Tip Top Tulips In Full Bloom in Ispwich
The tulips at the Tip Top Tulips Farm in Ipswich (take the road right next the Dairy Queen and follow your nose to the tulip field) are in full bloom and they are spectacular. We went yesterday and the field was full of families, senior citizens and young couples. It’s a great photo opportunity in an open friendly atmosphere. Open daily, but on the weekends there are some additional activities such as goat yoga (?!?!) and farm animals. There were a lot of visitors but we did not feel crowded. Tickets are reasonably priced.
We had purchased some presale tickets which allowed us to pick-our-own tulips (15 with each of these tickets) or they are $1 each. It’s an efficient operation with parking assistance as well as help packing up your blooms. I am a big fan. It would be a GREAT Mother’s Day activity. Looking forward to returning for the sunflower field,
Jane Deering Gallery: new website. Next art Exhibit, Maria Malatesta Solo show, opens May 7
New website and spring news from Jane Deering Gallery-
Maria Malatesta – Brushstrokes | Fields and Ponds
at Jane Deering Gallery 19 Pleasant St. Gloucester, MA
May 7 – June 5, 2022
Reception May 7, 5-7pm
Gallery hours Friday & Saturday 1-5. Sunday 1-4.
By appointment this show email@example.com
Memories of being in the natural world inspire the color and gesture of the paintings. Gardens, overgrown fields, open space, the sea and wind are all a source from which the paintings evolve. Color and light fascinate me, how one color placed next to another comes alive, how that color then has the profound ability to evoke a mood or a place. While my process is intuitive, the presence of the landscape is constant. Yet, there is uncertainty of place and of resolution. I find this ambiguity most exciting.Maria Malatesta
About the artist:
Maria Malatesta lives on Cape Ann which contributes to her artistic sensibility. Her work has been included in numerous shows on the North Shore and Boston area. Solo shows include Montserrat College of Art, Chameleon Gallery in Newburyport, Pagus Gallery in Pennsylvania and Porter Mill Gallery in Beverly. Maria holds the Diploma and Fifth Year Certificate from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and a Bachelor of Science from Lesley University, Cambridge, MA. She has taught at Montserrat College of Art, the Cultural Center at Rocky Neck and International Programs through the Museum School, Boston. Her studio is in the South End of Boston.
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