Cape Ann Museum Exhibits — pat morss

Last weekend we visited Cape Ann Museum (CAM), at Pat D’s GMG suggestion, to see an exhibit of the past decade’s work by our local painter Jeff Weaver. It didn’t disappoint, and we were also captivated by an exhibit of “windows” painted by third and eighth grade public school students, as part of the museum’s outreach program showcasing Cape Ann’s continuing legacy with the arts. We look forward to the major Edward Hopper exhibit of his Cape Ann work opening July 22, as we celebrate Gloucester’s 400+.

Welcome wall to Jeff Weaver’s exhibit
A winter view of Smith Cove and Gloucester Harbor from Banner Hill
A change to charcoal and pastel, at Ocean Alliance (former Paint Factory)
A fresh point of view at the popular Beacon Marine Basin
Across the hall was the Cape Ann student “windows” gallery
“Engaging the Community at CAM” with an accompanying video of the students
O’Maley students describe motivations behind some of their “windows”
A window panel by Gloucester’s O’Maley Innovation Middle School students
One of the Manchester Essex Regional Middle School panels
And one of a number of the Rockport Middle School panels

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