Arts Abound located at 21 C Lexington Avenue, Magnolia Gloucester, MA would like to thank all who bought a raffle ticket for the this great photo during the last few weeks.
The talented photographer, Laurinda Butcher’s Egret photo captured this beautiful bird. The proceeds of this raffle went to the Open Door, and the winner is Dr. Dorothy Ganick. We are all happy Dorothy won. She is a great friend to Arts Abound and to all she meets.. Congrats Dorothy.
The photographer Laurinda Butcher’s Egret photo winner was announced yesterday. The proceeds of this raffle went to the Open Door.
When you need a great gift or something for yourself come in in a browse around. The art is all from local artist. Again Arts Abound thanks you for your support. Remember to shop local.
Love seeing the wildlife over at the pond in West Gloucester. The heron was very proud of tadpole catch and the turtle on the log.
Little River is so pretty and there is always something to see.
This Egret was so beautiful and we know that soon they will be heading south.
Such a beautiful bird at the State Pier on Thursday.
save the date Reminders:
“December in November–Giving the Gift of Art” Rocky Neck Art Colony members’ fine art and crafts sale, through December 10th, OPEN Fridays 5-8pm, Saturdays and Sundays 10AM-4PM. Downstairs is a beautiful John Nesta tribute.
photo caption: Orginal watercolor painting, Birch on the Neck, by Deb Schradieck, booth at the Rocky Neck Art Colony 2017 Annual Holiday members show
TWO DAYS ONLY Cape Ann Artisans at the Rockport Art Association Friday December 1 and Saturday December 2nd (10-5). Cape Ann Artisans has also announced their special 2018 Cape Ann Artisan tour dates- June 2nd and 3rd and Oct 6-8
Sat Dec 2nd 8am-noon, 34 Leonard Street, Gloucester, MA 01930
Saw this beautiful Egret on Tuesday, wish I had my tripod with me but at least I always have my camera. So glad to see the Egrets back. Another sign of summer.
The view over Winthrop Field towards the farm in Manchester has been taken many times, but does not get old, at least not for me. In Essex I sat waiting in the Marsh across from Farnham’s for hours to catch the Egret in flight.. Well, actually I picked up Chowda and walked across the street and there he was, ready to take off! Sometimes you just get lucky! Click on images for larger view.