Fun news! Did you catch the episode?
Erin Luman website here
Fun news! Did you catch the episode?
Erin Luman website here
Jane Deering Gallery is pleased to present
Gloucester . Cape Ann | modern conversations
June 9 – June 29, 2022
Opening Reception on Saturday June 11th from 3-6pm.
Artists working in Gloucester, and more broadly on Cape Ann, have a unique vision of the promontory. What is their feel for our place along the sea? And how do they wish to present it to us, the viewers of their thoughts? Each exploration of light, land, sky, stone, architecture, industry, and countless other features is singular. There is communication between artist and place; and we sense, we hear, those conversations in their art. Participating artists include: Coco Berkman . Ann Conneman . Celia Eldridge . Paige Farrell . Erin Luman . Jeffrey Marshall . Adin Murray . James Paradis . Michael Porter . Christopher Pullman . Esther Pullman . Beverly Ripple . Caleb Hershey Rulli . Juni Van Dyke.Exhibition at Jane Deering Gallery June 2022
JANE DEERING ABOUT THIS SHOW:
My interest lies in how artists living and working in Gloucester, and more broadly on Cape Ann, express their vision of the promontory. What is their feel for our place along the sea? As they encounter it, and closely observe it, how do they wish to present it to us, the viewers of their thoughts? Each exploration of light, land, sky, stone, architecture, industry, and countless other features is singular. There is communication between artist and place; and we sense, we hear, those conversations in their art.
The New York Times recently penned the phrase to see it all anew, an apt phrase that could easily have been the title for this show.
After giving the gallery to regional artists for their own exhibitions these past months, I am happy to be back at JDG for the summer season. Join me for this first show which celebrates seeing and hearing anew this place of home.Jane Deering, June 2022
Gallery hours: Friday & Saturday 1-5pm; Sunday 1-4pm; and by appointment @ 917-902-4359 . 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester. janedeeringgallery.com
to view selected works in the exhibition: https://www.janedeeringgallery.com/gloucester-cape-ann-modern-conversations
Bonus: Wonderful interviews by Pat Lowery Collins including this one with Juni VanDyke here
News from Erin Luman – new work solo show:
Wolf Hill & Downtown, by Erin Luman
Online Art Show at www.erinluman.com
Opening April 10, 2022, 10 AM
The collection will be released in an online art show format at www.erinluman.com where you can view the work, contact the artist, or simply click to purchase. The show goes live for anyone on her mailing list on April 7th and then will open to the general public on April 10th. To get on the mailing list, head to the contact page on her website: www.erinluman.com.
Jane Deering shares details and images of new Adin Murray paintings featured in a solo show opening Thursday evening, August 5th.
The news of the imminent exhibit opening next week is also time for a last chance reminder to view or repeat visit James Paradis 2021. Also, Erin Luman’s Lost Summer featuring the cottages on Long Beach, will be on view for a limited time August 1 – 3, between these two exhibits. So mark your calendars for 3 back to back beautiful exhibits.
Please join us Thursday August 5th, 6-8pm for the Opening Reception of ‘There’s a certain slant of light | new paintings by Adin Murray’ @ Jane Deering Gallery, 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester MA
SAVE THE DATE! Special pop up – 3 day viewing!
Jane Deering Gallery
19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester
August 1 – 3rd
Reception August 1st, 4:00 – 6:00
from the release:
“The Jane Deering Gallery will host a pop-up exhibition of the most recent work of Gloucester artist Erin Luman. She’s returned to the beach to paint Cape Ann’s Long Beach cottages one more time. The show, aptly named The Lost Summer, is a smaller but dynamic collection of the expectant houses as they wait for their summer inhabitants and is a continuation of the previously sold-out show in 2018. The paintings will be on display for three days only, starting with an opening on the evening of August 1st and closing a couple of days later on August 3rd.”
Flatrocks Gallery Wrap it Up! 2 is on view through December 16th, 2018. More than eighty works in this closing group exhibition convey the gallery’s impact on contemporary area artists over the past ten years. Artists include:
Willie Alexander; Bob Anderson; Kurt Ankeny; Peggy Badenhausen-Roma; Joan Benotti; Coco Berkman; Kyle Browne; Debbie Clarke; Pat Lowery Collins; Anne Marie Crotty; Jane Crotty; Pam Courtleigh; Jill Demeri; Loren Doucette; Barbe Ennis; Billy Evans; Jack Evans; Nina Fletcher; Brooke Gibson; Paul Cary Goldberg; Joy Halsted; Frances Hamilton; Leslie Heffron; Andrew Houle; Pia Juhl; Ann Lafferty; Otto Laske; Victoria Lopez; Erin Luman; Roger Martin; Jay McLauchlin; Shaun McNiff; Ann Melancon; Ruth Mordecai; Lee Nadel; Mary Lou Nye; Hans Pundt; Mary Rhinelander; Margaret Rack; Jenny Rangan; Kay Ray; Anne Rearick- Katlin; Katherine Richmond; Judy Robinson-Cox; Joyce Roessler; Gabrielle Rossmer; Lyla Roth; Lynn Sausele; Mary Jane Sawyer; Jill Solomon; Dawn Southworth; Marty Swanson; Karen Tusinski; Juni VanDyke; Anna Vojtech; Rokhaya Waring; Jane Weinshanker; Mark Williamson; Judy Wright
Here are a few installation views (click to enlarge and view credit)
ERIN LUMAN shelter | the cottages of Long Beach closes today at Jane Deering Gallery, 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester. Luman painted a handful more of the small intimate landscapes as all the work on display sold out. Available works are leaning atop the mantel. Clients will begin taking the work home tomorrow.
NEW available works
From the flat files – Ask to see her watercolor series “My Children’s Clothes”
Another exciting exhibit at The Hive! GMG readers and Gloucester residents will recognize some of the artists exhibiting. From the press release:
The exhibition, Light, spotlights five artists from the North Shore whose work explores the multifaceted concept of light.
Opening Reception: June 4th, 2016 from 7:00 – 9:00pm.
The Hive strives to provide emerging artists with a space to showcase their creative works and to shed light on the growing creative community.
Paintings by local artist Erin Luman focus on overlooked lines and edges we walk by everyday
Gloucester artist Erin Luman with her daughter Hazel and one of her “City Spaces” paintings on display at the Sawyer Free Library this month. Courtesy photo.
John McElhenny shares –
GLOUCESTER, Feb. 4, 2015 – The Sawyer Free Library has kicked off a month-long exhibition of the works of Gloucester artist Erin Luman, whose “City Spaces” paintings focus on the rooftops, power lines and tiny architectural details of Gloucester that many of us pass every day without noticing.
Luman’s paintings highlight typical Gloucester scenes – a doorway on Center Street, a roofscape on Washington Street, a house on School Street. By capturing them on canvas, she forces us to stop and consider the everyday beauty in the heart of our city. The largest painting in Luman’s library show highlights the Birdseye building on Commercial Street, which was recently razed to build a new hotel.
“There is nothing more satisfying than seeing something old in a new light,” said Luman. “Neighborhoods and buildings I’ve walked past a million times become new when pencil hits paper. To slow everything down and find the balance between places that might be considered ‘ugly’ and the beauty in them is what keeps me inside this series.”
Luman, who lives in downtown Gloucester, worked with the renowned Gloucester painter Zygmund Jankowski to catalogue and photograph his entire collection before his death. Luman’s paintings from her “City Scapes” collection will be on display in the main entry of the Sawyer Free Library for the month of February.
For more information, visit www.erinluman.com.
Yay! These paintings are gonna see the light of day!
Look left when you wander down Pleasant St. towards Main because these babies will be at the Hive for the month of July. One big painting in the window and then follow the path to the back gallery to see the rest of the work.
The Hive is not only a place looking to involve our community in the making of art, but also is about to start holding regular art shows. Its honestly one of the loveliest spaces to see art in Gloucester and is about to define itself as a regular and relaxed space to see art.