Opening Nov 27th: Winter Light | a light installation by Adin Murray at Jane Deering Gallery #GloucesterMA

Courtesy photographs and news from Jane Deering Gallery upcoming exhibition opening November 27, 2020:

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Artists Revealed | Jane Deering Gallery lauds their generosity #GloucesterMA

A word from Jane Deering to artists and fans:

“‘Absolute Secret 2020’ @ JDG ended November 3rd, 2020.  The show was a wonderful success for the gallery’s mission of providing exhibition space for area artists and great fun for all art lovers who found very special art works for $20. The credit for this event goes to the many many artists who so generously donated work to the gallery’s cause.  My warmest thanks to the artists listed below (PDF here).”

Jane Deering, Jane Deering Gallery, Gloucester, Mass.

Absolute Secret 2020
Jane Deering Gallery is very grateful for the generosity of these participating artists who made Absolute Secret 2020 a success:

(unless otherwise noted, the artist maintains a studio in Massachusetts)

Aaron Fink
Adin Murray
Amy Robson (UK)
Ann Conneman
Ann Marie Crotty
Arturo Di Stefano (UK)
Birgit Faustmann (Barcelona)
Bobbi Kovner
Chris Baker (California and Maine)
Christopher Pullman
Coco Berkman
Connie Connally (California)
Dane Goodman (California)
Debra Weisberg
Deborah Brown
Donna Caselden
Eliza Proctor (NY)
Erin Luman
Esther Pullman
Gabrielle Barzaghi
Gail Barker (UK)
Gail Pine (California)
Geoffrey Bayliss
George Wingate
Gina Werfel (California)
Harry Reese (California)
Hazel Walker (Ireland)
Heidi L. Johnson (New York)
Helen Burgess
Hugh Margerum (California)
Isabelle Greene (California)
Jack Evans
James Paradis
Jan Weinshanker
Jeffrey Marshall
Jenchi Wu (California)
Jennifer Fels (Vermont)
Joan Tanner (California)
Joy Halsted
Judith Wright
Juni Van Dyke
Katherine Richmond
Ken Riaf
Kevin Lucey (California)
Kristine Fisher
Leslie Lewis Sigler (California)
Lillian Hsu
Linda Ekstrom (California)
Linda Sodja
Lynne Sausele
Marie Schoeff (California)
Mary Bucci McCoy
Mary Rhinelander McCarl
Michael McKeen
Michael Porter (UK)
Neeta Madahar (UK)
Nell Campbell (California)
Paige Farrell
Paul Cary Goldberg
Paul Neily
Penelope Gottlieb (California)
Pia Juhl
Patty Rosenblatt
Ro Snell (California)
Robin Paine (UK)
Ruth Daniels
Sally Gregg
Shaun McNiff
Shelley Reed
Steve Rosenthal
Susan Harrigan
Susan Willis
Terry Delpercio Piemonte
Tom Fels (Vermont)
Vanessa Michalak
Wayne McCall (California)
Youngsuk Suh (California)

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Joy Halsted | what I’ve been doing in the time of …. (covid) solo art show Jane Deering Gallery #GloucesterMA

Jane Deering Gallery shares a few images and news about the next show:

Joy! Joy Halsted | what I’ve been doing in the time of …. (covid) opening November 13th Jane Deering Gallery . 19 Pleasant Street . Gloucester, MA. 

‘There is no artist on earth like Joy Halsted,’ wrote Pat Lowery Collins in her 2015 interview with the artist. The multi-faceted Halsted is an inventive, provocative, irreverent, playful, politically-aware, and process-oriented artist.  And what has Joy Halsted been doing these many months since life and Covid-19 locked her and all of us indoors?  Using process once again to compulsively knit. To knit hats with corona pompoms attached at the top.  Anti-corona hats, as Joy nicknames them.  

‘Humor is our saving grace,’ she writes. ‘The atmosphere is serious; we’re all feeling a bit lost. As an artist, I felt the need to raise spirits; to offer a new perspective.’ 

Joy Halsted

Anti-corona hats @ $35 . The gallery will donate to The Open Door.  Gallery hours: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 1:00-3:00pm and always by appointment @ 917-902-4359.

Happy news! Jane Deering Gallery and many generous artists offer an affordable art show. Why? “Putting the number 20 in a more upbeat light in the dreadful year 2020!” #GloucesterMA

As in $20. For original works of art.

Jane Deering sparks art and community amid the pandemic.

Jane Deering Gallery Absolute Secret 2020

I checked in with Jane Deering to hear more about the show and how opening day went for this affordable art show/young collector boost and during a pandemic.

“The idea came to me about a year ago while thinking how I might make art more affordable for the many young people who’ve come to the gallery, expressed how much they admire the shows but were not able to purchase, even something at $100.  Then COVID struck and I needed to get creative to stay alive.

As you know, Catherine, I’ve been living in London a long time.  This sparked my memory of how the Royal College of Art started something back in 1995 called Absolut Secret (sponsored by Absolut Vodka — get it?) which raised money for scholarships to the RCA by offering small works (signed by the artist on the back) for a tuppence. Buyers wouldn’t know who the artist was until they bought the work and turned it over.  One lucky buyer snapped up a David Hockney!  So … I confess I stole my idea for Absolute Secret 2020 from the RCA.  Sometimes theft can bring good?

Anyway … I contacted all the artists I’ve worked with over the years and asked each if they’d donate a small work.  The outpouring of YES! was heartwarming.  Oh, the wonder of artists.  Such generosity and goodwill.  I’m so grateful to all of them.  Works have come from the many who have studios here on Cape Ann and parts throughout Massachusetts, but also New York, Maine, Vermont, California, England, Scotland, Ireland, Germany and Barcelona. 

Yesterday’s opening was also a wonder.  One of my favorite stories was of a young man (27 maybe?) who emailed back and forth with me for days over his obsession with a particular work.  He asked if coming to stand in line by 12:30 would be too late?  Ha!  He was first in line (working all the time on his cell phone), first in the door when we opened at 1 o’clock, and first to get his special piece.  Good for him!  

Lots of conviviality.  Lots of cheer.  Some disappointments, of course; especially those who sent requests via email only to hear that their pics had sold.  Can’t please everyone so my apologies to all who may have missed out.  There are still many marvelous pieces to be had and several artists have brought me additional works to put up as the show thins out.  Again, the generosity of artists!

Oh!…I’ve been asked ‘Why $20?’  Well, it’s the dreadful year 2020 so I thought I’d put the number 20 in a more upbeat light.  And — back to the affordability factor — I wanted all those who find art beyond their purse strings to be able to have something wonderful.  This show was meant for them.  

And I hope that those who have the means, will return and support these wonderful artists (and the gallery) by buying art at a fairer price.

Thanks to all!”

Jane Deering, Jane Deering Gallery, October 16, 2020

The invitation for this wonderful show- through November 3, 2020

Maybe I can leave $20 for a twenty something art fan? Artists are so generous.

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South Shore Art Center features North Shore artists Coco Berkman, Pia Juhl and Juni VanDyke #CohassetMA

The South Shore Art Center press release for September/October 2020 exhibition:                     

From North Shore to South Shore…Gloucester Comes to Cohasset 

Featuring three artists: COCO BERKMAN, PIA JUHL, JUNI VANDYKE

Cape Ann artist printmaker Coco Berkman creates images that delight her and hopefully others through the process of linoleum printmaking. Inspired by literature, the natural world, and the free play inherent in drawing, Berkman uses sharp Japanese tools to carve images into sheets of linoleum and then prints them one color at a time over several months to complete an edition. A member of the Boston Printmakers, Berkman’s work is represented by 13 Forest Gallery in Arlington and The Square Circle Gallery in Rockport. 

Pia Juhl, is well known for her light filled paintings depicting quarries and giant rock formations indigenous to her surroundings.  She has had numerous exhibitions in Europe and on Cape Ann including Jane Deering Gallery.    

Juni VanDyke will exhibit paintings related to her connection with Gloucester.  “The Cape Ann landscape is a subliminal force directing my art and tethering me to a love of color and the infinite configurations of abstraction.  Traveling to my work in Gloucester, I cross over the elevated Annisquam Bridge where below the sea is an ever changing miracle of patterns and light holding promise for later.”   VanDyke’s work is held in the permanent collection of Cape Ann Museum.  Her work is represented by Jane Deering Gallery, and throughout the US by Room and Board, Inc.

The exhibition continues through October 30th.

The South Shore Art Center is located at 119 Ripley Road, Cohasset

781-383-2787

 Zoom link (there is no password):https://zoom.us/j/91879749303

The event site link is: http://www.ssac.org/bancroft.asp

Images (in order)

Coco Berkman “The Reception” Lino Print

Juni VanDyke “View From Above” Acrylic and Oil on Board

Pia Juhl “Dogtown” Oil on Canvas

This week – Deborah Brown solo exhibition at Jane Deering Gallery

News from Jane Deering Gallery:

Jane Deering Gallery presents Deborah Brown solo show September 5 – 20, 2020
Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 – 3:00 P.M. 19 Pleasant Street . Gloucester

Ephemerata | a timeline of creation and change
works by Deborah Brown

 

The highly textural paintings (12×12 and 8×8) have occupied my impulsive hands for several years (2008-2020). What started as an inquisitive exploration of materials and depth became the challenge of transforming a flat surface into a three-dimensional abyss. An additional challenge was to transform the restrictive visual enclosure of the square to a dynamic metamorphic journey. Primal materials such as earth pigments, charcoal and volcanic ash reiterate the grit of progression, stasis and ultimate demise. — Deborah Brown

 

Deborah Brown studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and has exhibited her work throughout the United States. She is intensely private so you will not unearth her presence on Social Media; not a philistine, just a hermit. Having spent considerable time in Alaska, she now continues her art practice in her recently adopted home of Gloucester MA. 

 

I see my work as visceral and evocative, an embedded imprint on the limbic brain, relentlessly touched, molded, scraped and scattered with earthbound dust. And with a certain threatening charm to engage and provoke the viewer.

Deborah Brown

Tax-free weekend Jane Deering Gallery. ‘Gloucester, Cape Ann | of time and place’ art exhibit closes August 30th

LAST CHANCE – Art show closing soon Gloucester, Cape Ann | Of Time and Place at Jane Deering Gallery space on Pleasant Street Gloucester, Mass

Group show features work by Tom Fels, CH Golder, Michael Porter, Adin Murray, Shaun McNiff, Chris Pullman, Esther Pullman, Emily Speed, SEG pottery

Paintings by Adin Murray are also featured at Jane Deering Gallery Annisquam space, SHED

Jane Deering two art galleries in #GloucesterMA–downtown and Annisquam– feature new exhibits opening July 18

Downtown look for new exhibition 

Gail Barker | Art as Process

Jane Deering Gallery

Pleasant Street, Gloucester, Mass. and online

Saturdays and Sundays 1-4 pm

July 18- August 2

The motions and rituals of daily activities all serve as prompts allowing Barker to incorporate walking, journey-taking, solitary contemplative actions — into forms of drawing, sewing, knitting, wrapping, paper manipulation and performance.  

In 2018 a sculptural piece was chosen for  exhibition at the 250th celebration The Great Spectacle: Summer Exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts, London UK curated by British National Treasure, Grayson Perry.

GAIL BARKER Untitled 2018 paper receipts, linen thread. 10x10x3 in at Jane Deering Gallery 2020

The Bauhaus Inspired series began shortly after Barker moved to the West Country.  Unable to work on large pieces, she began visiting antique/junk shops where a treasure trove of French silks was discovered.  Convinced at the time these were  ‘paintings’ despite the  fact that she was knitting them into squares, they were put aside until January  of this year.  With the addition of colors along the bottom of each piece they did become,  in her mind, paintings.

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Gail Barker grew up under the wide skies and on the flat landscape of East Anglia in Great Britain. She attended a Quaker primary school and later a farm school — all of which influenced her love of space and a reverence for the simple rhythms of daily life. In 1977 she moved to Rochester, NY and then In 1989 to New England (Beverly Farms MA) where she graduated from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston  She has exhibited at The Royal Academy of Arts, London UK; and performed with the collaborative Fourthland (https://www.fourthland.com) at The Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol UK and Bath UK. Her work is held in numerous private collections in the US and UK. Barker returned to her native England in 2008. She resides in Bath where she maintains her studio. Read more about Gail Barker and the 2020 solo show at Jane Deering Gallery here: Gail Barker _ Art as Process

In Annisquam look for new exhibition of Annisquam scenes 

AMY ROBSON | Just Looking

Jane Deering Gallery SHED venue

18 Arlington Street and online

Saturdays and Sundays 1-4pm

July 18- August 2

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Lighthouse Collage (Mark Adrian Shoes) JDG

Amy Robson. Lighthouse (Mark Adrian Shoes) 2019. oil on collage on board. 14 x 18 in.

To view YouTube video Annisquam Fever Dream, click on: https://youtu.be/Ln-KBgvac0Q

Read more about Amy Robson and the show: Amy Robson _ Keep Looking . July 18 – August 2, 2020 in the SHED @ Jane Deering Gallery

 

Do yourself a favor! Closing weekend ‘Juni Van Dyke | The Journey … then and now’ at Jane Deering Gallery #GloucesterMa

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Closing weekend! Saturday – Sunday July 11 and 12
Gallery hours : 1:00-3:00pm
‘Juni Van Dyke | The Journey … then and now’
Jane Deering Gallery
19 Pleasant Street

 

Fiesta expressions in the year of Covid-19 #GloucesterMA

FIESTA at the fort

 

St. Peter’s Club

FIESTA LONGING

aka seeing Fiesta where it isn’t

when canoes are more than – Fiesta longing

 

Always fiesta – Pop Gallery Main Street Gloucester MA

They had big plans to celebrate their 10th anniversary and Fiesta 2020

 

Fiesta blues

detail from Art Haven tape mural, Viva

Fiesta and Summer Reads at The Book Store of Gloucester

 

Fiesta inspiration – Juni Van Dyke drawings from Italy at Jane Deering Gallery

 

Greasy Pole

 

Greasy Pole shrine

 

 

Fiesta amid Be Sargent’s EPIC mural

 

wearing whites & Fiesta procession – portraits

 

Drift cafe – Mario and Luigi

 

 

Virgilio’s is open

 

 

Great Read – Gail McCarthy Fiesta 2020 articles

Fiesta and Friends Forever: Celebrating a Generation of Local Women Gloucester Daily Times 6/26/2020 Grace Favazza and Rosalie Laiachino

 

Also Remembering those who held St. Peter’s Fiesta close to their hearts:

“…Joe Novello, the committee’s president, said he was saddened by the sheer number of names — more than 70 — this year. In recent years generally 20 to 30 names have been read.

“The St. Peter’s Fiesta Committee sends out its condolences to all those families who have lost a loved one, and their memory will be in our thoughts and prayers at this time,” he said. Among those lost this year are…

Gail McCarthy, Gloucester Daily Times

Red dots at Jane Deering Gallery! #CapeAnnCovid phased reopening first exhibit features radiantly colorful Juni Van Dyke art

Life and nature. Place and memory. Every hue, line, shape and mark pulses affirmatively: Don’t miss the great joy of experiencing the Juni Van Dyke solo exhibition in person now on view at Jane Deering Gallery. Two people at a time are allowed in the space at this time. The gallery is open from 1-3 Saturday and Sunday, and by appointment.

JUNI VAN DYKE | The Journey…then and now

June 13 – July 12, 2020

Jane Deering Gallery phased re-opening starts with Juni VanDyke art exhibition

A message from Jane Deering:

The gallery is opening with limited hours beginning Saturday June 13th, and in celebration of re-opening, is offering a special price on each of the fourteen charming and evocative framed images from The journey … then and now. All of these works can be viewed by clicking on the link below.

Jane Deering, Jane Deering Gallery

The first thing I noticed upon rediscovering these drawings made in Italy nearly thirty years ago is how related they appear to be to my current work. These small drawings, reprinted and overlaid with color were my response to a foreign landscape that had excited and animated my attention. As I traveled without camera throughout Italian villages, hillsides, canals, and cities, drawing was my way of preserving memory. Today, I use drawing more as an abstract element for pictorial balance. But the affinity I had for color those many years ago remains steadfast, reminding me that color is the driving force that continues to define my work. Wit the ebb and flow of time my work has evolved in ways that I would not have imagined thirty years ago. Still, the element of color is constant allowing for surprise and recognition.

Juni Van Dyke, 2020

Opening Reception of ‘Formally Taught … and Not’ group art exhibition curated by Juni VanDyke March 21st 4:00-6:00pm @ Jane Deering Gallery #GloucesterMA

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Formally Taught … and Not
Curated by Juni VanDyke
March 21 –  April 12, 2020
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 21st 4:00-6:00pm
Gallery hours: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 1:00-5:00 pm and by chance or appointment
JANE DEERING GALLERY 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester, MA
phone (917) 902-4359
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press release Continue reading “Opening Reception of ‘Formally Taught … and Not’ group art exhibition curated by Juni VanDyke March 21st 4:00-6:00pm @ Jane Deering Gallery #GloucesterMA”

Opening Reception of ‘Formally Taught … and Not’ group art exhibition curated by Juni VanDyke March 21st 4:00-6:00pm @ Jane Deering Gallery #GloucesterMA

Formally Taught … and Not includes work by established artists who frequently exhibit in galleries, museums and public institutions, and inspiring work by Senior Citizens in the art program at The Rose Baker Senior Center — creative people whose important life’s work has circumvented formal art training.  Now with time and the passion to explore, these Seniors are continuing in their journey of self-expression. Their artwork is illuminating and proof that we are all equipped with a unique set of sensibilities informed by years of aesthetic practice implicit in daily living — namely observation and the practice of evaluating how things look. The gallery is grateful to the following who participated in the exhibition:

Gabrielle Barzaghi, Coco Berkman, Deborah Bohnert, Anthea Brigham, Carolyn Budrow, Helen Burgess, Kay Carpenter, Nateley Daley, Rob Diebboll, Rob Green, Pippy Gulianno, Joy Halsted, Susan Harrigan, Barbara Jobe, Ed Leavitt, Paul L’Heureux, Marian Linden, Barbara Maddix, Joann Maddix, Judy Magee, Jeffrey Marshall, Maria Millefoglie, Barbara Moody, Adin Murray, Mary McCarl, Gen McNamara, James Paradis, Jenny Parisi, Hans Pundt, Bob Quinn, Doreen Ross, Valerie Sadler, Lynne Sausele, Linda Sojda, Dawn Southworth, Lois Stillman, Bill Sumner, Ed Touchette

Formally Taught … and Not
Curated by Juni VanDyke
March 21 –  April 12, 2020
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 21st 4:00-6:00pm
Gallery hours: Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 1:00-5:00 pm and by chance or appointment
JANE DEERING GALLERY 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester, MA
phone (917) 902-4359
info@janedeeringgallery.com
http://www.janedeeringgallery.com

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Artists Sally Gregg and Michael McKeen photography exhibition opening at Jane Deering Gallery

Please join photographers Sally Gregg and Michael McKeen for the opening reception of Two from the North Shore | Odd Bits two person show November 30-December 22, 2019 (Friday-Sunday 1-5).

Opening Reception Saturday November 30, 2019 2-4PM

Jane Deering Gallery 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester MA.

Read more about the show and the artists below the break.

Continue reading “Artists Sally Gregg and Michael McKeen photography exhibition opening at Jane Deering Gallery”

Gloucester Blue: fifty small painted drawings & selection of art furniture by Paul Neily | opening reception August 3 Jane Deering Gallery

August 3 – 30, 2019

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Fifty small painted drawings bathed in the spectral light of blue, evoking a state of memory and flashback, impression and recall. What the mind stores, the dream rouses. Paul Neily’s charmed drawings document his memory of the streets and lanes, houses and rooftops of Gloucester, a city that is changing. There’s a sense of nostalgia to Neily’s recollections but no sentimentality. Neily’s reminiscence echos his reflection of a city real and beloved. Also on view will be a selection of Paul Neily’s unique furniture pieces. His platinum furniture pieces were influenced by the work of Carl Jung.

Paul Neily — painter, poet, composer, designer — is a self-taught inventor. His paintings and furniture pieces have been shown in New England. Neily’s work is held in numerous private collections. He lives and maintains a workshop in Essex, Massachusetts on Cape Ann.

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The exhibition continues through Saturday, August 31, 2019
Gallery hours: Friday, Saturday & Sunday 1:00 – 5:00pm and by appointment
Please contact Paul Neily @ 978-491-1416 . paunei2004@yahoo.com

 

Deborah Brown paintings like moss, lichen at Jane Deering Gallery contemporary landscape Part 2

A Turning Point | the contemporary landscape
group show continues Through June 16, 2019
includes small paintings textured with impasto manipulated like moss and lichen by Deborah Brown shown here (mixed media – earth pigments, charcoal powder and volcanic ash)

 

 

Jane Deering Gallery A turning point | the contemporary landscape Part 2 now on view

A Turning Point | the contemporary landscape
Through June 16, 2019

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Jane Deering Gallery, A Turning Point | The Contemporary Landscape Part 2, installation view (Gail Barker foreground, Erma Wheeler above fireplace, Michael Porter and Jacob Hessler far right)

Last chance to catch Part I of A Turning Point group art exhibition at Jane Deering Gallery- Part II coming May 18th

Last chance to catch  Part 1 of A turning Point | The Contempoary Landscape at Jane Deering Gallery,  ideas from select regional and international artists about the environmental impact of man-made and natural disasters as that distinction crumbles (the unnatural natural disasters), beauty and life.

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Young Suh wildfire (california) series 2009

 

 

Installation views of this solid group show:

 

Where Part 1 is generally more focused on land, Part II pivots to water,  and opens with a public reception May 18th* from 4-6pm.

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Erma Wheeler Quarried Waters, 1997, watercolor on paper (22×28 inches / 30×36 inches framed)

 

*Mark your calendars: public reception for Once Upon a Contest Selection from Cape Ann Reads at TOHP Burnham Library in Essex is earlier that same day, may 18th, from 10-noon.

“The land will sustain us and beauty will thrive, if only we pay attention and heed.” Read the gallery’s press release for Part II below: Continue reading “Last chance to catch Part I of A Turning Point group art exhibition at Jane Deering Gallery- Part II coming May 18th”

Esther Pullman exhibition reception Saturday April 13th Cape Ann Museum

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ESTHER PULLMAN

Green Places/Green Spaces/Greenhouses

April 13 – June 16, 2019

OPENING RECEPTION Saturday, April 13, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Join artist Esther Pullman for the opening of an exhibition of her large-scale panoramic photographs. Reception is free for Cape Ann Museum members or with Museum admission. Shot over a twenty-year period, these large-scale panoramic photographs of greenhouses explore such universal themes as the passage of time, the cycle of the seasons, death and rebirth, and have also unavoidably become a metaphor for our threatened planet.

EXHIBITION-RELATED PROGRAMS

While you’re at it marking your calendars

Pullman’s work is featured in two openings on Pleasant Street on April 13th and it’s easy to schedule both!

Pullman’s work is included in a group show, A Turning Poing: the Contemporary Landscape, at Jane Deering Gallery, which represents her work. The gallery is located next to the museum. The show is opening the same day:

Venue: Jane Deering Gallery, 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester, Mass.
Group show: A Turning Poing | The Contemporary Landscape
Artists: Gabrielle Barzaghi, Paul Cary Goldberg, Tom Fels, Jacob Hessler, Jeff Marshall, Adin Murray, Esther Pullman, Steve Rosenthal and Erma Wheeler from New England; Nell Campbell, Gail Pine and Young Suh from California; Gail Barker, Neeta Madahar and Michael Porter from the United Kingdom
Opening Reception: Saturday April 13, 4:00-6:00pm