Arts Abound

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21 C Lexington Avenue

Magnolia, Gloucester, MA  01930

The holidays are approaching and we can’t be certain that the government
won’t close our shop down again so please think ahead and begin your winter
holiday shopping now. We have some great new items that will be perfect for
folks on your list. Come on in and get a start on your gift giving!

OTHER NEWS FROM ARTS ABOUND

One never knows what each day is going to bring…that’s a fact that we all know
and live with. However, even with that knowledge, some days can throw us for
a loop! I had one of those days on September 20th. I am an avid cyclist; while I
was pedaling along, a driver, blinded by the afternoon sun, smashed right into
me and caused quite a bit of damage to my body. I was airlifted to a trauma
center and spent a while in the hospital. I am home now but still have a bit of
recovery to do. In the meanwhile, I have been blessed to have friends,
especially Kathy, Donna, Laurinda and Karen, and family help me out in
numerous ways. Some of these people, and even a few customers, have been
running the gallery for me. I recently started to work in the gallery again and
have been overwhelmed with all the support I have received. Definitely a silver
lining! Thank you all for all you are doing to help out and for your patience while
I reduce my hours for a bit so that I can get well. It takes a village and Magnolia
is just that place!
Peace to you all, Sue Wheeler, owner

Our Fabulous Artists
Sue Wheeler (owner), Stephanie Mason, Brenda Malloy, Melissa Cox,
Karen Keough, Lisa Knebel, Tin Can Sally, Donna Ardizzoni, Deb
Schradieck, Erik Hahr, Christine Gauthier-Kelley, John Abisamra, Alan
Bourgault, Hermit Hill, Jenny Rangan, Kaitlyn Manley, Claire Perrault,
Karen Watson, and Larry Parsons

GREAT GIFTS

 

Christine’s gorgeous hand-painted silk jacket makes a perfect gift!

Riding the Storm – cold wax and oil painting by Sue Wheeler

Donna’s towels continue to sell like crazy. Wouldn’t they make a perfect gift for
a friend or your grandchildren who visit Magnolia? Donna, our Featured Artist,
continues to help us with running the gallery

Tin Can Sally always amazes us with her earrings, made out of tin cans from all
over the world. She has also recently add beautiful fall leaf pins made out of
aluminum cans!

Laurinda has been a huge help in the shop lately. In addition to her marketing
skills, she is an amazing wildlife photographer and sells her cards at Arts
Abound

Iona’s gold grass jewelry, made from protected Brazilian grass that is allowed
to be cut only in September, continues to sell well

Lisa’s gorgeous pottery makes wonderful gifts…we have her mugs, berry bowls,
vases, bowls and more. Karen’s painting, in the background, enhances any
wall!

Themed gift baskets are a terrific gift—we can add and subtract items to fit your
budget. This lobster-themed basket is a sure hit for folks who love their
crustaceans!

WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED!

Arts Abound continues to sell many masks! We use super cute fabrics as
seen above. Purchase the masks when you visit our gallery or preorder via the
web link below. We are starting to introduce fall fabrics, including one featuring
the New England Patriots and another with the Celtics.

Check out our new face masks page.

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Our address:
Arts Abound
21C Lexington Ave
Magnolia Village in Gloucester, MA 01930
(603) 359-2173

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shop Local CAPE Ann MADE

Shop and Support New England Artists and Makers. Shows are cancelled due to Covid

crowd restrictions. Capeann MADE brings artists and their websites together –

An online marketplace for you to enjoy! I BROWSE:  capeannmade.com

If you are an Artist or Maker working in New England and would like to participate

please go to the “participate” page on the website for information.

Pia Juhl solo art exhibition at Jane Deering Gallery

Rocks Around the Cape — new paintings by Cape Ann artist Pia Juhl — continues through March at Jane Deering Gallery, 19 Pleasant Street in Gloucester. An opening reception will be held Saturday March 9th from 4-6pm.  A brilliant colorist, Juhl interprets the glacial boulders, marsh land, and the vast interaction of sky and sea along the Cape Ann coast.  Gallery hours: Friday/Saturday/Sunday 12noon-5:00pm or by appointment by calling 978-257-6608 or piajuhl@comcast.net.

PJuhl . Cape Ann 2018 . Acrylic on Canvas . 24x24 inches _LJN8965.JPG

Pia Juhl writes: ‘I love to paint landscapes of Cape Ann and presently am concentrating on large-scale subjects.’ Glacial boulders, the marsh land, monolithic stones, the vast interaction of sky and sea — all of this has captured Juhl’s eye.  A brilliant colorist, the artist breaks down a scene into its essential palette and shapes, using the brush to ‘feel’ the painting’s form.

 

Pia Juhl was born in Denmark and after meeting her American husband there, moved to Boston.  Early on, Edward Hopper was a great influence.  Today, her painting is more intuitive and influenced by Milton Avery, Wolf Kahn and Catalan artist Jaume Muxart. Her work has been exhibited widely on Cape Ann at Flatrocks Gallery, Cove Gallery, Annisquam Exchange Art Gallery and Art in the Barn.  She has also shown at Faneuil Hall in Boston and in Harvard MA.  This is the artist’s second show at Jane Deering Gallery.

 

 

Jane Deering Gallery supports regional artists by offering work and exhibition space. Contact the gallery for details. info@janedeeringgallery.com

Artist, writer, sommelier- PAIGE FARRELL | RELATIONSHIPS photography exhibit at Jane Deering Gallery #GloucesterMA

Don’t miss evocative pairings Paige Farrell solo exhibition

PFarrell . Untitled 2018 . Archival pigment print . 8x10 inches IMG_9404

 

PFarrell . Untitled 2018 . Archival pigment print . 10x8 inches IMG_2656

 

The exhibition Paige Farrell | Relationships will be at Jane Deering Gallery, 19 Pleasant Street, Gloucester MA through February 27th with a reception on Saturday February 23rd from 4:00-6:30pm. Farrell (writer, sommelier, and wine consultant) reveals the relationship between the world of two arts — the art of photography and the art of the grape. Her monthly wine column appears in Northshore Magazine, and she writes for The SOMM Journal, Boston Wine School, Winestone, and Reservoir and Wollaston Wine & Spirits. Farrell will be traveling to Valencia, Spain in March as the official wine correspondent for the Boston press, then to the Champagne region in France. Farrell holds a BA in French from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with studies at Paris-Sorbonne University, Paris, France and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Presently, she is a Diploma Candidate with the prestigious Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET). Gallery hours: Saturday and Sunday 12noon-5:00pm and by appointment at farrellpaige@gmail.com

Last chance: ERIN LUMAN glazed beauties at Jane Deering Gallery closes today

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.

ERIN LUMAN at Jane Deering Gallery _20180623_133625 ©c ryan

 

NEW available works

 

From the flat files – Ask to see her watercolor series “My Children’s Clothes”