21 C Lexington Avenue
magnolia Village, Gloucester, MA 01930
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Arts Abound is pleased to announce our new Featured Artist, John Abisamra. He has a large following in the local area for his intriguing photographs.
His large framed prints are available for $230 each for 19×25″; smaller 11×14″ framed versions are $95; unframed, with mat is $65. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org to order. They make fabulous gifts for friends, family, or for yourself! Come visit Arts Abound and view this amazing photography.
John’s Artist Statement
My real passion is to capture the beauty of nature through the eye of my camera. A native New Englander, my inspiration primarily comes from photographing New England landscapes. I try to capture the uniqueness each season brings along with the magic light that exists. I love capturing the beauty of the coastline. I particularly enjoy photographing during the golden hours of sunrise and sunset and also am drawn to images where nature and man made elements meet. Photography for me is all about capturing a moment in time which may never be repeated. I spend a good amount of time driving on backroads or hiking to secluded places to capture the beauty of nature. My photographs have been published in the Photographer’s Forum Magazine, Cape Ann Magazine (including three cover photos), Lowell Sun and Gloucester Times. I am a juried member of Gallery 53 on Rocky Neck, Rockport Art Association, and Newburyport Art Association where my work can be viewed along with the Depot Diner in Beverly and Cape Ann Coffee in Gloucester. I can make matted/framed photos in a variety of sizes or as framed canvas, metal or glass photos.
Abisamra. He has a large following in the local area for his intriguing
John’s large framed prints are available for $230 each for 19×25″; smaller
11×14″ framed versions are $95; unframed, with mat are $65. Please contact
us at: email@example.com to order. They make fabulous gifts for
friends, family, or for yourself! Come visit Arts Abound and view this amazing
John tries to capture the uniqueness each season brings. along with the magic
light that exists. He loves capturing the beauty of the coastline. He particularly
enjoys photographing during the golden hours of sunrise and sunset and also is
drawn to images where nature and man-made elements meet. Photography for
him is all about capturing a moment in time which may never be repeated.
As we continue to endure the financial challenges of the pandemic, Arts
Abound believes it is more important than ever to buy local. Below are some
gift suggestions – for an upcoming birthday or anniversary perhaps, or yourself!
Stop in and see what other treasures we have, or set up an appointment to do
a FaceTime session.
Joyful Sunflowers – Sue Wheeler, mixed media
Gloucester-made Ryan & Wood hand sanitizer, paired with a hand-sewn
mask or two, makes an ideal gift. Ryan & Wood is a local distillery that
has temporarily converted their production to hand sanitizer to help folks stay
safe during the pandemic. $40 as shown here with mask.
Donna’s beach towels featuring local images have been a huge hit! At $30 each, they are soft and beautiful.
Our wonderful lobster prints, created by Martha (Landfall Gallery), are
perfect for celebrating summer! Available in several different sizes; framed
Ceramic artist Jenny has a wonderful selection of pottery, including these
WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED!Ann’s beautiful seagrass jewelry makes a fabulous gift!
Arts Abound continues to sell many masks! We recently developed a new
style of mask that includes a pocket for a filter. You can use a coffee filter or
a vacuum bag filter, to name a couple of options. We also have way cool
summer fabrics as seen above. And our nose piece has been improved. The
traditional style face mask is still available.
Check out our new face masks page.
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, Alissa Cohen, John Abisamra, Alan
Bourgault, Hermit Hill, Jenny Rangan, and Larry Parsons