Chickity Check It- Phil Cusumano Art Show

click this picture to view Phil Cusumanos site

click this picture to view Phil Cusumano's site

From Phil Cusumano-

A marine artist and former commercial fisherman, Phil Cusumano paints scenes of local Gloucester/Cape Ann, Massachusetts fishermen, their Gloucester fishing boats and activities from the early nineteen fifties to the present day.  His maritime and naval art includes seascapes and scenes from the N. Atlantic coastline as well as of tall ships and schooners.  Available for sale are these original maritime oils, watercolors and prints by this internationally known artist Fillipo a.k.a. Captain Phil Cusumano.

The Staff of the Kensington Stobart Gallery invites you to attend the opening reception and exhibit honoring Gloucester Artist Phil Cusumano

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Exhibit ongoing from July 9, 2009 through August 6, 2009

Kensington Stobart Gallery

at the Hawthorne Hotel, On the common

Salem, Massachusetts01970

Click the picture to check out more of Phils work

Click the picture to check out more of Phil's work

Phil Cusumano Art

Phil Cusumano Art

3 comments

  • I recently discovered Phil’s webs ite and love his work.
    My fishermen paintings are now in the Portsmouth Museum of Art in NH. I went to the opening on Saturday night. Two other Cape Ann artists and good friends are also in the museum show: Don Stone and his son Caleb.
    I grew up in Gloucester. My paintings are of the Crew of the Carol Ann, Hazy Morning Fishermen ( an award winner at North Shore Arts Association ) and a large oil of Lobster Cove.
    I will try to make it to Phil’s opening . I would like to meet him.
    Dennis Poirier

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  • Phil is a great guy and I’d love to see his show. He also does mirror etchings that are absolutely incredible.

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  • I’ve met Phil at seARTS meetings. He is very talented. His work reminds me of Peter Vincent’s. Dennis I LOVED your Hazy Morning Fishermen! I remember when that was shown at NSAA!

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