FOB Deb Clarke Gallery Demonstration At Cape Ann Museum Saturday March 31st

The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present a gallery demonstration with artist Debbie Clarke on Saturday, March 31 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, April 1 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Clarke’s residency will take place in The Rule of Four exhibition gallery where her verre églomisé fish are on display.

Also available for visitors will be a related self-guided tour throughout the Museum that highlights the artwork that has inspired and influenced Clarke’s own work. Families are invited to attend and to participate in related activities in the CAM activity center.  This is an ongoing drop-in program that is free with Museum admission.

Debbie Clarke, Merluccius Bilinearis –Whiting, 1995. Collection of the Cape Ann Museum.

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5 comments

  • thank you for posting this Joey. \

    Just realized that I am a nervous wreck over this. I know it will be fun and that all be well; but I keep having worry dreams: that I will forget something, that post menopausal brain snaps will strike.

    my ego must be squashed. i think of Shiva’s foot on the little man (represents ego) and tell myself to step aside. what i do is not for me. this is where i serve. i remind myself to breathe.

    and go over my list.

    and get my sh*t! together.

    looking forward to sharing my work with folk this weekend. it will be fun.

    best,
    deb.

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  • Congrats Debbie! I will try to make it this saturday.

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  • Wonderful work Debbie! I saw them at the museum. Do you have a studio in Gloucester? I would love to visit it and see more of your works if you have your studio open for public.

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  • hello there! my studio is in my home. if you would like to see more of my work, contact me: 978-652-8273.

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