Northern Exposure show at Hall Haskell House September 26 -29.
Scenes of New England surround the walls of the historic Hall Haskell House in Ipswich. Artists Jeannette Steele Esposito and Anne Costello have represented New England in the brilliant colors of the four seasons, both in studio work and plain air paintings.
Esposito, an Ipswich resident, is an artist member of the Rockport and Newburyport Art Associations, she received her training at Kent State University, and has participated in workshops in the US and abroad. Her work can be found at The Clown gallery in York, ME, the Mars Hall gallery in Port Clyde, ME, as well as at Time and Tide and Zenobia in Ipswich.
Costello, a Newburyport resident, is a member of the Rockport and Gloucester Art Associations. She is a retired art teacher, who has continued her study and love of painting in varied media workshops in the US.
Both women are active members of Confetti, a group of artist friends who meet weekly to paint, critique, and travel to art related events. Other members of Confetti include Su Guest McPhail, Cynthia O’Grady and Judy Stover, all of the North Shore. Each of these artists will also be represented at this show.
Esposito has been showing her line of clothing at Olde Ipswich days for a number of years now, she will be displaying a small sampling of her clothing during this event.
The Hall Haskell House is located at 36 S. Main St. Ipswich (rt1A), Gallery hours are Thursday, September 26 through Sunday, September 29, 2013. Daily hours are 12 noon to 5:00pm. An artist reception will be held Friday, September 27, 6:00 – 8:00pm. The Gallery will also be open during Ipswich Illuminated, Saturday September 28, 6:30-9:00pm.
The show will run during Arts Ipswich weekend, this is an exciting event, and we’d encourage you to get out and enjoy this annual celebration of the arts in Ipswich.
Friday night will be the opening reception at the town hall, live music, food and drinks. Vote for your favorite art, then come and see the show at the Hall Haskell House.
On Saturday the town will celebrate all day with music, poetry readings, live plays, and ending with Ipswich Illuminated, a celebration of the river and light. For more information,
“two by two”_ Esposito