Compass Rose Dedication Ceremony Photos

Anthony Marks submits-

On Saturday October 12,2013 a dedication ceremony was held at Maritime Gloucester 23 Harbor Loop to dedicate the beautiful Compass Rose that was installed over the summer. The Compass Rose was donated by Matthew Collins. The artist was Mark Read. They both spoke as well as Tom Balf Executive Director of Maritime Gloucester, state and city officials. A reception was held following the ceremony. Music was provided by Michael O’Leary and friends. A good time was had by all. The event was well attended.

Compass Rose at Maritime Gloucester

Hi Joey-

I wanted to let everyone know that the installation of the Compass Rose sculpture (pictured here with the Sculptor himself, Mark Read) is complete. It is located at the front of Maritime Gloucester and is a beautiful sight to behold, especially at night when it is lit!

Janet Rice

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3 comments

  • Some very beautiful work here and everyone the pride shows through on the community once again! GMG readers informational there – is an Item in September Reader’s digest page 32-34 (The stories that bind us – strong families know and teach the next generation their histories By Bruce Feiler – and this is the same reason Cape Ann and Mass are so strong is the family – foundation and spaking of it!:-)

    Book Canyon Spirits – Beauty and power in the Ancestral Puebloan World. Essays of spirit by Stephen H. Lekson and J. McKim Malville
    “A quote here in honor: A people of intelligence lived here ancient ones with a passion and a respect for the natural order, who used everything available in ways learned over a great time, creating a marriage of artistry and necessity.”

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  • Mark Read, this is extraordinary! Beautiful.

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