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Thanks to Heidi Dallin for the tip to go see how pretty the Golf Course looked. I often see Heidi out running and exercising when filming at daybreak.
In searching for their website link, I learned that the Bass Rocks Golf Cub is the BONS (Best of North Shore) recipient of the 2013 award for the “Best Private Golf Course North Shore!”
A great exhibit at a beautiful venue. Hope to see you there. I have a photo montage piece on exhibit. RSVP at 978-281-1222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
seARTS Bass Rocks Art Loan Program
An interview with our Artist of the Week, E.J. Lefavour
How do you feel about being chosen for the Bass Rocks Art Loan Program?
Very excited. This opportunity is allowing me to exhibit my work in a venue and to a segment of our population that I may not have been able to reach otherwise (unless they are regulars to Rocky Neck). It is an honor to be in such great creative company, and I am grateful for the opportunity.
Pebble Beach through the Rearview Mirror, Mixed Media Photo Collage,
16" x 20". Click to enlarge.
What is your medium or area of creativity? I am a painter, photographer, writer, illustrator. Most recently I have been working with the over abundance of wonderful photos I have taken over the past few years and incorporating them into unique, three dimentional photo montages, which people are really enjoying. I created about 50 of them over the winter, and the series is called "Gloucester: The Grit and the Glory", since most encompass images of rope, chains, rusted hulls of boats, nets and other images from the working seaport aspect of Gloucester, combined with the glory of that industry and of the natural beauty that surrounds us here, as well as the history.
How long have you been an artist? I have been a working artist since 1991 after leaving the corporate world and making the decision to pursue my art full time.
Where do you get your inspiration? Anywhere and everywhere around me.
Other than the Bass Rocks Golf Club, where can we find your works? At my galler(ies) on Rocky Neck. Khan Studio and the Good Morning Gloucester Gallery at 77 Rocky Neck Ave., Gallery 3 from May 15 to October 15, and at my winter gallery, up the stairs at 1 Wonson Street (behind Sailor Stan’s) from October to April.
What else would you like us to know? I passionately love Cape Ann, Rocky Neck where I now reside year round, Annisquam were I lived in the winter for three seasons, East Gloucester and the Backshore, Eastern Point, paddleboarding, Good Morning Gloucester and all the people associated with it, and all the wonderful people I meet and have met since moving here. I feel very blessed to be here.
Cape Ann going’s on and opportunities for the week…
Call to Artists, Designers & Creatives
seARTS Wearable Arts Group invites you to submit ideas
for this fall’s "Celebrate Wearable Art II!" runway show.
Click here for an application. Deadline is now June 1, 2013.
“HOLE IN ONE” x 2
Kathi Turner writes-
James M. Turner, 14, of Gloucester hit a “Hole in One” at Bass Rocks on the 17th hole, 230+ yard par 3 on a Saturday in May, 2012…….then HE DID IT AGAIN, Sunday June 24, 2012 on the same hole, with the same driver, a demo Titlelist 910D2.
James has been golfing for about 3 years and carries a 6 handicap. He was born and raised in Gloucester, just graduated 8th grade from Eastern Point Day School, and hopes to play golf next year at St. John’s Prep.
I found this postcard at a little shop in Beverly Farms. The Community Heritage Map, published in 1889, shows the trestle, but not a later map from the 1930′s. I wonder what it was used to transport–people, granite, fish? On the antique map, the trestle is labeled: Gloucester Street Railway on Trestle. It appears as though the trestle ran through what is now the Good Harbor Beach parking lot.
Right toward the end a rogue wave came and I snatched my camera and tripod just before it would have been completely submerged by the wave.
See the black silhouette in the left hand frame of the video? That’s my buddy Steve Hollinger, the genius inventor who created the Kayalu n clamp and RAM mount’s that I use to stabilize my video camera when we are going to be out in salty conditions.
Steve took this picture of me as I was scouting the scene to video tape-
Shot on the Sony NEX-5N with Zeiss 24mm f/1.8
Edited with Windows Live Movie Maker 32 times speed.
Brian also has a ton of Sport Fishing Info On His Site-
41" striped bass fishing Gloucester MA rare top water for 2011 fall run big fish catch & release video from Brianmoc
Fishing has been slow and big fish are rare to come by in the 2011 fall run. There have not been to many big fish taken from this fall run but they are around? Its still is a slow fall run but if you put your self in the right place at the right time big fish can be had in this sad fall run. the added fun was i had my friend Porter standing in my back why i was bring this fish in! yes skip its a 41 inch fish!
Esther gives us a rundown of some of the amenities available to guests at the Bass Rocks Ocean Inn.
I grew up driving by the Bass Rocks Ocean Inn every day of my life. Passing it on the way to school. Not once had I ever stepped foot inside until day before yesterday.
You may have the same experience, but now you’ll be able to see inside for yourself through our lens. Part II-
The amenities from access to Bass Rocks Golf, Billiards, Discount Parking At Good Harbor Beach, Updated Spotless Rooms with Pillowtop Beds, Libraries, Breakfast, the Stunning Views, Complimentary Bikes, Bocce, Croquet, Horseshoes, Crystal Clear HEATED Pool and huge balconies outside of your room the place is incredible. Look for our room tour videos throughout the week.
For More Info- Bass Rocks Ocean Inn
Heated Crystal Clear Pool
Super Friendly Staff
Suite With Unobstructed Views
Billiard Room With Library
Standard Room With Double Beds
click the picture for the slide show
Photographer Skip Montello enjoys a talk by Joy Dai Buell
Terry Weber writes-
I attended the seARTs Art Show at the Bass Rocks Golf Club as your “Rookie Reporter” or “Guest Reporter” — not sure what to call myself. Anyway, the show was wonderful and included the works of over 25 local artists with their pieces displayed throughout the Bass Rock’s event room. There was also a great food spread, cash bar, panel discussion led by educator Joy Dai Buell, raffle and Viewer’s Choice Award. (more to come on who won award).
One of the great things about the show was the pride and passion of the artists, and it showed in their faces and words. Speaking of faces, a few of the photos had sun-glare which sometimes worked out in a strange way. Look at the photo of Martha Wakefield; I think its the third one in the set. If you look into her painting you can see a reflection of her face.