Tag Archives: Ellen Lefavour

Happy Birthday EJ! You Light Up All Our Lives With Your Positive Spirit!

We have a bunch of positive minded, kind, creative folks that are part of our little GMG community.  Perhaps no one among us embodies what it is to be a GMG’er more than our friend EJ.

GMG Contributor’s EJ Pictures-

Kim Smith submits-

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Paul Morrison Submits-

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Donna Ardizzoni Submits-

February 19, 2012 e.j.

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Fr Matthew Green submits-

From The Bong Tree Island Party

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Kathy Chapman photo-

(this was EJ before she kicked ass this summer on her diet and cleanse)

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Ed Collard submits-

EJ Back In The Day (Would You Hit That?)

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Marty Luster Submits-

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Fred Bodin submits-

At the Bong Tree book launching party-

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Beth Swan writes-

"Happy Birthday EJ! ENJOY and live it up!" —Beth :)

March 19, 2011-

Video interview introducing EJ to the GMG Community-

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We tape a video for EJ’s Kickstarter Project To Launch Tales of Bong Tree Island-

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Did You Know? Well now you do!

 

GMG’S own EJ has been selected as seARTS Member of the week. Congrats EJ!

From the seARTS Newsletter;

memberoftheweekseARTS Member of the Week: EJ Lefavour 
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What is your medium?  

I am a photographer, painter (primarily oils, acrylics and mixed media) and writer (including being a regular contributor to Good Morning Gloucester)

 

How long have you been an artist?  

I guess all my life, but began actively pursuing my life as an artist in 1990 after leaving the corporate world.

 

 

Where do you get your inspiration?  

Now that I am living on Cape Ann, my inspiration is everywhere I look, everyone I meet, and everything I learn about this amazing place.  It’s a little overwhelming.
What else would you like us to know?   

I’m a type A corporate risk manager turned artist.  I’ve traveled alot, lived many places, operated a number of galleries and non-profit cultural centers, and have also worked as a marketing services provider to artists for many years providing art printing, matting and framing, artwork photography, web design, and other services.
Where can we find your works?   

Until I close the gallery on October 15, at Khan Studio and the Good Morning Gloucester Gallery, 77 Rocky Neck Ave., G3 on Madfish Wharf. Always on my website at www.khanstudiointernational.com, on October 8th and 9th at the Annisquam Arts & Crafts Show at Village Hall in Annisquam.

http://www.searts.org/

theArtsMap.com Cape Ann Arts Map

 ArtsMap.com is a great Artists and Collectors resource.

 Check out the Cape Ann Arts Map.

http://www.theartsmap.com/focus/capeann/

Here are just a few of the listings from Rocky Neck.


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Khan Studio and Good Morning Gloucester Gallery
Gallery of regional photography and paintings

77 Rocky Neck Ave.
Gallery 3
Gloucester, MA 01930
United States857-891-9054

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Paul Frontiero
Painter

77 rocky neck ave.
g3 gallery 3
gloucester, MA 01930
United States

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White Bird Gallery
Seasonal Fine Art Photography Gallery

75 Rocky Neck Avenue
#15
Gloucester, MA 01930
United States978.621.1166

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Joseph Flack Weiler
Photographer: black & white gelatin silver prints

77 Rocky Neck Ave
Gloucester, MA 01930
United States978-281-6443

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Middle Street Walk Videos- The Heavenly Bell Choir and The Plum Cove Singers

Ellen Lefavour Videotapes The Heavenly Bell Choir and The Plum Cove Singers at The Middle Street Walk

The Heavenly Bell Choir performing at Trinity Congregational Church during Middle Street Walk on Saturday, December 11.

Connie Richards Plum Cove Singers performing at Cape Ann Museum during Middle Street Walk.  Aren’t they just the most precious little angels! and such a beautiful, obviously well rehearsed performance.