Monthly Archives: September 2010

The News From Rocky Neck

On the Neck

MON, Sept. 13, RNAC General Meeting

6:30pm, Rocky Neck Gallery

The next general meeting of the Rocky Neck Art Colony will be held on Monday (not Tuesday), September 13 at 6:30pm in the Rocky Neck Gallery.More information will be announced next week.


WED, Sept 15th: Anne Krinsky, Artist in Residence Gallery Talk

Anne Krinsky

Delineation Lime, by Anne Krinsky, acrylic on panel, 24” x 24”

Printmaker Anne Krinsky will be the third Goetemann Artist in Residence for 2010. She will give a talk about her work on Wednesday, September 15 at 7pm in the Rocky Neck Gallery.

Anne Krinsky makes grid-based works on paper and panel that occupy a middle ground between painting and drawing. In them, a delicate linear geometry is alternately overlaid with, or superimposed upon, translucent layers of acrylic color. Her panels are built up over time with thick swaths, splotches and drips of candy-colored paint. She subsequently sands these down to create a seamless seductive surface — a visual representation of a present moment shaped by prior experience.

Her upcoming show, Anne Krinsky: Time / Line, 2000 – 2010, opens in October 2010 at the Trustman Gallery at Simmons College in Boston. Krinsky’s layered acrylic paintings are in the collections of the British Museum, the Boston Public Library, Graham Gund and the UK charity, Paintings in Hospitals. She holds a BFA in Printmaking from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and is represented in Boston by Soprafina Gallery.


The Best of Rocky Neck

Rocky Neck Art Colony Member’s Exhibition, October 2 to 16

The Rocky Neck Art Colony invites all art colony artist members to submit your best work to this exhibition, dedicated to celebrating and championing creative talent on Rocky Neck and in the Rocky Neck Art Colony.

See application form (http://mail.rockyneckartcolony.org/Call_for_Art.pdf) for detailed information.

Deadline to submit application: September 15.

Sidestreet Gallery : Graceann Warn & The Art Of Encaustic
Grace Ann Warn

NOW THROUGH THIS FALL At Side Street Gallery, 17 Rocky Neck Ave.

Side Street is the home of Hughes Bosca’s unusual fine 18K BOLD Gold jewelry. As a gallery we focus on finding and representing exceptional contemporary artists and ethnic objects. In addition to paintings we have selected fine artifacts from around the world. Through our eclectic displays we offer a vision of how to bring unusual art/objects into your every day life. Side Street is an experience. Join us in the adventure of collecting.
For more information: 978-283-3791 http://www.hughesbosca.com/side-street-gallery.htm


Weiler Photo Gallery Presents Gloucester’s Schooners

Weiler Photo Gallery

www.weilerphotogallery.com   978-281-6443   WeilerPhotoGallery@comcast.net

MEMBER NEWS

North Shore Arts


Max Schenk at Sawyer Free Library through Sept. 30

Tool Company

The Art of Decay

A Photographic Exhibit of the Cape Ann Tool Factory

By Max Schenk

September 3rd – 30th, 2010

Sawyer Free Library
2 Dale Ave
Gloucester, MA


Kathleen Miller at Bodin Gallery
Kathleen Miller

Kathleen Miller will be displaying her work at the Bodin Gallery, 82 Main St. in Gloucester.

KUDOS

Focal Point

Circling by Richard Seeley
Focal Point by Tom Robinson-Cox

Richard Seeley and Tom Robinson-Cox Receive Top Honors

Tom Robinson-Cox and Richard Seeley were the top prize recipients for the Rockport Art Association’s Fourth Summer Photography Show. The reception for this show is this Friday, September 3, 5 to 7pm.

What is GMG?

What is GMG?

Is It a Blog? an interactive magazine? WTF  is it?

here’s one definition of a blog;

Blog Definition

blog
“A blog is often a mixture of what is happening in a person’s life and what is happening on the Web, a kind of hybrid diary/guide site, although there are as many unique types of blogs as there are people. People maintained blogs long before the term was coined, but the trend gained momentum with the introduction of automated published systems, most notably Blogger at blogger.com.
Thousands of people use services such as Blogger to simplify and accelerate the publishing process. Blogs are alternatively called web logs or weblogs. However, “blog” seems less likely to cause confusion, as “web log” can also mean a server’s log files.”
from marketingterms