The News From Rocky Neck via Judy Robinson-Cox
Main room of the chuch property, photo by Tom Cox
At last Tuesday’s general meeting, the following proposal was approved
by an overwhelming majority:
That the Rocky Neck Art Colony undertake preliminary efforts toward purchasing the property at 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester (the former Christian Science Church) for the purpose of developing it into a center in the spirit of the mission outlined here.
Join the Rocky Neck Art Colony now and your membership
is good until March 2013
If you are considering joining the Rocky Neck Art Colony, you can join now and participate in this year’s Winter Show in downtown Gloucester. Your membership will be good through all of 2012 until March 2013.
SAT, Oct 15: Last Day of the Season for the Rocky Neck Gallery
Hours: 11am to 6pm
Rocky Neck Gallery, 53 Rocky Neck Ave.
The gallery is offering a 10% reduction on member’s work from Oct 1 to closing day, Oct 15.
Did you Know? (Roseway)
(by Good Morning Gloucester contributor, EJ LeFavour)
That the Schooner Roseway hauled out this morning at Marine Railways? She’s a beauty. Stop by the Railways and check her out. Here’s some interesting history about her.
History of the Schooner Roseway
In the fall of 1920 a Halifax, Nova Scotia, newspaper challenged the fisherman of Gloucester, Massachusetts, to a race between the Halifax fishing schooners and the Gloucester fleet. Therefore many schooners, such as Roseway, built at this time were not strictly designed for fishing but in order to protect American honor in the annual races.
North Shore Arts Association concludes its 2011 Season
“Featured Artists” Exhibits with shows by Dianne Panarelli Miller and Cathy Landergan
Last Light by Diane Panarelli Miller
From Monday, October 3 through Sunday, October 23, portrait and landscape artist Dianne Panarelli Miller’s works will be on display in the Gordon Grant Room. Miller has received many awards locally and nationally in the thirty years she has been painting and is represented in many fine galleries, as well as in hundreds of private collections. She is a signature member of the New England Plein Air Painters and has the distinguished honor of having been named “Copley Master” at the Copley Society in Boston. She is also a member of the Portrait Society of America and Oil Painters of America. A full-time painter, Miller is comfortable doing portraits and landscapes as well as murals and cityscapes. In an effort to produce work unlike anyone else, she paints in her “own voice” from life and not photographs. To see more of her work, visit www.diannepmiller.com.