Community Stuff 12/5/13
Opening Reception: Thursday. Dec. 5th, 5–10 PM
Show will be up for the month of December.
11 Pleasant St.
Gloucester, MA 01930
Opening Ladies’ night and running through the end of the month, Rusty and Ingrid Creative Company present “Paper Holiday”— an exciting art show at the Hive Community Center, featuring the latest original artwork of Gloucester artist couple Rusty and Ingrid Kinnunen. The show will include stunning handmade, limited-edition art prints; stylish holiday decor; elegant jewelry; and illustrated children’s books. The reception will include holiday refreshments and a festive photo booth! Come meet the artists, and find a large selection of unique Christmas gifts!
Rusty and Ingrid Creative Company is a new art company — started in Gloucester less than a year ago— but they are quietly building a loyal following with iconic art and design, and a reputation for great value. Their art prints depict the landmarks and culture of Cape Ann in bold compositions with fresh colors and simple imagery. Their style has references to vintage poster and illustration art, but it is strikingly contemporary and unmistakably their own.
Rusty and Ingrid trained at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, and have lived in Gloucester for the past four years, raising their two young children. Rusty is a member of Local Color Artists’ Cooperative at 121 Main Street in Gloucester. Their work can be found at: www.rustyandingrid.com
Complete your holiday shopping at Cynthia Curtis Pottery Holiday Show and Sale on TWO weekends Dec.14-15, and Dec. 21-22, 10:00am-4:00pm. Artists’ reception Friday, Dec. 13, 5:00 pm- 8:00 pm. An array of exciting work by students and teachers is on display as part of the annual Christmas in Rockport Gallery Stroll. Free, open to the public, plenty of parking and refreshments.
Emerging ceramic artists from Cynthia’s studio and talented, experienced teachers offer original work with fresh approaches to functional and sculptural pottery, at prices you will appreciate.
Nestled peacefully in the woods not far from the colorful Atlantic coastline, Cynthia Curtis Pottery has operated for 16 years, offering classes to over 1,000 eager students. See Cynthia’s seashore-inspired pottery decorated with stunning glazes and sea glass in her cozy gallery warmed by a wood stove and surrounded by wooded trails.
Cynthia’s gallery will be open throughout the holidays. Private lessons and weekly classes are offered year round to all ages and abilities.
More information at 978-546-6186 or www.cynthiacurtispottery.com
Mitten Tree at Addison Gilbert Hospital
Addison Gilbert Hospital will be accepting new warm clothing items of mitten, hats, scarfs, sweaters, gloves, etc., for friends from infancy to adults. These items will be donated to Action, Inc., to share with friends in our community.
(L to R), Pam Elliott from Access Services and Deb Sacco from Administration arrange
items on the Mitten Tree. Mark Malionek from Security assisted with placing the tree inside the
Fisher Lobby, located inside the main entrance of Addison Gilbert Hospital for employees, staff and community friends to donate new items. The Mitten Tree will be in place through December 18th.
This Sunday we’re presenting our second film in the Cape Ann Museum film series at Cape Ann Community Cinema. It is fun a beautifully done piece about… a painting! Great for all ages, but especially those who speak French or can read subtitles. I’ve attached the Press Release, a smaller pdf and jpeg. Not sure which works best for you. Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving – now on to Christmas!
Thanks for all that you do for Cape Ann!