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Gloucestercast 146 Taped At Cape Ann Giclee 8/13/15 with Guests Toby Pett, Sista Felicia, Ma, Merlyn Caswell-Mackey’s Mom, Ricardo Marnoto, Dave Fernandes, Craig Kimberley, James Eves, and Joey Ciaramitaro

GloucesterCastSquareGloucestercast 146 Taped At Cape Ann Giclee 8/13/15 with Guests Toby Pett, Sista Felicia, Ma, Merlyn Caswell- Mackey’s Mom,  Ricardo Marnoto, Dave Fernandes, Craig Kimberley, James Eves, and Joey Ciaramitaro

Topics Include: by Land, Sea, and Sky Opening At Cape Ann Giclee, Taping Using A new Podcast Hardware Set-Up Using The Behringer Ultra-Compact 4 Channel Stereo Headphone Amp the iPad and the Samson GoMic, Downtown Gloucester Block Party This Saturday, 7 Foot Tall Dog Guarding The Entrance To Cape Ann Giclee, Weekend Art Rundown with James Eves, The Guy From Rocky Neck Who Always Hits All The Art Openings For The Free Food And Wine Without Acknowledging The Artist, One Hour At A Time Gang Meets At Good Harbor Footbridge This Saturday at 8AM, Locks of Love vs Pantene Beautiful Lengths– Worth Checking Out The Differences, Law Hamilton, Our Alicia Unleashed Hostessing at Foreign Affairs, The Bike Racer That Smashed Into The Car Full Speed, The Behringer Headphone Amp Worked Flawlessly!

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Show by Award Winning Photographers Law Hamilton and Dale Blank with Sculptor John Fleming Opens October 2

DaleBlank_ToolCompany“Survey,” featuring many new works by photographers Dale Blank and Law Hamilton and sculptor John Fleming, will be showing at the Rockport Art Association’s Martha Moore Room on October 2 through October 16, 2011.  An Opening Reception with the artists will be held on Sunday afternoon, October 2, from 2 – 4pm.

The collaboration of Ms. Blank, a Gloucester landscape photographer, Ms. Hamilton, a Rockport naturalist photographer, and Rockport artist/sculptor Fleming, “Survey” provides sweeping landscapes, graphic close-ups and double exposures designed to share their unique views of the world. Most of the photographs are representations of Cape Ann.  Mr. Fleming’s work is full of texture, yet reminiscent of charcoal drawing.
His sculptures inhabit the world created by the photographs.

“My sculpture primarily involves the human figure. To work on a sculpture, building and shaping the surface only to cut parts away and rebuild again, is to try to impart the same sense of growth, neglect, breaking down and recovery that we all experience,” says John.

Dale waits for the best light, in the golden hours before sunrise and sunset, or in the aftermath of a storm.  “I hope to increase appreciation of the natural and built environments by sharing the beauty of these places.” Reflections, symmetrical components and fleeting light are the mainstays of her work.

Law is known for her unique photographs of the region’s flora.  “Love of nature leads me to express through investigation, using patterns to lead the eye to a new perspective of what otherwise might be passed by,” she states.

All three are artist members of the Rockport Art Association. Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, 10am – 5pm and Sunday, 12pm – 5pm. Galleries are open free to the public.