seARTS 9th and biggest art loan installation at Bass Rocks Golf Club opened last night. Visitors to Bass Rocks Golf Club will be able to see the art of 14 artists selected for this year’s seARTS art loan, and it’s all for sale. As if the art, food and party weren’t enough, the reception included brief panel talks about the national Cape Ann Plein Air festival that will kick off this October 11-16, 2016.
Leslie Heffron above, and below her painting in the distance and painting in the foreground is by Joan Bediz
Above, first time in the art loan @ Bass Rocks, Leigh with her husband Betts. Look for Leigh Slingluff’s painting hanging near prints by Rusty and Ingrid.
First prize went to Deb Schradieck. Head to seARTS for a complete list of all the participants and winners and to Bass Rocks to see all the artists (I didn’t get to take pictures of every work) Congratulations to all!
A work by Ron Diebboll, also a Cape Ann Artisans participating artist.
More pictures follow the break
My friend Marilyn Swift’s reception is this coming Saturday the 19th from 11am to 1pm. If you can’t make it to the reception, her paintings will be on display through May13th. Exquisite paintings Marilyn!
Come see Marilyn Swift’s exquisite solo show at the lovely gallery at Saint John’s Episcopal Church in Beverly Farms. The opening is this coming Saturday afternoon, May 9th, from 4 to 6pm. Congratulations Marilyn!
Check out Marilyn’s Website here–
NEW ENGLAND PAINTINGS:
watercolors by MARILYN SWIFT and oils by BRUCE TURNER
Meet the artists at the Opening Reception
Saturday, September 24th from 2-4pm
North Shore Arts Association
11 Pirates Lane
Gloucester, MA 01930
Water and oil mix well in this exhibition at the North Shore Arts Association, September 19 through October 2nd. Marilyn Swift will join up with former Rockport gallery partner Bruce Turner for a show in the Gordon Grant Room. Marilyn will exhibit recent plein air watercolors of coastal New England and Bruce will show new oils. More information available at NSAA 978-283-1857 or www.nsarts.org.
From Rocky Neck News-
Boats at Cripple Cove, watercolor by Marilyn Swift
See Marilyn Swift’s recent watercolor paintings of Cape Ann at Bank Gloucester, 160 Main Street. Exhibition continues until January 9, 2010.