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Monthly Archives: May 2011
“I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I should have been more specific.”
Mary Jean (Lily) Tomlin (1939- )
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Detroit born comedian and actress Tomlin got her first big break in 1969 as a member of Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In where she developed long-running characters such as Ernestine, the telephone operator, and Edith Ann, the wise and plain spoken five-year-old. She went on to create memorable roles in movies including “All of Me”, “Nine to Five” and “Short Cuts.” She was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in Altman’s “Nashville”, and has received numerous awards including four Emmys, a Tony, and a Grammy for her Broadway and recorded work including the one-woman show "The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe".
photo from Susan Lucas
Wednesday, June 8th 7:30 to 9:00 pm.
Presenter: Jim McAllister, Local Historian and Art Collector
From the sandy beaches of Lynn and Swampscott to the rugged fishing communities of Cape Ann to the marshes of Ipswich, Boston ’s North Shore has long been a magnet for artists from America and Europe .
Winslow Homer, the Impressionist Childe Hassam, and Maurice Prendergast are just a few of the famous painters who were drawn to the area and left behind their visual impressions of its natural beauty and residents.
Join Jim McAllister as he traces the development of the lively North Shore art scene between 1870 and 1930. McAllister will profile some of the area’s home grown painters, including Frank Weston Benson, Arthur Wesley Dow, and Charles Woodbury. He will also look at specific North Shore locales, especially the Lynn Beach area, Ipswich, and East Gloucester , where artists gathered to paint.
McAllister’s talk will be heavily illustrated with images of works depicting North Shore scenes by both resident and visiting artists. These works will range from urban views of Gloucester by John Sloan, Edward Hopper, and Stuart Davis, to woodblock prints of the Ipswich River by Arthur Wesley Dow; to the charming naive paintings by Marblehead ’s J.O.J. Frost.
66 Main Street, Essex Essex Shipbuilding Museum
Admission $8 members, $10 nonmembers For more information call (978) 768-7541
“Art, Rocks!” 12pm Post? What?
Was I supposed to post something at 12pm Today?
The Next Art rock ain’t gonna happen til’ Sunday Morning!
It’s a special edition ROCK!
Joey’s a pain in my A$$! 🙂