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.
Artists interested in competing in Cape Ann Plein Air make sure to apply by the July 14th deadline.
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
After brief opening remarks from seARTS, invited speakers included: panelist artist and teacher David Philip Curtis;
artist Dan Delouise;
Ken Riaf, director of the Chamber;
artist and Rocky Neck director Karen Ristuben;
artist Marilyn Swift;
and dealer Matthew Swift, Trident Gallery.