Paul Ciaramitaro One-Artist Show
November 10 – 21, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 10th, 2 – 4 PM
Wild Flora and Fauna of Cape Ann in Cubes – An exhibition of oil paintings by Gloucester artist Paul Ciaramitaro will open in the Marguerite Pearson Room of the Rockport Art Association & Museum (RAA&M) on Saturday, November 10th with an artist’s reception from 2 – 4 PM. The exhibition will be on view Saturday, November 10 – Wednesday, November 21. Paul Ciaramitaro is primarily a realist painter, however, he occasionally enjoys painting in a Cubist style and his creative explorations in Cubism are featured in this exhibit.
Paul Ciaramitaro, a lifelong resident of Cape Ann, began his love of art as a child. Over the years, he has been influenced by the Renaissance artists, as well as Aldro Hibbard, Emile Gruppe and especially Charles Movalli. In the 1970’s, Paul became a student of Movalli’s and was deeply inspired by him. He told Paul, “If you learn something from every painting you do, you will become an artist.”
In between his grueling hours as a commercial fisherman and dockworker, Paul sketched and painted in his spare time and worked hard to glean all that he could from his mentors. His commitment and talent led him to become a well-established and accomplished Cape Ann artist. His paintings have won many awards and his work can be found in both private and corporate collections, as well as in prestigious galleries and museums such as the Cape Ann Museum.
Over the past several decades, Paul has taught numerous classes and workshops, which have been widely attended, and he has served as a juror for many exhibitions. He is a juried artist member of both the North Shore Arts Association and the Rockport Art Association & Museum.
When asked about being an artist Paul says, “I’m serious about it. I’m passionate about it and I love it!”
RAA&M Fall Hours:
Open Tuesday – Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM; Sunday 12 – 5 PM. For more information on this and other shows, please visit the RAA&M’s website at www.rockportartassn.org
Flatrocks Gallery’s show
Wrap It Up! #2
November 10 – December 16
An Opening Party will be held:
Saturday, November 10th from 5-7pm.
All are welcome!
Flatrocks Gallery’s show, Wrap It Up! #2, celebrates 10 years in business and their final show, with an invitation to all their past artists to participate. It is a packed house! Committed to community artists, Flatrock’s final exhibition displays the wealth of talent among us here on Cape Anne, featuring:
Willie Alexander, Kurt Ankeny, Bob Anderson, Peggy Badenhausen, Stephen Bates, Joan Benotti, Coco Berkman, Kyle Browne, Paul Cary Goldberg, Debbie Clarke, Pat Lowery Collins, Pamela Courtleigh, Anne Marie Crotty, Jill Demeri, Loren Doucette, Barbe Ennis, Billy Evans, Jack Evans, Brooks Gibson, Frances Hamilton, Alisa Harding-Stein, Ilana Krepchin, Slim Larsen, Ann Lafferty, Otto Laske, Joy Halsted, Leslie Heffron, Victoria Lopez, Erin Luman, Andrew Houle, Nina Fletcher, Roger Martin, Shaun McNiff, Anni Melancon, Hiroshi Minato, Ruth Mordecai, Marty Morgan, Adin Murray, Pia Juhl Nadel, Lee Nadel, Mary Lou Nye, Hans Pundt, Margaret Rack, Jenny Rangan, Judy Robinson-Cox, Joyce Roessler, Lyla Roth, Lynne Sausele, Margaret Rack, Kay Ray, Anne Rearick, Mary Rhinelander, Katherine Richmond, Gabrielle Rossmer, Mary Jane Sawyer, Dawn Southworth, Marty Swanson, Jill Solomon, Karen Tusinski, Juni Van Dyke, Anna Vojtech, Rokhaya Waring, Jan Weinshanker, Mark Williamson, Rebekah Wostrel, Judy Wright
Flatrocks Gallery 77 Langford St. Gloucester.
Open Saturday and Sunday noon to 5pm or by appointment. 978-353-9111.
North Shore Artist’s Work on Display at First Ipswich Bank’s Ipswich Branch Ipswich
First Ipswich Bank is pleased to announce that work by local artist, Susan H. Ingram, is on display at its Ipswich branch, 31 Market Street, through January 2019.
Susan has been painting in watercolors and teaching its techniques for the past 30 years. She has studied with many well‐known artists, and spent several years learning from the late Martin Ahern.
Susan recently moved from Ipswich, where she has an established reputation as a popular local landscape artist and teacher. She presently resides in Gloucester, where she taught for many years in the public schools. Susan continues to teach watercolor techniques to workshop groups and private individuals. She continues to participate in local art shows and she accepts private commissions, as well.
“We are surrounded by an enormous wealth of talent in Ipswich, as well as the entire North Shore and Cape Ann area, and we are fortunate that we have the opportunity to highlight, at least a small bit of it, in our branches,” noted First Ipswich Bank President, Jim McCarthy.
About the program:
A different local artist’s work is displayed every three months in the Bank’s Gloucester and Ipswich branches.
Susan’s work will be on display in Ipswich through January. A new artist will then be featured from February ‐ April 2019.