On the walls at Zeke’s place, summer 2017:
Nancy Alimansky from Newton and Phyllis Paster from Wellesley are showing drawings in the main room. Both watercolor artists have painted Cape Ann scenes, many from Gloucester and Rockport.
David Kielier resides and works in Gloucester.
The first business to respond to the Mayor’s arts hotline was Zeke’s Place.
Nancy, owner, Morning Glory Restaurant, Western Avenue, Gloucester, MA. Work by local artists changes frequently– a welcome venue option for display and sales.
Happy Belly is chock full of talent. Bakery? Check. Happy Belly will have hand crafted foodie heaven pastries, cookies, and all manner of can’t wait to see what’s made daily baked goods. How do I know since it’s not open? Trust me they have it covered.
Master pastry chef extraordinaire, Melissa Hays, is in the house
Sticky Fingers is sticking around. And I can’t wait to look up! Artist Danny Diamond will be tackling that chalkboard wrap around. Diamond painted a showstopper for Happy Belly sister restaurant, Minglewood Tavern at Latitude.
Happy Belly, 3 Duncan Street, Gloucester, MA, a Serenitee Restaurant Group property.
Another Door Opens sneak peek inside Happy Belly ‘before’ buildout in process April 2017
Danny Diamond post
There’s a little something for everyone at Willow Rest, 1 Holly Street, Gloucester, MA
T-Shirts by Karen Pischke
GloucesterCast 225 with Karen Pischke and Joey Ciaramitaro
Many Gloucester area businesses rotate exhibitions which can benefit local artists tremendously. The independent coffee stop nearest Good Harbor Beach Cape Ann Coffees at 86 Bass Avenue, Gloucester, MA, features art, stretching out show dates with 3-4 art exhibitions annually. There is also designated wall space set aside for business cards and community news.
Cape Ann Coffees has indoor and outdoor breakfast | lunch seating, and bakery goodies made fresh on the premises.
Currently on view: a solo exhibit of 10 paintings by Jay Brancaleone. There are also two works by Lynda Hyry Figurido .