Monday, November 8, 2010


Rocky Neck Art Colony is the oldest working art colony in America.
Almost every American artist of note has painted on Rocky Neck at some point in his or her career including Milton Avery, Cecilia Beaux, Theresa Bernstein, Nell Blaine, Stuart Davis, Frank Duveneck, Adolph Gottleib, Childe Hassam, Hans Hofmann, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Fitz Henry Lane, William Meyerowitz, Frederick Mulhaupt, Maurice Prendergast, Mark Rothko, John Sloan, and many others.
Today over 30 working artists display their work in Rocky Neck galleries and studios, exhibiting a wide range of styles and media. In addition to the galleries, area restaurants provide gourmet cuisine, waterfront views, and eclectic atmosphere.
Rainbow over RNAC
The winter show will be:  ROCKY NECK GOES TO TOWN: GREAT ART IN SMALL PACKAGES from November 26 through December 23, 2010 at 130 Main Street, Gloucester, Massachusetts, on the Boston North Shore (45 minutes north of Boston on Cape Ann).   Reception will be held on December 4th from 5 to 8 pm.  Please join us and shop, shop, shop!!  Volunteers welcome. 

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