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GALLERY TALK with JOHN PETTIBONE & PETER ANASTAS
Jun
25
11:00 AM11:00

GALLERY TALK with JOHN PETTIBONE & PETER ANASTAS

Mysterious Lives: The Art of Winslow Wilson & Pico Miran:
Gallery Talk with John Pettibone & Peter Anastas
Tuesday, June 25th, 11:00 AM

The RAA&M is pleased to offer Gallery Talks to support and enhance our Special Exhibitions.
Gallery Talks are free for RAA&M Members and $5 for Non-Members

Image: Winslow Wilson, Farmer Portrait, Oil, 25 x32”.

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GALLERY TALK with JUDITH A. CURTIS
Jun
18
11:00 AM11:00

GALLERY TALK with JUDITH A. CURTIS

Mysterious Lives: The Art of Winslow Wilson & Pico Miran:
Gallery Talk with Author and Art Historian Judith A. Curtis

Tuesday, June 18th, 11:00 AM

The RAA&M is pleased to offer Gallery Talks to support and enhance our Special Exhibitions.
Gallery Talks are free for RAA&M Members and $5 for Non-Members

Image: Winslow Wilson/Pico Miran, Processions Defunctive, Oil, 25x30”.

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Auction Preview Gallery Talk with Judith A. Curtis
Apr
28
2:00 PM14:00

Auction Preview Gallery Talk with Judith A. Curtis

Join noted Cape Ann Art Historian and author Judith A. Curtis for a gallery talk and walk-through tour of the auction artists, as featured in her article from the April issue of American Art Review magazine titled “The Cape Ann School – A Voyage of Discovery.”

ARTWORK : Lot # 55 : South Street Rain, Anthony Thieme (1888-1954), Oil On Canvas, 20 x 24 in., signed, Very Good, $4000-7000

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Gallery Walk & Talk with T.M. Nicholas
Dec
20
2:00 PM14:00

Gallery Walk & Talk with T.M. Nicholas

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Join T.M. Nicholas, President of the Board of Governors at RAA&M, for this insightful conversation about the history and the artistic integrity of some of the artist highlighted in the current special exhibition, The Art of Collecting : A Fundraising Exhibition.

The Art of Collecting : A Fundraising Exhibition showcases artwork from private collections from across New England with most works not being publicly displayed in some time. All artwork in this exhibition is available for purchase and will support the mission and vision of the RAA&M.

The exhibition includes works by:  Aldro T. Hibbard, Emile Gruppe, W. Lester Stevens, Guy Wiggins, Hayley Lever, George Oberteuffer, Kathryn Cherry, Walter Clark, Charles Movalli and many more.

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Gallery Walk & Talk with John Pettibone - Stow Wengenroth : New England's Master Lithographer
Nov
17
2:00 PM14:00

Gallery Walk & Talk with John Pettibone - Stow Wengenroth : New England's Master Lithographer

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John Pettibone is originally from Ohio, but moved to Rockport in 1965. Shortly after, he was on the staff at the Rockport Art Association (1969-1978).  He later served as Assistant Curator of Collections and Education at the Higgins Armory Museum in Worcester, MA (1978-1983).  More recently, he retired as Curator of Education and Executive Director of the Hammond Castle Museum in Gloucester, MA (1983-2016).

John first met Stow Wengenroth the summer he arrived in Rockport from Ohio.  Stow Wengenroth was staying at the Granite Shore Inn up the street from the Rockport Art Association.  John originally was introduced to the work of Wengenroth by his grandmother who spent several decades summering on Cape Ann and knew most of the artists living and working there.  Stow Wengenroth’s art was exactly what John loved - a detailed, exacting beauty with his use of black and white to express all the color in our environment.

As a mentor, Wengenroth could catch the essence in just a few words and always had a very positive outlook on you as an artist and your art.  Moreover, you could learn quite a bit from Wengenroth’s philosophies on life and art as well.  Stow Wengenroth is greatly missed, but his work in this current exhibition at the Rockport Art Association & Museum celebrates his life, artwork and his contribution to the creative community.

I remember one time when I was working at Tuck’s Pharmacy, I quickly went back to my apartment, grabbed my sketchbook and pencils and joined Wengenroth on the pier to sketch. 

- John Pettibone, former Executive Director & Curator of Education
Hammond Castle Museum

RAA&M Members: Free / Non-Members: $5

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