The first time I met Judith Goetemann was at the Goetemann Gallery, the cutest gallery in Rocky Neck, Gloucester, MA. I was enjoying a great exhibition of Gordon, Judith’s husband, in the entrance room and then I took my right to the second room and I was blown away with amazing batiks of Judith. Sun was… Read More Judith Goetemann, batik on silk art studio
Yesterday morning when I went to the ocean in Ventnor City (near Atlantic City) I saw a scary sea creature I never saw before. I did recognize it from the old drawings from books about the sea, but could not imagine I would ever see it. This animal was obviously struggling, the sea has thrown… Read More Saving a living fossil.
I like fireworks and I like music, how could it get possibly better then both things together? Boston Pops is the orchestra’s annual free outdoor Fourth of July concert, this year was its 39th year. We came to Boston early, as we wanted to get our wrist-bends for the music section. We spent all day walking… Read More Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular 2012
I would like to start a series of blog posts about Russian Masters of Art. Russian has amazing painters in my opinion that and not really known outside of country, I hope I can help you to discover them and refresh my own memory. And my first artist is Abram Arkhipov (Russian: Абра́м Ефи́мович Архи́пов) (August… Read More Russian artists: Abram Arkhipov
When I went to the fisherman area in Rock Port to take some pictures next to the water I have found this funny-scarry sign that encouraged me to be a good girl around. I really enjoyed to be there, all of those fishing little houses, lobster traps, boats…
From the first day of the residency I knew I came to the right place. Wonderful people, organizers of the program, local artists, residents of Gloucester, everybody was so kind and helpful to me during my whole month of June 2012. I am very thankful to everybody in the community, you made my stay here… Read More Goetemann Artists in Residency Experience