Deering Arts Gallery

The Deering Art Gallery is currently featuring three artists: 

Juni VanDyke, longtime resident of Manchester, will exhibit paintings related to her connection with Gloucester.  "The Cape Ann landscape is a subliminal force directing my art and tethering me to a love of color and the infinite configurations of abstraction.  Traveling to my job in Gloucester, I cross over the elevated Annisquam bridge, where below the sea is an ever-changing miracle of patterns and light, holding promise for later."  VanDyke's work is held in the permanent collection of The Cape Ann Museum.  Her work is represented by The Jane Deering Gallery, and throughout the US by Room and Board, Inc. 

Printmaker Coco Berkman uses exquisite multi-color reductive printmaking techniques to captures the humor and nuances of ordinary living in her beloved Gloucester.  Berkman is a member of The Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, and The Boston Printmakers, where she has been a guest panelist and was selected as one of the honored winners in TheNorth American Print Biennial (2015).   

Danish born, Gloucester resident Pia Juhl, is well known for her light filled paintings depicting quarries and giant rock formations inspired by the local geography.  She has had numerous exhibitions in Europe and on Cape Ann, including The Jane Deering Gallery.  

The exhibition continues through September. 

The South Shore Art Center is located at 

119 Ripley Road, Cohasset 


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