Lynn Anne Maguire Exhibit in Gloucester Opens Thru March


The works of Gloucester artist Lynn Anne Maguire will be the subject of a two-month lobby exhibit that opens this week on Thursday, February 27, and will run through April 26.  A reception will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 Noon on Saturday, March 9.  The artist will be on hand to share insights into her work and light refreshments. 

Lynn Anne Maguire is a watercolor artist specializing in nature and plein-air painting.  She is a member of several art associations, including the North Shore Art Association, the Rockport Art Association & Museum, the Nevada Watercolor Society, and the Virgin Valley Artists with the Mesquite Fine Arts Gallery.  

She has participated in various art festivals like the Escalante Canyon Fine Art Festival at Grand Staircase National Monument.

Lynn started her artistic career after 40 years of working as a physical therapist. She now runs an art studio on Rust Island in West Gloucester called Snug Harbor Studio, where she offers classes and workshops for aspiring artists.  She is also an avid supporter of the North Shore Waterfront Greenway, a project that aims to create a continuous bike and pedestrian path along the East Coast.

She enjoys traveling around the world, capturing the beauty of nature in various locations like Aix-en-Provence, St Remy and Arles in France and several national parks.  Maguire was recently interviewed on The Art Box podcast about her studio, and her vision of creating a new cultural center on Rust Island, where artists and nature lovers can gather and enjoy the scenic views of the Annisquam River.