June 2017

Holidaying in Cape Cod

By admin on June 29, 2017

People will be flocking to Cape Cod for Fourth of July weekend. Like the dock in Jane Stoddard’s “Crowded” painting, highways and beaches will be packed, with thousands traveling to Cape Cod for the holiday.   Crowded, watercolor, 24 x 20   If you are relaxing at Cape Cod this weekend, keep an eye out for […]


Tall Ships Sailing in this Weekend

By admin on June 16, 2017

Tall Ships Sailing in this Weekend This weekend, Sail Boston arrives along the waterfront, with ships hailing from all over the world. Over the next week, participating ships will be docked at various wharves and piers throughout the city with events free and open to the public. At Sea, Co|So’s National Maritime Show, includes 32 […]


The Journey of Anne Grandin’s African Light

By Aly Schuman on June 2, 2017

It was on safari in Tanzania in 2015 that Anne Grandin was struck by the vibrant sunsets and sunrises over the African plains. Every morning, Anne and her husband awoke at 6 AM to watch the sunrise over the plains, and then, at the end of the day, watched the light fade behind the acacia […]