Monday, June 30, 2008

Jersey Shore Artists: Kate Leigh Cutler, The Maritime History of the Barnegat Coast, NJ Museum of Boating

Our neighboring artist, Kate Leigh Cutler, has a new show that really breaks new ground (or water) for her: The Maritime History of the Barnegat Coast. At least in the peek I've seen, her new paintings are dark and ominous, tales of storms and shipwrecks.

The show starts with an opening reception on Sunday, July 27th from 5-8pm, and runs through September 1, 2008, at the New Jersey Museum of Boating (at Johnson Brother's Boat Works) in Bay Head, NJ.

P.S. -- Today is Rex's birthday, and up until about an hour ago, the girls and I were empty-handed. Then we put a sand castle butter yellow cake in the oven and went over to Katie's Shell Cottage Studio to buy Storm Torches, the painting in the picture above. The cake didn't turn out so well from a visual perspective, but it's going to be delicious!

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