May 2014 Jozy Fine Art Newsletter

 

Jozy Fine Art Newsletter                                                 May 2014

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Spring is Here!

The forsythia are blooming, and the island of Nantucket has over 3 million daffodils or every color, shape, and size. If the weather holds and the ferries are running, don’t miss a trip to our nearby neighbor to see the blooms.

Fine art photography is blooming at Jozy Fine Art – from the iconic images of New England to the spectacular photos of Africa.

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Join us May 24, 5-7pm for Adventures in Photography: Africa: Wildlife of the Okavango Delta, Botswana featuring the work of fine art photographer L. Robert Jasper of Cape Cod. Jasper spent three weeks in Africa on a photography safari capturing images as spectacular as they are varied. Meet the artist, share some wine and cheese, and discuss his African experience at the reception. The gallery will open daily (except Tuesdays) from May 24 through the season. This exhibit will continue through June 18.

Lynn Shaler’s newest work, Le Temps Suspendu, is a stunning miniature now available framed and unframed. Lynn’s work is shown in a New York City gallery and has already sold out there. It is truly a must-have piece for Shaler collectors.

Jozy Fine Art will host seven Artist’s Receptions this season.  All are Saturdays, 5-7pm.

These receptions give visitors a chance to meet many of the artists and other collectors. Last year’s receptions were festive events enjoyed by everyone who attended. The 2014 schedule is:

May 24: L. Robert Jasper: Adventures in Photography: Africa (details above)

June 14: Lou Clark Photography: A Retrospective

June 28: Expressions in Beads: Hand-wrought Jewelry by Jayne Capps ( OF SPECIAL INTERESTThe Artist’s Reception for Jayne Capps will include complementary fashions from RAGG TIME, the popular Orleans clothing store. On display through July 3rd. )

July 19: Pieces of Me: Eclectic Art of Iva Liebert

August 9: The French Connection: Lynn Shaler

August 30: Cool Off with ICE: Photography of Alaska and Antarctica

October 11: Cape Artist Karen North Wells: Before the Fall

Please check our website www.jozyfineart.com for details about the work we’re showing at each exhibit…   Jozy

Enjoy beautiful Cape Cod, the Art and other events…

Art events are beginning in earnest, so enjoy May on the Cape!

BARNSTABLE
May 17-18, 10am – 4pm
Art in the Garden – art for outdoors, gardens, backyards, etc.
The Cape Cod Art Association
3480 Route 6A, Barnstable
For more information: www.capecodartassoc.org

BREWSTER
May 1-31
Henry and Mudge Artwork on Display by illustrator Sucie Stevenson
Brewster Ladies Library
1822 Main St., Brewster
For more information: nmorganstein@brewsterladieslibrary.org or 508-896-3913

April 28 – May 31
Naturescape Gallery with Artist John Small
Paintings, sculptures and other collections
The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
869 Main St., Brewster
For more information: www.ccmnh.org

May 24-25, 10am – 4pm both days
By the Bay Memorial Day Weekend Show. – Arts and crafts
Lemon Tree Village
1069 Main St., Brewster
Pets are welcome
For more information: www.bythebayshows.com

DENNIS
May 9, 5-8pm
Opening Reception: Light Defines, New Oil Paintings by Suzanne M. Packer
Cape Cod Chat House Gallery
593 Route 6A, Dennis
For more information: www.capecodchathouse.com

FALMOUTH
May 1-15, Mon-Fri 10-4, Sun 10-2, Closed Sat
Ambient Light: Highfield Interiors in Oil by Doug Rugh
Highfield Hall & Gardens
56 Highfield Drive, Falmouth, Ma
Many other May events at the Hall. Check the web site.
For more Information: www.highfieldhall.org

SANDWICH
April 28 – October 31
McDermott Glass Gallery: Glass by Artists David McDermott, Yukimi Matsumoto, Isable Green and Bryan Randa
Sandwich Glass Museum
129 Main Street, Sandwich
For more information: www.sandwichglassmuseum.org

About the Gallery

About the Gallery

I am a long time collector of art from both new artists and the well known. My vision for Jozy Fine Art is a gallery that will present work from artists long collected while providing a venue for new talent struggling for attention. I like themes, so we’ll use some of my favorites to feature oils and acrylics, aquatint etching, fine art photography, and handcrafted jewelry. The gallery space is open and comfortable – meant to welcome all visitors… Jozy