Good Morning Gloucester

Last weekend I went for a stroll in Rockport to visit some of the shops and galleries that are starting to open, now that warmer weather is here.

Among the doors that were open was that of Corey Tevan’s gallery on Bearskin Neck.

It’s worth the visit just to meet Corey, who is a very warm and interesting person.  He brings a great spiritual and artistic sensitivity to his work.

Many of the paintings on display are ethereal, otherworldly cityscapes with one or two dominant, deeply saturated hues, although examples of other kinds of work are also on display – some with brilliant rainbows of color, as you can see in the background of the last photo in this post.  Some of the paintings exhibited are still works in process, at varying stages – from fathomless starry skies waiting to be occupied, to cities still emerging from the blue mist…

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About Matthew Green

I am a translator, origami artist/teacher, and photographer, a blogger, former philosophy professor, and I love to sing. You can see my photos on Flickr and buy prints of some of them on Fine Art America. You can find me on Instagram, Twitter (@mehjg), and in various and sundry other social media sites on the web.
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  1. Tony says:

    Hello Matthew, i just wanted to give you an update on Corey’s gallery. He has since left Bearskin Neck but does still reside in Rockport. He paints and shows his work from his home gallery on South St. You can get more info from his new website:

    I am also a big fan of Corey’s work and lucky enough to be one of his students, as well as his friend 🙂 Thanks for sharing this post with the blogosphere. -Tony Scanlon

    • Thanks for the update, Tony! I live far away now (northeastern Mexico) but maybe the next time I get up there I can visit Corey’s home gallery. One of his paintings travelled with me down to Mexico and is in my home office here.

      • Tony says:

        Oh nice, Corey will be happy to hear that. You wouldn’t happen to have a photo of it in it’s new home, would you? I also manage Corey’s new website and am always looking for content. Thanks again Matthew.

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