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A Cape Cod Presence in the U.S. Embassy in Ireland How did it come to be that paintings of scenes of Cape Cod will soon be prominently displayed in the American Ambassador’s official residence in Dublin Ireland? James & His Dad, Jamie, Kayaking on Bass River, Cape Cod, Oil, 48" x 48" It appears that by happenstance our new Ambassador to Ireland, Claire Cronin, loves Cape Cod and loves Ann Sullivan’s paintings of Cape Cod life. Sullivan says it was a complete surprise and an unexpected honor when the Ambassador expressed her desire to have Sullivan’s paintings in the Ambassador’s residence in Dublin. Now, Sullivan has learned that 7 of her paintings have been selected for the Ambassador’s residence. The paintings will be on loan for approximately three years. The lot is scheduled to be shipped in September, but until then, the paintings can be viewed through the summer at the Ann Sullivan Gallery in South Yarmouth. Sullivan and her husband, who was born in Ireland, and their extended family there, look forward to visiting the exhibit, and Sullivan is thrilled that her paintings will be shining a light on Cape Cod through the Embassy’s worldwide window. You can find Ann Sullivan’s paintings on her website annsullivangallery.wordpress.com or by visiting her gallery this summer at 1365 MA-28 in South Yarmouth. Provincetown Art Association & Museum / Provincetown Public Library From August 26-November 13, the Provincetown Art Association & Museum will be featuring, “Out of the Blue: Cyanotypes” by artists Midge Battelle, Rebecca Bruyn and Amy Heller. On Thursday, September 1st at 6 pm, there will be a Fredi Schiff Levin Lecture with the artists and curator, and an opening reception will be held on Friday, September 2nd at 6 pm. Artists and co-authors Amy Heller and Gail Browne will be at the Provincetown Public Library…
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