The front flower mural was created with tape by Ruth Worrall and it has held up beautifully. The stunning fish mural on the side of the building was also made with tape but because it was a different surface the tape began to peel. The fantastic fish mural was designed by Lydia Giangregorio.
It’a all a wonderful experiment so we’ll see how the next fares, which by the way will be Fiesta-themed, as shared by Art Haven director Traci Thayne Corbett.
Photos from Saturday evening’s tree lighting event, including several of Traci Thayne Corbett, Art Haven’s director, and her super helpers Lily and Cee Cee. Traci is the person who helps the kids in creating all the fabulous hand painted buoys that adorn the tree.
Traci, Lily, and Cee Cee
Tremendous thanks and huge shout outs to David Brooks, Shawn Henry, Traci Corbett, Warren Waugh, Cape Ann Art Haven, Three Lantern Marine Fishing, Great Marsh Brewing Co, Gloucester Fire Department, the City of Gloucester, and to all the great people volunteering their time and money towards continuing this fabulous and uniquely Gloucester tradition <3
David Brooks, also known as Spider Man, securing the star atop the tree.