John Cameron and the artists at 34 Mt. Pleasant Avenue in Gloucester are hosting Open Studios Saturday, November 19, from 3 to 7 p.m.
Some of John’s newest work will be on display, along with other interesting things — work in progress, drawings, mock-ups, prints, flyrods, etc.
John’s wife, Ann Conneman, will be on hand with lettering in stone and books.
There are three artist’s studios, a museum-quality antique repair studio, a restoration carpentry shop, and an upholsterer in addition to John’s studio.
For Gloucester-area music aficionados, John is playing at the Rhumb Line, Railroad Avenue, Gloucester, on Friday, November 18, with Tony and Sam Goddess, and with the Orville Giddins band on the night before Thanksgiving, Wednesday, November 23, same venue.