by Josiah Fisk THE BOSTON MUSICAL INTELLIGENCER NOVEMBER 3, 2016 A very unusual show recently opened in Gloucester: a museum exhibition focusing solely on the musical instruments and furniture of a living builder. Entitled “Voicing the Woods: Jeremy Adams, Instrument...read more
Good Morning Gloucester, October 21, 2016. Sneak Peak and Do Not Miss the Stunning Jeremy Adams Exhibit at the Cape Ann Museum!!
A world renowned instrument maker, Jeremy Adams is a Gloucester artist whose extraordinarily beautiful instruments will be treasured for generations to come. To see these works of art displayed in the light filled gallery of the museum’s top floor is a magnificent gift to the community, and one not to missed. Additionally, a selection of Jeremy’s witty and whimsical furniture is displayed in the Museum’s 1804 Captain Elias Davis House.read more
Every time I visit Gloucester, Massachusetts, I feel a touch of magic. What creates that magic? For me, it is the coalescence of “culture” and the most down-to-earth humanity. Nowhere in Gloucester is this coalescence more potent than at the Cape Ann Museum....read more
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In the musty cavern of a former Seventh-day Adventist church, drawers have labels reading “tin scraps” and “too heavy,” clamps line up in brackets on the door, and fluorescent lights flicker. You can sense the sawdust in the air.read more