Located on the edge of the Old Harbor on Bearskin Neck in historic Rockport, Massachusetts, the Barn Gallery displays the work of artists Andrew Menna and his daughter Andrea Menna Taylor. The Mennas have had a gallery in Rockport since 1970.
Bearskin Neck is one of the first art colonies on the North Shore. The Barn
Gallery is located on the water in what was originally an oxen barn during the
heyday of granite quarrying in Rockport. This quaint and picturesque setting
is home to many well-known artists, shops, and restaurants. It's a fun place to
spend the day and a prime tourist attraction.
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(click to view more paintings by Andrew Menna)
|Andrew Menna (oil painting at left) paints in oils and watercolors. Following in the footsteps of Roger Curtis, he taught oil painting at the Lexington Arts Association in Lexington, Massachusetts. He also studied with Wayne Morrell, Don Stone, John Chetcuti, and Carl Peters. His work is in collections throughout the United States and Europe. He is a graduate of Boston University and a member of the North Shore Art Association.
(click to view more paintings by Andrea
Taylor (etching and aquatint at left) is an artist working in
oils, watercolor, pen and ink, and printmaking. She studied with her father,
and is a graduate of Regis College where she majored in art. Andrea is a member
of Copley Society (C.A.), the Concord and Rockport, and North Shore Art
Associations. Andrea has received many awards at Rockport Art.