Work of Artist Rosalie Cuticchia Featured in Silent Auction at Nov 1 Music for Change Concert

October 21, 2014

Rosalie Cuticchia ( has generously donated two canvas-wrapped giclee’s. A giclee is a high quality reproduction using archival fine art materials.

The pieces are “Janis Joppa-Lin,” an 8X10 canvas wrapped giclee named after Janis Joplin and the Joppa Flats area where “Janis” was first spotted and “In Charge,” an 8X10 canvas wrapped giclee titled after a seagull who was on watch on Plum Island.

Rosalie has worked as a professional artist for 11 years. She is a founding member of the Bridge Gallery Cooperative and was the creator and owner of Ferry Wharf Gallery in Newburyport. She has been represented by Bridge Gallery, Donati Fine Art, Ferry Wharf Gallery, andThe North Shore Atelier. Her Solo Show, “Panoply”, was recently on exhibit at the Newburyport Art Association.

These pieces are yet another reason to get your tickets now to the Nov 1 Music for Change Concert and Silent Auction.

Saturday, November 1

6:30-10:30 pm

Belleville Stage (300 High Street)

Tickets ($20 in advance) are available online at or at Dyno Records (1 Middle St Newburyport) or Belleville Office (300 High Street – Tues, Thurs, Fri 9-1 pm).

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