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BankGloucester Hosts A Public Viewing for North Shore Artist Carole Loiacono in Gloucester August 9th – October 1st, 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

August 9, 2022

GLOUCESTER, MA – BankGloucester is hosting a public viewing in memory of late artist Carole Loiacono beginning  August 9th through October 1st in BankGloucester’s main lobby at 160 Main Street in Gloucester.  The public viewing is a great opportunity to personally see some of Mrs. Loiacono’s original artwork and learn about the individual paintings themselves.

Carole was a Plein Air artist whose love was to capture the inner beauty of the world around her. This exhibit is anchored by two paintings of which reflected her ultimate goal: to share her love and passion of nature through her paintings.

A collection of Carole’s paintings will be on display at the Bank from August 9th through October 1st, 2022. All are invited to come see these tremendous works of art.


Carole Loiacono, 1937-2022, was born in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from Pratt Institute with a B.S. in Art Education. She was a member of and taught the art of Watercolor Oils, Acrylics, and Pastels through many prestigious art associations both in New England and Florida, where she wintered for 20 years.


For additional information please contact:


Derek Clements, Marketing Manager – BankGloucester | dclements@bankgloucester.com | 978-675-9903

Ben Loiacono, Artist’s Husband | benjolla@msn.com | 978-281-6640


BankGloucester, with assets of $350 million, is a state-chartered mutual bank serving Gloucester and its neighboring communities since 1887. BankGloucester is headquartered at 160 Main Street in Gloucester and has branches at 15 Martin Street in Essex and 143 High Street in Ipswich. It is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and a member of the Deposit Insurance Fund (DIF). At BankGloucester, all deposits are insured in full.