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Happy New Year from Crayton Cove! 

January 2012

Art Gallery Old Naples2

Proudly Presents

Fabulous Florida

Opening Reception 

Saturday, January 14, 6-9 p.m.

On view January 14-28

 

"Out of the Swamp"
By Ruth Sholler

Paintings by 12 local artists define the usual, unusual and unique in Southwest Florida ... beach scenes, wildlife, flora, fauna and other favorites of Naples artists.

 

Roxanne Buscemi
Linda Chambers
Ann Dalton
Cheri Dunnigan

Linda Chambers

Ann Dalton

Cheri Dunnigan

Alice Fjestul

Tanya Trinkans Glass

"Bird of Paradise" 
By Linda Chambers

Travis Klotz

Patti Leavitt

Kathryn O'Leary

Ruthe Sholler

And gallery owners

Karen S. Stone & 

Lynne B. Wilcox

 

 

Art Gallery Old Naples2

At Crayton Cove

1187 8th St. South
Hours
Wed. - Fri. 1-4 p.m.
Fri. - Sat. 6-9 p.m.

For more info contact:
Karen Stone (239)560-9569 -or-
Lynne B. Wilcox (941)587-4040. 

Phil Fisher Gallery &

Guess-Fisher Gallery

Proudly Present

Everything Italian

Saturday, January 28, 6-9 p.m. 

"Villa Giulia"
By Natalie Guess-Fisher
  
"Spend an evening in Italy," or at least be surrounded by "Everything Italian," on Saturday, January 28, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Guess-Fisher Gallery & Phil Fisher Gallery/Studio.
"Tuscan Patchwork"
By Phil Fisher
will feature artwork of Italy.  The evening will be filled with the tastes, sounds and views of Italy interpreted in watercolors, oils and batiks by Phil Fisher and Natalie Guess.  Through their artwork, you will travel from areas around Tuscany to coastal Portofino and up to Lago di Como, with special views of Bellagio. The evening will feature intriguing presentations by Susan Agnelli, Custom Tour Designer specializing in Italy, and Lilly Zanetti, who are both known for producing & importing olive oil from their own grove in Tuscany.  Come and enjoy!

Bamboo Cafe French Home Cooking Certified as 

Naples' First Green Business

 

"Bamboo Cafe in Naples has another specialty on the menu besides French home cooking. The restaurant in Crayton Cove has qualified to become Naples' first certified green business.

 

Taking the steps to earn certification sped up a process owner-chef Lisa Boet already had started; for many years, she has stocked her menu with locally grown produce and sustainably caught seafood, she said.

 

"It just sort of naturally evolved," Boet said. "Naples has set a goal of certifying 25 green businesses as the city enters the homestretch of a year-long community outreach program to teach residents and business owners how to save energy, water and money."

 

Source: Naples Daily News

Click here to read the full article on NaplesNews.com  

Art After Dark
At the Galleries of Crayton Cove

Saturday, January 14 | 6 - 9 p.m.

 

Time again for Art After Dark! On the second Saturday of each month Crayton Cove studios and galleries are open, exhibiting art and serving wine and hors d'ouevres. It's a great opportunity to experience the culture of Naples by the bay in Crayton Cove. Stroll the galleries, enjoy a meal at one of Naples' best restaurants, and sip a Crayton Cove original daiquiri. It's a wonderful way to spend a Saturday evening in Naples.

Dining Al Fresco
On the Cove Terrace at

The Dock at Crayton Cove
845 12th Avenue South 

 

Tucked away on the north side of The Dock restaurant is a charming outdoor dining area called the Cove Terrace. Nestled among palm trees and directly adjacent to the boatslips and Bay, this brick-paved terrace is ideal for al fresco dining.  Whether an intimate evening for two under the stars, or private party for family, friends, or colleagues, consider the Cove Terrace at The Dock.  It's the real taste of Naples...and Naples' best kept secret!  For information regarding booking a private party, please call 263-9940. 

Art Gallery Old Naples2

Proudly Presents

An Artist's Tribute

Graphite Studies by

Lionel Heddy

"Meet the Artist" Opening Reception

Saturday, February 11 | 6-9 p.m.

On view February 11- March 11

 

"Artist Jerry Vallez"
By Lionel Heddy

All Naples artists deserve more than a little recognition. That is the personal view by local artist Lionel Heddy, who has developed a body of work to express his gratitude. The show features painterly graphite on paper portraits of Naples artists -- the unsung heroes who have documented the history of Naples. Among the artists portrayed are Jerry Vallez, Phil Fisher and Natalie Guess, Paul Arsenault, Sam Platt, Nora Butler, Jeff Fessenden, Jim Rice, Karen Stone, Lynne B. Wilcox and others. For more info contact Karen Stone at (239)560-9569 or Lynne B. Wilcox at (941)587-4040.

 

Art Gallery Old Naples2

At Crayton Cove

1187 8th St. South
Hours
Wed. - Fri. 1-4 p.m.
Fri. - Sat. 6-9 p.m.

A 9-Day Experience of  

Paris & Provence

Guided by Lisa & Philippe Boet

Owners of Bamboo Cafe

September 7-16, 2012

 

Lisa & Philippe Boet

"Join us for a trip of a lifetime"

 

You'll ready the palate in Paris with two days of dining at Lisa's "secret" Left Bank restaurants and artisanal gourmet shops. Then you'll board a private 127-foot barge for a 7-day cruise along the Rhone with stops at Southern France's family-owned, boutique wineries, cultivated by the Provencal sun and the winds of the Mistral. 

 

Only 18 spaces have been reserved for this trip of a  lifetime and we anticipate selling out soon! Please secure your reservation by calling Lisa at (239)595-7002. 

"Treacherous Voyage"

By Crayton Cove Author

Marlena Brackebusch

Now Available at Amazon.com 

In Paperback or Kindle Edition

  

Capt. Marlena Brackebusch's heart-stopping new novel is the sequel to her successful Nightmare Voyage. Brackebusch whisks readers off to the tropical Caribbean, cruising from island to island, bringing back many of the same lovable, wacky characters we met before, and quite a few Crayton Cove denizens, too!  
 
The lively cast of characters encounters voodoo angels in the Dominican Republic, traipses through the steamy jungles of St. Vincent and scours the trendy streets of Key West in a wild search for a missing sailor. A midnight rescue attempt on a dark and stormy night keeps Treacherous Voyage's adrenaline-pumping story flying toward a climactic ending, only to have Capt. Marlena Brackebusch end it with another cruel twist of fate.
 
Click to purchase online at Amazon.com in paperback or kindle edition.
Photos from
A Tribute to Artist Jerry Vallez's 40 Years in Crayton Cove

Artist Jerry Vallez pictured
with Ann Scott, wife of Florida governor Rick Scott
Friends and fans of artist Jerry Vallez attended a "Meet the Artist" reception at Cove Inn on Naples Bay. The reception kicked off a one-man art show and tribute to Jerry Vallez's 40 years in Crayton Cove.

Visit us on Facebook to view more pictures from the album.
Crayton Cove Tax & Accounting
Has Moved Across the Street
to
745 12th Avenue South, Suite 103
Naples, FL 34102

 

 

Crayton Cove is an Old Naples village-style destination on Naples Bay, imbued with historic ambience and rustic charm. Founded in the 1880s as the fledgling settlement's main moorage for supply boats, Crayton Cove retains the casual, friendly spirit of its pioneer settlers. All Crayton Cove businesses are locally-owned and operated. Visitors find working artists in their studios and galleries, enterprising merchants of one-of-a-kind shops, renowned restaurateurs, and the welcoming innkeepers at the Cove Inn. Crayton Cove's heart is Naples City Dock, home to Naples' largest charter fishing and sightseeing fleet. Visit us online at discovercraytoncove.com 

 

 

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