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Aquatro Gallery is delighted to announce their Grand Opening on Friday, May 25th, 2012, with an open house from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Join Aquatro partners, Adriana “Gigi” Mederos and Grace Edwards as they kick off the 2012 summer in G6 on the Madfish Wharf in the Rocky Neck Art Colony this Memorial Day weekend.

Aquatro Gallery features Guatopo, a collection of hand-painted textiles, including beautiful scarves and pillows, as well as fine art work on paper and canvas by Gigi Mederos, along with Amore by Grace Edwards, a fashion-forward, boutique-style jewelry line featured in many stores across the country. Gigi and Grace are perfect partners for their chic concept gallery bringing together beautiful, bold colors in each of their innovative designs.

Aquatro Gallery is a trendsetter on the Madfish Wharf with its bright turquoise floors and white walls creating a little piece of Caribbean summer right in Gloucester and making it a must-visit destination. Visit the Aquatro Gallery website at for their hours throughout the summer and fall and to stay in touch and learn about all of the upcoming events at Aquatro and the Rocky Neck Art Colony.


Gigi Mederos is thrilled to bring back her fine art pieces for a second season on the ‘Neck and to introduce Guatopo, the surface and textile designs she and Stevie Black have been creating. Over the last seven years, Mederos’ body of work has expanded to include painting, drawing, printmaking, works on paper, and hybrid works that combine some or all of these practices. As an outgrowth of Adriana Mederos Studio, she and her partner, Stevie Black, have been working together to realize their dream of developing collections of surface and textile designs. Now that Gigi’s begun painting on silk, and other textiles and surfaces, their hard work is bearing colorful fruit. This summer season, you can find Mederos at Aquatro Gallery, a lively new space on the Wharf next to Madfish Grill in Gloucester, MA.


Grace Edwards launched her highly successful jewelry line under the brand name, Amore by Grace Edwards, in 2008. Amore is featured in many boutiques and trendy stores across the U.S. Grace is also the Creative

Director at Mia Luxe, a fashion fundraising company that uses jewelry as a platform for raising money for under funded children’s educational, arts, and sports-related programs across the country.


Home to arguably the oldest continuous ar t colony in the Americas, Rocky Neck in Gloucester, MA was recently designated as one of Massachusetts’ first “cultural districts” along with Rockport, MA’s downtown area. The Cultural District Initiative came out of an economic stimulus bill passed by the state’s legislature in 2010. A compact, walkable area with a concentration of artist’s studios and galleries, as well as restaurants and other venues, Rocky Neck continues to merge the best of the old and the new.