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At Sea: A Benefit Part II

Joseph Forrestal Aronson was a husband and father of two, and among many skills, he was most known for his breathtaking photography. However, on a cold New England day in 1976, his life was cut short when he was lost at sea during a commercial fishing trip. 40 years later and his art is still captivating many. Join us on the evening of May 25th to revel in his work for the first time on the west coast. 50% of profits will be donated to The Gloucester Fisherman’s and Seaman’s Widows and Orphan’s Aid Society Fund.

-Open bar
-Music by GHOSTS OF VENICE, 
-Vendors include In Reverie Jewelry & original artwork by Ces Weber
-Event photography by Lauryn Adkinz