“Art is too important not to share”

– Romero Britto (Brazilian Pop Artist)


It’s one thing to gather and curate art in a gallery. It’s something very different to put high quality artwork out in restaurants and furniture showrooms – for all the world to see as they go about their daily routines. It puts beauty and creativity front and center. It surprises, allowing people to think differently, to smile at a color or composition, to better notice the nuances of life.

At PEG, we seek out unique collaborations that showcase our talented roster of artists in new, possibly unexpected, locales. Our collective inspiration is to provide more opportunity for people in our community to experience art, make connections, and maybe even find a special piece to purchase for their own home.

It’s easy to purchase from any location. At Cabot House Saugus, you can buy the art right there. For all other locations, simply text or phone Paula at 978-376-4746 and she can take your purchase then and there. Clients can have their artwork delivered free of charge, or shipped.

Check out our partners and fellow art lovers:

  • Cabot House Saugus

    Discerning customers can now find curated, contemporary artwork and photography to compliment top quality furniture at the Saugus location of Cabot House. Paula Estey Gallery has extended its presence outside of the Newburyport-based gallery by installing a variety of its artists’ work in the Cabot House showroom. Visitors are able to shop for American, bench-made craftsman furniture along with high-end custom art, all in one place.

    “This is a terrific collaboration,” said Gallery Owner Paula Estey. We share a commitment to supporting American craftmanship and personal service. Our artists get additional exposure to a larger audience, and customers benefit by envisioning a complete display so that they can better design and decorate their homes.

    Cabot House is family owned and operated and has been the leader in luxury furniture since 1912. “We continually update our stores to showcase the latest styles and trends while staying true to our roots. We seek out the best in construction and green technology to meet and exceed our client’s needs. With the addition of PEG’s distinctive art along with upscale home goods, Cabot House is a destination for fine furniture and art at a price point that is very reasonable for the quality,” says Audrey Quenneville, Saugus Showroom Manager.

    Cabot House Saugus

    660 Broadway, Saugus MA 01906

    Tel: 781-233-0038


    Manager: Audrey Quenneville

    Store Hours:

    Monday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

    Sunday: 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

  • Crave Brasserie and Wine Bar

    Paula Estey Gallery and Crave formed a collaboration of business and creativity in early 2014 when Crave owner Sean Toomey wanted beauty to surround his guests. The artwork enhances Crave’s food, service, architecture and ultimately the experience of diners. All of the artwork on display is for sale.

    Together, we wanted more than art-as-decoration for his restaurant walls. We brought a satellite of the Paula Estey Gallery to Crave. PEG’s distinctive collection of contemporary artists truly sings together, just like the finest menu. We hope to accomplish certain goals—like exposure of the original art of more than 15 regionally recognized contemporary artists to the patrons of the restaurant. Larger goals include the flow of the creative economy, from fine dining to fine art.

    We seek to draw our community together in supporting creative values—resources that surround us already—and enhanced by our visible, viable and vocal collaboration. And finally, our tithe on the sale of artwork from Crave’s walls—tithed by Sean, by the Gallery and our artists—is earmarked for Amesbury’s life-saving, community-building non-profit OUR NEIGHBOR’s TABLE.

    Crave Brasserie and Wine Bar

    32 Elm Street, Amesbury MA 01913

    Tel: 978-834-6075


    Proprietor: Sean Toomey

    Restaurant Hours:

    Open 7 Days a Week for Lunch & Dinner

    Sunday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.

    Monday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.

    Friday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.

  • Portside Waterfront Restaurant & Bar

    Opening in May 2019 with new ownership, Portside Waterfront Restaurant & Bar overlooks the Merrimack River and downtown Newburyport from the Salisbury shores.

    Paula Estey Gallery originally placed artwork in the venue when it was the former Vasa Waterfront Kitchen & Bar. When the new owners Bryan Cox, Brad Atkinson, and Noah Goldstein signed the lease, they wanted to keep the relationship going to enhance the atmosphere of their community-focused, value-priced seafood restaurant.

    Putting a gallery in the front of the house in a restaurant is unusual, but it’s a great place to enjoy art on your way in or out or while waiting for a table. There is a featured solo artist in the upper lobby and group shows in the outer lobby as well as in the Solen Room, a private dining room off the lobby. We plan to collaborate on upcoming functions and presentations that feature art and food.

    Come to Portside for the attentive service, food, and view then cap off your visit with an artistic treat for your eyes. PEG’s rotating exhibits are a great way to whet your appetite for regional artwork.


    In addition to Portside, the owners also run a portfolio of popular dining establishments: The Farm Bar & Grille in Manchester and Dover, NH; and Essex, MA; 401 Tavern and Restaurant in Hampton, NH; The Lobster Pool in Rockport, MA; and En Fuego Cocina Mexicana in Ipswich and Beverly, MA.

    Portside Waterfront Restaurant & Bar

    175 Bridge Road, Salisbury, MA 01952

    Tel: 978-358-1700


    Restaurant Hours:

    Monday – Saturday: 11:30 a.m. – 1 a.m.

    Sunday: 10 a.m. – 12 a.m.

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