Exhibit Honors the Hard Words of War

Cindy Kane has collected mementos and notes from foreign correspondents sent to cover embattled areas and covered old metal Viet Nam era war helmets with the artifacts. The exhibit premiered in 2008, but a show that just premiered at the Flatiron Building in New York city has given it new life.

Daily Sketches Become Body of Work

At the start of the year in January 2012, Heather Goff made a resolution of sorts. She vowed to do a drawing each day and post the result on the internet.

Celebrating Art as the Moore Family Business

During a conversation Thursday at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum, Andrew Moore reflected on his art career as part of a legacy that spans generations. The museum is featuring his work along with art by his daughter, Hannah, and his great-great-grandfather N.A. Moore.

Artist Ray Ellis Captured Derby's Essence in Paintings to Be Shared

For 25 years it was an anticipated event — the arrival of the limited-edition prints depicting classic Vineyard fishing scenes as rendered by artist Ray Ellis.

Early Bird Catches Worm; Early Photographers Catch All

What began as two amateur photographers taking pictures every morning on their paper routes has grown to something much bigger than either of them could have imagined.

Hooked by Art, Fisherman Combines His Passions

Fisherman and chef Abe Pieciak turned to art last year by creating a series of watercolors he calls Lure Fish. This year he is donating a print for every single day of the Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby.

Capturing the Serenity Beneath the Wild

Quiet, dignified, powerful, with long lashes depicted in all their delicate detail. A horse from Sable Island comes to life in your dining room.

Drawing on a Love Affair With the Sea

On Saturday, there will be a reception in honor of John Stobart at his Edgartown gallery. The expatriate British painter, now 84, has built his painting career on precision-infused oil renderings of maritime scenes.

Honoring Oak Bluffs Through Images

When artist and photographer Michael Johnson began visiting Oak Bluffs at the age of 15, he immediately fell in love with its cultural and historic charm.

Not Washing Ashore, This Art Is Island Made

Earlier this summer, Holly Lawyer put a roof over her art and a number of others’ when she opened up a shop at 55 Circuit avenue.

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