Discover what Louisa Gould Gallery artists have been making when a group show of new works opens on Sunday, May 30 from 5 to 7 p.m. with live music and refreshments.

Longtime Vineyarder Doug Kent’s folk art paintings are whimsically displayed on large wooden antique bowls, boat oars and a baker’s paddle. The works from glass artist Jeffery P’an show his Italian training, fusing and blowing glass mosaics using old-world techniques in the design of modern vases. Complimenting the glass is the bright and bold Southwestern photography of Jeanne Campbell.

Leslie Smith presents poetic oils and pastels.

Alan Eddy will exhibit his latest marine scenes, as ever influenced by the 19th century American Luminists. New England artists Howard Park and Donna Blackburn both feature coastal vistas inspired by their love of the sea; Mr. Park’s oil painting Wave conjures the mist coming off of crashing green waves at South Beach, while Ms. Blackburn’s oil Lazy Hazy Summer Sail evokes calm.

Maya Farber will exhibit her collage pieces inspired by 17th century Dutch still life painting.

John Holladay’s style continues to change and develop while capturing the essence of Martha’s Vineyard; included here are the landscape of Farm Neck and a barn and flower series.

Gray Park is a plein air artist, and Long Point is the subject of his new works. He will be offering a plein air painting workshop on July 12 as part of Martha’s Vineyard Workshops. Please contact the gallery for details.

The show continues until June 13 at the gallery at 54 Main street in Vineyard Haven. For details, call 508-693-7373 or see online