In March of 2013, Louisa Gould opened a 400-square-foot gallery on Beach Road to display her personal photography. During the course of 15 years, the gallery has moved to Main street in Vineyard Haven, grown fivefold, is open year-round, and displays the work of up to 50 artists on the Island.

This Saturday, Ms. Gould is celebrating her 15th anniversary with the opening of a show called Fifteen @ Fifteen: Fifteen Artists for Fifteen Years.

As the name suggests, the show will display the work of 15 Island artists, who range from abstract and realist painters, to sculptors, ceramicists and jewelers. Some of the artists, such as painters Kate Huntington, Paul Beebe and Fran Dropkin, have had their work shown in Ms. Gould’s gallery for over a decade.

“It’s a wide range, because really we are celebrating the artists,” Ms. Gould said. “There will be a lot of different styles, and I try to have a variety of emerging to established artists. I love showing their work. It’s a part of them.”

The show will opened to the public on Thursday, July 26, but its official champagne opening will occur on Saturday, July 28, with doors opening at 5 p.m. The gallery is located at 54 Main street in Vineyard Haven.

Along with the bubbly, visitors can expect light appetizers and live music from longtime Vineyard resident Michael Hayden.

Ms. Gould looks to honor the 15 years of relationships she’s forged with Island artists, collectors and enthusiasts at her gallery.

“I love people, and really enjoy talking to everyone who comes in,” she said.