Galleries in Edgartown are opening their doors this month, with one of the town’s art mainstays now located at a new address.

North Water Gallery has moved from its namesake spot to 31 North Summer Street, in the space occupied last summer by Newport-based Mariner Gallery, which has left the Vineyard.

Siblings Chris Morse and Robin Nagle at new location for North Water Street gallery.

The move leaves North Water street with two remaining art showrooms. The exuberant Eisenhauer Gallery in the Vineyard Square Hotel is set to open this weekend and, across from Mad Martha’s ice cream, Kin has already held its first show of work by its artist-owners, photographer L.A. Brown and fashion designer Gareth Brown.

Both galleries host popular outdoor events during the summer, with Eisenhauer presenting outdoor dance concerts featuring local bands and Kin producing a fashion show to benefit the Vineyard Preservation Trust.

Also open now are the two galleries on the block of Winter Street that runs between North Water and North Summer streets.

Long-established Christina Gallery, on the north side of Winter street, abounds in Vineyard landscapes and seascapes and has a second floor filled with vintage maps, nautical charts and prints. It is equipped with a sofa and coffee table for leisurely browsing.

Christina Gallery is located on Winter street.

Winter Street Gallery, next to the Sydney and Coco inns on the street’s south side, was founded in 2020 and quickly became a seasonal destination for its thought-provoking exhibitions. Open Wednesdays through Sundays, the small gallery shows cutting-edge modern art in every medium, from across the country and overseas. The current exhibition, up through June 2, features the 20th-century artists David Byrd, Carol Rhodes and Frank Walter.

Edgartown’s iconic Old Sculpin Gallery, a former boat-building shop that retains its original, work-worn flooring, opens for its 70th season on May 24. The group show features members of the Martha’s Vineyard Art Association, which runs the gallery and also offers art classes during the summer.

Located just across Dock Street from the Chappaquiddick Ferry, Old Sculpin Gallery is open daily and holds artists’ receptions from 5 to 7 p.m. on Sundays.

Old Sculpin Gallery celebrates 70 years this summer. — Ray Ewing

Edgartown photographer Lucy Dahl has reopened her quirky, highly personal Untameable on South Summer street. An artistic daredevil whose varied work can evoke anything from laughter to a sense of peace, Ms. Dahl is a student of the influential photography duo Alison Shaw and Sue Dawson.

Also on South Summer street, tucked inside the Charlotte Inn, the Edgartown Art Gallery offers a collection of oils, pastels and watercolors on traditional themes such as seascapes and still lifes.

Along with Untameable and Kin, Edgartown has a third gallery specializing in photography: Penumbra, on North Summer street, where longtime collector Eugene Goldfield shows rare and vintage images from the 19th and early 20th centuries. A strictly seasonal gallery, Penumbra is generally open from July to September.