Amateur and professional artists alike are invited to show and sell their work at the annual All Island Art Show held at the Oak Bluffs Tabernacle on...
The Granary Gallery in West Tisbury recently acquired the oil on canvas, Thomas Hart Benton’s 1926 train painting Going West.
Shelly Davis bought her loom, a four harness Nilus Leclerc, in 1975. It weighs more than she does, and it arrived in pieces with a guidebook called “...
Painter Margot Datz's show Party Animals opens for its annual one-night reception on August 4 at the Grange Hall from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The Louisa Gould Gallery turns 15 on August 3, but gallery owner and Island artist Louisa Gould couldn’t wait to celebrate.
Thinley Athup will present Shades of Rajasthan – a collection of crafts made by Rajasthani artisans – at several Island locations in July and August.
In March of 2003, Louisa Gould opened a 400-square-foot gallery on Beach Road to display her personal photography. During the course of 15 years, the...
Inside of a shipping container studio on Chappaquiddick, artist Zach Pinerio stands surrounded by shelves of bowl blanks.
An exhibition of Jeanne Staples’ recent oil paintings and drawings will go on view at the Granary Gallery.
The creation of wampum jewelry is a multi-layered process. For Jason Widdiss the labor begins at Menemsha Pond.
Weekly photographer’s salons at Featherstone showcase the work of one Island photographer. Ray Ewing kicked off this year’s series.
It was pure happenstance that West Tisbury cartoonist Paul Karasik stumbled upon a mural that became the basis of his first essay in The New Yorker.

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Arts Briefs

Art is in the air this weekend as galleries all over the Island open their doors for the new season.

The Yard begins their summer shows at the Chilmark campus on June 9 with its annual Schonberg Fellows Residency.

February is African American History Month, and in honor of that history Pathways Arts is holding a multimedia art show at its space in the Chilmark...

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