Painter and Author, in His Spare Time Thomas Benton Transposes Difficult Music to Play on His Harmonica
Vineyard Gazette
Bach, Beethoven, and Schubert - nothing heavy but on the classical side - and Thomas Hart Benton, painter, and author, plays them all on his harmonica. He’s got a special scheme, which he himself devised, for transposing the music into a complicated harmonica score.
 
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Making Art With Ancestral Meaning
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The creation of wampum jewelry is a multi-layered process. For Jason Widdiss the labor begins at Menemsha Pond.
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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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When the Green Monster Calls
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Youthful Spirit, Creative Wisdom at Old Sculpin's Student Showcase
Katherine Gianni
Work by high school seniors Opal Wortmann, Salyn Yancey and Olin Gannon will be up at the Old Sculpin Gallery through June 22.
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