Boat Shop That Became a Home for Island Art
Gilberta D. Goodwin
When in Edgartown, we invite you to take a walk along Dock street to the northern end. There beside you is a tall grey building. Look up and up and see how it reaches into the sky with cathedral dignity. It has a tower on the front, as does any proper cathedral, and also many windows on the long sides. Farther up are rows of skylights like the clerestory in a Gothic medieval church, but our skylights leak. High in the peaks are two round windows, the glass pink with age, so it boasts two rose windows as well.
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When Angels Appear, Art Happens
Jane Loutzenhiser
Chances are you’ve seen Alexander Campbell on one of his daily walks in Vineyard Haven.
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Art on the Run; Hot Tin Roof Mural for Sale
Heather Hamacek
One of the last relics of the Hot Tin Roof is for sale. Approximately 240 feet of an iconic mural painted by Margot Datz in the early 1990s is available for purchase.
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Art Inspired by Those Who Fought Back
Bill Eville
A few years ago, Basia Jaworska was working on a screenplay about her parents, who lived through World War II in Poland.
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Faeries Abound When You're the Mad Potter
Louisa Hufstader
Behind a garden fence in Vineyard Haven lies a realm of castles, dragons, minstrels and mermaids, all crafted in clay by Bill O’Callaghan.
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When Inspired by Everything, Life Is Art
Heather Hamacek
The Vineyard Haven studio of printmaker Fae Kontje-Gibbs is covered in climbing vines. She calls them volunteers.
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Sometimes Art Carries a Heavy Burden
Louisa Hufstader
Pathways Projects relocated to the Tisbury Waterworks Sunday for a multimedia performance that brought together poetry, music and visual art.
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June Schoppe Exhibit
Island artist June Schoppe presents her first solo Island exhibition at the Chilmark Library/
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Old Sculpin Gallery Embraces Outdoor Art

Starting with an exhibition on Sunday, Sept. 3, the Old Sculpin Gallery in Edgartown is celebrating the en plein air style.

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Memory, Color and Movement Highlight Tashmoo Art Show
Heather Hamacek
For one evening only, artists Steve Lohman, Sarah Nelson and Darcie Lee Hanaway created a group show inspired by movement and memory on the brick walls of the Tashmoo Spring Building.
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