Vineyard Haven Library Shows Vintage Edward Gorey Posters
Louisa Hufstader
Known for his instantly-recognizable line drawings, the Cape Cod artist Edward St. John Gorey wrote more than 100 picture books and won a Tony award for costuming.
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Making Art Anchored in Darkness of War
Sam Low
Steve Maxner’s new exhibit at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum combines stunningly beautiful assemblages of shell and sea wrack with his experience in the Vietnam War to create an explosion of emotion.
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Creating Art That Commands Attention
Louisa Hufstader
Richard Limber's exhibit at the West Tisbury Library is called A Bunch of Faces for You. Many of the portraits include an edgy, ripped-from-the-headlines aesthetic.
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Strachan/Zannini Open Studio
Jennifer Strachan and John Zannini are hosting an open studio on Saturday and Sunday at their home gallery at 188 Waldrons Bottom Road in West Tisbury.
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Celebrating African American History Through Art
Vivian Ewing

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 town center.

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At Home Behind the Lens
Louisa Hufstader
Albert O. Fischer's photography show at the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse features scenes from his Island home. His interest in the craft began as a way to deal with the trauma of the Vietnam War.
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Small Wonders Art Show
Louisa Gould is hosting her annual Small Wonders Art Show, with a reception on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 3 to 5 p.m. at her gallery on 54 Main street in Vineyard Haven.
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Dry Grass: Photography Show Reception
The Chilmark Library is hosting a photography show of work by Vivian Ewing. The reception is on Saturday, Nov. 24 from noon 2 p.m.
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A Patient Practitioner of Pointilism
Landry Harlan
Jack Ryan works at the West Tisbury post office by day. But by night, the artist spends hours on his detailed drawings.
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In Telling Story of Refugees, Poet Uses Art to Hit the Heart
Katherine Gianni
Justen Ahren's multimedia show is called After The War For The Valley and follows the stories of three refugees with a focus on migration and displacement.
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