Breaking Into Art, a Shard at a Time
Heather Hamacek
In her kitchen, Jenifer Strachan never breaks a dish. But down in her studio there are piles of cracked and chipped plates, cups, saucers and bowls, dating from 1790 to the 1940s.
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Finding Herself Through Art, Guided by Intuition
Heather Hamacek
Carol Brown Goldberg’s parents expected her to look presentable, play with nice friends, get married and have children. She did all of those things. She also became an artist.
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Painter Rez Williams Explores Another Island, And a New Style
Heather Hamacek

Island artist Rez Williams, known for his paintings of the boats of New Bedford, has turned to exploring the woods and shorelines of Monhegan, Me.

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With Portraits of Artists at Work, New Exhibit Celebrates Creative Process
Chloe Reichel
Elizabeth Whelan's exhibition at the Grange Hall, Artists in Art, is a look into the process of making fine art. In nearly all of Ms. Whelan’s acrylic portraits, artists are depicted at work in their studios.
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Alison Shaw's Shoreline Series Anchors Arts District Stroll
Louisa Hufstader

The Oak Bluffs Arts District, a short and colorful stretch of businesses and homes along Dukes County avenue, was a lively scene Saturday afternoon as the summer’s first arts stroll got underway.

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Growth of a Painter Includes Hard Work and Connection to Home
Heather Hamacek
Colin Ruel paints under a tarp attached to a shed in the woods of West Tisbury, a short walk down from the yurt where he lives with his wife and son.
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Lily Morris Explores the American Dream On Canvas
Vivian Ewing
New work by the Vineyard artist Lily Morris includes 10 large-scale oil paintings that depict scenes of contemporary life alongside constructed fantasies of fame and wealth.
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Sargent Gallery Begins Summer Season

The Sargent Gallery in Aquinnah is opening its summer season this weekend.

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Looking at Life Through a Different Lens
Chloe Reichel

While giving a tour of his newly-opened art space in Oak Bluffs, the Crossroads Gallery, Michael Blanchard described it as a place of healing.

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Two Up-Island Artists Unveil New, Old Work
Chloe Reichel

Summer shows that opened at the galleries owned by Allen Whiting and Kara Taylor on Sunday night offer a fresh collection from two well-known artists.

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