Museum Puts Hot Tin Roof Murals Center Stage
Showing scenes of Island life, the Hot Tin Roof murals by Margot Datz now hang at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum’s Doherty Hall; a dedication and reception is Thursday evening.
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Marine Mural Celebration
On Friday, Oct. 12 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. there will be a party to officially celebrate the marine mural by Margot Datz
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Let the Creative Rumpus Begin
Vivian Ewing
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.
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Keeping the Spirit of Charles Addams Alive
Landry Harlan
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
Artist M-C Lamarre specializes in painting murals of Fenway Park's Green Monster. She is closing in on 200 murals but is looking to hit 300 or more.
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Some Mural! Linda Carnegie Brings Charlotte's Web to Life
Louisa Hufstader
At the West Tisbury Free Public Library, Charlotte's Web has escaped from its bookbinding and taken shape on the wall as the latest literary mural by local decorative painter Linda Carnegie.
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Find Charlotte: Library Mural is Ode to E.B. White
The West Tisbury Library is pleased to announce the installation of another mural by Vineyard artist Linda Carnegie.
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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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Flying Horses Are Rooted in the Past, Galloping into the Future
Heather Hamacek
The carousel opens for its 142nd consecutive season on Saturday, April 15, when the Martha’s Vineyard Preservation Trust will unveil panels newly refurbished by artist Margot Datz.
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Church Mural Restoration Continues
Remy Tumin
Carefully stripping away small sections of paint at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown, the muralist Margot Datz was looking for guidance for her next design.
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