For Photography and Surfing, the Decisive Moment Is Key
Heather Hamacek
Photographer Elizabeth Cecil chases a specific light that evokes the winters of her Milwaukee youth hovering over endless oceans.
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Elizabeth Cecil Photography Exhibit
Opening receptions take place Saturday and Sunday at Salte for Oceans, an exhibition featuring photography by Elizabeth Cecil.
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To Every Season There Is a Photograph
Bill Eville

How much does a life’s work weigh? In the case of Peter Simon, seven pounds, two ounces. That’s how much his new book Martha’s Vineyard: To Everything There Is a Season weighs.

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Photography is Both Business and Pleasure for New Gallerist
Heather Hamacek
51art gallery in Vineyard Haven features the photography of Teresa Kruszewski, who has shifted from working in retail to running an art gallery.
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Shaping the Way We See the Island, One Picture at a Time
Mollie Doyle

It’s early on a foggy morning and Alison Shaw is perched in her bright yellow kayak, wearing a blue life vest and snapping photos with her Nikon D810 of in the middle of Sengekontacket Pond.

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Looking for Birds, Finding Dolphins; Photographer Goes With the Flow
Louisa Hufstader
Lanny McDowell is known for his avian photography, but his new exhibit at the Martha’s Vineyard Film Center focuses on dolphins.
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Island Photography Finds a Digital Home at the Kelley House
Heather Hamacek

Four new flat screen televisions hanging in the lobby of the Kelley House showcase Vineyard photography. The Vineyard’s first digital photo gallery features 11 photographers with strong Vineyard ties. Some 200 photos are featured, approximately 20 from each photographer.

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Art and the Island Are Alessandra Petlin's Secret of Success
Megan Cerullo

Photographer Alessandra Petlin has spent 40 consecutive summers on Martha’s Vineyard at her family’s home on Wayside Farm in Chilmark. But this summer marks a first for the artist. She momentarily stepped out of her Vineyard routine Saturday night to celebrate her first gallery opening, ever.

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Early Bird Catches Worm; Early Photographers Catch All
Connie Berry

What began as two amateur photographers taking pictures every morning on their paper routes has grown to something much bigger than either of them could have imagined.

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Capturing the Serenity Beneath the Wild
Xenia Rakovshik

Quiet, dignified, powerful, with long lashes depicted in all their delicate detail. A horse from Sable Island comes to life in your dining room.

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