Granary Gallery

Granary Gallery Opens Summer Season

No matter how many times you may have visited the Granary Gallery in West Tisbury, you've never seen it like this.

Granary Gallery Acquires Rare Benton Painting

The Granary Gallery in West Tisbury recently acquired the oil on canvas, Thomas Hart Benton’s 1926 train painting Going West.

The Art of Jeanne Staples

An exhibition of Jeanne Staples’ recent oil paintings and drawings will go on view at the Granary Gallery.

Roasting Ears Adds to Thomas Hart Benton Legacy

The Thomas Hart Benton painting Roasting Ears holds an important place in American art history, and now it holds a place on the walls of the Granary Gallery in West Tisbury.

Brandy Wight Made Island Artful

Island artists and photographers this week remembered Brandy Wight as a person who encouraged them early in their careers and helped them prosper.

Brandy Wight, Art Dealer Who Cofounded Granary Gallery, Dies at 101

The pioneering Vineyard art dealer who cofounded the Granary Gallery in West Tisbury, died Feb. 26. He traced his roots to some of the Island’s oldest families.

Not Content to Just Enjoy Art, Couple Documents the Process

Visions of Home: the Work of Heather Neill is an intimate portrait of the artist's life and work.

Andrew Moore, Carving a Life Out of Paint and Passion

On Sunday, Andrew Moore’s paintings were reintroduced at the Granary Gallery on Old County Road in West Tisbury. The artist decided to join the Granary Gallery so he could spend less time marketing and selling, and more time holding a paintbrush.
Chris Morse

Animal, Vegetable, Art Miracle: A Season of Island Gallery Life

Chris Morse fell in love with West Tisbury’s Granary Gallery as a teenager, when he worked summers there through high school. Fifteen years ago, he purchased the gallery with his wife, Sheila. Five years after that, they bought the Field Gallery, also in West Tisbury. And another five or so years later, they purchased what is now the North Water Gallery in Edgartown.

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Granary Show Features Three Island Favorites

The Granary Gallery at the Red Barn welcomes all to an artists’ reception on Sunday, July 6, from 5 to 7 p.m. for new works by Alison Shaw, Scott Terry and Carol Maguire.

Alison Shaw continues to pursue her “camera as paintbrush” notion and has created a variety of new images involving color, motion and composition. She will also unveil new photographs taken in Venice, Italy.