Louisa Gould Gallery

Art Show Helps Island Hungry

An online art show, hosted by Louisa Gould Gallery, is raising funds for the Island Food Pantry.

Colors of Summer

The Louisa Gould Gallery hosts two artist receptions this weekend.

Louisa Gould Gallery's Fifteen @ Fifteen

In March of 2003, Louisa Gould opened a 400-square-foot gallery on Beach Road to display her personal photography. During the course of 15 years, the gallery has moved to Main street in Vineyard Haven, grown fivefold, is open year-round, and displays the work of up to 50 artists on the Island.

Abstract Art Show at Louisa Gould Gallery

The Louisa Gould Gallery is hosting its 10th annual abstract art show.There will be a reception on Saturday, Aug 26.

New Exhibit Reveals the Art of Seeing Europe

Work on display at the Louisa Gould Gallery transports viewers to the poppy fields of St. Remy, the streets of Paris and the tables of Italy.

Spring into Summer at Louisa Gould Gallery

The Louisa Gould Gallery is gearing up for its 15th summer season with a gallery reception on Sunday, May 28.

Color and Light Unite at Louisa Gould Gallery

For a recent exhibition, Louisa Gould had to hang a variety of paintings that featured bold colors and large canvases.

New Exhibit at the Louisa Gould Gallery

The six artists currently involved in the newest exhibit at the Louisa Gould Gallery in Vineyard Haven are Jeff P’an, John Holladay, Fran Dropkin, Nick Paciorek, Joan Rusitzky and Ms. Gould.

Louisa Gould Gallery Opening Exhibit

Vineyard artists will take a bow at the opening exhibit of this year’s season at the Louisa Gould Gallery, 54 Main street in Vineyard Haven. The opening begins at 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 26 at the gallery where a group of Island artists have more than 90 new works on display. A performance of Celtic music by River Heart will follow the opening at 7:30 p.m. The events are free with donations accepted. Visit louisagouldgallery.com for more information.
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Hey, Sports Fans! Meet Your Artist

We often equate artists with one distinct style. But John Holladay, originally from the Midwest and for many years now a resident of Vineyard Haven, paints and illustrates with so much versatility, he’s impossible to pigeon- hole.

And yet one of his hugely successful, largely unknown artistic endeavors is now being celebrated at the Louisa Gould Gallery on Main street, Vineyard Haven. From 1980 to 2000 he was licensed to paint the official artwork for NBA, NFL and college sports teams, work that later appeared on posters, shirts and jigsaw puzzles.

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