“I always wanted to be here,” Thaw Malin says. “This has been home for me, and I feel safe here. It was my friends that brought me back.”
Three Island photographers who have been shooting seascapes here for more than100 combined years say they’re not done yet.
From rolling farmland and ancient stone walls to dramatic beaches and colorful cliffs, the Vineyard’s extraordinary variety of terrain offers inspiration to its resident landscape painters.
The way we’re most aware of the Island influence on galleries is that being here makes it easier to sell art.
Different artists have different reasons for why they tend to focus on Vineyard scenes.
New state regulations about recognition and treatment of concussions to high school students are protocols in use at MVRHS for the past 4 years.
Craig Yuhas of B-Strong in Oak Bluffs
Swimming next to a dozen striped bass… or even a stray tropical fish. Ocean swimming on the Vineyard is a unique experience.
For many years there has been a thriving group of capoeira practitioners, or capoeiristis, on the Vineyard