Annual All-Island Art Show a slice of Vineyard life

Annual All-Island Art Show a slice of Vineyard life

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The Martha’s Vineyard Camp-Meeting Association’s annual All-Island Art Show took place this past Monday in Oak Bluffs. Artwork from dozens of artists hung around the Tabernacle for spectators to enjoy, and many artists were on hand to talk about their work.

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A collage made by Dorothy Burnham, a 99 year old artist.

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Brian Kirkpatrick poses in front of his work.

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"Playing to the Whale," a painting by Brian Kirkpatrick, was one of dozens of paintings on display.

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Dorothy Burnham, 99 years old, poses in front of her artwork.

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The art was displayed outdoors, so patrons could walk around the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs and see every artist's work.

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Jack Yuen, a 17-year old rising senior at MVRHS, poses in front of his art on display.

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M.V. Regional High School senior Jack Yeun's most popular piece, which sold less than two hours into the show.