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A Gallery finds a new home up-Island

The A Gallery has moved, and Oak Bluffs’ loss is West Tisbury’s gain.This weekend, visitors will have a first chance to visit the...

Nature’s colors take center stage in new exhibit at Nikki Sedacca Gallery

The opening show of the 2018 season at the Nikki Sedacca Gallery in Edgartown is called “Feeling Fresh,” and the lightness, brightness, and soft...

Eisenhauer Gallery opens season with three diverse artists in Memorial Day show

The annual Memorial Day opening at the Eisenhauer Gallery saw visitors, both regulars and those new to the space, streaming in and out all...

Some things old, some things new

A sure sign of summer: The Vineyard Artisans Festival will kick off the 2018 season with a Memorial Day weekend show this Saturday and...

Friends of Family Planning offer final fundraiser art show

The National Gallery in Washington, D.C., houses the work of 13,000 artists. The Museum of Modern Art in New York has shown the work...

A movable peace

A good-size crowd gathered at Featherstone last Sunday for an event welcoming the campus' latest addition — a small chapel, recently relocated from the...

Connecting the dots

“I sold the Brooklyn Bridge to David McCullough,” jokes Jack Ryan. And just like the classic apocryphal con, Ryan has sold the bridge many...

Bouquets blossom at Featherstone

The Featherstone staff knew that the Art of Flowers show was going to be big this year, but they had no idea how big...

Cityscapes and Caribbean scenes

Ed Schulman of Vineyard Haven is a minimalist artist. He gets a lot of mileage out of a few brushstrokes and a unique juxtaposition...

Learning from a master

If the Vineyard declared a photo laureate, it would certainly be Alison Shaw. The awardwinning photographer has been capturing the Island's beauty and personality...

Going solo

The Martha's Vineyard Playhouse offers audiences a pre–summer season treat with four solo shows presented throughout the month of May. “Our Spring Solo Shows...

For the birds

Looking for a bit of seasonal inspiration? Then check out the current art exhibit at the West Tisbury library. “Spring Is for the Birds”...

She’s with the band

Mariachi music has long been the domain of male musicians. The genre, which has roots dating back to the 18th century, is about to...

Pop in to pop-up shop this weekend

If you're seeking Utopia, you better look fast. The Main Street, Vineyard Haven, store by that name popped up in February, and will be...

Artist Lucy Mitchell fills her curiosity cabinet

At one time, it was popular among the wealthy classes in Europe to collect and display natural and manmade wonders and display them artfully...

New poet laureate blends Vineyard with verse

This Sunday, April 22, the West Tisbury library will introduce the new town poet laureate to the public with its semiannual Community Poetry Reading....

Sarah Moore featured at the M.V. Playhouse ArtSpace

The latest exhibit at the M.V. Playhouse's ArtSpace features the work of Sarah Moore and is titled “Simply Bold.” The name references the inclusion...

Alison Mead honors fishing and farming in new exhibit

When photographer Alison Mead first moved to the Vineyard nine years ago, she felt somewhat uninspired artistically by the landscape. “I felt slightly disoriented...

A passion for printing

 “I found my medium late in life,” says artist Ruth Kirchmeier. The octogenarian West Tisbury artist has, for the past three decades, been fully...

Artist’s statement

Richard Limber has something to say on a lot of issues affecting the world today, and he expresses himself through art. A painter, musician,...