See small wonders at the Louisa Gould Gallery

Few Vineyard galleries feature as broad a range of artists, media, and styles as the Louisa Gould Gallery on Main Street in Vineyard Haven....

Cynthia McGrath: An archaeologist of an artisan

“I feel like I'm an amateur archaeologist,” said Cynthia McGrath, describing her ongoing search for reclaimed jewelry-making materials. “The older something is, the more...

Library photography show brings out the best of the community

If you're expecting to find a simple selection of pretty Vineyard landscapes at the West Tisbury library's community photography show, think again. The show,...

Barnyard Saints Blog: On Emery Farm

We talk about the Martha’s Vineyard outdoor market community a lot. Every fair we vend at on the mainland, we find ourselves reminiscing about...

Anne Cook displays the art of ‘Allegiance’ at the Chilmark library

A large American flag hangs among a selection of landscape paintings by Anne Cook, currently on view at the Chilmark library. From a distance, it...

Painting to abstraction: The life and times of Don Sibley

Artist Don Sibley is a bit of an anomaly. By nature, artists are visual folks. They tend to let their work speak for them, and...

Amy Nevin Ceramics: Amazing glaze (and so much more)

Among the many gift ideas to be found at the Thanksgiving Artisans Festival is the selection of unique decorative and functional ceramic pieces by...

Holiday shopping made easy on Martha’s Vineyard

The best kind of holiday gift is a local holiday gift. Lucky for us, this Island is crawling with locations to stock up. Up-Island...

Barnyard Saints Blog: Making space

Island artist duo Danielle Mulcahy and Walker Roman hit the road at the beginning of October, armed with a renovated fifth-wheel trailer, all of...

The paintings of Darcie Lee Hanaway reflect life changes

A couple of weekends ago, artist Darcie Lee Hanaway hosted a pop-up show of her work at the Tashmoo Spring Building, located just below...