Basia Jaworska presents ‘Lives on the Line: Activist, Dissident or Agitator’

A few years ago, artist Basia Jaworska commenced a series of portraits of some of her heroes — those who have fought for freedom...

Bi-lingual and bi-visual: Brazilian art at Featherstone

You enter to behold a large canvas and a tree massed with red, blue, and yellow macaws. Something tells you you’re not in Kansas...

Illustrator Omar Rayyan visits the ‘Goblin Market’ in new book

Ever curious who’s behind the image of a Bacchic brown bear sitting atop a beer barrel in a slobbery rage? Or a little Victorian...

Old Sculpin reception bids farewell to AireMV artists

Edgartown's Old Sculpin Gallery will host a reception this evening, Friday, Sept. 9, from 7 to 9 pm. It will be the closing event...

Tenth annual ART party brings artists together to support museum

  A veritable who's who in the Vineyard art world will gather at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum's upcoming “You Can't Spell Martha's Vineyard without A-R-T...

So that we never forget, local photographer’s image commemorates Twin Towers

An abstract photograph by Paul Doherty was recently used by the New York City Uniformed Firefighters Association to memorialize the World Trade Center. On...

A groovy show for Groovy Sue

“I felt like I was in the north end of San Francisco!” photographer Emily Drazen reported about her visit to the Groovy Sue Gallery...

Island Life Studio brings a splash of art to O.B. Harbor

A sea of fish and other marine creatures can be found swimming the walls of the Island's newest gallery. The Island Life Studio, tucked...

Abstract art gets personal at the Louisa Gould Gallery

“Personal Visions,” the newest show at the Louisa Gould Gallery in Vineyard Haven, includes the work of six abstract artists. This marks the ninth...

Not just pretty pictures: Art on Martha’s Vineyard has a conscience

Two artists with work currently showing on the Island have used their media to impart a message. Both Jules Arthur and Irving Petlin create...