Kara Taylor Fine Art presents a variety of oil paintings, mixed media and photography from this young, original, Martha's Vineyard-born artist. Visit her gallery in Vineyard Haven or her website for a look at her latest work.
Just steps from the village center, tucked beside the Charlotte Inn and in the shadow of the stately elm trees on South Summer Street, stands the Edgartown Art Gallery. This venerable establishment has gained renown for the Original art purveyed within its elegant environs.
A unique art gallery featuring rotating exhibits of contemporary paintings, sculptures & photography by local & nationally acclaimed artists. Stop by and pose in thesculpture garden among the works of Tom Maley. The gallery is located across from Alley's General Store.
For more than half a century, the Island's oldest and largest gallery has housed a unique collection of arts and antiques, representing a variety of artists. The gallery is located along Old County Road and is open year-round.
Established on Martha's Vineyard since 2003, The Louisa Gould Gallery has expanded from its original focus on Louisa's yachting photography to include exhibiting and promoting the works of local, regional and emerging artists in varying medias.
Peter Simon is a nationally-known photographer, photojournalist, author, music historian, and instructor. He has turned his unique collection of enthusiasms into a body of work that includes articles, books, cd's, fine art prints, and calendars.
Debra Gaines Gallery is a collection of the artist's photographic work, which includes panoramic land and seascapes of Martha's Vineyard, waterfront vistas, and nature scenes. Ms. Gaines also offers holiday greeting cards and ornaments.
A celebration of the senses all summer long, the Vineyard Artisan Festival is not duplicated anywhere else on Martha's Vineyard, featuring as it does upwards of 70 artists who live and work on the island, standing ready to chat, elucidate, and sell their unique wares, all of it taking place in the sepia-and-gold tinted light of the iconic Grange Hall.
Gail Rodney has been studying and painting in New York City and on Martha's Vineyard since the mid 1970's. Her special interest has been the the Vineyard landscape and the island of Chappaquiddick. Her work has been consistently exhibited on the Vineyard and in New York since the 1990's.
On picturesque North Water Street in Edgartown where a glimpse of the harbor sparkles between buildings, the Willoughby Fine Art Gallery has been in situ for nearly two decades, featuring paintings in a variety of media as well as bronze sculpture.
Each summer Zita Cousens, the driving force behind the gallery, fills Cousen Rose with original art and one-of-a-kind jewelry, hosts book signings by both acclaimed and budding authors, and fosters a love for art in children through intimate classes in her courtyard.
With gallery shows, classes and workshops, art camps, evenings of music and poetry, and special events, Featherstone is a staple of the Martha's Vineyard art scene. Budding artists/artisans/musicians can explore diverse crafts through the Center's many workshops led by professionals in a variety of artistic fields.
Longtime Island fine art and editorial photographer Alison Shaw‘s gallery is located about a 10-minute walk from downtown Oak Bluffs in the Oak Bluffs Arts District. Shaw teaches 4 to 6 workshops each year — on the Vineyard, in Maine, Venice, Santa Fe, and Nova Scotia. She also offers mentorships for students on the Island.
Unique on Martha's Vineyard, Glimpse of Tibet is a family-owned store which allows you to see artifacts of the unique and gentle culture of Tibet influenced by the Buddhist religion. The store sells many original examples of arts and crafts made by Tibetans who live in India and Nepal. Glimpse of Tibet also offers many works from the owners' extensive collection.
A large pane-glass window fronts the fabled Main Street of Vineyard Haven, and provides a view into a jumble of arts and crafts -- jewelry, fiber arts, ceramics, paintings, and more, by a group of talented island artists.
Housed in a former model ship showroom, this gallery features the work of local photographer Jeff Serusa. Through his photographs Mr. Serusa displays his love for the Island and its nautical aesthetics.
Art is only a part of the fabled, longest-running outdoor Chilmark Flea Market, open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays from late June to Labor Day weekend -- you'll also find antiques, vintage goods, imports, and handmade items from artists and craftspeople as
Allen Whiting-Davis House Gallery is located in the the historic farmstead of painter Allen Whiting. The land, the working farm and the traditions and friends Mr. Whiting grew up with have inspired his Island landscapes, portraits and studies.
Kennedy Studios on Main Street, Vineyard Haven contains an extensive collection of photography, limited edition prints, giclées, original oils and watercolors by local award-winning artists, home decorations, and a vintage poster section.
Specializing in traditional art, including Impressionism and Expressionism by contemporary artists, marine paintings by living masters, contemporary Sailors‘ Valentines, and works on paper by Renoir, Cassat, and others.
An ancient tradition whose roots may be traced back to Murano, Italy off the coast of Venice, MV Gallery, set in an open field of farmland in West Tisbury, is home to both a glassblowing studio and a gallery of work.