Galleries : Martha's Vineyard Art Association's Traveling Show At Gould Gallery
Since the late 19th century, The Martha's Vineyard Art Association has been collecting the work of Vineyard-connected artists, a number of whom have gained international recognition. Selected pieces from the collection were unveiled at the Louisa Gould Gallery on Thursday, Nov. 6, as part of the MVAA's traveling show, scheduled to appear
at several Island venues throughout the winter. Included in the exhibit are the works of Francis Chapin, whose art is in permanent collections at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago, and Ruth Appeldoorn Mead, an influential abstract painter who helped to found the MVAA. The show will be on display at the Louisa Gould Gallery through November 20.