Art and eggs: Easter hunts at Field Gallery and Tabernacle


A hazy fog hung over the Field Gallery in West Tisbury Sunday morning, making the annual search for Easter eggs all the more mysterious for an excited band of youngsters who charged toward the whimsical sculptures shortly after 9:30 am. Eggs were balanced on iron arms, tucked under plaster elbows, and concealed by tin bird beaks. The fun was organized by the First Congregational Church of West Tisbury.

Later in the afternoon, children hunted for eggs on the Tabernacle lawn in Oak Bluffs, a hunt sponsored by the United Methodist Church of M.V.