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A funny phobia

You know the photo — the iconic image from 1932, in which 11 workers sit atop a steel beam high above Manhattan, casually enjoying...

Artist provocateur

Artist Richard Limber wants to shake things up in the Vineyard art scene. He finds that most local galleries focus on the conventional and...

From Chilmark to South Africa

Kara Taylor had a very busy summer at her Chilmark gallery. Not only did she show her own work, she hosted two different exhibits...

Plant power

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Emma Tobin knows her plants. Growing up around her family's business, Tea Lane Nursery, and spending her early days as an avid explorer of...

Gardens of inspiration

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Elise LeBovit had been a frequent visitor to Mytoi, the Japanese garden on Chappaquiddick, for years before she discovered that the garden's name is...

There’s still season left at Old Sculpin

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If you haven't made it over to Edgartown's Old Sculpin Gallery this year, the next few weeks will offer a last chance to visit...

Woven among poetry

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Synchronicity has had a lot to do with the publication of Annette Sandrock's book of poetry, "Labyrinth." Like the maze from Greek mythology that...

Art on the water

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With COVID restrictions in place last year and into early 2021, Pathways Arts was unable to continue its series of off-season indoor events, relying...

Surf and sail

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Last September, when the Mystic Seaport Museum closed its Maritime Art Gallery after 37 years of exhibiting art of the sea, Louisa Gould stepped...

Final Art Stroll of the season features an auction and a dance performance

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The Oak Bluffs Arts District (Dukes County Avenue and environs) is concluding its Art Stroll season this Saturday with additional artists, music, dance, and...

Featherstone features important Black illustrator exhibit

For children's book illustrators, the Caldecott Medal, awarded annually by the Association for Library Services to Children, is the highest honor to which one...

Amy Cash fulfills a dream with new gallery

After working in a gallery and for a jewelry designer for more than 15 years, Amy Cash decided to fulfill her dream of running...

Past and present come together in Ekua Holmes’ work

Artist Ekua (pronounced A-kwa) Holmes has had a very busy year. Currently a solo exhibit of her work as a children's book illustrator is...

Painting stories with artist Thomas Lockhart III

Thomas Lockhart III calls himself an inspirational artist, explaining, “People get something out of the paintings. They're inspired by the images.” That's certainly the...

‘Poetry of Trees’ fills the art space at the M.V. Film Center

For the past seven years, Vineyarders have been treated to an intimate look into the world of the artist Gretchen Feldman. Every summer the...

Mystery and magic in Winter Street Gallery’s newest exhibit

There's magic to be found at the Winter Street Gallery in Edgartown. The current show features work by two artists — one an emerging...

Disrupting death row

What connection does Ndume Olatushani, exonerated former death row inmate from Tennessee, have with Martha's Vineyard? There's no short answer as to how it...

Breaking the Bard

  When presenting the plays of William Shakespeare there are two approaches — either let the language stand and allow people to decipher some of...

Multimedia work in abstract comes to Cousen Rose Gallery

Intuitive collage is how Bricque Garber describes her work. “The world presents itself as it does,” she says.“That just sort of translates into what...

Catboats and creativity abound at Old Sculpin

Two aspects of the Island's history will converge this coming week with a special weeklong celebration, to take place throughout Edgartown. The Catboat Parade...
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