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Surprises and favorites at new pop-up exhibit at Featherstone

Tanya Augostinos, who has been curating art on the Island for the past 10 years, has an eye for the new and the unique....

‘Connect the Dots’

During the height of the pandemic, with businesses closed and people sequestering themselves in self-imposed quarantine, artist Kate Feiffer was busy creating communities of...

Images of migration by land and by sea

Part-time Chilmark resident Ellen Levine combines two career trajectories in a series of paintings that are currently on display at the Chilmark library. Her...

Something old is new again in Pia Centenari-Leonard’s work

When she was 8 years old, Pia Centenari-Leonard got a Brownie camera as a gift, launching a passion for photography. Now, decades later, Pia...

Grace Kennan Warnecke offers her art collection for Ukraine relief efforts

Grace Warnecke of New York City and Vineyard Haven is as familiar as anyone on the Island with the people and the culture of...

Visit the vibrant art scene in Oak Bluffs

The Oak Bluffs art scene is flourishing. With multiple galleries, artists’ studios, and gift shops featuring work by local artists and artisans now open...

Bold and beautiful new work at Eisenhauer Gallery

Head over to the Eisenhauer Gallery this weekend for a celebratory art opening with refreshments and live music in the courtyard. For the past...

Wild things on exhibit at the Louisa Gould Gallery

During a recent telephone interview with the artist Linda Besse, she mentioned casually that among the many adventurous outings that she has undertaken in...

‘Colors for Ukraine’

Sunflowers are currently in bloom at the Old Sculpin Gallery in Edgartown. Decorating the walls of the historic gallery, operated by the Martha's Vineyard...

‘Artists for Ukraine’

The Galaxy Gallery on Dukes County Avenue in Oak Bluffs will host a special sale this weekend. Works by dozens of local artists will...

Imagining Elsa

Most people who are familiar with the actress Elsa Lanchester remember her best for her role as “The Bride of Frankenstein” from the film...

Point of view

The Winter Street Gallery in Edgartown has kicked off its 2022 season with a show featuring work by three artists hailing from points around...

Vibrant and vivid

Having a renowned painter as your father and a writer as your mother, one is bound to develop an interest in the arts. That's...

An artful purpose

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There are two things that Alexander Campbell is passionate about. One is keeping the Island streets, beaches, and wooded areas as trash-free as possible....

Enchanted ceramics

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When one thinks of ceramics, very often the first thing that comes to mind is utilitarian mugs and bowls in earth-tone glazes — attractive...

Ending on a high note

The PathwaysARTS season will come to a close this coming weekend on a high note. Back-to-back nights of music will cap off the winter/spring...

Campground colors

“They're cheerful,” says Elizabeth Dolan Durkee of her latest series of photos — close-up shots of architectural details from Oak Bluffs Campground cottages, enhanced...

Art as narrative

Kristin Texeira refers to her work as “memory maps.” She creates abstract paintings that recreate or represent, in a sense, moments and moods from...

Innocence lost

The image may be one that you're familiar with. Four lifeless bodies lie facedown in the street, the aftermath of a Russian mortar blast...

Tale of two styles

Pathways Arts has undertaken a series of art shows incorporating artist talks this year. Currently, the organization is featuring the work of painters Walker...