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Rez Williams and his not-so-typical landscapes and seascapes

After decades of focusing on objects — specifically fishing boats — for his artistic output, painter Rez Williams has returned to landscape painting. A...

T.S. Harris’ beachside subjects on exhibit at Eisenhauer Gallery

An old black-and-white photo was the original inspiration for T.S. Harris' popular series of paintings of women that are now the subject of a...

Nadine Epstein’s photo exhibit takes a close look at life in shadows

It was a transformative moment for writer, editor, and artist Nadine Epstein when she first really noticed her own shadow in any sort of...

Artist Deborah Colter guides her paintings to where they want to go

Deborah T. Colter, the newest artist represented by the Louisa Gould Gallery, compares her abstract paintings to another form of art. “I think of...

Whitney Cleary brings her muted palette to A Gallery

Whitney Cleary's move to the Vineyard seven years ago heralded a new chapter in her life. It wasn't until she had relocated to the...

Art tells a story at new Knowhere Gallery

The new Martha's Vineyard art gallery, opening this weekend is more than just a space to exhibit paintings. The Knowhere Gallery was conceived by...

Light and shadows

Cuttyhunk-based artist Tamalin Baumgarten refers to her distinctive style as tonal, melancholic realism. The description is an apt one. She paints portraits and landscapes...

Kara Taylor brings home her works from South Africa

For the past three years, artist Kara Taylor has been living and working in South Africa during the Island’s off-season months. She has found...

Sneak Peek

Every year the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse gives audiences a glimpse of new plays with their Monday Night Special series. The reading series features work...

She’s devoted to doodling

 Illustrator and author Kate Feiffer calls doodling “sort of the id of drawing.” As she explains, “We tend to overthink everything. Doodling is the...

Art Gallery co-op adds five unique artists this season

Artists and artisans co-exist happily at the Art Gallery in the Oak Bluffs Arts District. Like the Night Heron Gallery on Main Street in...

Nancy Furino exhibits work that encompasses a lifetime

At 90 years old and counting, artist Nancy Furino has been painting her entire adult life, the majority of which she has spent as...

Elizabeth Lennie’s love of water translates on canvas

It's not surprising that artist Elizabeth Lennie is drawn to water subjects. Lennie is an avid scuba diver who spends part of every year...

Summer stage

A little poetry, a good dose of comedy, some Shakespeare, and a generous helping of the blues. The Martha's Vineyard Playhouse summer season will...

Island galleries open their doors for the season

Memorial Day weekend generally heralds the kickoff to the summer gallery season and, with the addition of new artists at some of the established...

More than pretty petals

There's a lot more than pretty pictures to this year's Art of Flowers show at Featherstone. Along with over 100 works of art, the...

Nurturing creativity

Photographer Alison Shaw is turning the walls of her gallery over to the work of students of her Advanced Mentorship program through May 24....

The right space

If you've recently walked by the building across from the bowling alley on Uncas Avenue — the space that previously housed A Gallery —...

Putting the pieces together

Most Vineyarders know of Jenik Munafo Khelalfa as co-owner and baker for the Little House Cafe. However, the Vineyard native also has a history...

Let the solo shows begin

The Martha's Vineyard Playhouse will open its 2019 season of live theater with a series of solo shows throughout the month of May. Kicking...