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Beautiful, and affordable, artwork in annual ‘Small Wonders’ show

Every year Louisa Gould gifts her loyal followers with a show featuring more affordable works by some of her most popular artists. The “Small...

Pathways gives us the arts in the off-season

PathwaysARTS kicks off their 10th anniversary of off-season programming with a November lineup featuring past recipients of M.V. Cultural Council grants. The Pathways Gathering...

Off-season at the Yard

You can always count on the Yard to bring some much-needed excitement to the Vineyard off-season. This year is no exception, as the Chilmark-based...

Nightfall on the water at Christina Gallery

The work of one of America's premier maritime artists can be found at the Christina Gallery in Edgartown. William R. Davis' historically accurate oil...

Art of environmental stewardship at Sargent Gallery

If you haven't made a trip up-Island to the Sargent Gallery this year, now is the time. Over the Columbus Day weekend, gallery owner...

Sacred spaces captured in Michael Stimola’s photographs

During the month of October, photographer Michael Stimola will exhibit a series of photos at the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse which showcase a subject that...

Snapping a snapper

Lisa Vanderhoop has been photographing dogs for most of her professional career, so it's not surprising that she’s captured more than a few funny...

Billy Hoff’s inscrutable images

“I'm kind of an escapist,” said artist Billy Hoff. “I usually try to keep as far away from reality as possible.” Of course, he's...

Miniature art with a mammoth purpose

Amy Benford considers her artistic output a collaboration. In 2013, Benford lost her 15-year-old daughter Abbie to anaphylactic shock brought on by an allergic...

Ann Vaughan Leggett’s classical works in new exhibit

Ann Vaughan Leggett, who passed away in 2014, left behind a legacy of hundreds of paintings capturing subject matter ranging from Islanders at work...

A nature connection informs the work of Lynda Reeves McIntyre

Artist and dancer Lynda Reeves McIntyre has a very close connection with nature. ”I'm happiest being in the dirt, climbing mountains, kayaking,” she says....

1970s Bowery in black-and-white

Edward Grazda of New York City and Chilmark has forged a successful career during four decades of documenting people and places. His work has...

Featherstone’s latest exhibit finds art in the elements

When artist Elizabeth Whelan was given the chance to develop a theme for a show at Featherstone, she dug back into her childhood for...

Abstract abounds at the Louisa Gould Gallery

For 12 years now, Louisa Gould has hosted an abstract art show, giving Vineyarders and visitors the chance to check out some examples of...

After a lifetime of teaching, Marston Clough pursues the palette

As a scientist and science teacher, Vineyard native Marston Clough spent a lifetime following facts, formulas, proofs, and equations. It wasn't until he retired...

Artist Max Decker looks inward with his latest work

Artist Max Decker has made some major changes in his life recently. After living in Brooklyn for five years, focusing on a music career,...

Singing the blues at the playhouse

Last Friday night, while the masses headed over to Oak Bluffs to watch the fireworks, a small but enthusiastic crowd had the chance to...

Rhonda K. Brown’s bold lines and vivid colors

Artist Rhonda K. Brown has been immersed in art from an early age. In 1980 her parents, Ernestine and Malcom Brown, opened the first...

Island history reflected in paintings of the Hancock-Mitchell House

Ever since the Sheriff's Meadow Foundation took on the project of restoring and repurposing the historic Hancock-Mitchell House in Quansoo, all types of experts...

Nature reflects life in artist Pepe Conley’s new exhibit

There's something that sets artist Pepe Conley apart from other artists who exhibit their work on Martha's Vineyard. Well, a couple of things, in...