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Micah Thanhauser is all fired up

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Micah Thanhauser of Merry Farm Pottery recently saw a longtime dream come true when he was finally, after five years of planning, able to...

Freedom of expression

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For the past decade-plus, artist Elizabeth Whelan has focused on portraiture, skillfully capturing each subject's likeness, as well as personality, in oil. More recently...

A joyful Jubilee

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The latest business to arrive on Circuit Ave. is more than just a place to shop for beautiful and unique gifts. Owner Kahina Van...

The ghostess with the mostest

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Those who are familiar with writer Holly Nadler probably know that she is often called upon at this time of year to tell ghost...

Ralph Frisina’s exhibit at Louisa Gould’s Gallery is just in time for the Derby

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Artist Ralph Frisina can wax poetic about something as pedestrian as a rusty old boat engine or a battle-scarred fishing lure. Of the latter...

Winter Street Gallery ends season with new exhibit

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A quote from Virginia Woolf's landmark novel “To the Lighthouse” was chosen by the co-owners of Edgartown's Winter Street Gallery as the theme for...

Island to Island with musician John Cruz

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Singer-songwriter John Cruz has a passion for islands. The Hawaiian-born and -raised musician spent many summers on the Vineyard back in the 1980s and...

‘Jaws’ unhinged

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If, like me, you think that “Jaws” is the greatest film ever made, you may want to get down to New York City to...

Old Sculpin wraps up the season with a new exhibit

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For their last group show of the season, the Old Sculpin Gallery is featuring the work of five local women, each representing a distinctive...

Island treasures at Galaxy Gallery

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The half-dozen women represented in the current exhibit at the Galaxy Gallery have called the Vineyard home for most of their lives. And since...

Paul Goodnight, exhibiting at Cousen Rose Gallery, found his voice with his art

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“If you don't have a voice, you don't have a choice,” said artist Paul Goodnight in a recent interview with ABC News. Goodnight lost...

Find a family of creatives at Miner Family Gallery

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If you take a walk down Beach Street Extension — the very short street that makes up the fifth corner of Five Corners, where...

Twenty years of excellence in art at the Louisa Gould Gallery

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In current times, with digital access to almost anything you can think of available, brick-and-mortar art galleries are suffering the same fate as bookstores,...

Annual art show benefits homeless initiatives

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An annual event, happening next Wednesday and Thursday, will provide visitors with an opportunity to view a fairly comprehensive selection of work by local...

Kara Taylor’s newest work: ‘Tiny Totems’

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“Totems can represent many things to many people,” says artist Kara Taylor. “So many cultures feature them, and view them in different ways. They...

Boats and art in a tribute to Edgartown’s past

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Of all of the historical figures who made their mark on Martha's Vineyard, Manuel Swartz Roberts may very well be the most interesting (of...

Field Gallery season opener highlights artistic duo

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The pandemic years have proven to be a catalyst for a local artist couple to stretch their boundaries and even combine their talents in...

Winter Street’s ‘On Genres’

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With the current show at the Winter Street Gallery, “On Genres,” owners Ingrid Lundgren and George Newall have chosen to take a centuries-old tradition...

Lively lineup

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The Martha's Vineyard Playhouse is back in full swing this year, with a lineup of productions on both the Playhouse stage in Vineyard Haven...

Galaxy Gallery presents artists’ views of Oak Bluffs

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While Vineyard artists tend to favor scenes around the up-Island towns, focusing on the beaches and farmlands in West Tisbury, Chilmark, and Aquinnah, there's...