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Cooking up magic

Lisanna Wallance calls herself a “culinary witch,” but forget any preconceptions you might have about her form of magic. Wallance is very much grounded...

Renowned maritime exhibit sails into the Vineyard

When the Mystic Museum Art Gallery closed its doors for good after 37 years of representing the country's foremost maritime painters, the artists were...

A provocative play

In this age of Zoom, with live, on-stage theater just a fond memory for the time being, the Martha's Vineyard Playhouse is presenting the...

Floral photography stays true to itself in this exhibit

Flowers have always been a popular subject for artists. However, while most are attracted to the color, vibrancy, and symmetry of nature's bounty, Libby...

See you in the funny pages

We can all use a good laugh these days. That's why the timing of the latest exhibit at the M.V. Film Center's Feldman Family...

Drawing competition garners submissions from far and wide

The theme for this year's Martha's Vineyard Drawing Prize competition was “Fortitude,” and the artists involved interpreted that word in a number of different...

Eight women each bring their own style to exhibit

The informal artists circle that is presenting an online exhibit via the West Tisbury library this month describes their group show as “8 Women,...

American masters at the Granary Gallery

Those not in the know might be surprised by the selection of national art treasures to be found in an unassuming red barn on...

Virtual reality

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Like many events these days, the Run & Shoot Filmworks' Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival (MVAAFF) will be taking place virtually this year,...

Expect the unexpected at Winter Street Gallery

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When Ingrid Lundgren and George Newall opened the pop-up Winter Street Gallery this past July, their idea was to diversify their selection of contemporary...

‘Magnetic Flux’ in the new Knowhere Center

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In 2016, New York City first opened the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, a replacement for the PATH train station in Lower Manhattan that...

Thoughtful folk art and rustic wares at Althea Designs

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You may have seen Althea Freeman-Miller's distinctive block prints at the Scottish Bakehouse, or if you visited the Artisans Festival or Chilmark Flea Market...

Sculptor Steve Lohman’s playful exhibit ‘That’s All Folks’

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Much of the work that wire sculptor Steve Lohman is known for is on a fairly large scale. He creates three-dimensional line drawings writ...

Bold new works at the Eisenhauer Gallery

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The Eisenhauer Gallery in Edgartown has always been known for the diversity of the work on display. From abstract to realism, from landscapes to...

Two new women artists join Knowhere Gallery this season

This summer, Oak Bluffs’ Knowhere Gallery, now in its sophomore year, is showcasing the work of a handful of women artists. Joining the forces...

Winter Street Gallery makes its debut, showcasing contemporary art

A unique sort of gallery made its debut in Edgartown last month, and it's already created a good deal of buzz on the Island....

Picture this

During the depths of the Great Depression, the U.S. government helped support the arts by employing hundreds of artists through the WPA (Works Progress...

Don’t become complacent

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I live part-time in NYC, in the heart of midtown Manhattan. The past few months have been very challenging. The city was dealt a...

Hannah Moore has her first exhibit at the Field Gallery

Hannah Moore first met Field Gallery director Jennifer Pillsworth officially, as artist and gallerist respectively, when the former was attending an exhibit of her...

Capturing summer’s look and feel

While Louisa Gould may be facilitating safe social distancing practices at her Main Street gallery in Vineyard Haven, that doesn't mean that the walls...
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