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The right whales

With only about 400 individuals remaining in the world, the North Atlantic right whale is one of the most endangered marine animals. One of...

Art among friends

Stephen Engley has been drawing since childhood, and although he's experimented with painting and other media, drawing is still his first love. “I'm kind...

Photographer Andrew Childs reveals ‘Light Beyond Vision’

What if what you see isn’t necessarily what you get? In fact, you get a lot more in Andrew Child’s new book, “Light Beyond...

Photojournalist Allen Green has an eye for good stories and photos

As a photojournalist Allen Green spent a lifetime traveling around the world, documenting moments in history. His work has appeared in numerous prestigious journals...

Natural world

The driving force behind much of artist Jannette Vanderhoop's work is a desire to educate people to respect nature through art. “I have always...

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...

All good things at the ‘Summer’s End’ exhibition

Perhaps you’re celebrating the relative peace that has descended upon the Island now that we have made it past Labor Day. Traffic is back...

Christina Gallery has the same fine art at its new location

The Christina Gallery is now located at 5 Winter St., three doors from its longtime location on the corner of Winter Street and North...

Kim McCarthy’s photos reveal the beauty of Island nature

Kim McCarthy took a whole year to stop and smell the roses. Her subject matter: landscapes across the Island. “Doing the photography made me...

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...

Richard Limber shines a light in his latest exhibit

Richard Limber’s ink-on-paper works lining the long wall at the Edgartown library shift across the spectrum from descriptive, where you get a sense of...

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...

Michael Johnson brings ‘Joy’ to Island through his photography

Nestled away off the beaten path behind Claudia Jewelry in Vineyard Haven is a little gem of a gallery owned by Michael Johnson, an...

Cousen Rose ends the season with a retrospective

Cousen Rose Gallery in Oak Bluffs ends the season with a retrospective that showcases most of its 17 artists. “This was an incredible summer...

‘The Wild World of Jacqueline Baer’

It took 86 years, but Jackie Baer finally had a coming-out party, and some party it was. Last Sunday, Kara Taylor turned over half...

Meet your Island neighbors in ‘Face Value’ exhibit

Perhaps another title for Dan Waters’ stunning portrait photography show “Face Value” could be “The Value of a Face,” for his works not only...

Gail Rodney exhibits watercolors, pastels, oils, and collages at Old Sculpin

Longtime Old Sculpin Gallery painter Gail Rodney completes her exhibition of 20 works on Thursday, August 29, and Friday, August 30. This artist works...

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...

A window into Africa through Jennifer Smith Turner’s exhibit

Glorious, lush nature abounds on our green-hued Island, but Jennifer Smith Turner’s exhibition “A Glimpse of Africa” will transport you to a very different...