Thursday, May 23, 2024

Visual Arts

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Friday, Oct.

Leslie Baker shows in Boston

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West Tisbury painter Leslie Baker is one of a select few Vineyard artists who belong to Boston's prestigious Copley Society of Art.

Sculpture honors Jacqueline Pimentel

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Jacqueline Pimentel, a longtime Edgartown resident and advocate for the arts, will be remembered this Saturday, Oct.

Fish: Catching the look and spirit

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Water and its resident animals have had a primal connection to humans for more than two million years, sustaining our bodies and nourishing our souls.

Ann Smith is named new director at Featherstone

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Featherstone Center for the Arts announced Monday that Francine Kelly had resigned after eight years at the helm of the nonprofit.

Show openings

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Featherstone Center for the Arts, 4 to 6 pm.

Do seasonal changes influence artists?

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Rez Williams, painter: The work that I do, the subject I'm interested in — the New Bedford steel-hulled boats — have a brutal quality to them, and that seems to fit winter, which is a brutal time of year.

Multi-media Artists

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Around the turn of the century, Picasso and Braque coined the term "collage" for mixed-media art, but artists have been adding unexpected objects to their work practically as long as art has been created.

Cousen Rose’s big season wind up

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Against a quieter backdrop, the Island art community has summoned its creative energies to make the start of September a memorable time for gallery goers.

Three galleries celebrate September

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Just when one might think the entire Island has exhaled, think everything has downshifted, cut back, and spent all its energy, the galleries in the Arts District in Oak Bluffs are proving otherwise.

Art of Metal Sculpture at Featherstone

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The Art of Metal Sculpture show at Featherstone Center for the Arts has filled the gallery with a diverse and rather ingenious collection of art that demonstrates the wide range of sculptural possibilities in metal.

Sculptor David Geiger finds meaning

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When surveying David Geiger's sculptures, abstract and representational, one can easily identify his passion for horticulture, his fascination with human form, as well as his psychological themes.

Glances

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Starting September 20, Sandy Bernat of Seastone Papers in West Tisbury, is offering a Sunset Papermaking Series on Mondays through October, from 4 to 6 pm.

Openings

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THURSDAY, SEPT.

Despite all, a lively Artisans Festival

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Earl, the hurricane that fizzled, didn't stop the 15th annual M.

Reflecting on Featherstone

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Now that summer is winding down, Featherstone Center for the Arts executive director Francine Kelly has a few moments to reflect on what she calls a "very prosperous season.

Other than by sales, how do you assess a successful season?

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Jennifer Pillsworth, director, The Field Gallery: The way that I assess a successful season is whether our artists have made wonderful work — fresh, exciting and new — and if they have gone off in new and different directions.

Max Decker’s two worlds

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West Tisbury native Max Decker is a Brooklyn-based musician and, during the summer months, a painter who shows his work at PIKNIK Fine Arts & Apparel gallery in Oak Bluffs.

Glances

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Ms.

Openings

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Old Sculpin Gallery 6 to 8 pm.