Saturday, April 20, 2024

Visual Arts

Debut at West Tisbury Library

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Judging from his impressive vitae, it should not surprise anyone who knows television writer, producer, playwright, and author Arnold Rabin that he has found and demonstrated his accomplishment in yet another creative pursuit.

When asked, how do you explain a painting’s meaning?

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Ruth Adams, owner Tree House Studio: I say, does it touch a feeling or an experience within your soul; or simply your love of color and design?

Show openings

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North Water Gallery, 5 to 7 pm, Artists' Reception.

Pretty as a picture: Wearable art

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That's the question we sought to answer when we visited Michael Hunter, gallery owner and fashion stylist, Stina Sayre, clothing designer, Ronni Simon, and Beth McElhiney, both jewelry designers and gallery owners.

Stephanie Danforth: Artist with a mission

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It's hard to tell if the glow in the sunlit living room comes from Stephanie Danforth's incandescent paintings or from her expression as she describes the decade she's spent as a full-time artist and humanitarian.

Glances

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Ruth Adams' Treehouse Studios on State Road will be glowing with the vibrant paintings of Islander Enos Ray through Labor Day.

Are new artists playing it safer?

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Evan Fielder, co-owner Fielder, Fielder & Fielder Gallery: Most of our artists are established, but yes, I think in this economy, new artists are playing it safer.

Harry Seymour at Craven Gallery

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It was a lively scene at Carol Craven Gallery on State Road in West Tisbury at this past Sunday's opening of work by award-winning artist Harry Seymour.

Featherstone’s Art of Ceramic Bowls

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Leave it to Featherstone Center for the arts to come up with the clever idea of combining the art of cooking with The Art of the Ceramic Bowl.

Children Rule at Old Sculpin

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Children from 7 to 12 years old, art students at Martha's Vineyard Art Association's (MVAA) Studio School, revealed their accomplishments this past Saturday, August 14, at a show of their work at Old Sculpin Gallery on Dock Street, Edgartown.

Entertainment on Island

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Fall's approaching, yet the Vineyard still bustles with all forms of entertainment in up-close and personal small-town settings.

Worthington: Design for living

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He is an affable man, used to being interviewed and being quotable.

John Thayer’s practical art

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Function, order, and no wasted space.

Year round galleries on Martha’s VIneyard

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Between the months of May and September the number of residents on Martha's Vineyard increases tenfold.

The art of politics

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When the President vacations on Martha's Vineyard, Island art turns into a political celebration.

Glances

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Award-winning artist Harry N.

Show openings

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Pep Art, 5 to 8 pm, artists reception, Farm Art.

What was one of your biggest risks?

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Anthony Holand, Tuck & Holand Gallery: I think my biggest risk was being willing to assume the entire responsibility for the business from Travis Tuck, who was my mentor and partner for the last five years of his life.

History and craft: Saltwater Gallery

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Step into Ashley Medowski's Saltwater Gallery on Lambert's Cove Road, and you've entered the magic world of a self-proclaimed jerry-rigger extraordinaire.

Groovy Sue’s gets it on

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Oak Bluffs artist Suesan Stovall, who sings with the same passion, creative energy and boldness she summons as an artist, has once again opened the doors to Groovy Sue Gallery, her backyard art gallery off New York Avenue in Oak Bluffs.