Following the Beat of the Creative Life

For Island's newest gallerists, the journey to the Vineyard included clogging, a band called Wet & Reckless and traveling the world working for relief organizations. CRFT SHW in Vineyard Haven is where these seemingly disparate experiences come together.

Shaw Cramer Gallery Will End a 20-Year Run

This season will be owner Nancy Shaw Cramer’s last for her Main street Vineyard Haven gallery, known for its high-end artwork in every medium. But if all goes according to plan, the decision won’t mean the end of art upstairs.

An Artist's Guide to Island Beaches

On Saturday, July 12, Ellen Liman invites you to head to the beach, by way of the Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse art gallery.

Big Easy Comes to Edgartown Bringing Its Own Artistic Flavor

A bit of New Orleans has popped up at 11 North Summer street in Edgartown. The music spilling out onto the sidewalk is the first hint of something different. The artwork takes it from there.

The new gallery displays the work of Chris Roberts-Antieau, a New Orleansbased artist and forward thinker who has decided to set up shop on the Island for the first time with a temporary gallery.

Pop-up Gallery Coming to Edgartown

New Orleans artist and gallery owner Chris Roberts-Antieau is opening a pop-up gallery in Edgartown. Sharing the name Antieau Gallery with its New Orleans counterpart, the gallery is at 11 North Summer street.

Gallery Opens in Nevin Square

Nikki Sedacca Gallery is opening in Nevin Square on Winter street in downtown Edgartown. The space will feature fine art as well as jewelry.

Visions of Art Around the Island

Memorial Day weekend marks the opening of most art galleries across the Island. Artists have busied themselves all winter with the creative process and now they’re ready to share.

Simon Gallery Celebration

Peter and Ronni Simon celebrate two events at their gallery on Main street in Vineyard Haven on Saturday, Nov. 30 from 3 to 6 p.m.

An Artful Soul Puts the Pieces Together

It may not be obvious what a garter, a spool of thread, yellow lace, old keys, feathers, antique sheet music and cowry shells all have in common, but once inside Suesan Stovall’s garage-converted art studio, it becomes clear.

Gallery Owners Look to Next Chapter in Their Creative Lives

Just after a Labor Day tradition of breakfast at Art Cliff Diner with friends, Don McKillop and Susan Davy sit together on a navy leather couch in their living room. Paintings cover the walls, sculptures rest on end tables and a rack of postcards stands tall in the corner. In addition to this being their living room, it is also the Dragonfly Fine Arts Gallery which the couple owns and operates.

Columbus Day weekend will mark an end and herald a beginning for Mr. McKillop and Ms. Davy.

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