Ray Ewing is a photographic explorer, known for insightful Martha’s Vineyard images and road-trip photos of pyramids, castles and other anachronistic...
Tom Maley founded the Field Gallery in 1971 in the West Tisbury field behind his family’s home with fellow artists Robert Schwartz, Eleanor Coen and...
The popular art show and collectible sale has been postponed due to concerns over the Delta variant of Covid, Martha’s Vineyard Community Services...
Island artist Margot Datz, known for her fanciful images of animals, people and mermaids as well as larger-scale murals, brought a new crop of...
Sculpture and jewelry by Ronni Simon, archival photographs — and of course the calendar that was such a labor of love for the late Peter Simon — all...
Margot Datz’s brings her annual one-day art show MakeBelieve to the Grange Hall in West Tisbury on Saturday, August 7. The art was created in...
The Harbor Homes of Martha’s Vineyard art sale benefit at the Grange Hall raised close to $50,000 for the organization.
Writer, artist, scholar, educator and neighbor — Della Hardman was warmly remembered Saturday for her many contributions to the Vineyard on the...
Give Me Shelter is not just a Rolling Stones song — it is now an art benefit for the homeless on Martha’s Vineyard.
Anthony Holand’s latest sculpture, an 11-foot seahorse, is so impressive it’s stopping traffic.
On Saturday evening the first Oak Bluffs Arts District stroll of the season invited art lovers to slow down and enjoy the work of six different...
Island painter Kara Taylor is back at her Chilmark gallery after another productive off-season in South Africa. She hosts her first reception of the...

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Arts Briefs

The First Congregational Church of West Tisbury will host a concert called Belonging, Journeying and Loving on Sunday, Oct. 31.

The popular art show and collectible sale has been postponed due to concerns over the Delta variant of Covid, Martha’s Vineyard Community Services...

Give Me Shelter is not just a Rolling Stones song — it is now an art benefit for the homeless on Martha’s Vineyard.

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