Creative Process Feeds on Island Love
Landry Harlan
Rows of small paint brushes were lined up by the window of Ashley Medowski’s studio Monday morning in West Tisbury.
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Integrating the Art of Curating and Conservation
Katherine Gianni
Megan Ottens-Sargent is a woman of many passions — two of which come together at the Sargent Gallery in Aquinnah.
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Photography Opening for Elizabeth Cecil
Photographer Elizabeth Cecil is hosting a new exhibition of her work from August 10 to 12 at Salte.
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Birds, Fish, Boats, Barns at Lambert's Cove Gallery
Ashley Medowski is hosting her annual summer show on Saturday, August 11 from 5 to 8 p.m. at her gallery on Lambert’s Cove Road.
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Sargent Gallery Show

The Sargent Gallery in Aquinnah is holding a reception for its August show called Bios Kentron. The show is up from August 5 through August 17, with an opening reception on Sunday, August 5 from to 8 p.m.

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Louisa Gould Gallery Celebrates Fifteen Years
Katherine Gianni
The Louisa Gould Gallery turns 15 on August 3, but gallery owner and Island artist Louisa Gould couldn’t wait to celebrate.
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Louisa Gould Gallery's Fifteen @ Fifteen

In March of 2003, Louisa Gould opened a 400-square-foot gallery on Beach Road to display her personal photography. During the course of 15 years, the gallery has moved to Main street in Vineyard Haven, grown fivefold, is open year-round, and displays the work of up to 50 artists on the Island.

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Small Street, Big Artistic Impact
On Saturday July 7, from 4 to 7 p.m. Oak Bluffs celebrates its first art stroll of the season.
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Sargent Gallery Opens Summer Season

The Sargent Gallery in Aquinnah opens its summer season on July 1 with a group show called Elementality. The show continues through July 22.

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Boat Shop That Became a Home for Island Art
Gilberta D. Goodwin
When in Edgartown, we invite you to take a walk along Dock street to the northern end. There beside you is a tall grey building. Look up and up and see how it reaches into the sky with cathedral dignity. It has a tower on the front, as does any proper cathedral, and also many windows on the long sides. Farther up are rows of skylights like the clerestory in a Gothic medieval church, but our skylights leak. High in the peaks are two round windows, the glass pink with age, so it boasts two rose windows as well.
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