Travis Tuck: Sculpting Life on His Terms

“I guess if you’re comfortable with how the game is going to end, then you can play.” Sounds of a baseball game float through the window from the playing field on the other side of the trees. “Personally, and I don’t mean this for others, it’s like — I don’t know, but I tend to believe that this life is it. So I’m not sitting there worrying about judgments and devils and angels. No hell to pay. When it’s over, it’s over.” .

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A Math Mind Turns to Sculpture Art for His Life's Mission

While studying at Princeton University, Jay Lagemann squeezed in every art history class he could between his load of mathematics courses.

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Art of Stella Waitzkin Continues to Tell New Stories

Artist Stella Waitzkin, a longtime Vineyarder who died in 2003, is being celebrated again with an exhibit at the Slag Gallery in New York city called These Books Are Paintings.

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Basking in the Shade of an Artful Exploration

Behind Aquinnah Circle’s rolling green hills, beside the small, gray-shingled Cliff Shops, six new trees have sprouted.

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Artist Barney Zeitz Goes Big for Inclusiveness
Louisa Hufstader

Barney Zeitz's latest project enlarges—literally—the themes of community and inclusiveness that appear in his earlier works.

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Staying True to the Art of Remembrance
Will Sennott

For four years Barney Zeitz has been working on a series of stained glass windows for a church in Germany that was once a synagogue. In two weeks, the last windows head overseas.

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Small in Stature, Huge in Spirit: the Bonsai Club

Every third Tuesday of the month, the Martha's Vineyard Bonsai Club, a group as varied and ageless as the tiny junipers, jades and jasmines in their possession, gathers.

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