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    Cousen Rose ends the season with a retrospective

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    By Brooks Robards Cousen Rose Gallery in Oak Bluffs ends the season with a retrospective that showcases most of its 17 artists. “This was an incredible summer for selling art,” said owner Zita Cousens in...

    Kara Taylor Gallery: ‘The Wild World of Jacqueline Baer’

    It took 86 years, but Jackie Baer finally had a coming-out party, and some party it was. Last Sunday, Kara Taylor turned over half her studio in Chilmark to showcase Jackie Baer’s beaded manikins,...

    Artist and sculptor Barney Zeitz’s far-reaching projects

    Barney Zeitz, “a self-employed artist since 1972,” just had some of his stained glass windows installed in a church in Flieden, Germany, and two more windows are being shipped next week. Now he’s working...

    Sargent Gallery is home to art with environmental leanings

    The Sargent Gallery in Aquinnah is unique among Vineyard art spaces in that owner Megan Ottens-Sargent has a clear-cut mission that is reflected in both the artwork she exhibits as well as the talks...

    2019 Ag Fair poster winner

    Elissa Turnbull of Chilmark submitted the winning entry for this year’s Agricultural Fair poster. Fair manager Amy Coffey says that there were more than 30 entries, which ranged from pigs to tractors to Ferris...

    Island galleries open their doors for the season

    Memorial Day weekend generally heralds the kickoff to the summer gallery season and, with the addition of new artists at some of the established galleries and a few new spaces adding their presence to...

    Elizabeth Lennie’s love of water translates on canvas

    It's not surprising that artist Elizabeth Lennie is drawn to water subjects. Lennie is an avid scuba diver who spends part of every year in Mexico pursuing her passion. What might surprise those viewing...

    More than pretty petals

    There's a lot more than pretty pictures to this year's Art of Flowers show at Featherstone. Along with over 100 works of art, the show also includes some wonderful displays by some of the...

    Time to celebrate the Old Sculpin

    By Josephine Brennan   If you’ve spent time walking around the bustling harbor in Edgartown, you’ve likely passed the distinct and historic Old Sculpin Gallery. Located next to the Chappy ferry, the Old Sculpin will celebrate...

    One Island, many stories at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum

    By Brittany Bowker First, it was a marine hospital. Then, a summer camp. Now, it’s the Martha’s Vineyard Museum — the Island’s newest cultural and historic installment. After over 50 years on School Street in...