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Robert Cardinal Studio & Gallery 54 Shore Road North Truro 508.487.1167 Kiley Court Gallery 445 Commercial St. Provincetown 508.487.4496 ROBERTCARDINAL.COM
Thanassi Gallery 234 Commercial St. 508. 487. 0233
LESLIE BERENSON Thanassi Gallery
234 Commercial Street
508 487 0233
The William Scott Gallery CHET JONES
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Woodman/Shimko Gallery “Provincetown To Palm Springs: 3,000 Miles of Art” TM
Cassandra Complex Now We’re Even
398 Commercial Street Provincetown, MA 02657 1105 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92262 WoodmanShimkoGallery@gmail.com
508.487.0606 760.322.1230 WoodmanShimkoGallery.com
Waiting 2017 oil on panel 24” x 30”
meganhinton.com Wellfleet Studio by appointment
exhibiting new paintings and drawings at AMP Gallery artmarketprovincetown.com opening August 25 to September 7, 2017 432 Commercial Street 646.298.9258
G A L L E R Y 430 commercial street | provincetown ma 02657 508.487.1052 | r i c e p o l a k g a l l e r y. c o m
THE CHARLES - BALTIVIK GALLERY Featuring works on copper, canvas and maple wood.
Katherine Baltivik | Andrea Sawyer | Timmer Naylor | Joanne Bartone Al Cave | Michael Marrinan | Michael Moss | Paul Rybarczyk
Art for everyone! Own a piece of Provincetown. 432 Commercial Street 508/487-3611 cbgallery.net Artist Owned & Operated
HILDA NEILY GALLERY Paintings by Hilda Neily
Hilda Neily Sunset over High Head oil on canvas 30” x 36”
364 Commercial Street 508.487.6300 | 727.743.6393
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Michelle Mikulski Special thanks to: Catherine Widgery, Beth Galston, Lauren Ewing, Roy Staab, Jay Critchley, Chris McCarthy, Jim Zimmerman, Heather Bruce, Stephen Rome, Lydia Hamnquist and Heather Egeli for providing occasional nutrition to a publisher coasting on coffee and pretzels. Long Point Studio P.O. Box 1506 Provincetown, MA 02657 email@example.com 508.487.6681 LIKE US on Facebook Browse the book, advertise with us, and order copies: provincetownartguide.com © 2017 Provincetown Art Guide Long Point Studio All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any form without the express written permission of the publisher.
LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER When I was young, I remember seeing a photo of a work by Christo- white billowing sheets stretching across a beige landscape. I wasn't quite sure what I was viewing but I found it exciting. It was an inexplicable object in an unexpected location that somehow felt like it belonged. I had that same sensation in 1994 when I came upon an odd but beautiful structure while riding my bike in Provincetown's west end. There, amid the stunning contours of the moors, was an intriguing curvilinear reed sculpture. It felt comforting and not at all antithetical to the beautiful vista it bisected. It was clearly an object wrought by man. Yet this man's hand was tenderly holding nature's. A similar excitement prevailed that same summer when I experienced Catherine Widgery's remarkable gravitydefying sculpture, Nevertheless, at the Provincetown Art Association. Precious objects of old Cape Cod– some quite heavy– were transformed into a lovely weightless wisp of a poem about impermanence. I was equally surprised and delighted through the years by Beth Galston's dangling lightpods, Jay Critchley's sand-encrusted motel memorial and Lauren Ewing's ever growing, undulating neon waves beneath the Bas Relief. I thank these artists for taking art out of the box and for their transformative work– reminding one of the poignant beauty of that which is fleeting as well as the excitement of the gorgeous unexpected still to come.
Roy F. Staab Moors' Monitor site specific sculpture, July 22, 1998 Provincetown 10 | provincetownartguide.com
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HERE TODAY... GONE TOMORROW Works by Jay Critchley Lauren Ewing Beth Galston Roy Staab Catherine Widgery
142 commercial street, provincetown, ma 506.274.8298 adampeckgallery.com
142 Commercial Street | 508.274.8298 firstname.lastname@example.org | adampeckgallery.com instagram/facebook/twitter/adampeckgallery
James Balla untitled charcoal on paper 2017
Adam Peck seeks the iconic image. In his paint on panel or reverse glass paintings, he pares it down to only what is necessary to tempt the imagination of the viewer. Look for us at our new location across the street at 142 Commercial (corner of Montello). The gallery will also have solo shows this season for Sian Robertson, Robert Goldstrom, Kathy Cotter and Jen Rumpza.
A. Peck Lune paint on wood panel 24" x 24"
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2 ALBERT MEROLA GALLERY 424 Commercial Street | 508.487.4424 | email@example.com albertmerolagallery.com Since 1988, the Albert Merola Gallery has been one of the primary venues for contemporary and historically significant Provincetown related art. Richard Baker, James Balla, Daniel Bodner, Paul Bowen, Fritz Bultman, Ann Chernow, Donna Flax, Pat de Groot, Lyle Ashton Harris, Sharon Horvath, Cary S. Leibowitz/Candyass, Irene Lipton, Michael Mazur, Jack Pierson, Mischa Richter, Duane Slick, Richard Tinkler, Tabitha Vevers, John Waters, Helen Miranda Wilson, William Wood, Timothy Woodman, Frank Yamrus, Picasso ceramics and fine prints.
423 Commercial Street | 508.487.4230 | open year round, daily in season | firstname.lastname@example.org | aldengallery.com An accomplished contemporary collection of work by artists with a variety of approaches, both representational and abstract, rooted in Provincetown traditions. Shows of new work are scheduled from May through Sept. (with Friday evening openings) featuring our gallery artists: Ed Christie, Kevin Cyr, Cathleen Daley, Alice Denison, Joerg Dressler, Robert Glisson, RaĂşl Gonzalez III, Paul Kelly, Sean McCabe, Catherine McCarthy, Robert Morgan, Paul Pedulla, Linda Reedy, Anne Salas, Heather Toland, Mike Wright, and Laurence Young.
Ed Christie Knobby 2016 resin/mixed media
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ART MARKET PROVINCETOWN
a live gallery space
4 AMP GALLERY 432 Commercial Street, Provincetown | 646.298.9258 open May thru Dec & by apptointment | artmarketprovincetown.com A ‘live’ contemporary gallery space dedicated to visual, conceptual, performance artists, filmmakers & writers. 2017 features Diane Ayott, Susan Bee, Karen Cappotto, David Chick, Barbara Cohen, Larry Collins, Jay Critchley, Rose deSmith Greenman, Richard Dorff, Mimi Gross, Barbara Hadden, Megan Hinton, M P Landis, Jackie Lipton, David Macke, Deborah Martin, Bobby Miller, Pasquale Natale, Pat Place, Marian Roth, Jicky Schnee, Rafael Sanchez, Anne Stott, Judith Trepp, Charlie Welch, Forrest Williams, Rick Wrigley & others.
5 ANGELA RUSSO FINE ART AT THE KARILON GALLERY
Thomas Antonelli acrylic on canvas
Angela Russo makes her fine art images utilizing in-house stateof-the-art pigment printing all the way up to 5’x7’. Any of her images can be custom-made based on your room’s spatial requirements. Timeless, nostalgic, and romantic – her images imbue an uncommon view of Provincetown and the Outer Cape. Stop by and see them in person!
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6 ANTONELLI GIARDELLI GALLERY 416 Commercial Street | 508.487.9693 | daily in season: 11-6 and 8-10, off season: Fri-Mon 12-5 and by appointment Our 34th Season. Featuring the Paintings of Thomas Antonelli.
Ptown View photograph
447 Commercial Street | 617.233.9234 | open daily during the summer season, weekends off-season | russophoto.com
A N TO N E L L I G I A R D E L L I G A L L E RY
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SIMIE MARYLES GALLERY 435 Commercial St. Provincetown 508 . 487 . 7878 simiemaryles.com
382 Commercial Street | 626.695.0551 | 12-4 / 7-10 egeligallery.com
J. Forsberg Provincetown Light, c.1950 50" x 40"
In 1899 when Charles Hawthorne founded the Provincetown art colony with his Cape Cod School of Art, a new brand of American Impressionism was born. Painters have sought since to capture the town's unique light & subject matter. Arthur Egeli Gallery represents old Provincetown masters including: Charles Hawthorne, John Whorf, George Elmer Browne, and contemporary masters including John Clayton, Margaret McWethy, Jerome Greene, Cedric and Joanette Egeli, Shane Wolf, Ignat Ignatov, Steve Toomey, Sarah Wardell, Lisa Egeli, & Arthur Egeli.
A. Egeli Against the Waves oil on canvas 40" x 30"
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8 BERTA WALKER GALLERIES PROVINCETOWN & WELLFLEET 208 Bradford Street, Provincetown | 508.487.6411 40 Main Street, Wellfleet | 774.383.3161 Director: Grace Hopkins | Curator: Berta Walker email@example.com | bertwalkergallery.com Berta Walker Gallery has been highlighting the rich cultural heritage of Provincetown's 125-year old art colony for over 35 years, and is known for showing a wide variety of important Provincetown-affiliated art and artists, dating as far back as 1915 on through to the contemporary masters of today. Ample Parking at both locations.
373 Commercial Street | 508.487.4994 | bowersockgallery.com Representing regional and nationally known artists across New England, with artists who are members of The Guild of Boston Artists, Copley Society of Art, and National Sculpture Society. Featuring fine art highlighted for both the contemporary, modern, abstract and classic collector. Works on display include: portrait, photography, landscape, still life, figurative, sculpture, nude, realism, and encaustic works in a wide range of styles.
Scott Conary Bedroom Window 42"x36"
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Ray Wiggs Gallery
Ray Wiggs oil on canvas 30”x40”
432 COMMERCIAL STREET PROVINCETOWN 774.593.5143 raywiggsgallery.com
robert glisson alice denison
laurence young | | | |
ed christie | kevin cyr | cathleen daley | alice denison | joerg dressler robert glisson | raĂşl gonzalez III | paul kelly | sean mccabe catherine mccarthy | robert morgan | paul pedulla | linda reedy anne salas | heather toland | mike wright | laurence young
joerg dressler | 423 Commercial Street | www.aldengallery.com | firstname.lastname@example.org | t 508.487.4230
HERE TODAY... GONE TOMORROW Paying Homage to the Art of the Ephemeral SPECIAL FEATURE INSTALLATION ART
Works by Roy Staab Beth Galston Lauren Ewing Catherine Widgery Jay Critchley
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Nevertheless, 2004 Provincetown Art Association and Museum | photo: James Zimmerman 24 | provincetownartguide.com
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CATHERINE WIDGERY I think I wanted to confound expectations in every way. We walk into a gallery, we're expecting things to be sitting on the floor or hanging on the wall. So nothing touches the floor and nothing touches the wall. Everything about this is to confound what you're expecting about these objects, about the way you experience sculpture in a space. It's over your head. You have to physically respond to it in a different way. In a sense, it equalizes everything. Everything is equally weightless in a certain way. We know these objects are heavy but the way they look is weightless. So it's what you know versus what you're actually experiencing in the work. It was a crucial moment in my career as I in a sense 'let go' of the object in my work when I made this. All those beautiful, seductive and fragile things collected over years and when the exhibition was over, I gave them all away or simply threw them out. I suppose it was the sense of non attachment to the physical world that is very freeing, but it was also based on a perception I have increasingly had that the physical world is an illusion. Recent science has been proving this to be true. I have been reading the recently published The Lightness of Being: Mass, Ether and the Unification of Forces by Frank Wilczek and feel excited that science is in the process of proving that mass itself is an illusion, that all is energy. – Catherine Widgery, Cambridge, MA, 2017 Including an excerpt from the video “Nevertheless, 2004” produced by Jennifer Moller
CATHERINE WIDGERY and her team have created more than 50 site-specific public art projects across the U.S. and Canada. In addition to numerous solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums, her award-winning projects have been featured on the covers of Sculpture, Landscape Architecture, Espace and World Sculpture News magazines. Learn more at widgery.com. 2017 Provincetown Art Guide | 25
gallery and studio • 465 commercial street • 508.221.0416 • michaelmcguire.net
432 Commercial Street | 508.487.3611 | Mon/Wed/Thur: 11-5 Fri/Sat: 11-8, off-season: by appointment | cbgallery.net facebook.com/charles.baltivik.gallery Established in 1994 the gallery showcases artists with strong ties to Provincetown’s rich artistic heritage. Showcasing owner Katherine Baltivik’s bold, colorful oils on copper & maple wood, Andrea Sawyer’s street oils of Provincetown's magical light, Timmer Naylor’s acrylic seascapes, Joanne Bartone's lyrical images, Michael Marrinan’s oil on copper landscapes, Michael Moss's oil landscapes, Al Cave & Paul Rybarczyk's male figurative works. Affordable Provincetown art.
Katherine Baltivik White-lined Houses
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11 CORTILE GALLERY Cortile Gallery Interior
230 Commercial Street | 508.487.4200 | open year round: in season, daily; off season, weekends | cortilegallery.com Located in one of Provincetown’s centrally located historic buildings, Cortile Gallery offers a diverse contemporary collection of original fine artwork by emerging & established local, regional and national artists. Offerings span genres from abstract to realism and include oils, encaustics, glass, ceramic, bronze, jewelry and woodcuts. One may also visit and view additional works at nearby Cortile Gallery Artist Studios.
115 Bradford Street | hours: Wed-Sun 11-5, later on Fri. and by appt. Mon & Tues | email@example.com | cuspgallery.com A new gallery featuring contemporary limited edition fine art photography by Curtis Speer. Exhibiting introspective bodies of work that play with the mind and eyes. Using light as the main subject, Speer illuminates the subtleties of life, death, color, contrast and emotion. Shows include the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Longview Gallery in D.C., Modernism Week in Palm Springs, and the Beverly Hills Art Show. For more information and exhibit schedules, please visit the website.
Curtis Speer Joey Pigment Ink, German Etching
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The William Scott Gallery
K AT E R YA N
CHRIS TOPHER SOUSA
439 COMMERCIAL STREET
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373 Commercial Street - 508-487-4994
Visit bowersockgallery.com to see all of our artists.
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Gallery Opening Reception
24 Pearl Street | 508.487.9960 | fawc.org/calendar The Fine Arts Work Center offers dynamic, thought-provoking exhibitions featuring eminent Provincetown and national artists, of both contemporary and historic acclaim. During the summer, the Work Center offers 90 open-enrollment week-long workshops in creative writing and visual arts with renowned faculty. Readings, artist talks and open studios are presented weekly Monday-Thursday, free and open to the public. Exhibition openings are Fridays 6 to 8pm (consult calendar).The Fine Arts Work Center is a nationally renowned fellowship program for emerging writers and artists.
411 Commercial Street | 617.905.7432 | fourelevengallery.com
J. Frederick Harbor Sunrise Acrylic & Pencil 2016
For over 50 years, the rambling white house at 411 Commercial St. has been a studio and home to many artists and writers. The storefront gallery space, opened in 2011 by Liz Carney, is a true painter's gallery. It's been said by many locals that it evokes a feeling of old Provincetown. Paintings by Helen Grimm, Madelyn Carney, Matthew Capaldo, Liz Carney, Janine Evers, Peter Hocking, Janine Carney, Cheryl Robinson, Claire Griffin, Naya Bricher, Mary Carney, Tjasa Owen and Laura Shabott.
15 FREDERICK STUDIO PROVINCETOWN 237 Commercial Street | Whalerâ€™s Wharf | 508.247.7900 open every day in-season or by appointment frederickstudioprovincetown.com In its third season, this studio gallery of Provincetown artist James Frederick has moved to a larger space conveniently located on the first floor of Whalerâ€™s Wharf. The studio hosts opening receptions on selected Fridays from 6-9. See website for schedule. Frederick paints, draws comics and authors destination coloring books. Original paintings, comic books, Color Me P-Town, Color Me Cape Cod, and associated accessories are available.
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Peter Hocking Fort Hill oil on panel 6" x 6"
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357 Commercial Street
460 Harrison Avenue
Provincetown, MA 02657
Boston, MA 02118
NAYA BRICHER LIZ CARNEY MADELYN CARNEY MATTHEW CAPALDO JANINE EVERS HELEN GRIMM PETER HOCKING TJASA OWEN CHERYL ROBINSON LAURA SHABOTT
four eleven gallery
411 COMMERCIAL STREET 617.905.7432 fourelevengallery.com
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Established in 2015 to exhibit and promote the work of emerging + established international artists, Gaa Gallery’s roster is defined by an innovative curatorial intention: to both embody and embrace its region’s history as an essential touchstone for the creation of modern art, architecture, and design. Gaa Gallery creates solo and group exhibitions, editions and print publications. Exhibitions include works by Esteban Cabeza de Baca, Sophia Hamann, Heidi Howard, Peter Hutchinson, Thoralf Knobloch, Gary Kuehn, Dani Leventhal, Martin Mannig, Barry Stone, Ena Swansea, Erika Wastrom, Erin Woodbrey + Peter Zimmermann.
Peter Zimmermann unna 2017
494 Commercial Street Provincetown | 230B Main Street Wellfleet firstname.lastname@example.org | gaa-gallery.com
Aissa Santiso The Approach 2016
17 GALERÍA CUBANA 357 Commercial Street | 508.487.CUBA (2822) LaGaleriaCubana.com New England’s most comprehensive collection of contemporary Cuban art offering rarely seen works by both internationally renowned and emerging artists currently living in Cuba. Artists represented include Edel Bordón, Sandra Dooley, Aneet R. Fontes, Orestes Gaulhiac, Karlos Pérez and Luis Rodríguez NOA. Galería Cubana showcases paintings, prints & drawings that encapsulate the cultural depth, aesthetic diversity and political edge unique to Cuban art.
444 Commercial Street | 617.710.2026 | 413.364.0604 open daily in season | gallery openings with artist rec Fri. 7-10pm Gallery444PTown@comcast.net | gallery444ptown.com Located in the former Gallery Voyeur space in the heart of the East End Art District. Gallery 444 PTown will be showcasing various works by contemporary artists. Displaying national, regional & emerging artists on a weekly rotating basis & pop-up exhibitions throughout the season. The gallery’s select group of year-round core artists are painters, printmakers and photographers. Artists in all media can contact us to rent the gallery for their own ‘POP UP’ shows throughout the season.
Tara Conant Yellow Boat color photograph
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C. De Angelis Donald Duck with Dead Rat 2016
19 GARY MAROTTA FINE ART G-1 162 Commercial Street | 617.834.5262 | daily 11-4, 7-10 weekends off season | garymarottafineart.com Contemporary painting, photography & works on paper. Luis Cruz Azaceta: painting/drawing, Boris Bally: metalsmith, Katy Bisby: painting/drawing, Ria Brodell: painting/drawing, Cara DeAngelis: painting/ drawing, Michael Eade: paintings/watercolors, Milton H. Greene: Marilyn Monroe photos, Frank Malafronte: paintings, Peter Mangone: Marilyn Monroe stills, Joe McCaffery: wood fired pottery, Andrew Moore: photography, Manuel Pardo (1952-2012): painting/drawing, Segundo Planes: painting/watercolor & Maggie Simonelli: encaustic.
364 Commercial Street | 508.487.6300 | 727.743.6393 open May-Dec and by appointment | hildaneilygallery.com
Jesse Mireles Michael acrylic on artboard
Featuring oil paintings by Hilda Neily. An accomplished student of Henry Hensche & master teacher at the Cape School of Art, Neily continues to contribute to Provincetownâ€™s historic legacy of plein air Impressionism following in the school's 100 plus year tradition through painting the color & light in her Plein Air landscapes, seascapes, outdoor & North light still lifes. Neily started showing professionally in 1969. Since then her collector base has grown extensively to include works in prestigious collections nationally & in Europe.
21 HUTSON GALLERY 432 Commercial Street | 508.487.0915 | open May-Oct hutsongallery.com | email@example.com Focusing on contemporary abstract art and work from the early to mid20th century, Hutson Gallery celebrates its tenth season with the artists who first exhibited: Cid Bolduc, Anne Flash, Kathryn Lee Smith, Peter Macara, Gay Malin and Luanne E Witkowski. Also exhibiting are Al Benkin, Michael Fenton, Harry Folsom, Kristen Gossler, Gary Grossman, Felice Newman, Rose Olson, John Oâ€™Shea, Michael Page, William Skerritt, Joe Trepiccione, Gary Zack and guest Jesse Mireles.
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Hilda Neily Provincetown Pier oil on board
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HILDA NEILY GALLERY Paintings by Hilda Neily
Hilda Neily Harmony north light still life oil on board 20”x 24”
364 Commercial Street 508.487.6300 | 727.743.6393
22 JULIE TREMBLAY GALLERY Shipwreck giclée print
277 Commercial Street | 508.439.2025 | open daily MarchDecember | JulieTremblay.com Now in its eighth season, Julie Tremblay Gallery, in the center of town, features the diverse and compelling work of local accomplished photographer Julie Tremblay. Her fine art photography pulls the audience into her work which includes compelling portraits, sweeping landscapes, still lifes and animals from the Cape and various other areas she has traveled. Her gallery offers quality giclée prints with custom frames. Offering both Limited and Open Editions
445 Commercial Street | 508.487.4496 | open year-round firstname.lastname@example.org | kileycourtgallery.com
Ted Polomis Lady in Red oil on panel 36" x 21"
Since 1990, the Kiley Court Gallery has been exhibiting a variety of fine, representational paintings. Artists: Matteo Caloiaro, Julian Cardinal, Robert Cardinal, Michael Davis, Ann Hartley, Francine Huot, Steve Kennedy, Joan Cobb Marsh, Frank Milby, John Mulcahy, Brooke Olivares.
24 KOBALT GALLERY 366 Commercial Street | 508.487.1132 | summer: 11-10 daily spring/fall: Thu-Sun 11-5 and by appointment | kobaltgallery.com Featuring outstanding solo and group exhibitions of original contemporary art in a broad range of genres including painting, assemblage, encaustic and mixed media. New exhibitions and opening receptions every Friday evening throughout the summer. Gallery artistis: Jessica Brilli, Jon Davenport, Daniel Fleming, Sean Flood, Duncan Johnson, Milenko Katic’, Dave Laro, Cherie Mittenthal, Jessica Pisano, Ted Polomis, Carlos Ramirez and Helen Shulman.
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Robert Thoren View from Miller Hill o/c 16”x12”
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Julie Tremblay Gallery
‘Moors’ - Offering Both Limited & Open Edition Prints 277 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA • 508-733-1619 • JulieTremblay.com
Lucky or Knot acrylic/plexiglas 30â€? x 30â€?
25 KYLE RINGQUIST GALLERY 349 Commercial St. | waterside down walkway | 508.776.5360 open daily | kyleringquistgallery.com | email@example.com Artist Kyle Ringquist is renown for his bold and creative reverse painting methods. The Kyle Ringquist Gallery has been an active studio in Provincetown for 16 years. Ringquist brings his subjects, which include landscapes, florals and figures to another level by painting them in a very different perspective, using expressive color and creativity. A visit to his gallery allows you the rare treat to experience Ringquist at work in his studio. Commissions welcome.
405 Commercial Street | 508.487.6111 | open year round daily 9:30-5:00, evenings in season | larkingallery.com
Colin McGuire Recreation o/p 48" x 48" 2017
Presenting Gallery Artists Kenneth Hawkey, Matthias Christensen, Lisa Molyneux, Jason Eldredge, Elisabeth Pearl, Catherine Meeks, Matthew Bielen, Jaime Elkins. Featuring Mario Torroella, Neva Hansen, Scott Meyer, Jane Manco, Tighe Hanson & Byrne Marston. Friday evening receptions in season at 7pm.
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27 McGUIRE GALLERY 465 Commercial Street | 508.221.0416 | daily 11-5 and 7-10 michaelmcguire.net McGuire Gallery celebrates its 17th season featuring: Michael McGuire Colin McGuire Nancy Pettibone
Kenneth Hawkey Woodland Brigade
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237 Commercial Street Whalerâ€™s Wharf 1st floor
Ruth Gilmore Langs
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ROY STAAB I moved to New York City in 1980 and a few years before that I did installation drawings in the South of France, on exterior walls in line and pigment. The New York gallery system was not very kind nor interested in my art. In 1983 I had the chance to go off to wild nature by the water and experimented and thought of how to make big drawings from what is there. I had no reference for what I was doing, not knowing it was art but just wanting to make something. New York is expensive to live and my framed works on paper were building up. The stored work began to take over my small apartment. Going to the seaside and using reeds that were there I could make something and it was there- its own natural storage. I remember coming to Provincetown in 1992 with the support of a Pollock/Krasner grant. I met a few art people on my arrival, one man I consulted made me feel like an interloper – no one knew what I was doing exactly – installation that is temporary? I walked Provincetown looking for a good place to make my art and found the moors at the end of the road with the most natural background. Often I look for a new form, and living that year in Provincetown, the spiral of the Cape was obvious. The challenge was the beginning and the end. The ends can not just be dangling because they would not hold the form, so I tied the beginning and the end together to make the 'infinity'. This work lasted three weeks. I am a very active person. I am fast and I sing loud, but in my art I become quiet in the making and being with it. I watch nature and the elements of light, wind, water and reflection and the isolation of the geometric figures. I think of my sculptures as a conduit to be one with nature. If this is meditation, then so be it. – Roy Staab, Milwaukee, WI, 2017
ROY STAAB has been invited to create installations in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Denmark, Japan, and Italy. He will be teaching a workshop June 26-30 through Castle Hill in Truro. Info at castlehill.org. Visitors can see him at work this summer once again at the Moors. Learn more at roystaab.blogspot.com.
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SPIRAL INFINITY, Provincetown July 1993 | photo: Roy Staab 2017 Provincetown Art Guide | 41
Provincetown Art Association and “...theMuseum cultural anchor of the Provincetown Art Colony.” OPEN DAILY AT 11AM FREE ON FRIDAYS AFTER 5PM
MARIAN ROTH | TOD LINDENMUTH JAMES LECHAY | JIM FORSBERG | BUDD HOPKINS EDWARD + JOSEPHINE HOPPER PROVINCETOWN ART PROVINCETOWN ART ASSOCIATION AND MUSEUM ASSOCIATION AND MUSEUM 460 COMMERCIAL PROVINCETOWN MA 02657 460STREET, COMMERCIAL STREET WWW.PAAM.ORG, 508-487-1750
508-487-1750 | WWW.PAAM.ORG WILLIAM EVAUL, DANCING HOUSES, 2007| @PAAM1914
ARTHUR EGELI GALLERY
Boy #1 24” x 30” by Bernard Nestor (1903-1977)
382 Commercial Street 508.487.0044
S. Roccapriore Reclining Nude 3 o/c 9" x 12"
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437 Commercial Street l 508.280.1278 l firstname.lastname@example.org oilsbytheseagallery.com "A gallery with a heart and soul." Artist owned and directed gallery featuring local artists exhibiting a diverse body of work. Representing artists: Shirl Roccapriore, Jim Broussard, Christine Sullivan, Gero Roccapriore, George Crosby and Eric Beck.
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Mario Torroello Spiny Lobster 30" x 30"
Since 1984, the Packard Gallery, family-owned and run, has represented the works of Anne, Cynthia and Leslie Packardâ€“two generations of widely exhibited and collected painters. Anne, a renowned landscape artist, paints simple, sparely-rendered scenes of the Outer Cape and Europe. Cynthia, a gifted colorist, paints abstracts and figurative representations of nudes, children and still lifes. Leslie paints still lifes speaking with the simplicity of pure color and elegant form.
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30 POST OFFICE GALLERY 38 Shore Road, North Truro Village | 508.487.3111 open year round | Thursday - Monday 11-4 & by appointment postofficegallery.com Post Office Gallery is thrilled to announce several exciting events: solo exhibits by Mario Torroello, Robin Wessman, Kenneth Hawkey and Jaime Elkins. Also featured are Byrne Marston, Catherine Meeks, a juried exhibit, "Moving Parts," and a benefit to support "Save the Twine Field," a pristine ecologically important gem in North Truro. Sunday afternoon receptions in season.
Packard Gallery exterior
418 Commercial Street | 508.487.4690 | packardgallery.com Packard Gallery II: 372 Commercial Street | packardprintgallery.com
KILEY COURT GALLERY
Joan Cobb Marsh
Matteo Caloiaro | Julian Cardinal | Robert Cardinal | Michael Davis | Ann Hartley | Francine Huot Steve Kennedy | Joan Cobb Marsh | Frank Milby | John Mulcahy | Brooke Olivares
445 Commercial Street
ARTHUR EGELI GALLERY 382 Commercial Street 508.487.0044 egeligallery.com
Arthur Egeli Young Kayakers, Provincetown oil on canvas 24” x 36”
460 Commercial Street | 508.487.1750 | PAAM.org
Jordan Mejias (figure series) W/C 15" x 11"
This summer PAAM presents a diverse line-up of exhibitions by Outer Cape Cod artists, including James Lechay, Jim Forsberg, Marian Roth, Budd Hopkins, and the Membersâ€™ 12x12 Exhibition and Silent Auction. The season culminates in "The Hoppers," an exhibit showcasing the recent acquisition of drawings, watercolors, and diaries by Edward Hopper and his wife, Josephine Hopper. Made possible through the generosity of Laurence C. and J. Anton, PAAM's Hopper collection is one of the word's largest, second only to the Whitney Museum of American Art. The exhibit opens Friday, September 8 at 8pm.
PAAM exterior II photo by Anton Grassl
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32 RAY WIGGS GALLERY 432 Commercial Street | 774.593.5143 | raywiggsgallery.com Located in the heart of the east end gallery district is the Ray Wiggs Gallery. Showcased are compelling content-driven works that touch the soul with visual eloquence. Focusing on quality, the gallery is suited for both the beginning as well as season collector. The gallery is proud to represent the talents of: Nancy Burgess, Faye Earnest, Geoffrey Johnson, Barry Katz, Richard Legge, Jordan Mejias, Loretta Petraitis, Marian Strangfeld, Ray Wiggs, Terry Wise.
430 Commercial Street | 508.487.1052 | Director: Marla Rice open daily 11-10 | email@example.com | ricepolakgallery.com Provincetown's most comprehensive collection of contemporary art. Paintings, drawings, photography & sculpture by artists with international repute: Ackerson, Antonova, Arvidson, Bielen, Bradshaw, Calkins, Ciccariello, Crocker, Fabbris, Firmin, Goldfinger, Goldstein, Handschuh, Graham, Harvey, Howes-Stevens, Kinkead, Lake, LeBow, Levesque, Liddy, Lilly, Little, MacDavid, Meyer, Mikula, Patten, Plaut, Prifti, del Rosario, Saaf, Sanchez, Schofield, Skollar, Snodgrass, Thomas, Triebert, Tyler, Webb, Winfield & Zanes.
Rebecca Kinkead Horse & Rider o/c 70" x 59"
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1 Adam Peck Gallery 2 Albert Merola Gallery 3 Alden Gallery 4 AMP: Art Market Provincetown 5 Angela Russo Gallery 6 Antonelli Giardelli Gallery 7 Arthur Egeli Gallery 8 Berta Walker Gallery 9 Bowersock Gallery 10 Charles-Blativik Gallery
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Rice Polak Gallery Rosewind Gallery Sarah Jessica Fine Arts The Schoolhouse Gallery Simie Maryles Gallery Song of Myself Gallery Stewart Clifford Gallery Thanassi Gallery William Scott Gallery Woodman/Shimko Gallery
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34 ROSEWIND GALLERY 237 Commercial St. | Whaler's Wharf 1st floor | 734.972.0422 firstname.lastname@example.org | rosewindgallery.com Exhibiting an exceptional array of contemporary art by both emerging and established artists in a warm and inviting space. Artists: Rebecca Bruyn, Hollis Fortune, Kathryn Gearon, Andreas Kuehn, Ruth Gilmore Langs and Moniz Rose.
342 Commercial Street | 508.487.0884 summer hours 11-10, spring/fall 11-6, winter Sat-Sun 12-5 email@example.com | sarahjessicafinearts.com
Kahn & Selesnick The Floating World color photo
Sarah Jessica Fine Arts has been one of the most unique galleries in Ptown & on the Cape since 1999. featuring an eclectic collection of acclaimed painters, original printmakers, glass, ceramic & sculpture artists. Representing: Vincent Crotty, Peter Dutra, Lois Fisher, Lisa Joyce Hill, Mary Hurst, Diana Lee, Neil McAuliffe, Tim Neill, Eleanor Rahim, Chris Reed Terry Rockwood, Ellen Rolli, HM Saffer II, Mel Tudisco, Jeffrey Tover, Brett Varney, Alison Wells and many more.
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36 THE SCHOOLHOUSE GALLERY 494 Commercial Street | 508.487.4800 | 508.735.2151 galleryschoolhouse.com The Schoolhouse Gallery is well known for presenting the finest in collaboration and new thought in our Provincetown gallery space and at a variety of fairs and outside exhibition projects. We represent a roster of over 50 artists while maintaining a large inventory of related works. We produce a rigorous exhibition schedule designed to connect clients and visitors directly with our artistâ€™s studios and to provide access to new and interesting ideas about contemporary art-making.
N. McAuliffe Provincetown Morning Oil 20" x 30"
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Anne Blair Brown Soirée Tranquille oil 16x16
37 SIMIE MARYLES GALLERY 435 Commercial Street | 508.487.7878 | open daily in summer and weekends all winter | simiemaryles.com Artist-owned gallery featuring exceptional representational painters & sculptors from across the U.S. in styles from classical to impressionist to contemporary. Anne Blair Brown, Patrick Byrnes, Kenneth Cadwallader, Stephen Cerceillo, Tony Chimento, Michael John dePierro, Kathryn Engberg, Brendan Johnston, Barry Levin, Simie Maryles, Patti Mollica, David Mueller, Roxie Munro, Jane Rosenberg, Richard Rosenblatt, John Brandon Sills, Kurt Walters. Openings Fridays 7-10pm in season. All exhibits online.
349 Commercial Street | 508.487.5736 | songofmyself.com
J. Clifford Danner Octopus #1 watercolor 19” x 16”
A mixture of old and new photographic work by Brad Fowler. Landscapes, abstracts, painted light, long exposures, super 8 strip-ups, & panoramas for purchase. Open everyday in season by appointment or chance.
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39 STEWART CLIFFORD GALLERY 359 Commercial Street | 508.487.0451 open year round, Wednesday - Monday in season firstname.lastname@example.org | stewartcliffordgallery.com Exploring the natural world through the visual arts and photography, Stewart Clifford Galley represents a variety of artists, including: Jennifer Clifford Danner, Miklos Pogany, Christopher Roddick, and Max Mattei. Shows of new work are scheduled from June to September.
Brad Fowler Untitled pigmented ink print
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40 THANASSI GALLERY Thanassi oil on canvas
234 Commercial Street | 508.487.0233 facebook.com/thanassi gallery Art in the center of town. Early works by Hensche, Moffett, Whorf, Hawthorne, Heinz, Wilson, Sawyer & Barber. Works by Thanassi, Robert Douglas Hunter, Mary Holton, Charles Tersolo, João de Brito, Richard MacCormack, Ruth KJaer, Monrüd Becker, Stephen Silver, Stephen Knight, Leslie Berenson, Taki Skaperdas, Vasso Trellis, Debra Hope Colligan, Mark Shasha, Tod Montanaro, Sue Kwasnick, Elizabeth Livingstone, Chuck Anzalone, Richard Muccini & Molly Hawley.
439 Commercial Street | 508.487.4040 Director: Brian Galloway | williamscottgallery.com email@example.com
C. Complex Wounded (Weekend) Warrior
Representing local and national contemporary artists, including: John Dowd, Chet Jones, Kate Ryan, Christopher Sousa, Thomas Burns, Emil Cohen, Daphne Confar, Michael Costello, Rachael Eastman, Sandra Jones Campbell, William Gilroy, Josh Koll, Janet Lage, Dannielle Mick, Edie Nadelhaft, Jane O’Hara, and Armando Pedroso.
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42 WOODMAN/SHIMKO GALLERY 398 Commercial Street | 508.487.0606 | open daily 10-10 and by appointment | woodmanshimkogallery.com The Woodman/Shimko Gallery first opened its doors in the late 1990's. After several seasons, gallery owner Woody Shimko took a professional detour to work as a designer in Tokyo, Japan. In 2011, Shimko returned to Provincetown and reopened Woodman/Shimko Gallery on the East End as well as a second gallery across the country in Palm Springs, California. The move brought artists from two coasts together. Hence the gallery's logo-"Provincetown To Palm Springs: 3,000 Miles Of Art."
Daphne Confar Lou thinking about lunch
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Lisa Joyce Hill PURE Oil 48” X 60” Eleanor Rahim Free Will Oil 22” X 30”
Vincent Crotty Oil 20” X 30”
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Brad Fowler Untitled Archival pigmented ink print
SONG OF MYSELF GALLERY 349 Commercial Street 508.487.5736 songofmyself.com
Tide Play under Shirttail Pt. Pier #1 24” x 30”
Arboreal Aerialist 24” x 8.5” x 4”
Fresh Brook Gallery 489 Rte. 6, S. Wellfleet 508.246.9906 wbfineart.com
Larkin Gallery 405 Commercial Street Post Office Gallery 38 Shore Road
Current series of oil and cold encaustic paintings, Water Works, hypothesizes that water is a magnet to light and color. The waters surrounding us inspire him deeply and anchor the ‘sense of place’ he conveys.
Matthew Bielen creates abstract works influenced by the reciprocal relationship between humans and nature. Solo Show at Larkin Gallery opening July 28th. Reception 7-9pm. Breeches Buoy acrylic on canvas 20” x 16”
Jobi Pottery and Gallery 314 US-6, Truro 508.487.2304 jobipottery.com heatherblume.com
Julie Heller East 435 Commercial Street 508.487.2166 juliehellergallery.com
Figurative artworks with narrative inference made in a variety of media; clay, paper, paint, and combinations thereof. To visit the Harwichport Studio contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
New work influenced by rising seas. September 8-21, 2017. Rising Sea no. 3 oil on paper on panel 20” x 24”
MICHAEL PRODANOU Drawing - Paintings
Represented By Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown MA Rossetti Fine Arts, Ft. Lauderdale FL
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Day’s Cottages pottery vase 9” high
Self Portrait of the Artist oil on canvas
Jobi Pottery Gallery Rt 6, Truro callahancapecod.com
Known for his detailed miniature watercolors on antique piano keys, Robert has now joined Jobi Pottery to create one-of-a-kind pieces of Art pottery. Available exclusively at Jobi Pottery Gallery. Miniatures in Truro & Maison Décor in Provincetown.
“Just to paint is great fun. Try it if you have not done so–before you die. The colors are lovely to look at and delicious to squeeze out. Matching them is fascinating and absolutely absorbing.” -Winston Churchill Wild Oysters oil on masonite 12” x 12”
FRANCESCO DI SANTIS
portraitstoryproject.org postkatrinaportraits.org voicesforappalachia.org facesofmadtown.org
508.272.6690 fornarofineart.com facebook.com/fornarofineart
The Portrait-Story Project may go anywhere on earth where geographically-delineated, liberation-oriented, grassroots self-determination movements summon its volunteering, then embody its participation.
Day at the Beach acrylic 30” x 40”
Riding my bike down Commercial Street, I see art everywhere: a puzzle of architecture, an angled doorway, shaded garden, dancing sheer curtain or shadows shaping beach bodies; ordinary daily life that feeds my visual imagination.
ROB LONGLEY Represented in Provincetown by
CORTILE GALLERY 230 COMMERCIAL ST. WWW.CORTILEGALLERY.COM
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broussardfineart.com 774.722.3756 OILS BY THE SEA GALLERY 437 Commercial Street 508.280.1278 | CHACH 73 Shankpainter Road 508.487.1530
Untitled oil on canvas board 14” x 11”
Fresh Brook Gallery 489 Rte. 6, S. Wellfleet 508.246.9906
Thanassi Gallery 234 Commercial Street 508.487.0233 art24/7.com
My inspiration comes from many things; sunset on the harbor, glowing clouds, shapes and the shadows they cast, angles of roof tops, doorways and windows. At my easel, hours slip away and I’m in another place and time.
Apple Number 9 Oil on Linen 12” x 16”
Still life objects & figures are never still. An artist must move fast to capture that perfect moment.Stop by and see a wonderful array of recent works by local artist Richard MacCormack. Available exclusively at Thanassi Gallery.
GHEE L. PATRICK
Kobalt Gallery 366 Commercial Street 508.487.1132 cheriemittenthal.com kobaltgallery.com
Thanassi Gallery 234 Commercial Street 508.487.0233
Cherie Mittenthal works predominantly in encaustic, pigment sticks and mixed media. Her subject matter revolves around the landscape, flowers, patron Flowering Chair encaustic & mixed media 12” x 12” saints and farm animals.
Ghee Livingstone Patrick is a longtime Provincetown resident and experienced landscape and still life painter; and printmaker. With the sea and dunes close by, and an intriguing town to paint, only other duties keep her Snow at Anthony Street oil on canvas 10” x 10” from painting without end.
Warren Green Studio Gallery • Landscapes and Light Rec: Friday, August 4, 2017 at Truro Public Library 4-6 pm Gallery Open June - October 6 Atwood Road, Truro 617. 817.8686
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Stewart Clifford Gallery 359 Commercial St. 508.487.0451 stewartcliffordgallery.com
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Margaret McWethy Arthur Egeli Gallery 382 Commercial Street 508.487.0044 egeligallery.com
CHRISTINE SULLIVAN July 7 - 21 | Reception July 7th, 7 - 9 pm
Oils By The Sea / ROCCAPRIORE GALLERY 437 Commercial Street | 508-280-1278 | oilsbytheseagallery.com
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Sarah Jessica Fine Arts 342 Commercial St sarahjessicafinearts.com
Portraits, Snowflakes, and Chandeliers #23 giclée
34 Conwell Street, Studio 5 774.216.0798 sterckandrozo.com email@example.com
Fresh Brook Gallery 489 Rte. 6, S. Wellfleet 508.246.9906
Shot with old school, 2 1/4 film, lush, vibrant photos of the National Seashore reveal the Jeni which inhabit that world. This series gives light to my spiritual growth, which I attribute to Provincetown’s nurturing spirit.
Eddy’s Dory pastel 11” x 14”
The changing light of each day motivates my work. Sometimes strong and clear, other times subtle, like the quiet of a heavy fog. I try to create the feeling of a moment in time shared with the viewer.
KATHRYN LEE SMITH
studio: 508.487.0980 firstname.lastname@example.org Cortile Gallery gallery: 508.487.4200
Luminous oil paintings of Outer Cape scenes focusing on dune landscapes of the Provincelands. More images of artwork are available at cortilegallery.com.
Contemporary White Line Prints.
Low Tide, West End Beach #2 1992 13 1/2” x 21”
Rebecca Bruyn alternative photography Moonlit Dune cyanotype
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Cyanotypes & iPhoneography
A Walk in the Seashore iPhoneography
Full Hold oil 30” x 40”
Summer 2017 shows: June 30- Hutson Gallery invitational; July 14- Hutson Gallery invitational; August 11- Bakker Gallery, solo exhibition.
JEROME GREENE Waiting on the right Pitch 16” x 20”
Arthur Egeli Gallery
382 Commercial St. 508.487.0044 egeligallery.com
Alden Gallery 423 Commercial Street 508.487.4230 LaurenceYoung.com
Mel Tudisco Sarah Jessica Fine Arts
342 Commercial St sarahjessicafinearts.com
HOWARD STEIN images and steel studio
200 Higgins Pond
Brewster, MA 02631
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Stassi Studio 234 Commercial Street (down brick path) 815.494.6538 stassiworks.com
Hutson Gallery 432 Commercial Street 508.487.0915 joetrepiccione.com
My work contains elements of nature, investigations into psychological conditions and recollections of past cultures. The sea continues to play a prominent role as an endless source of inspiration.
Two Dog Night Photoetching 5” x 7”
Creating fiery golden landscapes and cool breezy seascapes of Cape Cod in oil, that beckon the viewer. On exhibit throughout the season.
Studio 17 Whalers Wharf, 2nd floor 617.320.2553
Alden Gallery 423 Commercial Street 508.487.4230 aldengallery.com
A collection of boldly colorful and richly textured abstract works inspired by queer, figurative landscapes of the lower Cape. A range of sizes and formats available with unique framing to enhance their beauty. Morning Frost collage paper and ink 36” x 24”
The best moment is placing the first pieces of old wood & seeing relationships of form begin to take shape. Parameters are: the wood must be found in Provincetown & not to paint that wood, whose patina is impossible to duplicate.
Hillcrest 2 oil on canvas 8” x 10”
Things in Common #2 found painted wood 12 x 12"
AMP Gallery 432 Commercial St. Provincetown, MA Rafius Fane Gallery Boston, MA Limitless, acrylic on claybord, 2016, 24” x 72”
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Suspended: Luminous Garden and Tangle 2011, Provincetown Art Association | photo of Luminous Garden by Clements/Howcroft
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SPECIAL FEATURE INSTALLATION ART
BETH GALSTON Using delicate materials — resin, light and shadow, plant materials, wires, electronics — I create multi-layered spaces through which viewers move and interact. My installations create a sense of place, a moment of magic and transformation. The process of assembling an installation is like music or choreography. How do the elements exist in a space and resonate with each other? What happens in the space between things? I think about rhythm, density, shifting layers, viewing things while moving and at rest. What is the quality of light, the ambience? What is the first view people encounter and the changing vantage points as they enter and move through the space? In my installations, I suggest routes and possibilities for interacting, but viewers can use their imagination and invent the piece for themselves; the installations transform with every step you take. I want to slow people down, make them pause and linger, so they become immersed in the experience of the piece. For the last two decades I have found inspiration in the forms and processes of nature. Luminous Garden (Aerial), 2009, one half of an installation I did at PAAM in 2011, is made of glowing resin shapes cast from red-oak acorn caps, and tangles of electrical wires. It was the sixth in the series of luminous gardens. Inspired by a trip to the Galapagos and the experience of swimming underwater, the piece creates a floating world through which viewers journey. The little LEDs can be thought of as the life force/energy system of the plant forms. This man made environment evokes a landscape or garden, a growing system with roots, stalks, and elements that store light. Walking into the darkened room with the brilliant yellow lights is enchanting. The piece brings the world beneath the sea up above ground, allowing the viewer to become part of that world. – Beth Galston, Carlisle, MA, 2017
For over twenty years BETH GALSTON has built a diverse body of national work including sculptural installations and objects, large scale public sculptures and collaborative multi-media performances. Learn more at bethgalston.com. 2017 Provincetown Art Guide | 73
A. Paul Filiberto
Cortile Artists Studio 193 Commercial Street, Provincetown 508.487.4200
JoĂŁo de Brito joaodebrito.com
Showing in Provincetown at Thanassi Gallery 234 Commercial Street
Also showing in California San Francisco | Monterey | Santa Cruz | Berkeley
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JACK DELMOND Tunguska 24”x30”
YESTERDAY’S TREASURES 176 Commercial Street 508.487.5920
R C Handcrafted 241 Commercial Street 508.487.1966
Victor Powell Workshop 323 Commercial Street 508.487.9075
Since 1985, Richard Cuencas has been creating unique, creative designs in multi-media metals including iconic bracelets, rings and his popular Provincetown Barrette. Also available at etsy.com /shop. /provincetownbarrette.
Working with Old World techniques, Victor Powell creates contemporary handmade custom sandals, bags, accessories & leather sculpture. Featuring Carl Tasha belt buckles. Open daily except Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 10-5.
handmade, custom leather sandal
Cyle Thomas, Goldsmith 2 Macmillan Pier 508.237.2713 cylethomas.com
Lisa Ventre Hats 357 Commercial Street across from the library lisaventrehats.com
Come visit my shop where you can watch a Provincetown native fabricate gold and silver jewelry that ties together the diverse elements that make Cape Cod incomparable.
Beautiful, locally made, natural fiber, lightweight, packable hats.
The Cape Cod Cleat
Hand-made toyo hat
JOBI POTTERY and GALLERY jobipottery.com | 508.487.2304
Hand-made and vintage pottery since 1953 Local artists, jewelry and gifts OPEN DAILY 10-5 314 Rt 6 in Truro (next to Savory restaurant) 76 | ARTISANS | provincetownartguide.com
STEVEN COVE Visit P-townglasswizard.com 508.951.7064
NATURE IN SILVER
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Visit us Thursdays at the UU Church Artisan Fair
JOANNE MILBURY COVE Shop email@example.com 508.487.4096
Handmade Genuine Beach Glass Jewelry by
christina available exclusively at
215 commercial street 508.487.2228 christinasprovincetown.com
SPECIAL FEATURE INSTALLATION ART
LAUREN EWING When the first Green Arts Festival, APPEARANCES, put out a call for applications in 2012 I submitted drawings and a proposal for Wave Maze to be installed on the Town Green in front of the Pilgrim Monument Bas Relief. A Town Green is such a significant public place in the history of New England towns and I considered it a superb place to install a site sculpture. Putting a field of luminous waves below the Pilgrims signing the Mayflower Compact also appealed to me. The configuration of the Wave Maze would allow viewers to navigate their way through a field of waves with only one pathway through it. I wanted it to be beautiful like wading through a plane of rippling water and I wanted it to speak to issues of rising sea level. As a coastal community nothing could be more critical for the citizens of Cape Cod. When APPEARANCES became an annual Spring event in the town I decided that, if permitted, I would continue the Wave Mazes, changing their configurations and increasing their depth each year. I subsequently made 3 more installations and in 2016 the Deep Wave Maze reached 7ft high at wave peak. Viewers were now in over their head. I want to thank Provincetown’s Green Arts Festival, APPEARANCES and the Town of Provincetown, for giving me the opportunity to use this wonderful public site to develop these installations. – Lauren Ewing, New York City, 2017
LAUREN EWING is a sculptor and installation artist whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and can be found in many private and public collections. She has just been commissioned to create Provincetown’s Aids Memorial slated to be completed in 2017/18. Learn more at laurenewingart.com.
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A N TO N ELLI G I A R D ELLI G A LLERY
416 Commercial Street | 508.487.9693 | daily in season: 11-6 and 8-11 Featuring a collection of American Art Pottery circa 1890-1940 including: Rookwood, Fulpher, Marblehead, Van Briggle, Roseville, Weller, etc. Also American painted furniture, tramp art, rag rugs, architectural and garden elements, Bakelite jewelry, and more. 44
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179 Commercial Street | 508.487.2236 Open year round, established 1990. Carrying vintage, mid century and a smattering of new accessories and paintings. Also a wide variety of men’s and women’s jewelry from premium high end to costume and affordable stylish sunglasses and readers. 45
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289 Commercial Street | 781.249.9562 20 Vendors Group Co-Op shop selling Antiques, Jewelry, Art, Sailing Ship Models and more. Located in the center of town near Town Hall. Local dealers sell Estate Sale Finds and restock daily. CapeCod maps $10. Reasonable prices and it feels like a treasure hunt! 46
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176 Commercial Street | 508.487.5920 This Commercial Street shop in Provincetown’s West End is celebrating its 17th season in town. This eclectic shop offers specialty collectibles such as vintage 20th century art pottery and glass, Provincetown paintings and estate jewelry. Our mantra is fun and affordable!
Scott Dinsmore Ltd. 179 Commercial Street 508.487.2236
Celebrating our 17th Year! Pottery, Glass, Jewelryand Much More 176 Commercial Street 508.487.5920
MUSEUMS PROVINCETOWN ART ASSOCIATION AND MUSEUM 460 Commercial Street | 508.487.1750 | paam.org PAAM has anchored the artistic and cultural life of the region for over a century, and its schedule highlights significant artists, artwork, and events that have contributed to PAAM becoming the vital cultural institution it is today. Exhibition openings are free and open to the public. 5/5-6/25
5/12-6/18 COLOR/AID 5/26-7/16 Art of the Garden 6/23-9/4 7/7-8/27
7/21-9/10 Members' 12x12 Exhibition and
8/25-10/15 Edward and Josephine Hopper Drawings 9/8-23
PILGRIM MONUMENT | PROVINCETOWN MUSEUM High Pole Hill | 508.487.1310 | pilgrim-monument.org Built to commemorate the Mayflower Pilgrims‘ first landing place in America and the writing and signing of the Mayflower Compact here in 1620, climb our 252’granite tower for a great view of the outer Cape. 2017 Special Exhibits: Great Provincetown Summer of 1916: Bohemians, Radicals and Freethinkers. Provincetown's emergence as the nation's first art colony. Forgotten Port- Provincetown's Whaling Heritage. The museum celebrates Ptown‘s history as a fishing and whaling port, art colony & the birthplace of modern American theater. Furniture, decorative arts, scrimshaw, models, toys and much more.
CAPE COD MUSEUM OF ART 60 Hope Lane, Dennis | 508.385.4477 | ccmoa.org
6/30-8/20 James Lechay
9/29-11/12 Mark Adams
ART CLASSES/WORKSHOPS THE CAPE SCHOOL OF ART 617.717.9568 | capeschoolofart.com The principles of light & color taught by Charles Hawthorne & Henry Hensche, beginning in 1899, continue today at The Cape School of Art. Summer workshops taught by former Hensche master students: portrait & figure painting, landscape, color study, still life; all in natural light. Complete schedule online.
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EXPERIENCE TRUE SAILING HISTORIC SCHOONER HINDU Sailing in Provincetown June-October, 2017
After more than 65 years of sailing out of Provincetown Harbor, the Schooner Hindu is a local legend and a must-do during any trip to the outer Cape. Help the crew raise sail, get behind the helm or just sit back and enjoy. Hindu offers breathtaking views, peaceful company & an authentic sailing experience.
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Help us raise sails and enjoy a new view of Provincetown Find us at MacMillan Pier | Couples, groups, & families | 3 trips daily | Charters available
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FINE ARTS WORK CENTER HUDSON D. WALKER GALLERY 24 Pearl Street | 508.487.9960 fawc.org/calendar
The Fine Arts Work Center is a nationally renowned fellowship program for emerging writers and artists. During the summer months, the Work Center offers 90 open-enrollment week-long workshops in creative writing and visual arts with renowned faculty. In the evenings, the Work Center is electric with nightly readings and artists talks on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 6 pm and student open studios and readings Thursday at 4:30 pm. Throughout the academic year, online writing classes are available The Fellowship programs runs from October 1-April 30. 5/26-7/3
Exhibit - Manos/Prodanou Artists'
Summer Awards Celebration 6pm
Exhibit - Recent Paintings: Paul Resika Memoir Intensive: Women’s Voices Lyric Series Concert Kristin Hersh Lyric Series Concert Anäis Mitchell Exhibit - Featured Auction Artists Tabitha Vevers,
7/16-21 7/19 7/21 8/4-20 8/6-12 8/6
Choices reception 5/26 6-8pm Honorees: Paula Vogel, Ryan Murphy, Paul Resika
Elspeth Halvorsen & Tony Vevers reception 8/4 6-8pm
Poetry Festival Poet Keynote Tim Seibles 7pm
Lyric Series Concert Patty Larkin 8pm Lyric Series Concert Robert Pinsky PoemJazz 8pm
Exhibit 41st Annual Art Auction Preview
41st Annual Art Auction 4:30pm Exhibit - Ohio Arts Council Artist-in-Residence
reception 8/11 5-7pm
reception 8/23 5-7pm
THE LILLIAN ORLOWSKY AND WILLIAM FREED MUSEUM SCHOOL Provincetown Art Association and Museum 460 Commercial Street | 508.487.1750 | paam.org Offering an exciting line up of workshops in the visual arts, continuing the tradition of excellence in education that began here decades ago. Art History, Drawing, Painting, Mixed Media, Printmaking, Sculpture, Photography and Plein Air Painting; workshops for kids; and across Cape Cod in artists’ studios.
TRURO CENTER FOR THE ARTS AT CASTLE HILL
10 Meetinghouse Road & 3 Edgewood Way, Truro 508.349.7511 | castlehill.org Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill has operated a successful art school for the past 46 years. Throughout the summer and now year round, Castle Hill offers a series of
THE CAPE SCHOOL OF ART In 1899 Charles Hawthorne founded Provincetown’s art colony and Cape Cod School of Art, teaching the perception and use of color and light. These principles continue to be taught today at The Cape School of Art. 207 Route 6–POB 1365 Provincetown, MA. 02657 firstname.lastname@example.org 617.717.9568 capeschoolofart.com 2017 Provincetown Art Guide | CALENDAR | 85
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SPECIAL FEATURE INSTALLATION ART
JAY CRITCHLEY My palette is the town, the landscape and seascape and built environment. Nothing is left unearthed. Like the rhythmic tides and seasons, site-engendered temporary installations and performances pop up and disappear in unexpected places. A backyard septic tank becomes a Theater in the Ground and a Septic Summer Rental, focusing attention on the Cape’s fragile ecology and gentrification. A ten-day, multi media collaboration at Herring Cove Beach Bathhouse in the National Seashore before its demolition is a reflection on time, loss and decay. The use of dune sand is legendary, beginning with the Sand Car series at a Provincetown Harbor parking lot and more recently, the Beige Motel. This 1955 roadside attraction, encrusted in sand – embalmed – before its demolition, embodied the transient nature of the cycle of life and the sands of time. Alternately lit with green, red, blue and orange, the images linger. Its absence is palpable. – Jay Critchley, Provincetown, MA, 2017
JAY CRITCHLEY is a conceptual and multi-media artist, activist and writer whose work has traversed the globe, showing across the US and in Argentina, Japan, England, Spain, France, Holland, Germany and Columbia. Learn more at jaycritchley.com.
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TRURO CENTER FOR THE ARTS AT CASTLE HILL CONT. gallery exhibitions and special events by visiting artists that augments the studio classes. Offering art classes and workshops year-round. 6/21
First Day of Summer Sunrise Whale Watch 3am Pamet River Float & Cookout at Castle Hill 10am-1pm Summer Bash and Open House at Edgewood Farm with Chandler Travis
The Cocktail Hour Garden
Mark Bittman Dinner
Artist Studio and Farm Tour William Mann lecture on “The War of the
8/9 8/12 8/30 9/7 9/16
with C.L. Fornari Pamet Yacht Club 6:30pm
Roosevelt’s” at Wellfleet Preservation Hall 6pm
Silent Art Auction at Castle Hill 4-8pm John P. Bunker Sr. Memorial Lecture with Peter Neill, at Wellfleet Preservation Hall 6pm Free
Paint the Race Schooner Regatta 12-3pm Steamroller Printmaking Extravaganza 12-3pm, FREE
GALLERIES ARTHUR EGELI GALLERY 7/14-21
Group Show Meet the Artists reception 7/14 7-9pm
CORTILE GALLERY 2017 Features Artistic Pairings 6/9-15
Weathered & Repurposed Timothy Basil Ering
Surroundings Brenda Silva & Tamara Gonda
Changing Landscapes Catherine Skowron
Impressions Nella Lush & Joseph Palmiero
Abstract Expression Ann Parks McCray
Color & Light Ed Walsh & Mimi Schlichter
& Carol Flax reception 6/9 6:30-8:30pm reception 6/23 7-9pm & Alice Benvie Gebhart reception 7/7 7-9pm reception 7/21 7-9pm & Ruth Hamill reception 8/4 7-9pm reception 8/18 7-9pm
6th Annual Tour of America Artists Invitational reception 9/1 7-9pm 10/13-20 Strokes of Impressionism Kathy Morrissey 9/1-14
& Mary Garrish|Sandra L. Dunn & Leslie Dyas reception 10/13 6-8pm
11/20-12/12 Small Works
Cuts & Color 508.487.4247 54 Bradford St. Provincetown
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FRESH BROOK GALLERY, WELLFLEET 6/11
Celebrate June Gallery Show Meet the
Openings (all Fridays & Saturdays 7-9pm)
Artists reception 6/18 2-5pm
Celebrate September Gallery Show
Milton H. Greene photographs of Marilyn
Katy Bisby recent paintings and drawings
Meet the Artists reception 9/17 2-5pm
GAA GALLERY - PROVINCETOWN
Monroe & “Marilyn Monroe in NYC/The Lost Film of Peter Mangone, 1955”
6/30, 7/1 Cara DeAngelis “Women with Roadkill”
5/26-7/10 Dani Leventhal reception 5/26 6-9pm & 6/30 6-9pm
7/21, 22 Joe McCaffery wood fired pottery 8/11, 12
Barry Stone reception 7/14 6-9pm 8/4-28 Peter Zimmermann reception 8/4 6-9pm 9/1-10/8 Erin Woodbrey reception 9/1 6-9pm 10/14-12/31 Sophia Hamann reception 10/14 4-6pm 7/14-31
Michael Eade recent works Maggie Simonelli recent works in encaustic
KILEY COURT GALLERY 8/18
GAA GALLERY - WELLFLEET
Robert Cardinal & Julian Cardinal: Recent Work reception 8/18 7-9 pm
5/27-7/17 The Bridge – Group Exhibition
6/30-7/6 What’s New with You? Group show with solo feature by Jessica Pisano “Nature’s Allure" reception 6/30 7-9pm
7/22-8/28 Thoralf Knobloch reception 7/22 5-8pm 9/2-11/26 Heidi Howard + Esteban Cabeza de Baca reception 9/2 5-8pm
GALLERY 444 7/7-11
Scot Titelbaum "Street Exposure" reception 7/7 7-9pm
Holiday Jessica Brilli rec 7/7 7-9pm In My Garden Carlos Ramirez rec 7/14 7-9pm Slow News Day Guest artist Kevin Hebb reception 7/21 7-9pm
7/28 -8/3 Tiny Town Milenko Katic’ rec 7/28 7-9pm 8/4-10
Hidden Pathways Guest artist Maura Segal reception 8/4 7-9pm
OPENING RECEPTION JULY 7TH, 2017 7PM
JULY 6TH-JULY 11
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Double Vision Dave Laro & Ted Polomis
Seeing Is Deceiving Guest artist Joe Landry
In This Together Group Show rec 8/25 7-9pm Local Color Provincetown painter Joan Pereira
reception 8/11 7-9pm
reception 8/18 7-9pm
reception 9/1 7-9pm
SIMIE MARYLES GALLERY 6/ 23-30
Patti Mollica, Simie Maryles, Roxie Munro, Jane Rosenberg, Richard Rosenblatt "The City So Nice They Named It Twice" Paintings of New York reception 6/23 7-10pm
Patrick Byrnes, Kathryn Engberg, Brendan Johnston "Etudes: 3 Outstanding Classical 7/7-14
Talents" reception 7/7 7-10pm
Our 20th Season Anniversary Champagne
Anne Blair Brown "Lasting Impressions" reception 7/21 7-10pm plus "Paint the Town" Workshop at The Inn at Cook Street 7/18 - 20
8/ 4-11 Simie Maryles "Painterly Prismatic" reception 8/4 7-10pm 8/18-25
Presenting Tony Chimento "Dreamscape"
Kurt Walters "Tongue in Cheek Classicism" 7-10 pm
THE WILLIAM SCOTT GALLERY 5/26-6/15 Summer Salon reception 5/26 7-9pm 6/30-7/5 John Dowd: “Night” reception 6/30 7-9pm 7/7-19
Christopher Sousa and Emil Cohen reception 7/7 7-9pm
7/21-8/2 Daphne Confar and Thomas Burns reception 7/21 7-9pm 8/4-16
Kate Ryan and Micael Costello reception 8/4 7-9pm
8/18-30 Chet Jones and Armando Pedroso reception 8/18 7-9pm 9/1-15
John Dowd “Summer Work” reception 9/1 7-9pm
WOODMAN/SHIMKO GALLERY 7/7-20
Tom of Finland reception 7/7 6-9pm
7/28-8/10 Joey Mars reception 7/28 6-9pm 8/11-24 8/18-31 9/1-14
Hiroki Otsuka reception 8/11 6-9pm Adam O'Day reception 8/18 6-9pm PS TO PT: 3,000 Miles Of Art reception 9/1 6-9pm
reception 8/18 7-10pm
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283 Commercial Street
888.503.0155 FINE JEWELRY
open year round
PROVINCETOWN THEATER 238 Bradford Street | 508.487.7487 tickets: 866.811.4111 | provincetowntheater.com Spring and Fall Playwrights’ Festivals, Winter Readings Series & full productions of new and established works.
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS THEATER FESTIVAL September 22-25 | twptown.org | 866-789-TENN (8366)
12th Annual Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival *Tennessee Williams & Shakespeare*
WELLFLEET HARBOR ACTORS THEATRE (W.H.A.T.) 2357 Route 6, Wellfleet | 508.349.9428 | what.org Concerts, films, broadcasts, plays & children’s theater.
Four days of theater by visiting companies from Ghana South Africa, Texas, Philadelphia, New York. With plays by Shakespeare including Hamlet, Pericles, Antony & Cleopatra, with Williams plays such as Sweet Bird of Youth, Ten Blocks on the Camino Real, and The Gnädiges Fräulein, plus parties, concerts, classes and more! Full schedule, tickets, and additional events at twptown.org.
Painting Churches 6/15-7/9 Thurs-Mon 8pm The Empath 7/20-8/19 World Premiere Death and the Maiden 8/24-9/24 Th-M 8pm The Turn of the Screw 10/19-11/5 Th-Sat 7:30pm Sun 3pm
PAYOMET PERFORMING ARTS CENTER IN TRURO 508.487.5400 | email@example.com Festivals, music, theater, children’s classes and shows.
Salome by Oscar Wilde 7/12-8/19
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9/15-16 Provincetown Public Library Book Festival ProvincetownLibrary.org
6/14-18 Provincetown International Film Festival PtownFilmFest.org
Provincetown Portuguese Festival & Blessing of the Fleet
ProvincetownPortugueseFestival.com 6/22-8/31 Artisan Craft Fair UU Church Thursdays 10am-4:30pm uumh.org 7/16
PAAM Annual Secret Garden Tour paam.org The Ptown Show Live storytelling with The
9/30 Ballroom Dance Competition Town Hall BostonOpenDanceSport.com 10/2
7/31 Generations Project, Paramount Theater 7pm thegenerationsproject.org
7/30-8/5 6th Annual Whale Week coastalstudies.org
Homemade Boat Race coastalstudies.org 13th Annual Provincetown Jazz Festival
8/12-19 Carnival Week carnival parade 8/17 3pm ptown.org
The Great Provincetown Schooner Regatta ProvincetownSchoonerRace.com 9/8 24th Annual Celebration of Life Concert 9/9 30th Annual Swim for Life and Paddler Flotilla Swim4Life.org 9/11-17 Afterglow Alternative Performance Arts Festival AfterGlow Festival.org 9/4-7
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11th Annual Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival TWPtown.org PAAM Fall Consignment Auction 7pm
Provincetown Dahlia Show facebook.com/groups/PtownDahlias
Halloween Week in Provincetown BOO! Haunted attractions & more!
Nov./Dec. FREE parking in municipal parking lotsâ€Ś
November and December
11/2 Day of the Dead Performing Arts Festival ProvincetownDayoftheDead.com 11/22 Lighting of the Monument 5-7pm Pilgrim-Monument.org 11/24-26 Art & Craft Fairs! 11/25
Lighting of the Lobster Pot Tree @Lopes
PBG Holly Folly Weekend ptown.org Outer Cape Chorale Concert
Square at dusk ProvincetownView.com
12/8, 9 OuterCapeChorale.org
12/28-1/1 First Light Provincetown ptown.org
T H E PA C K A R D G A L L E RY
Anne Packard Going out of Town oil on linen 30” x 40”
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