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letter from the publisher Many years ago, while still a television producer in New York City, after a rather uncomfortable summer tackling an inferno, otherwise known as the New York subway, I decided to assay a summer in Provincetown. I wasn’t just looking for respite from a few muggy months; I was seeking to satisfy a long and gnawing need to indulge my love of art and art-making. My now defunct high school, while excellent on many fronts, did not offer studio art classes. We did have one elderly nun who taught art history, singing the frequent praises of Florence’s Medici family in a trilling tone not unlike Julia Child excitedly describing a roast Cornish hen. But I was far more interested at that time in seeing and making art than in learning about its greatest patrons. So, years later, I packed myself up and found a room at a now defunct guest house at the foot of Johnson Street owned by Mrs. Mendes, a fisherman’s widow. It was a magical summer. My window framed a brilliant blue bay and the golden gleaming edge of the Heritage Museum, now the Provincetown Library. I rode my bike in the intoxicating sea breezes and took printmaking classes with a persnickety but brilliant master of the art named Bill Behnken. The class, at the Art Association, had mostly older students who seemed quite impressive to my naïve eye. I would come to discover these were not students at all, but some of the greatest artists in Provincetown (many of whom have since been featured in these pages). One of them was a bearded man with a shock of white hair and an infectious persona. He told me, “Patrizia (my name pronounced for effect in a commanding Italian accent) you have passion and that’s what matters most.” I have lived off of those words for years. That man was noted painter Salvatore Del Deo. I have since had the great pleasure to get to know him and his equally brilliant and passionate wife– poet and historian Josephine Del Deo. I have come to regard them, with great affection and respect, as among the most influential people to have contributed to the fabric of this town. I am honored that they graciously allowed me to sit with them for an interview, called “Time and the Town,” that is our feature in this year’s edition of the Provincetown Art Guide.
Arthur Cohen (1928-2012) “Cape Cod Wharf” c. 1968 oil on canvas 16” x 20”. Courtesy of Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Fogelman.
CONTENTS 13 GALLERIES 48 MAP 58 ARTISTS 80 ARTISANS 82 ANTIQUES 84 CALENDAR
SPECIAL FEATURE 22 TIME AND THE TOWN A Conversation with Painter Salvatore Del Deo and Poet and Historian Josephine Breen Del Deo
Salvatore Del Deo, Flyerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boat Yard, 1970, charcoal on paper Photos: Provincetown History Preservation Project, provincetownhistoryproject.com
Joan Cobb Marsh
KILEY COURT GALLERY Brooke Olivares
Steve Kennedy Matteo Caloiaro | Julian Cardinal | Robert Cardinal | Ann Hartley | Francine Huot Steve Kennedy | Joan Cobb Marsh | Frank Milby | John Mulcahy | Brooke Olivares | Robert Thoren
445 Commercial Street
137 Commercial Street | 508.274.8298 | adampeckgallery.com email@example.com | facebook/twitter:/adampeckgallery
Pat de Groot untitled (detail) ink on paper c. 1969
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. This 8th season, Adam Peck Gallery is also representing Sian Robertson, Robert Goldstrom and Kathy Cotter with solo shows.
Adam Peck wood and paint
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2 ALBERT MEROLA GALLERY 424 Commercial Street | 508.487.4424 | firstname.lastname@example.org 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, Elisabeth Kley, Irene Lipton, Michael Mazur, Jack Pierson, Mischa Richter, Duane Slick, Richard Tinkler, Tabitha Vevers, John Waters, Helen Miranda Wilson, William Wood, Timothy Woodman, and Frank Yamrus.
423 Commercial Street | 508.487.4230 | open year round, daily in season | email@example.com | 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.
Linda Reedy Exiting the Memes II 12" x 12"
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4 AMP GALLERY 432 Commercial St. (New East End location) | 646.298.9258 Open mid-April thru Dec. & always by appt. | artmarketprovincetown.com A ‘live’ contemporary gallery space dedicated to visual, conceptual, performance artists, filmmakers & writers. 2016 features Karen Cappotto, Jamie Casertano, Barbara Cohen, Larry Collins, Richard Dorff, Megan Hinton, Katrina del Mar, Mimi Gross, Zehra Khan, M P Landis, David Macke, Judy Mannarino, Eileen Myles, Frank Mullaney, Alice O’Malley, Shania LeClaire Riviere, Bobby Miller, Pasquale Natale, Marian Roth, Ellen Rousseau, Jicky Schnee, Matt Sesow, Christopher Sousa, Christopher Tanner, Gail Thacker, Christopher Turner, Conrad Ventur, Forrest Williams & others.
447 Commercial Street | 617.233.9234 | Open daily during the summer season, weekends off-season | russophoto.com
Thomas Antonelli acrylic on canvas
Located in Provincetown's East End Gallery District, the Karilon Gallery features the work of two long-time residents of Provincetown, Fine Art Photographer, Angela Russo, and Ilona Royce-Smithkin, painter and fashion icon! Stop by and say hello and see their most recent work.
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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 33rd Season. Featuring the Paintings of Thomas Antonelli.
Angela Russo Red Sky Boat pigment print
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ANTONELLI GIARDELLI GALLERY
Varujan Boghosian Room with a View collage 2012
7 BERTA WALKER GALLERY PROVINCETOWN 208 Bradford Street | 508.487.6411 | daily, 12-5, closed Tuesdays Manager, Grace Hopkins | firstname.lastname@example.org bertawalkergallery.com Provincetown's premiere gallery representing Donald Beal, Varujan Boghosian, Romolo Del Deo, Salvatore Del Deo, Rob DuToit, Ed Giobbi, Elspeth Halvorsen, Robert Henry, Grace Hopkins, Brenda Horowitz, Penelope Jencks, Judyth Katz, Anne MacAdam, Danielle Mailer, Erna Partoll, Sky Power, Blair Resika, Paul Resika, Peter Watts, Murray Zimiles. Masters: Chaffee, Hofmann, Knaths, Lazzell, Moffett, Weinrich. Estates: John Kearney, Selina Trieff, Nancy Whorf.
40 Main Street | 774.383.3161 | daily, 12-5, closed Tuesdays Manager, Gillian Drake | email@example.com bertawalkergallery.com A selection of group exhibitions, “pop-up” salon shows and oneperson exhibitions. See our Provincetown artist roster above. Open through December.
Paul Wisotzky Stoneware Mugs
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389 Commercial Street | 508.413.9490 bluegalleryprovincetown.com Award winning Blue Gallery represents more than 30 American craft artists. Many are local to Cape Cod and New England. Browse a wide variety of exquisitely crafted, one-of-a-kind handmade items for you and your home. Blue Gallery is home to Blueberry Lane Pottery, functional stoneware and porcelain pottery by Truro potter Paul Wisotzky. Shop local, support individual artists and buy handmade at Blue Gallery.
Sky Power A Distant View o/c 2016 24" x 30”
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catherine mccarthy | | | |
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
mike wright | 423 Commercial Street | www.aldengallery.com | firstname.lastname@example.org | t 508.487.4230
“...the cultural anchor of the Provincetown Art Colony.” PROVINCETOWN ART ASSOCIATION AND MUSEUM 460 COMMERCIAL STREET WWW.PAAM.ORG, 508-487-1750 WILLIAM EVAUL, DANCING HOUSES, 2007
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.
Jayne Adams Waiting Oil on Panel 26" x 20"
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K. Baltivik The Provincetown Way "16x20"
11 CHARLES-BALTIVIK GALLERY 432 Commercial Street | 508.487.3611 | year-round | daily 11-5, Fri/Sat 11-8 | cbgallery.net | facebook.com/charles.baltivik.gallery Established in 1994 to offer art that is affordable, the gallery showcases artists with a strong tie to Provincetown’s rich artistic heritage. Showcasing owner/artist Katherine Baltivik’s bold, colorful oils on copper and maple wood, Michael Marrinan’s oil on copper landscapes, Andrea Sawyer’s oil seascapes and Provincetown street scenes, Timmer Naylor’s acrylic seascapes, Tim Campbell’s folk art of the town, and Al Cave’s male figurative work mixed media. Own your own piece of Provincetown art.
12 CORTILE GALLERY
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.
Cortile Gallery Interior
230 Commercial Street | 508.487.4200 | open year round: in season, daily; off season, weekends | cortilegallery.com
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LIZ CARNEY MADELYN CARNEY MATTHEW CAPALDO JANINE EVERS HELEN GRIMM
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PETER HOCKING ROBIN LEVANDOV TJASA OWEN CHERYL ROBINSON BRIGID WATSON
411 COMMERCIAL STREET 617.905.7432 fourelevengallery.com
TIME and the
A Conversation with Painter Salvatore Del Deo and Poet and Historian Josephine Breen Del Deo Sal and Josephine Del Deo have lived and worked in Provincetown more than sixty years. Sal is a prominent painter whose powerful representations throughout the years of the town’s working people and compelling landscapes are represented in major museums and private collections world wide. Josephine is a noted historian and poet whose numerous books include “Figures in a Landscape,” a pivotal biography of painter Ross Moffet, “The Watch at Peaked Hill- Outer Cape Cod Dune Shack Life 1953-2003” as well as many essays and books of poetry. The pair have counted among their friends some of the most notable artists and writers to have ever lived or spent time here. Their years of dedication and passionate commitment to the town of Provincetown have left it a much better place and created for them – and for us – a remarkable legacy. 22 | provincetownartguide.com
Art Guide: You’ve been here many years. If you were to go into your mind’s eye and let some images percolate up and reach your psyche, I’m curious what would be the first to come forth?
Josephine: Probably the landscape is the first thing that comes to mind, because it’s such an unusual landscape. It’s compelling, it’s almost hypnotic. Once you come over the hill and you see Pilgrim Lake for the first time, you never forget it. And, of course, the harbor is magnificent. So that’s the first image that I can draw, that never changed its importance in my life here. Probably one of the reasons that I love the dunes so much is the beautiful isolation, the quiet, the tranquility, just the majesty, and so few people can be a part of that, no matter where you come from or what you’re doing. Most people never get a chance to get more than a few days or a few weeks. But I got to live here! Art Guide: It’s infinite space, really.
Josephine: Right! You need infinite space, you need what William James called a “wide mind-field” where you can relate many, many things. So that’s number one. If you bring up an image that could be secondary to that, it would be the absolutely charming nature of the town – I once described it as a string of pearls along the beach, and it was so beautiful. The images were so varied, and the amazing thing was, the fishing industry was at its peak. So you kind of had this European sense of a working fishing town, and it wasn’t phony, it was really real. Art Guide: I want to just follow up on this idea of the spaciousness of this town. Because interestingly over the years people will come to visit me here in the off-season and say “How can you live here, there’s not enough stimulation!”
Josephine: If you’re a person who is vitally wooed by what you think, and what you want to do from a philosophical point of view, then your value system is entirely different from the Left Page: Josephine & Salvatore on the deck of Sal’s Place, 99 Commercial St., 1968. Photo by Francis Iacono, courtesy of Josephine Del Deo. Top Right: Salvatore Del Deo, Ray Wells Cottage, 2001, oil on canvas, 20” x 24” Courtesy of Berta Walker Gallery. Bottom Right: Salvatore Del Deo, Digging For Clams, 2002, oil on canvas, 12” x 12” Courtesy of Berta Walker Gallery.
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Left: Salvatore Del Deo, Flyer’s Boat Yard, 1970, charcoal on paper, 14” x 11”. Courtesy of Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Right: Josephine in her studio. Courtesy of Josephine Del Deo.
person who has to be entertained. And that’s why I think this town saw so much art. There’s so much space that you can expand your vision. Art Guide: Sal, when you think of your time here, what is the first thing that comes to mind?
Sal: Well, my experience of Provincetown was predetermined long before I ever came here. It’s funny because when you talk like that people think you’re kind of crazy or something. But, as a matter of fact when I was a kid I had two brothers. The one nearest my age, five years older than me, died unfortunately when he was nineteen years of age. Years later when I was going through his papers, I saw one of his essays from high school, and it was called “Provincetown: 24 | provincetownartguide.com
A Fisher Town and a Painter Town.” My brother came here when he was maybe sixteen years old, and he was so taken by this place. He said to me “Sally-“ (they called me Sally in Providence) – “I went to a place where there’s fishermen and boats on the beach. And it was so colorful.” He said, “There were painters right there, painting these wonderful scenes… someday you’re gonna go there, I swear to God.” I’m one of the few people who came to this town not because of the lifestyle, but because I had a definitive idea of studying with somebody who I thought could teach me how to paint. I would have gone where Mr. Hensche (Henry Hensche, painter and director at the Cape School of Art) was. And they told me he was here, so I came here.
Art Guide: How did the two of you meet?
Josephine: Sal knows this better than I do. Sal: When I got out of the service in ’53, the first person I met on the street was Harry Kemp (writer and poet), who I had known since I was seventeen. So I saw him and we embraced and we talked, and he said, “I found your mate for life.” So I said, “Yeah, but is she pretty?” He said, “She’s beautiful. And she’s a poet. And she plays the violin. And she is a wonderful person.” “Where is she?” I said, “I want her.” He says, “Well, we’ll have Shakespeare’s birthday party at your studio, and I’ll invite her to come up as my guest.” So we had the party at my studio. My studio was on the water. And nine o’clock came, and I went up to Harry. All my painting student friends, guys and gals were there drinking the cheapest wine you could drink – no drugs, just wine – and so I went up to Harry and I said, “Harry, where’s your friend? I don’t see her.” He said “Oh Salvatore that’s not like her. I’m sure something must have come up.” And finally there was a knock at the door and there’s this figure in the doorway, an American Indian female dressed in Indian clothes with beads and stuff. I said “Can I help you?” She says “Are you Sal?” I say “Yeah.” “Well Harry invited me to a party here. I’m sorry I’m late because I’m a campfire leader. We had just had our pow wow, and I had promised the girls a picnic at at New Beach (in those days it was called New Beach, not Herring Cove) and we had a wonderful fire, and this is the earliest I could get away.” So that did it. At the end of the party I said, “I’d like to see you again.” And she said “Oh, maybe it could be arranged.” So I borrowed Ciro’s (Ciro Cozzi, painter and co-owner of Ciro & Sal’s at Kiley Court) car and we drove out to New Beach, and we talked and spooned and got to know each other. And that was the beginning of it. That was May, and we were married in November. Top Right: Jo and Sal at at Frenchie’s dune shack, 1988. Courtesy of Josephine Del Deo. Bottom Right: Sal painting a watercolor in the dunes, 1983. Courtesy of Josephine Del Deo. 2015 Provincetown Art Guide | 25 2016
Art Guide: I’ve often believed that Provincetown calls us. Provincetown calls to certain people. Can you sketch a portrait of what this town was like when you married and settled here. What sort of lifestyle did you have?
Sal: It was a working town, that’s the difference. Josephine: It was a working town but there were so many of us that were on the same working level as artists. I mean, every shop sold a craft like leather, jewelry, ceramics, weaving… They were all craftsmen that lived here and did their work here. And that was so exciting. Then you had the galleries like the Sun Gallery, a magnificent experimental gallery. And then the theater. So it was high-energy, high-participation. There was never a moment when you were bored by anything. Sal: I was very happy to know that this was a working town. Painters have always been attracted to working people. Van Gogh, he went to the mining parts of Belgium, and lived with the workers, and then he started portraying them, because I think that generally painters like me - I associate with people like Van Gogh because they have the strong socialist kind of concept of humanity, you know? And it’s always stuck with me, from the times I read Zola and those wonderful writers. So this town offered me this, you know? And I loved it. I knew I could build something here. I could create something here that Hawthorne (Charles Hawthorne, founder of the Hawthorne School of Art in 1899) had started, that marvelous person who saw the rugged beauty in these fishermen and their wives and their children and their whole environment. I could see a sort of window there of something that I could do. You learn your skills and then you say, well what are you going do with these skills? Well, you can add to the visual imagery, but that’s not what real art is. Real art is the journey of discovery, of going from here to there and exploring all the little side streets and all the faces and everything else that you see in the course of a day. Left: Salvatore Del Deo, Manuel, Doryman, 1968, oil on canvas, 32” x 22” Courtesy of Provincetown Art Association and Museum.
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382 Commercial Street | 626.695.0551 | 12-4 / 7-10 egeligallery.com 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. 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, Sarah Wardell, Kevin McNamara, Lisa Egeli, and Arthur Egeli.
J. Cochrane Low Tide, Provincetown 24" x 20"
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14 FINE ARTS WORK CENTER / HUDSON D. WALKER GALLERY Gallery Opening Reception
24 Pearl Street | 508.487.9960 | fawc.org/calendar
Throughout the year, the Fine Arts Work Center offers dynamic, thought-provoking exhibitions featuring eminent Provincetown and national artists, of both contemporary and historic acclaim. Exhibitions, readings, artist talks and artist open studios are free and open to the public. Openings are Fridays 6 to 8 PM. The Fine Arts Work Center is a nationally renowned fellowship program for emerging writers and artists. During summer, the Work Center offers 90 open-enrollment week-long workshops in creative writing and visual arts with renowned faculty.
411 Commercial Street | 617.905.7432 | fourelevengallery.com 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, Brigid Watson, Matthew Capaldo, Liz Carney, Janine Evers, Peter Hocking, Janine Carney, Cheryl Robinson, Claire Griffin, Mary Carney, Tjasa Owen and Robin Levandov.
Grimm Early Morning Marsh o/c 8" x 10"
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Michael del Visco Perfidia oil on panel 50” X 50”
MDV3 Gallery & Studio 142 Commercial Street
H.M. Staffer II
Ancient Olive Tree
SARAH JESSICA FINE ARTS From Romantic Realism to Cutting Edge Since 1999. Oil Paintings, Etchings & Other Original Prints, Glass Ceramics & Sculpture
342 Commercial Street, Provincetown (508) 487-0884 / sarahjessicafinearts.com
Ray Wiggs Gallery
Ray Wiggs - oil/canvas 36” x 48”
432 COMMERCIAL STREET PROVINCETOWN 774.593.5143 raywiggsgallery.com
237 Commercial Street | Whaler’s Wharf 3rd Floor 513.236.0094 | Open Thu - Sun in-season or by appt. frederickstudioprovincetown.com In its second season, this studio gallery hosts receptions on selected Fridays from 6-9 pm featuring solo shows by owner James Frederick, as well as additional Provincetown artists, curated for the season. See website for schedule. James Frederick paints “alla prima” in representational expressionism style inspired by his environs on Cape Cod. He draws comics depicting his adventures working, playing and loving year-round in this colorful seaside town.
James Frederick Harbor Sunset acrylic
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Ena Swansea oil & graphite on linen
17 GAA GALLERY 494 Commercial Street | 230B Main Street Wellfleet email@example.com | gaa-gallery.com Established in 2015 Gaa Gallery is a contemporary art gallery exhibiting the work of emerging and established artists of different generations & nationalities. The gallery operates out of spaces in Wellfleet & Provincetown and works closely with a small number of artists to create solo & group exhibitions as well as editions & publications. Exhibits include work by Esteban Cabeza de Baca, Nathalie Ferrier, Peter Hutchinson, Thoralf Knobloch, Gary Kuehn, Martin Mannig, Gail Marks, Barry Stone, Ena Swansea, Erika Wastrom & Erin Woodbrey.
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.
Edel Bordón oil on canvas 18" x 12" 2015
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Julie Tremblay Gallery
‘Dune Shack’ - Now Offering Limited Edition Prints 277 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA • 508-439-2025 • JulieTremblay.com
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.
Malafronte Deck Hand 2016, mm/c 20" x 20”
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20 HILDA NEILY GALLERY Hilda Neily Cottage oil on board
364 Commercial Street | 508.487.6300 | 727.743.6393 open May-Dec and by appointment | hildaneilygallery.com 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 Provincetown’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.
432 Commercial Street | 508.487.0915 | Open May-Oct One of Provincetown's few galleries to focus on contemporary abstract art and abstract work from the early to mid-20th century. The Hutson Gallery represents these regional contemporary artists: Al Benkin, Michael Fenton, Harry Folsom, Kristen Gossler, Gary Grossman, Peter Macara, Gay Malin, Felice Newman, Rose Olson, John O’Shea, Michael Page, William Skerritt, Joe Trepiccione, Luanne E Witkowski and Gary Zack.
Mary Feeley Remembering Roman Visniac
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22 JULIE TREMBLAY GALLERY 277 Commercial Street | 508-439-2025 | Open Daily MarchDecember JulieTremblay.com Raven giclée
Now in its seventh season, Julie Tremblay Gallery, in the center of town, features the diverse and compelling work of local accomplished photographer and filmmaker Julie Tremblay. With her fine art photography there is an emotional connection to her images of portraits, landscapes, animals and still lifes that pull her audience in to her work. She has published two fine art photography books: 'Work' - a visual resume of her photography portfolio; and 'Provincetown' - a fine art photography book of Provincetown, Massachusetts. Her gallery offers quality giclée prints with custom frames. Now offering Limited Editions.
445 Commercial Street | 508.487.4496 | open year-round firstname.lastname@example.org | kileycourtgallery.com Since 1990, the Kiley Court Gallery has been exhibiting a variety of fine, representational paintings. Artists: Matteo Caloiaro, Julian Cardinal, Robert Cardinal, Ann Hartley, Francine Huot, Steve Kennedy, Joan Cobb Marsh, Frank Milby, John Mulcahy, Brooke Olivares, Robert Thoren.
Jessica Brilli Yamaha oil 30" x 30"
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366 Commercial Street | 508.487.1132 | summer: 11-10 daily spring/fall: Thu-Sun 11-5 and by appt. | kobaltgallery.com Featuring outstanding solo and group exhibitions of original contemporary art in a broad range of media including painting, assemblage, encaustic and photography. New exhibitions and opening receptions every Friday evening throughout the summer. Gallery artistis: Jessica Brilli, Susan Burnstine, Jon Davenport, Daniel Fleming, Sean Flood, Giles Ford, Conny Hatch, Duncan Johnson, Milenko Katic’, Tamiko Kawata, Dave Laro, Deborah Martin, Rose Masterpol, Cherie Mittenthal, Ted Polomis, Carlos Ramirez and Helen Shulman.
Frank Milby Dyer Street o/c 28” x 36”
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Sacco Matthias Christensen
25 LARKIN GALLERY 405 Commercial Street | 508.487.6111 | larkingallery.com open year round | daily 9:30-5, Evenings in season Presenting new work by Gallery Artists Kenneth Hawkey, Matthias Christensen, Lauren Wolk, Lisa Molyneux, Jason Eldredge, Elisabeth Pearl, Catherine Meeks, Neva Hansen, Byrne Marston, Jane Manco, Tighe Hanson, Emilie Walker, Jane Rowe & others. Friday evening receptions in season at 7pm.
427 Commercial Street | 508.487.3733 | lovingerimages.com Fine art photography by resident travel photographer and workshop instructor Jeff Lovinger. Featuring large format museum-quality archival photographs and gallery wrapped canvases of Cape Cod, Provincetown, Provincelands Dunes, India, Nepal, and Asia. Encaustic mixed media artist Gurli Lovinger merges art and technology by blending multiple images with a combination of traditional art materials and pigment ink. She features encaustic mixed media paintings that incorporate photography.
Justine Ives Ahab vs. Moby 2016
27 MAISON DÉCOR GALLERY
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368A Commercial Street @ Johnson Street | 508.413.9533 email@example.com | maisondecorgallery.com Unique hybrid art gallery plus full interior decoration services and home décor. Contemporary paintings, mixed media & ceramics by local and nationally known artists, including Justine Ives (aka Og), Brian Dunne, Carmen Cicero linoprints, William L’Engle prints, Michael J. Gredler, Robert Callahan, Rosa Empis, Joshua D. Wiley, Patricia Zur, Rebecca Matarazzi, David Moulton. Custom & antique furniture, fine gifts.
Jeff Lovinger Rounding Long Point Photograph
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The William Scott Gallery
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JUNE 24 - JULY 6 Kenneth Dunne
MAY 28 - JUNE 29 Summertime Group Exhibition
MAY 27 - JULY 6 Esteban Cabeza de Baca
JULY 8 - AUGUST 3 Ena Swansea JULY 15 - AUGUST 3 Christian DeFonte AUGUST 5 - AUGUST 24 Nathalie Ferrier Peter Hutchinson Peter Zimmermann AUGUST 26 - SEPTEMBER 14 Get Together Group Exhibition SEPTEMBER 16 - OCTOBER 28 Carousel Group Exhibition GAA GALLERY PROVINCETOWN 494 Commercial Street Provincetown, MA 02657 www.gaa-gallery.com
JULY 2 - AUGUST 3 Gary Kuehn JULY 30 - AUGUST 31 Erika Wastrom AUGUST 6 - AUGUST 31 Gail Marks SEPTEMBER 3 - OCTOBER 10 Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll Be Your Mirror Group Exhibition
GAA GALLERY WELLFLEET 230B Main Street Wellfleet, MA 02667
Colin McGuire Campfire #2 oil 30" x 30"
28 McGUIRE GALLERY 465 Commercial Street | 508.221.0416 | daily 11-5 and 7-10 michaelmcguire.net McGuire Gallery celebrates its 16th season featuring: Michael McGuire Colin McGuire Nancy Pettibone
142 Commercial Street | 508.241.9454 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Roccapriore Birds on the Pier oil/canvas 12" x 12"
MDV3 Gallery features the acrylics, collages and large-scale oil paintings of longtime Provincetown-based multi-media artist Michael Robert del Visco.
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437 Commercial Street l 508.280.1278 l email@example.com www.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, Sally Brophy, Gero Roccapriore, and George Crosby.
Winter in Provincetown oil on panel 38" X 50"
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SIMIE MARYLES GALLERY 435 Commercial St. Provincetown 508 . 487 . 7878 simiemaryles.com
Ray Wiggs Gallery
New Photographs from Herring Cove 432 COMMERCIAL STREET PROVINCETOWN 774.593.5143 raywiggsgallery.com
Original Artist Limited Edition Series Bespoke Fine Art Images & Artist Proofs
find me @ www.russophoto.com
Karilon Gallery 447 Commercial Street Provincetown, MA 617.233.9234
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Post Office Gallery, in the heart of North Truro Village, features established and emerging artists including well known and highly collected Truro Artist Kenneth Hawkey, Catherine Meeks, Nancy McCarthy, Byrne Marston, Emilie Walker, Jane Manco and others. Juried Exhibitions this season include: “All Aboard,” “Rhythm & Blues,” “Broken,” & “Outta Sight.” Opening Receptions on Sunday afternoons in season. Plenty of free parking.
K. Hawkey A Mother's Dilemma
38 Shore Road, North Truro Village | 508.487.3111 | open year round Thursday - Monday 11-4 & by appt. | postofficegallery.com
32 PROVINCETOWN ART ASSOCIATION AND MUSEUM 460 Commercial Street | 508.487.1750 | paam.org photo: Anton Grassi
Founded in 1914 by a group of artists and townspeople, PAAM has grown into a nationally recognized, year-round cultural institution that fuses the creative energy of America’s oldest active art colony with the natural beauty of outer Cape Cod that has inspired artists for generations. PAAM presents an ever-changing lineup of exhibitions, lectures, workshops, cultural events, and parties that seek to promote and cultivate appreciation for all branches of the fine arts for which Provincetown is known.
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 which touch the soul with visual eloquence. Focusing on quality, the gallery is suited for both the beginner as well as seasoned collector. The gallery is proud to represent the talents of Faye Earnest, Geoffrey Johnson, Barry Katz, Marian Strangfeld and Ray Wiggs.
Ray Wiggs Open Burn Day o/c
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L. Firmin Washington Square Park o/b 14" x 20"
34 RICE POLAK GALLERY 430 Commercial Street | 508.487.1052 | Director: Marla Rice | Open daily 11-10 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 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, Patten, Plaut, Prifti, Redman, del Rosario, Schofield, Sherer, Skollar, Snodgrass, Southworth, Thomas, Triebert, Tyler, Webb, Winfield & Wolfe.
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Simie Maryles Sundown in Blues and Greens o/b
One of the most unique galleries on Cape Cod and in Provincetown since 1999. Featuring an eclectic collection of locally & nationally acclaimed painters, original printmakers, glass, ceramic & sculpture artists. Representing: Joanne Thorne Arnold, Jennifer Bowman, Carol Collette, Mally Desomma, Peter Dutra, Lois Fisher, Joan Hayes, Lisa Joyce Hill, Mary Hurst, Neil McAuliffe, Tim Neill, Suzanne Packer, Eleanor Rahim, HM Saffer II, Terry Rockwood, Ellen Rolli, Mel Tedisco, Jeffrey Tover & more.
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36 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, Michael John dePierro, Brendan Johnston, Barry Levin, Simie Maryles, Patti Mollica, David Mueller, Roxie Munro, Robert K. Roark, Jane Rosenberg, Richard Rosenblatt, John Brandon Sills, Kurt Walters. Openings Fridays 7-10pm in season. All exhibits online.
Peter Dutra Evening Sail
342 Commercial Street | 508.487.0884 sarahjessicafinearts.com
JOHN WHORF (1903-1959) “OLD PROVINCETOWN” July 29 - August 4
Opening reception Friday, July 29 7 - 10 pm
EGELI GALLERY 382 Commercial Street
Jennifer Clifford Danner La Méduse © 2013
37 STEWART CLIFFORD GALLERY 359 Commercial Street | 508.487.0451 Open year round, Wednesday - Monday in season email@example.com | stewartcliffordgallery.com Exploring the natural world through the visual arts and photography, Stewart Clifford Galley represents a variety of artists, including: Jennifer Clifford Danner, Thomas Reale and Jan Kassay. Shows of new work are scheduled from June to September.
1989 Route 6A, W. Barnstable | 508.375.0428 taowatergallery.com
Thanassi Herring Cove oil on canvas
Featuring Asian contemporary art and leading figures. Over 25 artists from China and USA. Bao Lede, Qin Feng, Ming Jing, Zhang Yu, Li Jin, Zhao Kai Lin, Hai Ri Han, Zhang Jing Sheng, Su Xin Ping, Liu Yue, Luo Fa Hui, Jiang Hai, George Xiong, Duo Ling Huang, Gu Ying Qing, Lin Chun Yan, Ma Lin, Wu Yang, Cao Yang, Jia Tian Shi, Wang Xiao Song, Xue Mo, Li Wang, Zhang Wan, Jiang Peng, Xin Men, Soonjin Kim, George Xiong, Duo Ling Huang, and Karen Krieger.
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39 THANASSI GALLERY 234 Commercial Street | 508.487.0233 | ThanassiGallery.com 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.
Gu Ying Qing Eden ink on rice paper 60" x 70"
38 TAO WATER GALLERY BARNSTABLE
THE C HARLES - B ALTIVIK G ALLERY Featuring works on copper, canvas and maple wood.
Katherine Baltivik | Andrea Sawyer | Timmer Naylor | Lynette Molnar Michael Marrinan | Tim Campbell | Al Cave | Joanne Bartone
Own a piece of Provincetown. Artwork at affordable prices. 432 Commercial Street 508/487-3611 cbgallery.net Artist Owned & Operated
gallery and studio • 465 commercial street • 508.221.0416 • michaelmcguire.net
PROVINCELANDS VIEWS FROM A DUNE SHACK
Special artist invitational Sat. Oct. 8 7-9pm EGELI GALLERY 382 Commercial Street | 508.487.0044 egeligallery.com John Clayton Day at Boris's o/p
TJ Walton Skiff oil on canvas 24” x 18” 2016
40 TJ WALTON GALLERY 346 Commercial St. | 508.737.6697 | summer: open daily 11am-10pm off season: by chance or appt. | tjwaltongallery.com Self guided artist TJ Walton proudly introduces a new gallery space featuring her iconic paintings & other novelties that expose the artist’s style and personal interests. The gallery features “Ruby Road Furniture”, found object collages designed by TJ and constructed by carpenter James Ciulla, “Punk Junc Clothin” vintage apparel, Forge and Forest Creations, furniture from reclaimed materials custom designed and built by Edward Soltesz. Featured artists include Mary DeAngelis, Hanna McCormic and Susan Bernstein.
439 Commercial Street | 508.487.4040 | Director: Brian Galloway williamscottgallery.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
C. Complex Rope Railing ac/board 34" x 28"
Representing local and national contemporary artists, including: John Dowd, Chet Jones, Kate Ryan, Thomas Burns, Tony Chimento, Bill Chisholm, Emil Cohen, Daphne Confar, Michael Costello, Rachael Eastman, Sandra Jones Campbell, Josh Koll, Janet Lage, Dannielle Mick, Edie Nadelhaft, Jane O’Hara, and Armando Pedroso.
42 WOODMAN/SHIMKO GALLERY 398 Commercial Street | 508.487.0606 | open daily 11-11 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."
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Jane O’Hara Dreamy Figment ac/panel 6" x 6"
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adam peck kathy cotter
137 commercial street provincetown, ma
Thanassi Gallery 234 Commercial Street 508.487.0233 chuckanzalone.com
Bowersock Gallery 373 Commercial Street 508.487.4994 bowersockgallery.com
Evocative impressions of Cape Cod concentrating on color and light.
Bowersock continues to explore the representational surreal mindset, a tripping of the mind from the natural to the personal; a dreamscape. The work is an ongoing investigation about tapping into the imagination.
Bird House oil on canvass 12” x 12”
Painted beach stone
Little Day Dreamer oil on linen 24” x 24”
36 Pearl St. By appt. 508.487.2127 alicebrock.com
Julie Heller East 435 Commercial St. 508.487.2166 juliehellergallery.com
Paintings, autographed books, prints, posters & beach stones. Her work has been called odd, whimsical and great! Asked if she paints from life she says yes, the life in my mind. She is the real “A lice” of “Alice’s Restaurant”.
New directions and explorations inspired by the sea.
untitled oil on paper on panel 18” x 22”
MICHAEL PRODANOU Drawing - Paintings
Represented By Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown MA Rossetti Fine Arts, Ft. Lauderdale FL
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inquiries: email@example.com Kiley Court Gallery Provincetown MA
Williams McCall Gallery Miami Beach & Coconut Grove FL
Ocean in a Jug #1 monoprint 4.5" x 4.5"
Cortile Gallery 193 Commercial Street rebeccabruyn.com
Egeli Gallery egeligallery.com johnclaytonstudio.com
Working with cyanotypes, an 1800’s printing process, Rebecca’s photos capture a view of the present through a lens of the past. With an interest in iPhoneography her work combines contemporary technology with historical antiquity.
Impressionist paintings featuring familiar and iconic Provincetown motifs by well-known local plein air painter of twenty years, John Clayton.
Schooner Hindu oil on canvas 6" x 6"
Cortile Gallery studio hours by appt. 508.487.8381
I make drawings, paintings & prints. Each is a celebration in line and color of the world as I see or imagine it. My works are meant to involve the viewer in the joyous task of finding meaning in, or a way through, this mysterious and dazzling universe.
“Painting is just another way of keeping a diary.”
Anticipation oil/canvas 24” x 18”
a live walking art installation Provincetown Friday Gallery Stroll Four Eleven Gallery Frederick Studio Provincetown The Schoolhouse Gallery Woodman/Shimko Gallery
shanialeclaireriviere.com photos by Kenneth Lockwood
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Paul Kelly Alden Gallery 423 Commercial Street paulkellystudio.net
JoĂŁo de Brito joaodebrito.com
Thanassi Gallery 234 Commercial Street, Provincetown Also showing in California San Francisco
amyhe lle r. c o m
m ixe d media/ LED cyanotypes
LAURENCE YOUNG Cuba Re-Visited July 22 - August 4 Alden Gallery 423 Commercial Street, Provincetown LaurenceYoung.com
JEROME GREENE Egeli Gallery â&#x20AC;¢ 382 Commercial St. 508.487.0044 egeligallery.com
Harmon Gallery 95 Commercial Street Wellfleet johndorish.com harmongallery.com
studio visits by appt. 508.349.2890 firstname.lastname@example.org My work is a compendium of color, light and space driven by thought, feeling, nature and world events. I endeavor to put sunshine into the world as it is much needed.
A resident of New York City since 1977, John Dorish is a painter and printmaker and member of the Art Students League “I love the city as it is the source of my inspiration.” Greenwich Village Studio etching 9”x12”
Avril acrylic/colored pencil on paper 50” x 52”
Thanassi Gallery 234 Commercial Street 508.487.0233 maryholton.com
Kiley Court Gallery 445 Commercial Street 508.487.4496 kileycourtgallery.com
I strive to capture light in its various phases, to present subjects and detail with a looseness and freedom that do not violate the integrity of those elements, a wabisabi approach to art.
This Québec-born artist uses transparent acrylic washes mixed with heavy colorful brush strokes to create vibrant landscapes and still lifes. Exhibited in several art galleries in Québec. Yellow Table oil 20" x 20"
La chante clair a/b 14"x 11"
GEORGE CROSBY P’town night /day Oils by the Sea
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Salvatore Del Deo Three Sisters, 1960 Oil on canvas 28 x 38â&#x20AC;?
Salvatore Del Deo Berta Walker Gallery 208 Bradford Street 508.487.6411 bertawalkergallery.com
GAIL BROWNE hand-painted ceramics & woodblock prints
120 Commercial St. Provincetown, MA 02657 lovelandprovincetown.com | gailbrowne.com
J O H N C L AY T O N
one man show: August 19 th - 25 th EGELI GALLERY
opening reception: August 19 th, 7-9pm
382 Commercial St.
Kobalt Gallery 366 Commercial Street cheriemittenthal.com kobaltgallery.com
Adam Peck Gallery 137 Commercial Street sianrobertsonart.com adampeckgallery.com
Cherie Mittenthal works predominantly in encaustic, pigment sticks and mixed media. Her subject matter revolves around the landscape, flowers, patron saints and farm animals.
Self-taught collage artist who uses maps, postage stamps, vintage photos and other ephemera to create stories about people and places. 2016 solo show “Short Stories” 7/27 - 8/2, reception Fri. 7/29.
Skinny House with Chair Encaustic 12” x 12” 2016
Front Street oil on canvas (detail) 18” x 24”
Inseparable Ever Since collage 6” x 6” 2016
Cad Red Studio Charles-Baltivik Gallery 432 Commercial Street 508.487.3611 cbgallery.net
studio: 508.487.0980 email@example.com Cortile Gallery gallery: 508.487.4200
Inspired by the brilliant light in her ocean-side garret & the sea-tested randomness of the shops & houses of our narrow lanes, Andrea paints what she sees in the place she calls home.
Road Over the Dune oil 11” x 14”
ROB LONGLEY Represented in Provincetown by
CORTILE GALLERY 230 COMMERCIAL ST. WWW.CORTILEGALLERY.COM
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Luminous oil paintings of Outer Cape scenes focusing on dune landscapes of the Provincelands. More images of artwork are available at cortilegallery.com and addisonart.com.
CHRISTINE SULLIVAN July 8 - 21
Oils By The Sea / ROCCAPRIORE GALLERY 437 Commercial Street • 508-280-1278 oilsbytheseagallery.com
Reception July 8, 7 - 9 pm
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ROBERT CALLAHAN watercolor and scrimshaw on antique piano keys callahancapecod.com
MAISON DÃ&#x2030;COR GALLERY 368A Commercial Street
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Art Guide: I can’t help but look past you at that magnificent painting on the wall. I believe it’s Long Point, with that big wonderful cloud. So the landscape is obviously incredibly important to you.
Art Guide: I like the fact that often in your paintings of Long Point, it’s this very tiny epicenter of this greater space. I like that you create this incredible atmosphere.
Sal: Of course. I was talking to Howard Mitchum (artist, poet and cook) once, and he was looking at my painting of Long
Sal: Well I did this on site, you know. It’s not done from photographs. In the fall, we have these marvelous cloud formations. The difference between our clouds and the clouds in Europe is that in Europe they’re painted in the sky, they never move, because there’s very little wind. Basically as in Italy and Greece and Spain they hang there. But here in Provincetown, the very end of this land, the clouds are always coming and going, coming and going. They’re always moving, you know? It’s a very interesting part of the landscape.
Point, and he said “I know what that is. You see the Long Point as the metronome of Provincetown.” And I said, “That’s exactly right.” Because if you go to the east end of town, you’ll see the lighthouse. You go to the extreme west end of town, you see the lighthouse there. So the lighthouse, either east or west, is a metronome.
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Josephine: The landscape here for me is endlessly exciting because it gives me all kinds of room to think the thoughts that I have and to expand, and it has nothing to do with the landscape ever being static, because the brain is not static. Dickenson (painter Edwin Dickinson) said this great thing that I put in the book on Moffet (painter Ross Moffet). He said, “Painting is what a thought does to sight.” It’s the thought that does the thing that you want to put on paper. It’s not the landscape, it’s what the thought does to the landscape. And I don’t think that any painter has ever said it any better. Lots of people don’t understand Dickenson’s paintings, even though they know he’s great. But he interpreted his landscapes… sometimes there’s so little there. Art Guide: His work is so visceral, I think.
Josephine: A sensitive man. He came to paint on the wharf towards the end of his life at Sal’s Place. They were very close. We were close. I loved Dick. Art Guide: Is that what you called him?
Sal: Oh he insisted. If he loved you, you had to call him Dick. Josephine: He always called Sal, Del. Sal was very close to him. Sal: There are books and books, legendary stories about Edwin Dickenson. Art Guide: You’ve both known so many remarkable people, extraordinary painters and characters.
Sal: I’ve been so blessed. I’ve known such wonderful people that have been influential in forming my philosophy of life. One of them is Harry Kemp of course, who introduced Josephine to me. He was the one who did it. And of course I’ve known Henry Hensche, and I’ve known intimately Edwin Dickenson, Ross Moffet, Karl Knaths, Raphael Soyer (Raphael Soyer, the painter), I didn’t know him too well but I knew Hofmann (German painter Hans Hofmann), Stanley Kunitz (poet) I knew intimately… so they’ve all been part of my fabric. They made me what I am today, actually.
Above: Salvatore Del Deo, ‘Artist in Residence’, 2001, oil on canvas, 14 x 20” Courtesy of Berta Walker Gallery. Left Page: Salvatore Del Deo, Cloud Over Long Point, 1976, oil on canvas, 36 x 52” Courtesy of Berta Walker Gallery.
Art Guide: And what was your relationship like with Harry?
Josephine: We were very good friends. He was an intensely scholarly poet, and a good one. His early works are quite special. He’s highly underrated. Art Guide: Poet of the dunes.
Josephine: Yes, well, people will never forget that, but the author William Brevda wrote an excellent biography of Harry Kemp entitled “The Last Bohemian.” Sal: You want to read something great, read his book. Josephine: It’s a beautiful job. He interviewed me at some length, and he did his research. He wrote a classic piece. It does Harry justice. Art Guide: And some of the other artists you were friends with?
Sal: We knew so many. Josephine: It was like thick soup with really wonderful people. Sal: It’s like your food that you eat everyday. You vary the menu, but the food nourishes you. Every day that goes by you meet somebody else and that nourishes you. 2016 Provincetown Art Guide | 73
Sal’s Place at 99 Commercial St., and he’d have supper with us almost every night. He’d read to the kids from Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer. He was great with mimicking voices, he was wonderful. Josephine: He used to come out on the dunes with us a lot. We were out on the dunes and all of a sudden a huge kite appeared over the horizon. And under it was Arthur Cohen. He’d made this kite. He was flying it for the children. It was so beautiful. Art Guide: You’ve had a great opportunity to stay out at a dune shack for years- Frenchie’s Shack. Tell me about that.
Edwin Dickinson in his studio photo: George Yater. Courtesy of Provincetown Art Association and Museum.
Josephine: I’d say that your biggest influence would have been Henry (Hensche), and then Dick (Edwin Dickinson). And Karl Knaths was a very close friend. Very dear. Sal: I loved that man. He was a wonderful person. Josephine: He and Arthur (painter Arthur Cohen- this year’s Art Guide cover artist) were the best of friends. Arthur was always in our house. Sal: We used to go painting together all the time. He was always here. One year, he stayed at ‘The Home at Last’, 101 Commercial St, our property directly across from our restaurant, 74 | provincetownartguide.com
Josephine: It meant everything to us. Frenchie was… I don’t know how you’d describe Frenchie. (Frenchie “Chanel”- actress, artist, bon vivant). She was amazing. Sal: She came to Provincetown in 1930. She came with Bette Davis, the actress. They were friends from New York, in show business. They came down here and I saw this photograph that Shatzie (Frenchie’s daughter) showed me of Bette Davis and Frenchie in front of this great big roadster car, you know, one of those touring cars that were very popular. Frenchie said to me once, “We went out to the dunes, and I said to Bette, ‘Bette? I’m staying. What about you?’” with a French accent. And Bette said, “No, I’m going back to the city, I don’t want to stay here.” So that’s what happened. Bette went back, and Frenchie stayed. Art Guide: What is it like for you to spend time in that shack?
Josephine: Well it’s been a core of much of our creative life. Sal too, he always paints out there. It’s just reinvigorating. It’s interesting with us, because the painter, especially a painter like Sal, who has a narrative capacity which is second to none, he has the outer eye. He also has the inner eye and that defines him as a metaphysical painter as well. My world is greatly inner, by comparison. The only way that a poet and writer has a chance to develop one’s inner resources, generally speaking, is by isolation and devotion to the inner eye. That component is very difficult to achieve in any Continued on page, 83
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Cortile Artists Studio 193 Commercial Street, Provincetown 508.487.4200
JACK DELMOND Forever Autumn 36” x 60”
YESTERDAY’S TREASURES 176 Commercial Street 508.487.5920
Lilacs in Daylight o/c 24” x 30”
Kiley Court Gallery
445 Commercial Street
KATHRYN LEE SMITH
Bakker Gallery 359 Commercial Street 508.413.9748
Stassi Studio 234 Commercial Street (down brick path) 815.494.6538
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My work contains elements of nature, investigations into psychological conditions, along with recollections of past cultures. The sea continues to play a prominent role as an endless source of inspiration for me.
Sea Journey acrylic / venetian plaster on board
Hutson Gallery 432 Commercial Street 508.487.0915 joetrepiccione.com
Alden Gallery 423 Commercial Street 508.487.4230 aldengallery.com
Creating fiery golden landscapes and cool breezy seascapes of Cape Cod, in oil, that beckon the viewer.
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. Into Winter found painted wood 18" x 18" x 4" 2015
On exhibit throughout the season. Race Point Light o/c 12" x 12"
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GAIL CROSMAN MOORE
SilverGlassArt Gallery 241 Commercial Street 508.364.5417 Cortile Gallery cortilegallery.com
Ephemera Glass Series: East Harbour 8” x 10”
Handstitched Alligator Bag
174 Commercial Street 978.353.9609 gailcrosmanmoore.com
Luscious layered fused glass tile collages and sculpted scrollwork wire are just two of Andresen’s signature glasswork components. Exemplary glass design, Commissions welcomed.
“Copper Lily Pods” lampworked glass
In this small atelier at the Gazebo, Crosman Moore handcrafts sculptural jewelry from fiber, glass, metal & paper chosen for their diversity in surface, texture & weight. Eggs, seeds & pods are her inspiration.
Victor Powell Workshop 323 Commercial Street 508.487.9075
Lisa Ventre Hats 357 Commercial Street across from the library lisaventrehats.com
Working with Old World techniques, Victor Powell creates contemporary handmade custom sandals, bags, accessories & leather sculpture. Come watch Victor at work in his studio. Open daily except Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 10-5.
Hand-made toyo hat
Beautiful hats designed and made in Provincetown. Without sizing or blocking, Lisa creates shape, texture, and movement using only sewing techniques, giving these sculptural pieces a lively, organic quality, each hat unique.
HAND-CARVED SIGNS & OTHER FINE WOOD CARVINGS by Geoff Semonian
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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! 48
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176 Commercial Street | 508.487.5920 This Commercial Street shop in Provincetownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s West End is celebrating its 16th 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!
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circumstance, but privacy and solitude is obtainable on the dunes and a precious component of a poet’s life. Harry Kemp had this one sign on his door. “Please do not disturb this property. There is nothing of any value here except solitude.” He meant it. That’s why he went back every time he could.
our committee, most of them artists and writers. The park has truly saved the Cape. There would be no Cape Cod as we know it, it would be impossible to live here.
Art Guide: I walk on those dunes and I am completely revitalized. If that land wasn’t preserved, I would not have a purpose here, personally. You were key figures in preserving that land.
Sal: Oh yes. My cousins in Italy couldn’t understand how I could be a painter and have a restaurant – it’s inconceivable in Europe. You do one thing or the other. But I said, in America, that’s one of our great opportunities and privileges, that we can earn a living doing something else, because you have to develop in order to sell your product. It takes time to do that. In Europe they’re more funded by the state and the city, you see. So we started this restaurant called “Ciro & Sal’s” but neither Ciro nor I were professional cooks. We were just rank amateurs, but we were sincere. What we put on the table, and what my mother and father would put on the table, or what his mother and father would put on the table, people
Sal: There were hundreds of house lots planned. Imagine if Ross Moffett and Josephine and I, plus many others, especially artists and writers, had not fought to save the Province Lands. What would we see today? A hotel, a heliport, a golf course- the works. Josephine: It took us two and a half years to save the Province Lands. If it hadn’t been for Ross Moffet we wouldn’t have saved them. I joined him, and we really became a team. Speaking of the artists, we had about seventy-five people on
Art Guide: Sal, you have to take me on a little detour down the road of the restaurant years.
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FINE ARTS WORK CENTER in Provincetown EXHIBITIONS
JUNE 10 - JULY 4
The Last artSTRANDING: From the Beginning
Visual Arts Faculty of the Summer Program
JULY 29 - AUGUST 22
Varujan Boghosian: Visual Poet
40th Annual Auction Preview Featured Artist – Varujan Boghosian
JUNE 12-AUGUST 26 90 week-long workshops in creative writing and visual arts
Nightly readings, artist talks, and open studios (Monday-Thursday)
The Art of Memory Alzheimer’s Support Group of Cape Beachcombers
SUMMER AWARDS CELEBRATION JULY 9 JAMES LECESNE & EILEEN MYLES
CELEBRATION OF POETIC VOICES AUGUST 7-12 RICHARD BLANCO, PATTY LARKIN & ROBERT PINSKY
40TH ANNUAL ART AUCTION AUGUST 20
VARUJAN BOGHOSIAN, FEATURED
F24 Pearl AW C.ORG Street | Provincetown, MA 02657 | 508.487.9960 VICKY TOMAYKO, July Aquarium (detail), 2015, monoprint with lithography, 11” x 13.5” Visual Arts Fellow 1985-1986 and 2016 Summer Workshop faculty member
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The Fine Arts Work Center is an equal opportunity provider and employer. The Work Center facilities are accessible to people with disabilities.
Year-round online writing program
Seven-month residences for emerging artists and writers
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 nearly 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. 5/6-6/26
Members' Juried: Spring
Nancy Ellen Craig: Looking Through Windows, Real and Imagined
6/3-7/31 Collection: Art of the Garden
Ray Elman and Norma Holt: The Outer Cape
Art Colony in Portrait
Context and Continuity: The Art of William Evaul and the White-Line Print Tradition
David Hilliard: Sum of Our Affections
Members' 12x12 Exhibition and Silent Auction
8/12-10/16 Views and Vignettes: The Work of Miriam Laufer 8/29-11/6 David Shainberg: A Life With Color, 1987-1993 9/2-9/17
9/23-11/6 Sidney Simon
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. 2016 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
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, 2016
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 LILLIAN ORLOWSKY AND WILLIAM FREED MUSEUM SCHOOL Provincetown Art Association and Museum 460 Commercial Street | 508.487.1750 | paam.org
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 6:30 pm and student open studios and readings Thursday at 4:30 pm. Throughout the academic year, online writing classes are available. 6/10-7/4 Exhibition: The Last artSTRANDING: From the Beginning. reception 6/10 6-8pm 7/9-24 Annual Summer Awards Celebration 6:30pm Honorees: James Lecesne and Eileen Myles Exhibition: Visual Arts Faculty reception (private) 7/9 6:30pm 7/29-8/22 Exhibition: Varujan Boghosian: Visual Poet Literature in Art, Constructions & Collage reception 7/29 6-8pm Celebration of Poetic Voices 8/7-13 8/7 Poet Keynote Richard Blanco 7pm 8/10 Concert Patty Larkin 8pm 8/12 Concert PoemJazz Robert Pinsky 8pm 40th Annual Art Auction Preview 5-7pm 8/20 40th Annual Art Auction 4:30pm
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 & 1 Depot Road, Truro 508.349.7511 | castlehill.org Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill has operated a successful summer art school for the past 45 years. Throughout the summer and now year round, Castle Hill offers a series of gallery exhibitions and special events by visiting artists that augments the studio classes. Offering art classes and workshops year-round.
Steamroller Printmaking Extravaganza 6/18 12-3pm 7/3
Summer Garden Party at Edgewood Farm 4-7pm
Artists’ Panel Discussion 7-9pm, Wellfleet
Pamet River Float & Cookout at
Preservation Hall Castle Hill 10am-1pm
Teaching the principles of light & color since 1899
The Cape School of Art P.O. Box 1365, Provincetown, MA 02657 email@example.com 508.413.9492
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TRURO CENTER FOR THE ARTS AT CASTLE HILL CONT. 7/18
Mark Bittman Dinner Pamet Yacht Club 6:30pm
Summer Bash Chandler Travis Philharmonic 6-9pm
Silent Art Auction at Castle Hill 5-9pm
Sandor Katz Lecture, Wellfleet Pres Hall
Bread & Puppet Theater Edgewood
Castle Hill Gala at Edgewood Farm 6-10pm
Paint the Race Schooner Regatta 12-3pm
Mark Doty Poetry Reading
6pm Free Farm 5-7pm
Edgewood Farm 6pm
CORTILE GALLERY CONT. Aug: “Transitions II” integration of new works Featured Salon Exhibit Works by Ric Ide rec 8/ 12 7-9pm
6th Annual Artists Invitational rec 9/2 7-9pm
9/16-10/13 Changing Seasons-I integration of new works 10/14-1/17 Changing Seasons-II integration of new works 11/18-12/26 Lighting Up the Holidays integration of new works 12/26-1/2, 2017 Off Season integration of new works
EGELI GALLERY 7/29-8/4 John Whorf rec 7/29 7-10pm 8/19-25
John Clayton rec 8/19 7-9pm
10/8 “Provincelands: Views from a Dune Shack” Artists Invitational rec 10/8 7-9pm
CORTILE GALLERY June: “Transitions to Summer I” integration of new works
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Featured Salon Exhibit Works by Tim Basil
10th Annual Grand Season Opening
Ering rec 6/ 17 6-8pm rec 7/8 7-10pm
7/29-8/8 Featured Salon Exhibit Works by Michele Usibelli rec 7/ 29 7-9pm
Openings (all Fridays & Saturdays 7-9pm) 5/6 ,7
Manuel Pardo (1952-2012) “My Mother’s Rose Garden”
5/27, 28 Cara DeAngelis “Dolls and Decay” 6/17, 18 Katy Bisby Recent paintings and drawings 7/1, 2
Maggie Simonelli Recent works in encaustic
Cuts & Color 508.487.4247 54 Bradford St. Provincetown
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OILS BY THE SEA / ROCCAPRIORE GALLERY
7/22, 23 Joe McCaffery Wood fired pottery
6/24-7/7 Jim Broussard new works rec 6/24 7-9pm
8/12, 13 Frank Malafronte Recent paintings
Christine Sullivan new works rec 7/8 7-9pm
Family Week “Youth Exhibit” Kaleigh Mason
Shirl Roccapriore new works rec 8/5 7-9pm Jim Broussard summer works rec 8/26 7-9pm Sally Brophy “Photography on Metal”
Michael Eade Recent works
9/23, 24 Ria Brodell “The Handsome & The Holy”
KILEY COURT GALLERY
& Sam Starobin - PAAM Benefit rec 7/29 6-8pm
Steve Kennedy: Recent Work rec 7/22 7-9pm
Joan Cobb Marsh: Recent Work rec 8/5 7-9pm
Robert Cardinal & Julian Cardinal
9/23-10/30 Group Show rec 9/23 6-9 pm
rec 8/19 7-9pm
KOBALT GALLERY 7/1-7
What’s new with you? Group Show rec 7/1 7-9pm
Live and in Color! Dave Laro rec 7/8 7-9pm
Motherboard Duncan Johnson rec 7/15 7-9pm
People, Places and Past Times Milenko Katic’ rec 7/22 7-9pm
American Dream Jon Davenport rec 7/29 7-9pm
8/5-8/11 Out of Hand Conny Hatch & Helen Shulman rec 8/5 7-9pm 8/12-8/18 Double Edged Ted Polomis & Dave Laro rec 8/12 7-9pm 8/19-8/25 Interesections Sean Flood & Duncan Johnson rec 8/19 7-9pm 8/26-9/1 In This Together Group Show rec 8/26 7-9pm 9/2-9/8
Great Blues Cherie Mittenthal & Guest: Del Filardi rec 9/2 7-9pm
OILS BY THE SEA / ROCCAPRIORE GALLERY 5/16-6/8 Group Show new works rec 5/16 7-9pm 6/10-22
rec 9/9 7-9pm
SIMIE MARYLES GALLERY Live painting demos. See our Artist Films on youtube.com - simiemaryles 7/1-7
Jane Rosenberg “New York Vignettes”
The Itty Bitty Mini Show
rec 7/8 7-10pm
Introducing Brendan Johnston
rec 7/15 7-10pm
Roxie Munro “An Uncommon Perspective”
Simie Maryles “A Passion for Paint”
Kurt Walters “Icons” rec 8/6 7-10pm
Patrick Byrnes “New Florals, Faces
John Brandon Sills “The Sun, The Moon
rec 7/1 7-10pm
rec 7/22 7-10pm rec 7/29 7-10pm
and Figures”rec 8/12 7-10pm and The Truth” rec 8/19 7-10pm
Anne Blair Brown “Into the Light” rec 8/26 7-10pm
George Crosby new works rec 6/10 7-9pm
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Sal’s Place, 1967 cw from left Fred Tasch, Edwin Dickinson, Sal Del Deo, Karl Knaths and Henry Hensche on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the 1st Modernist Exhibition at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Courtesy Josephine Del Deo. Continued from page, 83
loved it. We started out very modestly, just making Italian sandwiches, which later ended up with omelettes, because people would come from the bars. There’s always been a historic place in town for the late-hours people. We were very successful, and our partnership lasted until 1959 when I decided to try to make a living by doing odd jobs and selling paintings. However, in 1962, that idea proved unworkable, and so I started “Sal’s Place” at 99 Commercial St. in the west end of town.
Josephine: The four of us worked as a family. (Sal and Josephine, their son Romolo and daughter Giovanna.) Sal: When we had the restaurant, one day a week I used to hire a model. A half a dozen people would come and we’d all draw from the model. Then we rented the place across from the restaurant and we had a gallery there called Front Street Gallery, together with Dominic and Yvonne Falcone of the Sun Gallery. We showed art films there. We had Peter Schumann (founder of Bread & Puppet Theater) do his puppet shows there.
Art Guide: And you were able to manage your painting and the restaurant?
Art Guide: The reality is that Provincetown has changed since you’ve been here. It is a very expensive town to live in. I did want to ask you what you see and what you hope for.
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TAO GALLERY BARNSTABLE 7/2-29
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THE WILLIAM SCOTT GALLERY
Kate Ryan rec 8/5 7-9pm
Michael Costello rec 8/12 7-9pm
7/23-8/18 Li Wang Crossing
Chet Jones rec 8/19 7-9pm
7/30-8/31 Bao Lede Land and Sea
Sandra Jones Campbell rec 8/19 7-9pm
John Dowd “Summer Work” rec 9/2 7-9pm
Karen Krieger Ancient Atmosphere, Distant Mountain
THE WILLIAM SCOTT GALLERY 5/27-6/15 Summer Salon rec 5/27 7-9pm 7/1-6 John Dowd: “Night” rec 7/1 7-9pm 7/8-20 Edie Nadelhaft rec 7/8 7-9pm 7/22-8/3 Daphne Confar rec 7/22 7-9pm 7/22-8/3 Armando Pedroso rec 7/22 7-9pm
WOODMAN/SHIMKO GALLERY 7/1-21
Cassandra Complex rec 7/1 6-10pm
7/22-8/4 Adam O’Day rec 7/22 6-10pm 8/5-25
Shari Weschler Rubeck rec 8/5 6-10pm
8/26-9/8 Palm Springs To Provincetown: 3,000 Miles of Art. Showing the work of 6 Palm Springs artists. rec 8/26 6-10pm
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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.
The Maids By Jean Genet 6/10-7/10 Red, Hot and Blue Cabaret (100 Years of Cole Porter Remixed) 7/16, 23, 30 Souvenir - A Fantasia on the Life of Florence Foster Jenkins by Stephen Temperley 8/5, 6,7, 12, 13, 14 Joan Rivers Tribute Show "The Bitch Is Back" 8/19-21
Desire Under the Elms by Eugene O'Neill The Rocky Horror Show by Richard O’Brien Oct/Nov A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens December
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TENNESSEE WILLIAMS THEATER FESTIVAL September 22-25 | twptown.org | 866-789-TENN (8366)
11th Annual Tennessee Williams Festival Beyond Success: Tennessee Williams & Eugene O’Neill Four days of theater by local and visiting companies from Russia, South Africa, Texas, Philadelphia, New York. With plays by O’Neill: Desire Under the Elms, The Hairy Ape, Marco M illions, and Tango Christie (inspired by Anna Christie); and plays by Williams: In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel, Small Craft Warnings, Kirke Küche Kinder, and more! Full schedule, tickets, and additional events at twptown.org.
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The Full Monty 7/18-8/18 The Little Dog Laughed 6/20-7/7 Buyer and Cellar 8/22-9/4
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know baseball, the great baseball clubs have tremendous farm systems. That’s the spawning grounds of the future players in the major leagues. I came here in 1946. This town was loaded with hundreds of kids from all over the country studying painting. It was beautiful. Whether it was realism or abstraction or whatever, they were here to paint. They were the farm team. We were the farm team. You know, it was ten years before I ever showed a picture. Hensche always taught, you’re here to study, not to show. And he was right. Josephine: When Sal came here at seventeen, he was penniless. He was with his friends, Ciro and Charlie Cooper, and they rented a place for almost nothing, and they cooked their own meals. Sal: It would be difficult to do that now. Josephine: You’re never going to see what we saw here. Not even in altered terms. The law of economics may move this town into another phase. It’s become so precious. When I worked on the historic district, I didn’t think of it being precious. I thought about preserving some of the really fine old buildings, but now it’s all become very precious. Art Guide: Sal, you were instrumental in helping to create Cape Cod Tech and you both are founders of the Fine Arts Work Center whose intent was to give young artists an opportunity to work in this environment without financial restrictions. Do you see some other hopeful solutions for keeping this a vital community?
Josephine: I think the best solution that I’ve seen is the Center for Coastal Studies because that relates to the water. And I think we have to stay there because there’s a vast opportunity now. A lot of things can link to this. Laboratory work in this town should be reasonably successful because they’ve got everything out here to work with. I was kind of hoping that the Center eventually would get big enough that they could link up with Wood’s Hole Institute. Art Guide: What do you think you’ve left the next generation of artists and residents of this town?
Sal: I’ve left my son (noted sculptor Romolo Del Deo) and my grandchildren here. It’s up to them to carry it on. I think
Salvatore Del Deo, Low Tide, East End, 1990, oil on canvas, 20” x 24” Courtesy of Berta Walker Gallery.
my son will. But it’s always going to be more difficult to live here as I lived here. The bay is still there. It’s the same bay as we and our predecessors saw. The light is the same. The people, the cast is different. Josephine: It’s interesting, because in order to keep any kind of traction between this generation and what we had as the previous generation… there was a lot of continuous trajectory. It wasn’t the same, but it was built on the same value system. Now we live in a world where most of that value system is totally shattered for one reason or another. We cannot reform this town along the lines that we once had available to us. It has to be entirely different. There has to be an awareness of the planetary spectrum of which America is a part. We once had a special consensus and concentration here that gave us a beautiful flight into this space, but nobody is going to experience that again until we can restructure the collective conscience of the country with functional equanimity.
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6/15-19 Provincetown International Film Festival 6/23-26 Provincetown Portuguese Festival provincetownportuguesefestival.com 7/17 ASGCC Provincetown 5k Run/Walk ASGCC.org 7/17 PAAM Annual Secret Garden Tour paam.org 7/28 Great Provincetown Summer of 1916 exhibit event with guest curator Sam Tager & reading by actors of Eugene O'Neill plays. 6-9pm pilgrim-monument.org 7/25-31 5th Annual Whale Week to benefit the Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies. CenterForCoastalStudies.org 8/11-15 The 12th Annual Provincetown Jazz Festival ProvincetownJazzFestival.org 8/12 Poetry Week Concert: PoemJazz Robert Pinksy ptown.org parade 8/20 8/13-19 Carnival Week ptown.org 40th Annual Art Auction Fine Arts Work center 8/20 fawc.org 8/23 Fado at the Monument 7-9pm pilgrim-monument.org
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8/26 Bread and Puppet Theatre performance 5-7pm castlehill.org The Great Provincetown Schooner Regatta 9/5-8 ProvincetownSchoonerRace.com Castle Hill Paints the Town castlehill.org 9/7 Swim for Life & Paddler Flotilla swim4life.org 9/10 9/12-18 Afterglow Alternative Performance Arts Festival AfterGlow Festival.org Annual Consignment Auction paam.org 9/17 9/22-25 11th Annual Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival TWPtown.org 9/23-25
Pet Appreciation Weekend (PAW) CASAS CasasAnimalShelter.org 508-487-4243
10/1 Ballroom Dance Competition Town Hall BostonOpenDanceSport.com 10/2 Provincetown Dahlia Show facebook.com/groups/PtownDahlias 10/8
PAAM Benefit Gala paaam.org
10/28-11/1 Halloween Week in Provincetown BOO! 10/29-23 Provincetown Dance Festival castlehill.org 11/23
Lighting of the Monument 5-7pm Pilgrim-Monument.org
11/24-27 Thanksgiving Weekend Art & Craft Fairs! 11/24
11/26 Lighting of the Lobster Pot Tree Lopes Square ProvincetownView.com
Charles Webster Hawthorne (1872-1930)
Artist en Plein Air oil on canvas 20” x 24”
EGELI GALLERY Now accepting consignments of early Provincetown Impressionist masters. 382 Commercial Street 508.487.0044 egeligallery.com