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whose art captures a a a a a a a a a a sense light that is hard to describe utilizing an an an ethereal abstract style and and old world methods of veiling and and burnishing with various mediums Her subjects include rural barns meadows and and and pastures marshes and and and moors sea- scapes of Nantucket and and and the Eastern coastline On Bank Street Street Street which runs down from Main Street Street Street to Commercial Street Street Street – – a a a a a a lovely walk!
– – you’ll find the Blue Heron Gallery which represents many established artists The roster includes John D Neubauer whose luminous oil paintings paintings are are stunningly beautiful W Charles Nowell whose whose oil paintings paintings are are distinctive and and Steven Graber whose whose charcoal and and and watercolor canvases could be be black and and white photographs Down on on Commercial Street is the Cove Gal- lery which also has a a a a a a a a a a a a location in in Orleans and represents a a a a a a a a a a a a a a virtual who’s who who in in art today from noted illustrator Tomie de Paola to to to mixed media artist Alfred Glover Farther down close to to the the harbor stop in in at Harmon Gallery where you’ll find works by more than 20 contemporary artists many of them unusual in in in in style We are partial to to the magi- cal-realist paintings of gallery proprietor Vincent Amicosante a a a a a a a a a Copley artist whose work has been exhibited throughout the United States Provincetown’s East End
There are galleries sprinkled throughout this funky eclectic and very artsy Cape-tip town town but many of of them are clustered in the the east end of of town town Do not attempt to to drive down down Commercial Street which is the the main street here instead head down down Bradford Street and look for for one of the the parking lots Good walking shoes are are a a a a a a a a a a a a must here here Here again make a a a a a a a a a a a day of it There are are so many galleries in in in in in Provincetown even just in in in in in the the east end that you you will not see them all all in in in in in a a a a a a a a day – but you you can have fun trying!
While there are far too many galleries to to to begin to to to name some of the the the the the highlights include the the the the the School- house Gallery Gallery Gallery the the the the the Berta Walker Gallery Gallery Gallery the the the the the Julie Heller Gallery Gallery Gallery Gallery and the the the Albert Merola Gal- lery lery lery lery The Simie Maryles Gallery Gallery Gallery has fascinating creations and the Rice Polak Gallery Gallery Gallery specializes in edgy works works The Packard Packard Gallery Gallery displays works works by two generations of Packards: Anne Cynthia and Leslie each talented in in her own own right Also in in in this end of town town is is the century-old and highly esteemed Provincetown Art Association and Museum whose galleries are always worth a a a a a a a a look Here you will get a a a a a a a a a a a a sense of of the history of of Provincetown as an an an an an art art colony and and an an an an an understand- ing ing of why there are so many thriving art art galleries in in in in this one one little – – and yet in in in in one one sense very big – – Cape Cod town n n n n After 10 successful years we will be be closing for good on September 30th To celebrate our incredible artisans have discounted their creations from 10 to 75%
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