http://rezwilliams.com/pdf/MVMJuly2011RezWilliams.pdf Hooked on the Fishing Fleet Painter Rez Williams of West Tisbury has been creating a distinctive and deeply personal chronicle of New Bedford’s iconic fishing boats for nearly fifteen years, and his enthusiasm for them shows no signs of diminishing. BY JIM MILLER • PHOTOGRAPHY BY GARY MIRANDO
http://www.mvmagazine.com/article.php?32855 Winter Walks Martha's Vineyard Magazine • Not Summer 2011-2012 With their austere off-season beauty, the Island’s wild places are a natural draw. This time of year many conservation groups offer education about the terrain, flora, and fauna – as well as entry to some private lands. BY SHELLEY CHRISTIANSEN • PHOTOGRAPHY BY GARY MIRANDO
http://www.mvmagazine.com/article.php?47040 Fields of Color In her pastoral up-Island studio, artist Marie-Louise Rouff explores the interplay of imagination and reality in her abstract paintings.
http://www.mvmagazine.com/article.php?47242 The Art of Decoys Vintage hand-carved ducks appeal to hunters and folk art collectors alike.
http://www.mvmagazine.com/news/2013/12/01/art-healing The Art of Healing Martha’s Vineyard Hospital assembles a remarkable public art collection.- See more at: http://www.mvmagazine.com/news/2013/12/01/art-healing#sthash.bVkLkyil.dpuf
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http://marlboroughgallery.com/news/peter-sacks-new-works • Peter Sacks: New Works - Digital Catalog • Apr 05 2017 - May 06 2017 • Press ReleaseThe Directors of Marlborough Gallery are pleased to announce the first solo exhibition at the gallery of works by South African-born, U.S.-based painter Peter Sacks. The exhibition will include over 14 recent paintings as well as collage works on paper. The artist’s approach to painting includes utilizing the most intimate material residues of life —textiles, texts, and traces of objects—all transformed into active fields of energy, empathy and history. Each work by Sacks is a striking accretion of material, meaning, and emotion.