Provincetown artists, art galleries


 A collaboration of over 30 art galleries in Provincetown working together to bring awareness that Provincetown galleries are operating in safe, efficient, and evolving ways during the current health crisis. Visit


“Anthropocene” is a show through June 30 featuring the paintings of Edie Vonnegut.  Anthropocene, the recently coined term for the current geological period of time we live in, speaks to the scale of human impact on Earth, as do Vonnegut’s provocative canvases in this pointed solo exhibition. At 366 Commercial St. in Provincetown. For info:


“Before 1620: Who Was Here?” exhibition by appointment at 266 Main St. Opens June 30, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays. Visit

"Goin' Mobile v2" by Matthias Lupri at Gallery 444


Boston oil painter Matthias Lupri June 23-July 13, featuring large inner landscapes,

seascapes, abstract portraits and archetypal paintings. Opening reception 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, June 25 at 444 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Visit


Virtual Exhibition: New Works by Kimberlee Alemian. Gallery at 15 Commercial Street in Wellfleet. For info:


Autumn Wallace, a Fine Arts Work Center Visual Arts Fellow 2019-2020, has a solo exhibition “How to Hug Yourself: 10 Steps (with Pictures),” based on a Wikihow article, through June 28. The solo exhibition is of Wallace’s paintings, sculptures, and a limited-edition artist book; also Dani ReStack through June 28. At 494 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Info: 

Farm stand drawings on recycled brown paper bags by artist Barbara Cohen, upcoming at Provincetown Commons


Artist Keith LeBlanc “Botanical Studies” through June 27; artists Thom Markee and Lenira Dos Reis July 1-11; artist Barbara Cohen July 1-27 with opening reception 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, July 3, painting, drawing and sculpture inspired by fresh produce. At 46 Bradford St. For info, visit

"If The Tide Obliges" by Terry Rafferty at Bowersock Gallery


“Respite And Relief” through June 29. Stemming from the intuitive knowledge that nature and the outdoors lift a person’s spirits, the gallery has front-loaded its 2021 season with images which evoke calm, and stories showcasing beauty which will set a sated mind wandering. Including landscape and wildlife artists Patricia Kaufman, Darlou Gams, Terry Rafferty, Gretchen Woodman, and Lauren Holmgren. At 373 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Info at

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