PTOWN GALLERY STROLL
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 https://www.ptowngallerystroll.com
“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: www.kobaltgallery.com
WELLFLEET HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND MUSEUM
“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 http://www.wellfleethistoricalsociety.org/
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 https://www.gallery444ptown.com/
Virtual Exhibition: New Works by Kimberlee Alemian. Gallery at 15 Commercial Street in Wellfleet. For info: http://www.covegallery.com/
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: http://www.gaa-gallery.com/
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 https://www.provincetowncommons.org/
“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 www.bowersockgallery.com
KILEY COURT GALLERY
THE BAKKER PROJECT
“By the Sea” exhibition through July 5. “Who isn’t drawn to the sea? It permeates all the creative arts from literature to art to theater. Bakker Gallery’s first show of the season combines art and poetry. Images of the sea, life by the sea, life in the sea captured on canvas and in words. Also, Jim Bakker’s Cyanotypes through July 5; from flowers, Provincetown scenes, and even a martini, Bakker captures life in town in that unmistakable cyanotype blue. At 359 Commercial Street in Provincetown. For information, visit www.bakkerproject.com or 508-413-9758.
From June 25 through July 21 is Susan Bernstein: The Space Between; Phyllis Ewen: Sonata; Philip Gerstein: Sometimes There is Bliss; Amy Solomon: The Scroll Project: Earth Beat; Judith Trepp: Active Presence. Opening reception from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. June 25. At 432 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Visit ht
The Alden Gallery will present a three-person show of new work by Robert Glisson, Linda Reedy, and Anne Salas, opening on Friday, June 25, at 423 Commercial St. in Provincetown. There will be no opening reception. The show will be on view through July 8. Visit https://www.aldengallery.com/
FOUR ELEVEN GALLERY
“I Did It All With Adoration: New Paintings by Pete Hocking” exhibition opens Friday, June 25, and runs through July 8. It’s Hocking’s ninth summer show with the gallery. A opening reception with the artist will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, June 25. In addition to the show, Hocking’s artworks will be available to view and purchase online. The gallery is at 411 Commercial St. in Provincetown. See work at https://www.fourelevengallery.com/ On Facebook and Instagram.
SIMIE MARYLES GALLERY
Representing traditional art with a contemporary point of view at 435 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Info https://www.simiemaryles.com/
Opening June 25 is the “Held Together” exhibition by artist Pablo Manga. Artist reception from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, June 26, at 355 Main St. in Wellfleet. Call 617-650-9800 for info.
ALBERT MEROLA GALLERY
“In and Out and Round and Round” exhibition through June 30. The gallery is at 424 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Contact info: 508-487-4424 and [email protected] Visit http://www.albertmerolagallery.com/
OFF MAIN GALLERY
Off Main Gallery is offering three artists’ perceptions of the natural world: Barbara Gordon, Matthew McFeely, and Abraham Storer. From Saturday, July 3 through Thursday, July 23. Opening reception 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, July 3. All working in different styles and moods, these three together, have much to say and show about the natural world around us. Visit https://www.offmaingallery.com/
Artist owned, featuring the work of Peg Reynolds. Located in the West End at 174 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Specializing in landscapes/seascapes/beachscapes. June hours vary but always available for appointments. Call 617-314-2365. Visit: https://PegReynolds.com/
FREDERICK STUDIO PROVINCETOWN
“In The Garden” exhibition by artist James Frederick, through June 27. Using a combination of painting and illustrative styles, depicting plants, flowers & insects. At 237 Commercial St. Visit https://www.frederickstudioprovincetown.com/.
ADAM PECK GALLERY
BERTA WALKER GALLERY
Opening reception 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 26. Exhibition June 26 through July 17. “Trio: Poetry, Photography, Geometry” with G.W. Mercure, Grace Hopkins and Budd Hopkins; Donald Beal, mixed media monoprints, and Rob Dutoit, works on paper. Through June 26 is Joe Diggs, “Soul Scapes recent paintings.” The gallery is at 208 Bradford St. in Provincetown. Info: https://www.bertawalkergallery.com/
TRURO CENTER FOR THE ARTS AT CASTLE HILL
From June 29 to July 9 is “Virtual Push/Pull: Shabott + Barrett + Students” with opening reception from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, July 1, at Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill at 10 Meetinghouse Road in Truro. The reception is free and open to the public. For info, visit https://www.castlehill.org/
WELLFLEET PRESERVATION HALL
“Below the Surface,” a revealing portrait of Wellfleet’s pond, underwater photographs by Richard Silberman, through July 15.
Artist reception from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, July 9. Artwork may be enjoyed in person or virtually at wellfleetpreservationhall.org.
Mark Adams, Jen Bradley, LAUNCH F18 Selects and Mike Sullivan through June 30. An exhibition of new work, featuring individual projects. The gallery is at 494 Commercial St. For information, visit https://galleryschoolhouse.com/
RICE POLAK GALLERY
Group show, all gallery artists, through July 7. The gallery is at 430 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Visit https://ricepolakgallery.com/
PROVINCETOWN ART ASSOCIATION AND MUSEUM
Opening June 25 is “Hawthorne, Hofmann, And Hopper—Preserving A Legacy,” through Aug. 27, “Pulling from the permanent collection of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, this exhibition highlights Charles Hawthorne and Hans Hofmann as artists and teachers by juxtaposing examples of their work with that of some of their students. Work by Edward Hopper will also be showcased, but Hopper will be displayed more of an influence on other artists than a teacher”; current exhibitions include “Bunny Pearlman, The Last Leopard – Avoiding Extinction,” through June 27; “The Napi and Helen Van Dereck Collection: Part III” through July 25; “Art of the Garden: Double Bloom, Rebecca Hutchinson & Joan Snyder,” through July 18; Members’ Juried: Provincetown 400 (at Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum at 1 High Pole Hill Road) through Dec. 31. To visit the museum at 460 Commercial St., see https://www.paam.org/
PILGRIM MONUMENT AND PROVINCETOWN MUSEUM
Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Mondays at 1 High Pole Hill Road. Members’ Juried: Provincetown 400 (with Provincetown Art Association and Museum) through Dec. 21. Visit the museum’s Wampanoag exhibition in-person or virtually at https://www.pilgrim-monument.org/wampanoag-exhibit/
Through July 5 is “De Otra Epoca (Of Another Era)” with Darwin Estacio Martinez, Dairan Fernandez and Rudy Rubio. At 357 Commercial St. in Provincetown. For info, visit www.lagaleriacubana.com
At 44 Main St. in Orleans, featuring “6 Photographers / Exhibit 1” including Angela C. Brown of Provincetown; Marnie Crawford Samuelson of Wellfleet; and Vivien Goldman of Eastham. Through early August. Opening reception is from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, July 2. With Cape Cod Photo Collaborative.
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