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    Art We Love – Lightning Strike
    February 20, 2023
    One of the great bonuses of being an artist is the ability to meet and interact with other artists. In these moments, the work they produce becomes more than an artifact, it becomes an extension of the times we’ve had together, the conversations, the laughs...
    Art We Love – More than Meets the Eye
    September 9, 2022
    Art We Love – More than Meets the Eye
    The first impression a piece of art makes when you walk into a gallery can be thrilling.  But sometimes what’s even more exciting is discovering that what you see up close is not at all what you thought you saw from afar. All of the pieces here had that...
    Art We Love – Never Out of Style
    August 20, 2022
    Art We Love Style
    This being the Fashion Issue, it’s worth noting that art can be a lot like clothing: in or out of vogue. There are fads and trends in art, and just like clothes some art can feel dated or deeply rooted in a particular time. But as with vintage Chanel and...
    Form Meets Function: Artist Jody Johnson
    August 12, 2022
    Espresso Lamp Jody Johnson
    In 2008, then-gallery owner Paul Wisotzky took one look at Jody Johnson’s quirky creations and said, “I want everything you make!” He wasn’t alone in his reaction; the popularity of Johnson’s work is on the rise. Her one-of-a-kind repurposing of...
    Art We Love & Why – I Am a Camera
    August 1, 2022
    Jennifer Pritchard, Stay Here Provincetown
    When photography first came along, many artists turned up their noses and asked, where’s the “art” in a photograph? Of course, over time photography came to be as respected as painting or sculpture. And the range of expression in photography over the...
    Art We Love & Why Provincetown- Landscape
    July 11, 2022
    Terry Boutelle, Opening (acrylic on canvas, 20” x 30”), AMP
    Art We Love – The Lay of the Land For some people, “landscape painting” may conjure up an old-fashioned, sedate art form – something to put over the sofa. But every artist sees the world around us through a unique lens, and the landscapes here are...
    Art We Love & Why: Living Legends
    June 25, 2022
    Paul Resika
    In Japan, the artists featured here would be formally recognized as “Living Treasures.” Each of them has had a long and celebrated career spanning generations. And each of them continues to make work, not to burnish their reputations but because it is the...
    Christopher Castellani
    June 25, 2022
    Christopher Castellani Provincetown
    It was a dusty biography of Tennessee Williams, full of rumors and gossip, that inspired Christopher Castellani to write Leading Men, a novel as deeply entangled with Provincetown as with the life of Tennessee Williams himself. Castellani, 49, is the author...