GALLERIES, MUSEUMS & ARTIST STUDIOS
The 2019/20 Provincetown Gallery Guide
Angela Alés, Monologue 4, 20 x 20 Inches
373 Commercial Street, Provincetown | 508-487-4994
Representing regional and nationally known artists across New England.
With artists who are members of The Guild of Boston Artists, Copley
Society of Art and National Sculpture Society. Featuring fine art
highlighted for both the contemporary, modern, abstract and classic
collector. Works on display include: portrait, landscape, still life, figurative,
sculpture, nude, realism and encaustic works in a wide range of styles.
Celebrating 15 Years.
Clark Gallery at Gallery 444
444 Commercial Street, Provincetown June 26-Aug 14 | 617-386-6115 |
email@example.com | www.clarkgallery.com
Clark Gallery exhibits contemporary art in all media by emerging, midcareer
and established artists from the Northeast and nationally. The
gallery’s exhibition programs reflect a broad range of twentieth century
ideas appealing to collectors and institutions with diverse interests.
Work also available by artists: James Aponovich, Linda Connor, Holly
Farrell, Warner Friedman, Andrew Haines, Rich Harrington, Barbara
Kassel, Tim Liddy, Linda Pochesci, Catherine McCarthy, Janice Redman,
Janet Rickus, Amy Weiskopf, Ann Weber, Sati Zech and more...
Weekly receptions Friday nights.
Janet Rickus, Roselawn, oil on canvas,, 11 x 17 inches
115 Bradford Street, Provincetown | 323-513-3161
firstname.lastname@example.org | Wed -Sun 12-6, later on Fridays & Mon & Tues
by appointment www.cuspgallery.com
“The Next Level. A Fine Art gallery featuring the works of three full time
artists; Curtis Speer - Fine Art Photography, Brandon Reese - Ceramics,
and Ken Sloan - Mixed Media. The two story gallery is located in the
heart of Provincetown across from Town Hall. Exhibition schedules are
found online at www.cuspgallery.com
Bear Week Julu 13-21: Mixed Media by Ken Sloan | Anniversary Aug 2
coinciding with artist and owner’s birthday Debut work by Curtis Speer
Aug 7-Sept 1, one-of-a-kind fine art photographs that were shown at
the new Center for the Arts in Crested Butte, CO this summer. Each
piece incorporates 24 karat gold layered atop pigment prints on cotton.
The narrative behind the body of work - “If Nothing Ever Changed”
Curtis Speer, “Old Camera and Self Portrait”
230 Commercial Street, Provincetown | 508-487-4200
email@example.com | cortilegallery.com
Monthly rotations of diverse and dynamic collections of contemporary
artworks by over 25 local, regional and national artists. Collections span
abstract to realism, 2-dimensional to 3-dimensional works including oils,
acrylics, original prints, glass, bronze, ceramic and jewelry | “The Shape
of Color,” Artistic Paring: Ann Parks McCray & Nan Hass Feldman, July
9-18, reception July 12, 7-9pm | “Of Sky & Sea: Artistic Pairing,” Susan
Haas & Joshua Dean Wiley, Aug 13-26, reception Aug 16, 7-9pm | “9th
Annual Art Tour of America Artists Invitational,” Aug 28-Sept 13, reception
Aug 30, 7-9pm | “Squared,” 12 x 12 exhibit, Oct 15-22 | “Gifting Art:
Small Works,” Winter Salon, Nov 15-Jan 2, 2020