Fine Art and Photography – Oils, Watercolors, Acrylics, Artprints

We are open daily from 10.00am to 5:00pm – Sundays 11am to 3pm

PLEASE click on Artist’s name  when “underlined”  to view collection.

Adriana Eftimie – originals

Jean McCabe – Original size 45×15 “In Flight”

Uta Kloss – Aquinnah Cliffs – matted size 16×20,  8×10, 11×14.

Mary O’Neill – Original Art- size 5×7

Rose Gates

James Maddocks – Lithograph – available this week- size 24×17.

Teresa Yuan, Chilmark – original painting

Jeremiah Gill – Aquinnah Cliffs


Shenandoah and Lucy Vincent Beach

Boston skyline

Glenn Sauder Photography: Martha’s Vineyard and Boston Images

Uta Kloss Photography – Sailing the Sound – Vineyard Haven

Marthas Vineyard Map - 3d

Marthas Vineyard Maps

Dana Gaines, Topographical Map "Martha's Vineyard"

       Martha’s Vineyard Wooden Chart   Maps  

Uta Kloss (photography) Lucy Vincent Beach

Jodie Apeseche  (giclees ) Popovar

Originals – Acrylics – Oils -Watercolors – Gyotaku

Rowenna Anderson, Jodie Apeseche, BELLAAdriana Eftimie,    ROSE GATES, Jeremiah Gill,Hugh HunsingerJean McCabe,   Jeffrey H. Peacock (gyotaku),  Raymond V. Prosser,  Teresa Yuan. 

New originals: Mary O’Neill Baker

Etchings/Pen and Ink: Fran Morey, Ashley Chase. 

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Existing artists and photographers, please review agreement at this time. 

Attention ARTISTS: Contact Island Art Gallery if you are interested in showing your artwork on Martha’s Vineyard.  PLEASE EMAIL OR CALL to make an appointment. View contract by clicking  Here

Come see us at 66 Main Street in Vineyard Haven on the Island of Martha’s Vineyard (Massachusetts) for all your home/office  decoration needs.  508-693-3948 Picture framing made easy – any framing selection can be designed to your personal taste and previewed on our flat screen monitor and/or e-mailed.

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SUNDAYS:  11 am to 3pm

Aquinnah-Gayhead Lighthouse

AQUINNAH – Many year-round residents are descendants of the Wampanoag Indians who showed the colonial settlers how to kill whales, plant corn, and find clay for the early brickyards. Much later, these Aquinnah Indians were in great demand as boatsteerers in the whaling fleets.
The brilliant colors of the mile-long expanse of the Aquinnah Cliffs astonished early explorers and have continued to be a source of interest to scientists and visitors alike. One of the first revolving Lighthouses was erected atop the Cliffs in 1799.

Adriana Eftimie – original

Rowenna, Gay Head Lighthouse – original Oil

James Maddocks, Gay Head Lighthouse

Signed and numbered lithograph size 24×15.5

Uta Kloss  Photography

Jean McCabe original painting on woodpanel

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