Category: ART

Berta Walker Gallery Wellfleet

The motto, “Presenting the History of American Art as Seen Through the Eyes of Provincetown”, has guided the highly regarded Berta Walker Gallery for almost 30 years in documenting the impressive role artists’ of the 125-year-old Provincetown Art Colony, including the Towns of Truro and Wellfleet, have played in major movements in American art. (Andre Van Der Wende, Cape Cod Times) The Berta Walker Galleries in Provincetown and Wellfleet are the best galleries in which to see examples from the earliest 1900’s art to the most recent works — a virtual who’s who of artists associated with America oldest, largest, ongoing art colony. Berta Walker Gallery has received acclaim and awards both locally and nationally for the breadth of art and the excellence of how the individual works are presented. The gallery offers a substantial selection of painting, drawing and sculpture representing masters of the past and present — and, as always, new talent.
40 Main Street, Wellfleet, MA, 02667
774 383-3161
Real Mermaids Don’t Wear Toe Rings was crreated in 2012. I am located on MacMillan Pier Art Shack 3B. My jewelry and broken glass art paintings are timeless, unique and handcrafted in my coastal art studio by the sea. I am inspired by the beauty of the ocean that aurrounds me everyday. Our shop is seasonal running from May 1-Nov 1 Hours are from 10:30-7pm. Many nights during high season I am there until 9pm. MacMillan Pier provides a lively and busy avenue of hustling & bustling activities and shops. Ferries, charter boats, whale watches and pleasure boats bring an amazing amount of people to our little town. People from all over the world from as far as Mozambique Africa have purchased jewelry in my shop. It is magical that this tiny spit of land brings such a multicultural environment of tourists. My name is Ginny Ross and I am more than grateful for this spectacular and fulfilling work experience.
MacMillan Pier Art Shack 3B, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-9500, 800 942-5388
In 2013, the Provincetown Film Society purchase and renovated the 70-seat Whaler’s Wharf Cinema now the Waters Edge Cinema (WE). Upgrades include state of the art HD Digital video and sound in our two screening rooms to offer first run animation, documentary, foreign language and short films. Our annual offerings include first run independent and art house films, mini-film festivals, guest programming selections, including screening opportunities for filmmakers, students and a venue for parties, lectures, book signings and more. Contact us to rent the space, advertise on screen or to become a member.
237 Commercial Street, 3th Floor inside Whaler’s Wharf, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-FILM (3456)
Expedition Whyday Pirate Museum, located on historic MacMillan Wharf, displays artifact and treasure recovered from the only authenticated pirate ship which wrecked off Wellfleet in 1717. The Whydah Galley, captained by Sam Bellamy, was discovered by internationally-known underwater explorer Barry Clifford and his dive team over thirty hears ago – you may have see its story portrayed on National Geographic. Docked next to the museum is the RV Vast Explorer, the expedition’s research vessel which brings in weaponry, canons, gold dust and coins every summer. Museum and story hours: daily 10-5. Group rates for 10 or more. New this year: grab-and-go-style café, open daily at 8:30am. Baked goods, coffee, fresh salads, sandwiches, ice cream.
16 MacMillan Pier, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-8899

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The museum is located right next to the Highland Light. The building was once a summer resort hotel which was built in 1907. We have exhibits that highlight Truro and the Lower Cape’s history including Shipwrecks and Native Americans. We offer many free events throughout the summer which includes our Wednesday evening talks and concerts. Open June to September, Monday to Saturday: 10am to 4:30pm. You can learn more from our website www.trurohistoricalsociety.org.
6 Highland Light Road North Truro, MA 02652
508 487-3397
Susan Davies specializes in custom hand painted tile murals and tile accents for your home. Porcelain and ceramic tiles are painted and fired in her kiln. Stone tiles are painted then sealed. The Sandwich artist incorporates personal touches from each client’s wish list into their tile design. Landscapes, maritime themes, and custom creations are a few possibilities for your home. Susan’s tile murals are installed as tile backsplashes kitchens throughout the region, bringing local or favorite scenes into the home.
23 Newtown Road, Sandwich, MA, 02563
774 238-3980

Bowersock Gallery

The Bowersock Gallery was established in 2004 as a venue to encourage and explore a deeper interest and enjoyment for contemporary, modern, abstract and classical works of art. We are dedicated to being one of the foremost art galleries in New England. In 2011 we opened our second location in Mount Dora Florida. Our passion is to serve our clients along with a commitment to foster an environment where inspiration can flourish. Genres include portrait, figure, landscape, still life, sculpture, realism and encaustic works, in diversified forms of visual expression.
We currently represent thirty established New England artists as well as emerging new artists, regionally and nationally recognized, many with memberships in the Guild of Boston Artists, Copley Art Society, the National Sculpture Society and the Pastel Society of America.
Our goal is to further on going education that informs, engages and enlivens the individual art collector and art community, through innovative art installations, openings, exhibitions and home staging. The Bowersock Gallery’s openness and willingness to evolve and change is paramount to all of our art endeavors.
373 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-4994
One of Cape Cod’s leading presenters of music, circus, and theatre with a diverse mix of exciting entertainment with strong educational and social values. The summer music tent is located at Highlands Center, North Truro, and in the shoulder seasons Payomet presents at various venues throughout the Cape.
29 Old Dewline Road, North Truro MA, 02652
508 349-2424
Twenty Summers is a nonprofit arts organization in Provincetown, founded to foster public engagement with art and artists and to honor the legacy of art in Provincetown. From mid-May to mid-June each year, Twenty Summers hosts a month-long series open to the public, featuring concerts and conversations and more, in the restored historic Hawthorne Barn. During this time the barn also becomes home to weekly artists in residence who use the barn’s space as it was originally intended — to create art.
The Hawthorne Barn, 29 Miller Hill Road, P.O. Box 864, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 812-0278

White Porch Gallery

Our Provincetown art gallery is located at the White Porch Inn Art Hotel, in the heart of P’town at the beginning of the gallery district on Johnson Street, just off Commercial Street. In(n) Art is the ever changing installation of contemporary and traditional art that is on display at the White Porch Inn Art Hotel and features artists from all around the world ranging from Gemany, China, Australia, and of course Cape Cod. Come check out what is In(n) Art at the White Porch Inn Art Hotel & Gallery.
7 Johnson Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 364-2549
Appraisal and Auction Services Fine Arts Gallery.
180 Bradford Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-9081

Richard Pepitone

Artist – Sculptor, Mixed media, ceramics, copper, Steel, drawings, Graphite on paper, writer, Polyster resin, collage, stained glass, Enhanced found objects. Blog on website.
Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-1285
David Flower Productions (DFP) is an award-winning production company delivering quality events since 2001. We have pleased clients across a wide geographical area with a range of events such as promotions for major record labels, large scale parties for the gay community, and fund-raisers for cultural institutions. You might have seen us on the beach in Miami, at Gay Pride in Providence, at the Municipal Airport Hangar in Provincetown, or at the Boston Opera House. Our projects have included prop and float construction, costume and lighting design, music and DJ services, and event management. We have also developed and marketed new enterprises, with services ranging from business concepts to graphic design and advertising support.
9 Nelson Avenue, Provincetown, MA, 02657
Commercial and artistic woodcarving. Commercial and residential. Hand painted and hand carved signs. 4A MacMillan Pier (seasonal).
463 Long Pond Drive, Harwich, MA, 02645
508 237-9404
Wellfleet Preservation Hall is the newest year round community Cultural Center in the heart of Wellfleet. A fabulous venue for classes, workshops, performances, weddings, celebrations and meetings.
335 Main Street, Wellfleet, MA 02667
508 349-1800

Pet Portraits & Seascapes

Provincetown artist Brenda Silva is a working artist represented by Cortile Gallery and she can be seen working at the Cortile Gallery Studio at 193 Commercial Street.
P.O. Box 1692, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-1173
The Cape School of Art has a unique purpose: to educate the artist in the perception and use of color and light in representational painting. Through workshops, classes, and lectures we work to inform a new generation of artists, patrons, Provincetown residents and visitors about the teaching and enduring influence of American Impressionist Henry Hensche and his mentor Charles W. Hawthorne, founder of Provincetown’s historic art colony and the original Cape Cod School. Check our website for exciting class offerings for Summer 2014. All instructors are trained in the traditional Impressionist way of teaching as taught by Henry Hensche.
207 Route 6, P.O. Box 1365, Provincetown, MA, 02657
617 717-9568

Provincetown Artist Registry

Directory of Provincetown Artists

Provincetown Artist Registry is a directory of artists, past and present, working in Provincetown and on Outer Cape with purpose to promote the Provincetown art community to the world.
P.O. Box 675, N. Truro, MA 02652
508 487-0011
The Provincetown Film Society (PFS) is a year-round non-profit dedicated to continuing the founding mission of the Provincetown Art Colony – to provide a welcoming, nurturing and inspiring environment for boundless and authentic creative exploration – in film. From the time it was founded in 1998 the Society has been committed to serving its communities who are often outside of the mainstream, in the margins, or otherwise underserved – but have a voice critical to the evolution of artistic expression. It has also been dedicated to the celebration of Provincetown – an American treasure nestled amongst spectacular National Seashore beaches, and a shining example of diversity and inclusion.

Through the Provincetown International Film Festival Festival, Waters Edge Cinema (located in Whaler’s Wharf), Gabrielle A. Hanna Institute for film & media residencies and conferences the Society endeavors to provide year-round programming and support to aspiring, up-and-coming and established filmmakers, and to connect them with curious and engaged audiences globally.

237 Commercial Street, 5th Floor, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-FILM (3456)

Truro Center for the Art at Castle Hill

A summer art school for 41 years offering year round classes with a faculty of prominent artists in the fields of painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and writing. Students are
both working artists and art students from all over the US & Canada. In summer Castle Hill offers a series of humanities lectures, gallery exhibits and special events.
P.O. Box 756, 10 Meetinghouse Road, Truro, MA, 02666
508 349-7511

Cortile Gallery

Located in the center of town, Cortile Gallery offers a diverse collection of contemporary fine art incuding glass, paintings, original prints, sculpture and jewelry from over 30 local & regional master and emerging artists.
230 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-4200
The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown is an internationally renowned, nonprofit arts organization dedicated to providing a supportive environment and work and study space to emerging artists and writers. It offers 7 month residency fellowships; an open-enrollment summer workshop program in visual arts and creative writing; a free year-round series of readings, art talks and gallery exhibits open to the public; and other community programs in the arts and art education.
24 Pearl Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-9960
Building on the legacy of Tennessee Williams, Susan Glaspell and Eugene O’Neill the Provincetown Theater is forging its own identity by promoting and sustaining the performing arts on the Outer Cape. Our state-of-the-art facility is active year-round, hosting or producing community based and professional theater, theater arts classes and a children’s theater program. The Provincetown Theater has distinguished itself through collaboration with other arts organizations and its dedication to new works and local artists.
238 Bradford Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-7487
Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum commemorates the first landfall of the Mayflower Pilgrims in Provincetown in 1620 where wrote and signed the Mayflower Compact. Visitors can climb the 252-foot monument for the most spectacular view on Cape Cod. The Museum provides visitors with a compelling presentation of Provincetown’s rich cultural heritage and special exhibitions and programs.
1 High Pole Hill Road, Provincetown, MA, 02657-1406
508 487-1310
The objects and purposes of this association shall be to promote and cultivate the practice and appreciation of all branches of the fine arts, to assemble and maintain in the town of Provincetown and environs a collection of works of art of merit, to hold exhibitions, and by forums, concerts and similar activities to promote education of the public in the arts and social intercourse between artists and laymen. To these ends it shall operate strictly within its charter as a nonprofit, educational, artistic and cultural organization.
460 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-1750

Cape Cod Light

In Truro, Massachusetts, on a bluff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Highland Light was the first lighthouse on Cape Cod. Erected in 1797, Highland Light, also known as Cape Cod Light, has warned seafarers for over 200 years of the treacherous coastline along outer Cape Cod. Highland Light offers tours of the Lighthouse tower, exhibits and Keeper’s Shop. The Keeper’s shop carries a selection of gifts, postcards, books and apparel so you can remember your visit to Cape Cod’s first Lighthouse. TOWER CLIMBS: Please note: There is a 48” height restriction to climb the tower. The Lighthouse and Keeper’s Shop are open from Mid-April until the end of October. Please check the website for open times. www.highlandlighthouse.org
27 Highland Light Road, North Truro, MA, 02652
508 487-1121

Campus Provincetown

80 courses: arts, environment, sea related sciences (several accredited)
P.O. Box 847, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-6950

Berta Walker Gallery Provincetown

Presenting the history of American Art as seen through the eyes of Provincetown. The gallery represents Donald Beal, Varujan Boghosian Salvadore Del Deo, Elspeth Haversen, Robert Henry, Brenda Horowitz, Penelope Jencks, John Kearney, Anne MacAdam, Erna Partoll, Sky Power, Blair Resika, Paul Resika, Selina Trieff and Peter Watts. The gallery also offers work by Early Provincetown Art masters.
208 Bradford Street, Provincetown, MA, 02657
508 487-6411