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Premier glass artist at Sandwich Glass Museum

Premier glass artist at Sandwich Glass Museum

At the Sandwich Glass Museum, the exhibit Roger Gandelman, Return to the Age of Excellence will be on display through June 28. Gandelman, who specializes in perfume bottles, is a premier American glass artist, and has devoted his artistic efforts into making these objects. While small in scale, each vessel makes a grand statement. The museum is located at 129 Main Street, Sandwich. For more information, visit or call 508-888-0251.

Paletteworks exhibit at Cooke’s Seafood in Orleans

Through October 20, visit Cooke’s Seafood at 1 South Orleans Road, Orleans to view a presentation by Paletteworks titled Sculpting in Oil Paint, which features palette knife paintings by Cape Cod artist Stephen Roth. Paintings include Cape-scapes and iconic Cape Cod flowers. For more information, visit

The Artist Cottages at Orleans Market Square

Applications are now being accepted for artists and artisans interested in participating in the “Shoulder Season Weekend Cottages,” which run every weekend in June and Labor Day weekend. High quality works that are handmade or handcrafted by local Cape Cod artists are featured in the cottages. Applications should be submitted as soon as possible, with artists being juried and selected on a rolling basis. The fee is $65. For details and an application, contact Debra Oakes at For more information about the Artist Cottages, visit

Eastham’s “Hands On the Arts Festival”

Eastham will hold its 17th annual “Hands On the Arts Festival” on June 20 and 21. The festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will be held rain or shine. Arts and crafts vendors working in mediums such as jewelry, pottery, watercolor, stained glass, weaving and more, will show their work and guests will have a chance to purchase work from the artists directly. Entertainment and children’s activities are also offered at the festival. For more information, visit

Wyeth family exhibit at Heritage Museums & Gardens

Heritage Museums & Gardens, located in Sandwich,will host an exciting special exhibit, The Wyeths: America Reflected, from June 6 to September 27. The exhibit showcases works by all three artists in the Wyeth family, N.C., Andrew, and Jamie Wyeth—three generations of exceptional American painters. N.C. Wyeth’s 16 oil paintings from “Poems of American Patriotism,” Andrew Wyeth’s iconic American landscapes, and images by Jamie Wyeth that examine human’s preoccupation with mystery and mortality will all be displayed in the Special Exhibitions Gallery at Heritage. 45 paintings and works of art on paper from private and museum collections will  be featured. For more information, visit or call 508 888-3300.

“The Fine White Line” exhibit at Provincetown Museum

“The Fine White Line: Faces Behind the Prints,” a new exhibit for the 2015 season at the Provincetown Museum, is a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the “Provincetown Print.” Provincetown is America’s oldest active art colony, and this exhibit, running through November 30, showcases an important and revolutionary American printmaking art form, created in Provincetown in the early 20th century. The exhibit is curated by Bill Evaul, a contemporary master of the woodblock print and art historian. In addition to the portraits of the early leaders of this art form, the exhibit also includes a video demonstration by Evaul and a block in the progress of printing. For more information, visit or call 508-487-1310.

Addison Art Gallery

For more information, contact Helen Addison at the Addison Art Gallery,, 508 255-6200.

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