Author: Mary Grauerholz

Hatchville resident Mary Grauerholz is a former Cape Cod LIFE editor and a contributor to Cape Cod Life Publications. Some of Mary’s many articles have included a study of wild orchids that can be found on the Cape and Islands and a history piece on Donald MacMillan—the man for whom MacMillan Pier in Provincetown is named.

Mary Grauerholz

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Green Inspirations

By its very nature, sustainable architecture requires a different perspective. There is a premium on efficiency in design and materials,…

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Fabric of a Community

A collection of antique quilts at the Atwood House Museum chronicles life in Chatham through the 19th century and beyond.…

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Wondrous Wee World

Falmouth fabric artist Salley Mavor creates fabulous tiny tapestries for her award-winning children’s books. Salley Mavor’s studio is an alternate…

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Slipping Life’s Bounds

Woods Hole potter Tessa Morgan’s designs reflect a uniquely Cape Cod artistic spirit flying free. Tessa Morgan first worked with…

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Art Without End

Lorraine Trenholm’s paintings transcend time and place. Lorraine W. Trenholm is as restless as her two horses loping outside, on…

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A Master in the Making

A young Brazilian artist flourishes in the Cape’s art world—and far beyond. Artist Cleber Stecei is perched on the deck…

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A Life Revealed

The artwork of the late Hella Bailin reveals both the tragedies that haunted her youth and the grace she found…

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His Heaven on Earth

Award-winning Cape Cod landscape designer Paul Miskovsky’s own garden is mystical and magical any time of the day—or night. Paul…

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