Secrets in Bloom: Interview with Anna Kincaide

Could you tell us more about you as an artist and as a person?

Well I won't dive into my whole life story, but I grew up in northern Florida which is where I live and work today. I studied interior and graphic design in college and worked for several years in that field before I branched out into fine art. I was bored with design and wanted a more exciting, fulfilling path. I'...

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Summer’s on its way with an eclectic mix of art at Eisenhauer Gallery

The Eisenhauer Gallery on North Water Street, Edgartown, is always worth a visit. The popular year-round gallery features an eclectic mix of artists of the first rank, with a focus on contemporary as opposed to traditional artwork. Every year there’s always a surprise or two as owner Elizabeth Eisenhauer makes an effort to bring in artists who have a vision all their own.

For its summer...

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Gallery-Hop and Shop

Memorial Day weekend means picnics and parades, patriotic displays, and oftentimes, first plunges into the sea. It also means that the Island’s numerous art galleries are either opening their doors for the season, or hosting their first summer openings. You can check out what artists from the Island and beyond have been working on over the winter, and also see which galleries are bringing...

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Of All the Gin Joints

When Bruce Bibby opened his new gallery named after his Hollywood columnist pen name, Ted Casablanca, he must have painted the walls white five times. “I’m a perfectionist, and the color had to be warm and bright,” Bibby says. He is also a sculptor. All of the glass and steel tables in the gallery are his creations. The one on wheels was once a funeral casket cart. 

So while painting...

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Eisenhauer Gallery Encourages Summer Whites

Check out the summer’s most festive gallery event this week, as the Eisenhauer Gallery in Edgartown hosts a themed party in honor of their latest exhibit, “She Only Wore White.” Not only will the artwork feature a white theme, guests are encouraged to dress in their summer whites, and hostess Elizabeth Eisenhauer will offer white cocktails. Outside in the courtyard, Johnny Hoy and the Bluefish...

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Without color, artist focuses on fine detail

Most artists tend to draw interest through their use of brilliant and bold color schemes. But Ken Peloke opted for a different route.

Then again, the Arizona native really didn’t have much of a choice. Color is, for the most part, absent in Peloke’s art, just as it is absent in his world. Peloke is colorblind, but the vision deficiency no longer hinders his art like it used to.


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