“Because I want my paintings to have more than a visual relevance, I build on the intellectual content to add depth and cultural relevance.”

CK Wolfson

Fine restaurants, through endless toil...

D.A.W.

“Art reflects your own happiness and people can see in my pieces that I enjoyed making them. I think that’s one of the reasons they like them.”

CK Wolfson

Susan Branch’s latest memoir brings a charmed life full circle.

Heather Hamacek

What happens when a contemporary composer winds up living on the Island.

Dean Rosenthal

The new book Jaws: Memories from Martha’s Vineyard takes a behind-the-scenes look at the 1974 filming of the greatest shark movie ever, often from the perspective of Island residents who were there. The film’s Fourth of July beach sequence – a.k.a. the end of Alex Kintner – involved coordinating hundreds of extras in unpredictable and inhospitable weather, as this excerpt from the book attests.

Matt Taylor

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