WHAT’S OPEN THIS WINTER, ART GALLERIES: Here’s a list of businesses open for the winter including art galleries, as published by the Provincetown Business Guild. See the list here: https://ptown.org/calendar/whats-open-winter/
PTOWN GALLERY STROLL: A collaboration of over 30 art galleries in Provincetown working together to bring awareness that Provincetown galleries are operating in safe, efficient, and evolving ways during the current health crisis. Visit https://www.ptowngallerystroll.com
WELLFLEET PUBLIC LIBRARY: Virtual art show “Isolation:Inspiration” at https://www.wellfleetlibrary.org/isolationinspiration
WELLFLEET HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND MUSEUM: “Before 1620: Who Was Here?” exhibition by appointment at 266 Main St. Visit http://www.wellfleethistoricalsociety.org/
ADAM PECK GALLERY: Happy New Year 2021! Located at 142 Commercial St. in Provincetown. On Facebook or visit https://www.adampeckgallery.com/
BOWERSOCK FINE ART GALLERY: Located at 373 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Info at www.bowersockgallery.com
LAMONTAGNE GALLERY: “Figuratively Provincetown” through Feb. 6. A group exhibition curated by Romolo Del Deo at 460 Harrison Ave. in Boston. Wednesday through Saturday, 11 am. to 5 p.m. For info, visit https://www.lamontagnegallery.com/
FARM PROJECTS: For information, email susi[email protected]. The gallery is in Wellfleet at 355 Main St.
AMP GALLERY: By appointment through the spring of 2021 at 432 Commercial St. in Provincetown. The group show features works by Terry Boutelle, Karen Cappotto, Jamie Casertano, Jay Critchley, Barbara Hadden, M P Landis, Zammy Migdal, Marc Van Cauwenberg, Lori Swartz, Judith Trepp, Forrest Williams, and Rick Wrigley. Visit http://www.artmarketprovincetown.com/
FOUR ELEVEN GALLERY: The gallery is open this winter Saturday-Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., and always by appointment. Located at 411 Commercial St. in Provincetown. The gallery’s website has a selection of work from all of our artists at https://www.fourelevengallery.com/ Follow the gallery’s Facebook page or Instagram
SIMIE MARYLES GALLERY: Representing traditional art with a contemporary point of view at 435 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays, pandemic permitting. Info https://www.simiemaryles.com/
ALBERT MEROLA GALLERY: Urging support of the Provincetown Film Society’s annual auction, offering many items such as John Waters tours of Provincetown’s past and public sex spots. Waters’ offering is illustrated with an ink drawing by gallery artist Esteban del Valle. To see the auction, which continues through Feb. 7, visit https://www.biddingforgood.com/auction/item/item.action?id=342306701.The gallery is open by appointment at 424 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Contact info: 508-487-4424 and [email protected]
ALDEN GALLERY: At 423 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Visit https://www.aldengallery.com/
FREDERICK STUDIO PROVINCETOWN: Open by chance or weekends at 237 Commercial St., or visit https://www.frederickstudioprovincetown.com/.
ADDISON ART GALLERY: The Orleans gallery donates to local nonprofits for every work sold. Through Feb. 15, the gallery will donate to Helping Our Women and Cape Wellness Collaborative for every sale. For info, visit http://www.addisonart.com/
BERTA WALKER GALLERY: Predicting a great 2021! Walk past the gallery to see the work of Robert Henry, Susumu Kishihara, Selina Trieff and others. On Artsy at https://www.artsy.net/berta-walker-gallery and Instagram @bertawalkergallery. Open noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Always by appointment at 208 Bradford St. in Provincetown.
WELLFLEET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: “I Have A Dream! Wellfleet Elementary Martin Luther King 2021 Artwork” at https://sites.google.com/view/wesmlk2021art/home
TRURO CENTER FOR THE ARTS AT CASTLE HILL: See “Small Works Show” and previous virtual galleries at https://www.castlehill.org/gallery-home.
CORTILE GALLERY: Bringing fine art from “Our Home to Yours” at 230 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Call 508-487-4200. Visit https://cortilegallery.com/
COVE GALLERY: Offering virtual exhibition of paintings. The Wellfleet gallery is at http://www.covegallery.com/
WELLFLEET PRESERVATION HALL: Virtual Paint Night with artist Colin McQuire at 6 p.m. Feb. 9, $25, all experience levels welcome; artist Robert Shreefter silkscreen prints show through April 1, onsite 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and online. The exhibit will include both older and newer work. Shreefter works in series where the prints are thematically and technically related. He is the founding member and curator of Off Main Gallery in Wellfleet. Shreefter’s virtual artist chat is at 5 p.m. Feb. 18. For information, visit https://www.wellfleetpreservationhall.org/art-exhibits
SCHOOLHOUSE GALLERY: Upcoming “Wintertide” from Feb. 13 through March 21.The gallery is pleased to present an exhibition organized to offer a moment of refuge as we move through the current transitions in season and society. The gallery is at 494 Commercial St. For information, visit https://galleryschoolhouse.com/
RICE POLAK GALLERY: A beautiful piece of art by Blair Bradshaw says it all. “As of today I am reclaiming the American flag which I I’ve avoided looking at it for the last 4 years. Although there is still a lot of work to be done to truly unify our country I want to believe that we now have a chance to do just that.” The gallery is at 430 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Sign up for the gallery newsletter at [email protected].
OFF MAIN GALLERY: A community gallery, in the process of moving to 75 Commercial St. in Wellfleet. For information, visit https://www.offmaingallery.com/
GALERIA CUBANA: Located at 357 Commercial St. in Provincetown. Temporarily closed due to COVID-19. Virtual gallery at https://lagaleriacubana.com/artist/620
BAKKER GALLERY: A Provincetown gallery. Always open by appointment. Online at https://www.bakkerproject.com/
CID BOLDUC GALLERY: A Provincetown gallery at 54 Bradford Street. Call 727-804-2734 for appointments.
PROVINCETOWN ART ASSOCIATION AND MUSEUM: “Recent Gifts To The Collection” through March 28; “The Napi and Helen Van Dereck Collection: Part II,” through May 23, featuring over 40 artworks from the collection of Napi and Helen Van Dereck. “Napi passed away on Christmas Day, 2019, and this exhibition is the second installment as we honor his legacy and his keen eye, as well as the depth of this important collection.”; “Members’ Juried,” through April 11, a cross-section of member artists whose submitted work has been chosen by a guest curator. To visit the museum at 460 Commercial St. in Provincetown, see https://www.paam.org/
PILGRIM MONUMENT AND PROVINCETOWN MUSEUM: Closed for the season at 1 High Pole Hill Road in Provincetown. Visit the museum’s Wampanoag exhibit virtually at https://www.pilgrim-monument.org/wampanoag-exhibit/
Please send all gallery and arts notices to [email protected].