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    Artists Association of Nantucket Hosts ONLINE Art Show

    As the island continues to navigate during these changing times, The Artists Association of Nantucket (AAN) is delighted to announce it is holding its first in a series of Online Art Shows. Featuring over forty works by our local artist members, this show is an extension of our first-ever Drive Thru Art Fair 2020; the works may be found on our AAN website  www.nantucketarts.org  under art for sale. 

    “We’ve been hard at work-behind-the-scenes to find creative ways for our community to continue enjoying the gift of art, for themselves or other art enthusiasts, and we plan to showcase new online exhibitions a couple of times a month on our website,” said AAN gallery manager Peter J. Greenhalgh. 

    “With our properties closed to the public, we’re inviting the public to visit our online gallery to view regularly changing exhibitions of fresh, original artwork from our iconic Nantucket artists,” said AAN artistic director Robert Frazier.

    “AAN remains grateful to our numerous supporters, and we will continue to find ways for the community to view new works of art while also supporting our local artist members during these very different times,” added Frazier.  

    Online art includes works by Joan Albaugh, Ginger Andrews, Susan Briskman, Mary Ellen Castle, Barbara Clarke, Elizabeth Congdon, Susan Coyne, Jenna Darkow, MJ Levy Dickson, Julija Mostykanova Feeney, Robert Frazier, Christine Braunohler Hanson,  G.S. Hill, Sharon Woods Hussey, Maryann Jones, Diane Lehman, David Macaulay, Zoe Markham, Robert Miklos, Ellen Metzger O’Shea,  Cate Raphael, David Sharpe, Alison B. Smith, Charles Tennant, Sage Goldsmith Tremain, Anne Troutman Jocelyn Sandor Urban, Don Van Dyke, Caroline A. Walker, Michael Wodynski, Lucinda Young and Linda Zola. 

    While the community adheres to the Governor’s reopening phases, AAN’s Cecelia Joyce & Seward Johnson gallery in the heart of Nantucket’s cultural district at 19 Washington St., and the Visual Arts Center (VAC) on 24 Amelia Drive remain closed. Please visit our website for updates and to explore all your artistic passions. www.nantucketarts.org.