Artists Association of Nantucket
Early Birds ONLINE Exhibition
Mid-winter on the Little Grey Lady and many ask “what is there to do?” Given the AAN’s Cecelia Joyce & Seward Johnson gallery on Washington Street is closed this time of year, the Artists Association of Nantucket (AAN) is delighted to announce the opening of an Online Early Birds exhibition, which goes live on Friday, February 19, at 9 A.M. with art available 24/7 through Friday April 9. You may view work on:
“This curated off-season exhibition will showcase a robust selection of art by our local artist members typically not available during the off season. By offering these online exhibitions, we are not only giving our artists continued exposure during this odd world-wide pandemic, but also allowing the public at large to enjoy and purchase special pieces, while viewed in the comfort and safety of their own homes,” said AAN artistic director & curator Robert Frazier.
“The Early Bird title not only acknowledges those who want to add to their collections or start one early in the new year, but also pays tribute to our artists who have been hard at work honing their skills and creating new works,” said AAN gallery manager Peter J. Greenhalgh. “We are delighted to offer these works on behalf of our artists as well as giving patrons the opportunity to view beautiful art during the typically quiet off-season months.”
“New works will be added throughout the exhibition, so there will be ample opportunity to find the perfect piece for that empty place or new business or home,” added Greenhalgh.
The Early Bird Online exhibition will be available from February 19 – April 9.
To learn more about the AAN, visit the website at www.nantucketarts.org .