With license plates from other states...

D.A.W.

Linoleum-block prints and accompanying quatrains by West Tisbury artist and poet Daniel “D.A.W.”

D.A.W.

For our anniversary issue, Alley Moore, the magazine’s art director since 2003, curates an “art show” to recognize many of the artists contributing to the Vineyard community.

The whimsical home and studio of artist and furniture maker Richard Dunbrack

Laura D. Roosevelt

Hammers bang and paint cans dangle;Ladders lean at every angle;Homes improve as decades pass...Which can’t be said for us, alas.

D.A.W.

Back in the seventeenth century, long before the advent of student loans and their attendant FAFSA forms, you could pay your Harvard tuition in wampum. In fact, you could pay your taxes to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in beads as well. So what was to prevent someone from going down to the beach with a burlap sack and amassing a fortune? As Don Widdiss, Chilmark resident and wampum artisan, says, “If anyone saw how much work I put into creating a bracelet, they’d think I was crazy.”

Geoff Currier

Like many popes and kings, Denys Wortman of Vineyard Haven is the eighth in a dynastic lineup.

Holly Nadler

Historically, the Chilmark retreat has focused on cultivating professionals in the world of dance. Now, the new director is reaching out to the Island.

Laura D. Roosevelt

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