The Lemonade Stand Gallery’s Annual Small Works Show started in 2005 and since then has exhibited artists from around the globe.
The only requirement is that the finished work is under 10 inches in any direction including the frame. All media is considered as long it is original – this includes photography. A selected jury determines which pieces get chosen for this year’s exhibit. Artists have the opportunity to enter up to three pieces.
Sponsored by Strunk Ave Hardware
Illustrations and narrative from the newly released children's book, Grandpa, Grandpa, What Will I See? telling the story of a grandfather and his granddaughter, imparting wisdom for the generations with humor, history and hope.
Irma was a reminder that the cost of our delicate string of islands is the knowledge that nature comes along once in a while to wipe the slate clean. Still, signs of our resilience abound: an orchid blooming days after the storm; a 150 year old wooden house, built by shipwrights and standing tall; or neighbors helping each other clean up. Creativity often works the same way; it returns with new focus after a test. For our first post-Irma Members show we invite you to reflect on the things that bend but don’t break, the things that last, and the things that matter.
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Back by popular demand — the second season of our sold-out series! Delectable art-themed parties, sure to tickle your tastebuds. Arts & Eats brings food and art to interesting locations, serving up the best parties in town! specializing in Prohibition era jazz, which has become a big summertime hit on Cape Cod.