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Wet Paint | Nantucket, MA

Doing What They Do Best

The Artists Association of Nantucket has spent its 75th anniversary year doing what it does best: supporting local artists, teaching, preserving the legacy of Nantucket artists, and enriching all our lives by sharing art. Despite the many and unusual challenges of 2020, AAN has successfully pivoted to accomplish their missions …

Artists Association of Nantucket

AAN Lets the People Choose

Quiet beaches, crimson moors, crisp evenings, colorful bittersweet, festive pumpkins depicted in oil paintings, watercolors, ceramics, wood carvings, photographs… and you get to choose your favorites! Artists Association of Nantucket (AAN) is showcasing the 2020 People’s Choice Exhibition, with the doors opening on Friday, September 25 in the Cecelia Joyce …

Bringing Art to Us All

At 10 am on Friday, September 4, the doors of the Cecelia Joyce & Seward Johnson Gallery at 19 Washington Street will open to welcome visitors to the Artists Association of Nantucket’s 2020 10 x 10 Exhibition. The show will remain on display through Saturday, September 19. With 2020 marking …

artists association of Nantucket | Nantucket, MA

Preserving the Future

Celebrating their 75th year, The Artists Association of Nantucket has worked for decades to foster local artists and has just completed a major acquisition project of Nantucket Art Colony works. More than 100 priceless artworks were donated to AAN in celebration of this landmark anniversary.

AAN | Nantucket, MA

AAN Opens First In-Person Gallery Exhibit of 2020

The Artists Association of Nantucket’s downtown gallery, the Cecelia Joyce & Seward Johnson Gallery at 19 Washington Street, is now open to visitors for the 2020 season. Their first exhibition is “Summer Small Works,” which will be on display through mid-August on the first floor of the gallery.

Andrew Shunney | Nantucket, MA

NHA and AAN Collaborate on Art Acquisition

From the 1950s through the 1970s, artist Andrew Shunney was very much a part of the Nantucket art scene, with a gallery on Straight Wharf and later showing at the Lobster Pot Gallery with other artists, including Mary Sarg- Murphy, Irmgard Arvin, Ralph Cahoon, Elizabeth Saltonstall, and Roy Baily. The …