Lucy Mitchell’s love of books takes her new work beyond words.

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Check Out That Librarian!

Mayumi and the Sea of Happiness, by Jennifer Tseng. (Europa Editions)

There was a friend of mine, early on, who said, ‘Paint what you love.’” Andrew Moore leaned against a corner table in his Harthaven gallery, surrounded by his own work on one of the first warm days of the season. Behind him hung a nearly life-sized oil portrait of his daughter, Hannah, a parasol perched lightly on one shoulder. “I’ve maybe done one or two commissions, but generally, I paint things that are integrated in my life or ignite my imagination.”

Alexandra Bullen Coutts

What is a “bikini” anyway?

Alexandra Bullen Coutts

David McCullough discusses his new book with Matthew Stackpole.

Wendy Weldon has been an artist for more than forty years, but she carries herself as though she’s finally arrived in a place of strength and stability with her work.

Remy Tumin

A new book celebrates the life and work of Island writer Peggy Freydberg, who died this spring at the age of one hundred and seven.

Alexandra Bullen Coutts

Thirty years in the life of an Island painting.

Tom Dunlop

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