The Martha’s Vineyard Livestock Show and Fair is more than a lot of fun and games. Though, of course, it is also a heck of a lot of fun and games.

Louisa Hufstader

Angela Sison’s clothing brand thinks globally, sells locally.

Merissa Gerson

Lazing on a sunny afternoon.

Nicole Grace Mercier

A new boutique takes root in the place Bananas once grew.

Alexandra Bullen Coutts

A summer evening paddle in Menemsha Creek across from The Galley and The Home Port in a one-man canoe inspired Brandon Newtown to paint Moon Over Menemsha.

Nicole Grace Mercier

Inside a small studio space in Edgartown, jeweler Stefanie Wolf is crafting designs that reach far beyond the Island’s shores.

Moira Silva

Abstract painter Tommy May splits his time between California and the Island, where his parents have a home in Vineyard Haven. Yet even when he’s working in his Hollywood Hills studio, he is dreaming of Martha’s Vineyard and drawing upon its inspiration to fuel his next series of paintings.

This past winter’s focus came from his idea to showcase abstracted views of Vineyard scenes, such as fields and dunes. He is calling the series Blossoms.

After occupying the same cozy corner for more than fourteen seasons, Vineyard Haven women’s boutique Nochi has expanded.

Alexandra Bullen Coutts