March 3 – April 19, 2015
Friday, March 6 Opening Reception
The first exhibition of the year is always a benefit exhibit; and in 2015, in memory of Norman Sparre, Gosnold is the beneficiary. Fiber artists being contacted for the exhibition include: Wendy Pratt Bagley, Suzy Bergman, Anne Grave, Helen Koehler, Sally Mavor, Toni Newhall, Jane Parhiala, Barbara Sparre, Stephanie Staltare and Rachel Switzer.
April 21 – June 21, 2015
Friday, April 24 Opening Reception
Commerce and the Sea: A Celebration of Antonio Jacobsen
This exhibition will focus on the wonderful maritime paintings of Antonio Jacobsen. We also plan to spotlight artists in our permanent collection who were influenced by Jacobsen and to include contemporary artists whom he influenced as well.
Thursday-Sunday, April 30 - May 3 Cahoon in Bloom
June 23 – August 23, 2015
Thursday, June 25 Opening Reception
Before and After: 25th Anniversary of the Great Brush Off
We will invite several founders of the Great Brush Off to help us identify artists and works for this exhibit. The exhibition will focus on painters who began their careers at the Great Brush Off and are now well known artists. We also plan to display several of the publicity paintings from previous Great Brush Offs.
Saturday, July 11 - Great Brush Off (Rain date July 12)
August 25 – October 11, 2015
Thursday, August 27 Opening Reception
Wallace Nutting and the Colonial Revival Movement: Works from the Collection of Sharon Lacasse of West Barnstable
This extraordinary collection will be augmented by Wallace Nutting works from historical societies across the Cape. This will be the final exhibit at our temporary location in Mashpee.
IN THE NEW BUILDING
October 13 – November 29, 2015
Friday, October 16 Opening Reception
Coming Home: Works by Martha and Ralph Cahoon &
A Celebration of American Arts
One side of this exhibit will focus on works by Martha and Ralph Cahoon that have never or only very rarely been seen in public. At the same time, one of the galleries in the historic house will display favorite Ralph and Martha Cahoon works from the permanent collection.
The other side of the exhibit, A Celebration of American Art, will concentrate on the extraordinary 19th and 20th century American art in our permanent collection, including works by James Edward Butterworth, John J. Enneking and Thomas Waterman Wood.
December 1 – December 24, 2015
Friday, December 4 Opening Reception
3rd Annual Small Works Exhibition
This will be our 3rd Annual Small Works exhibit. It will showcase local Cape artists, and all the works will be for sale.