Current Exhibitions

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January 21 - April 4, 2021

Miroslawa Grabowski Pissarenko (1909-2006) believed that paper talked. She told this to her good friend Peter Michael Martin as she created “wycniaki” (Polish Paper Cuttings) in her own intricate style, using only a pair of cuticle scissors.

On Cape Cod she is remembered for her paper cut-decorated eggs, which she demonstrated and taught to children in the schools and libraries. But that was just one example of her artistic touch. Her collection of paper cuts and charming woodcarvings are now on view at the Cape Cod Museum of Art.

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Will Barnet, The Sled AP, c. 1984, Gifte

January 21 - May 2, 2021

Creature Comforts, a docent-curated exhibition, looks at the Museum's collection through the lens of "what gives us comfort" in this time of the COVID pandemic.  Docents utilized a broad approach to select work depicting elements representing comforts of home, human connection, nature, arts and crafts, food and animals.  The exhibit includes a new Museum acquisition, some pieces that have not been exhibited as well as some old favorites.  

December 10 - March 14, 2021

Changing Tide is the Cape Cod Museum of Art's Juried Members' Exhibition. 74 pieces of artwork were juried into this exhibition by Amanda Wastrom, Assistant Curator at Heritage Museums & Gardens, East Sandwich.

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December 4 - February 7, 2021


ED CHESNOVITCH

MAN ON THE MARSH

 

MAN ON THE MARSH  is a visual documentary of one artist’s unique journey of living and working on a Cape Cod salt marsh and how it has influenced his life and art.

 

Chesnovitch fills his mostly large-scale landscape paintings with bold, saturated color and extraordinary mark-making resulting in unique and powerful compositions.

 

He uses oils, mixed media and pastels to record his observations and express his intense connection to the environment in which he lives and works. This exhibition of landscape and phragmite paintings will leave the viewer in awe of the artist’s spectacular and personal vision of the marsh.

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