Exhibition Schedule 2021
April 1- May 25, 2021
"TREES" GROUP SHOW
Our gallery artists use their signature styles while interpreting the subject of this show.
May 26 - June 21, 2021
Red is featured in this show by our Gallery Artists
Robert Birbeck, Matthias Christensen, Neva Hansen,
Tighe Hanson, Kenneth Hawkey, Jane Manco,
Axel Stohlberg, Adam Bruce Wentworth & Robin Wessman.
June 18-June 30, 2021
Catherine Meeks paints Cape Cod and the Islands,
Greater New England, Italy, France and other spectacular places of interest and beauty that inspire her. In addition to
her cityscapes, landscapes and waterscapes, Meeks
creates “interior” paintings that suggest a style of living
that is infused with grace and charm.
July 2-July 14, 2021
MATTHIAS’ distinctive painting style has helped establish
him as a highly collected and sought-after artist. His style, masterful use of color, subject matter, often local, familiar places always with the influence of the sea, and his unique application make MATTHIAS’ work always exceptional.
July 15-July 28, 2021
Robin Wessman continues to impress with his fascinating
take on the genre of still life painting. With a twist. There is always a bit of humor, an unusual perspective, juxtaposition that captures the imagination and inspires the viewer to think outside of the box while appreciating the masterful painting skills Wessman so clearly exhibits.
July 30-August 10
The always interesting work of Elisabeth Pearl takes
us in a fascinating new direction with this season’s exhibit.
The new work, a series of paintings “discovered” by the artist starting from a black wash that are painted out
and reveal still life, figural and imaginative subjects
will stir the viewer’s imagination.
August 13-September 1, 2021
K E N N E T H H A W K E Y
Kenneth Hawkey’s hauntingly beautiful and soulful expressions of history, recollection, place, especially Cape Cod, are on full display in this season’s exhibit of his latest works celebrating the unique light and unsurpassed beauty
of Cape Cod. Hawkey’s landscapes take the soul to new heights while his architectural paintings are so much more
than depictions of buildings in their environs; they invite
the viewer inside, suggesting recent and ongoing
activity that help tell the story of the work.
September 3-September 14, 2021
Tighe Hanson, one of Cape Cod’s most fascinating painters, combines abstraction, storytelling, plain-as-day images,
mixed media, collage and comes up with what can
sometimes, at first, seem discordant or differently-focused images but, as we let ourselves slip into the work, we
find humor, sense and the artist's vision of order.
September 3-September 14, 2021
In explaining his art, Torroella has stated “I paint in order to communicate and/or alleviate an alienation brought about by coming from where extreme beauty and natural abundance have been the backdrop for a society which has often erupted in self-violence, thus causing great sorrow to all concerned” in reference to his Cuban cultural and upbringing, as well as his experiences with the Cuban Revolution and its lingering impact on his life in the United States. Mario Torroella draws on his Cuban roots to celebrate the Caribbean hues, themes and subjects that bring so much light and power to the canvas. His undersea creatures are alive, entwined often with dry land flora, merging the two worlds in an amazing celebration of color and form.
September 17-October 4, 2021
Neva Hansen has been painting for over seventy years
and her body of work comprises an astounding breadth
of art from portraiture and still life and landscape to collage, three dimension constructions and installations. Hansen’s
work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around
the United States and we are honored to have the
opportunity to be among those fortunate venues.
Curating a Hansen exhibit is a gift.
Group Show Featuring
Kenneth Hawkey and Robin Wessman
and Small Works by Gallery Artists
Kenneth Hawkey's Cape Cod landscapes of light, color,
clouds, still waters and waving grasses and his small town
architectural paintings of windows and structure highlight his interests in eco and historic preservation.
Robin Wessman's still-life paintings deliver much more than the accomplished depiction of form, color, texture and composition. What we see is life, movement, humor and magic in what is really not so still.
Small works by many gallery artists will also be presented.
OPEN DAILY 9-5
Larkin Gallery Artists Group Exhibit
For November, Larkin Gallery Provincetown offers a combination of work by Gallery artists reflecting a variety of influeneces from classical traditions to abstract.
OPEN DAILY 9-5
Larkin Gallery Provincetown
and Larkin Gallery Harwich Port
are open year-round.