• Brewster Gallery Stroll and Tour – Everything You Need to Know

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    The Brewster Gallery Tour

    Fri., Nov. 30 to Sun., Dec. 2

    This Christmas season, nearly two dozen galleries, most of them located along historic Route 6A in Brewster, are collaborating for a holiday Brewster Gallery Stroll.

    When you see so many unique and intimate galleries all within a few miles of each other in only one town, it accentuates the extraordinary creativity that makes Cape Cod such a cultural mecca for visitors, second homeowners and full-time residents.

    The diversity and breadth of culture on the Cape are among the most significant reasons people retire on the Cape, alongside access to excellent healthcare.

    The Luxx Concierge has been visiting Brewster’s galleries to discover their individual charms. They not only are wonderful destination this holiday season, but all year long. While some close for the winter months and others have limited hours, we hope you will rely on our Brewster Gallery Tour year-round as you plan the weekend at your second home, a vacation on the Cape or an afternoon of glorious art and maybe brunch or lunch along the way.

    Over the coming months, the Luxx Concierge will be sharing our visits to the individual galleries with profiles of their art and owners. Please email us at concierge@luxxcapecod.com with suggestions for our visits, so we can share them with you and all our members.

    • Underground Art Gallery
      Painter Karen North Wells’s gallery on Satucket Road is a uniquely earth-covered structure built in 1988 to demonstrate environmentally-sound construction practices.
    • Studio on Slough Road
      Described as alternative space featuring local art and culture.
    • Parsons Art & Pottery
      Ken Parsons has specializes in oil and watercolor) as well as Raku pottery, stoneware and porcelain. All his works are inspired by and infused with the spirit of Cape Cod.
    • Struna Gallery
      Struna, whose career spans five decades, utilizes color naturally, blending his palette to achieve shade for the ever-changing Cape Cod landscape. He works with watercolor, oil acrylic and copper plate engraving. His style combines abstract qualities and traditional realism.
    • Millstone Sculpture Gallery
      The Millstone Sculpture Gallery is devoted to the glass and metal sculpture of Benton Jones. Since 1999, his gallery has been a destination for serious art-glass collectors and lovers of thoughtful contemporary art. Benton earned a BFA in sculpture from Carnegie Mellon.
    • Teichman Painting & Sculpture Gallery
      Milton Teichman paints landscapes, figures, faces and other subject matter in an abstract style. He also creates non-objective paintings and collages whose subject matter is his own imagination. His sculptures are in bronze, wood, clay, brass, aluminum, and found objects show the influence of Modernism as well as Pre-Hispanic.
    • Stringe Gallery
      The gallery features original drawings, watercolors and oils of Tom Stringe and fine country antiique furniture and accessories form Tymeless Antiques. Stringe specializes in Cape scenes from lighthouses and seascapes to ships and landscapes. He works in a variety of styles from realism to impressionism and in all sizes.
    • The Spectrum Gallery
      The Spectrum showcases hand-made works of American craftsmen. Its building combines historic Cape Cod architecture with modern Asian influences. The garden and courtyards surrounding the building display sculptures and fountains. It’s described not only a store, but a place for lovers of fine craft and art to visit.
    • Ruddeford Gallery
      The gallery is a showcase for painter Debra and photographer Tom Ruddeforth. Tom began his professional career in 1987 when the couple opened the gallery. He focuses on Cape Cod landscapes in color and black and white. His work has often been published in regional and national magazines.
    • Richard Perry Sculpture Studio
      Perry specializes in relief art, which aims to turn art inside out, bring illusion back into art and explore how we see. With intaglio relief, Perry explains he is breaking new ground - exploring an exciting artistic landscape and raising questions about how we see and interpret the world around us.
    • Heart Pottery Preu Photo
      Mark Preu specializes in color images of Cape Cod’s beauty - ocean beaches, bays, salt marshes, ponds and lakes, dunes, hills and woods of Cape Cod., as well as animals and wildlife. He explains that his favorite images capture fleeting moments of unusual light and weather. He works with traditional and digital enhanced processes.
    • Packet Galleries
      Housed in a circa 1770 barn, Packet Galleries is an eclectic gallery of antiques, textiles, contemporary photography and other fine arts. We have the largest collection of photographic antiquities on Cape Cod. On this site the original Packet Antiques and Country Store opened in the early 1900’s and was continuously operated until 1999.
    • Odyssey Stoneware
      The gallery, owned by Josephine Glazebrook, specializes in high-fire, fully functional stoneware and porcelain. It is oven, microwave and dishwasher safe and completely lead-free. Glazebrook emphasizes beauty and function in her work.
    • Maddocks Gallery
      Maddocks Gallery is the studio and home of renowned artist James W. Maddocks. The 1860's carriage house and formal gardens are an ideal setting for Maddocks’ distinctive yesteryear style featuring clipper ships, rose-covered cottages, quiet New England harbors and serene landscapes.
    • HandCraft House
      The HandCraft House offers a distinctive collection of functional and decorative art for home and garden. It features paintings, prints and tiles by owner/artist Eileen Smith, and hand-made creations from many American craft artisans. Smith opened the HandCraft House in 1986. Her paintings, prints and tiles capture the natural beauty of Cape Cod.
    • Earth-n-Fire Pottery
      The combined talents of Andrew Jones & Kathleen Chase-Jones are brought together in this unique pottery partnership. Centered on Cape Cod, we find our inspiration in the environment around us. A sense of artistic adventure, along with a love for our seaside surroundings have created a wonderful blend of the whimsical and the practical in our work.
    • Dickerson Gallery
      Husband and wife Jack and Kate Dickerson have created a dynamic space for creating and displaying their artwork. After successful careers in advertising and commercial design, the two decided to move to Cape Cod and focus on creative pursuits full time.
    • Clayton’s Clay Works
      Clayton’s Clay Works in porcelain, stoneware and terra cotta. His works range from fine pots, kitchenware and lamps to abstract plaques, mammoth urns, planters and vases. The latest and greatest are the fish platters that double up as interior/exterior sculptural wall elements and as service pieces.
    • Capt. Mike’s Woodshop & Gallery
      Capt. Mike’s Woodshop & Gallery specializes in large-scale hand carved fish, whales, clams and sand dollars, as well as nautically-inspired items like seashell mirrors, candle sconces, lobster claw art, classic wooden fish boxes, curio cabinets, shadow boxes, country tables, footstools, boot bunks, cutting boards and marine life.
    • Blue Jacket Gallery
      Proprietor Liz Perry offers contemporary, often abstract and colorful paintings and monoprints at the studio. She attended the College of Ceramic Art & Design at Alfred University, graduating with a BFA in painting and printmaking. She studied abstract painting and printmaking techniques, and extensive color and form in contemporary painting.
    • Aries East Gallery
      Aries East is a contemporary gallery that represents artists who work in oils, watercolor, acrylic, and pastel. It’s owned by Geoff Smith and his wife Becky. At 19, Smith he was admitted to Boston’s Copley Society of Art. In 1973, he was the recipient of the Prix-de-Paris award in New York City.

    To learn more about the stroll, here’s a downloadable PDF with all participating galleries, coupled with a raffle form for participants to fill out.

    We’d love to hear about your experiences on the tour, so feel free to contact us with any questions, send us pictures, or talk about your experiences in the comments below.

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    November 17, 2014