Cape Cod Galleries

Cultural Center of Cape Cod

Cultural Center of Cape Cod

 

 

Want to see some handblown glass? Or how about take a wine and paint class? Below you’ll find The Belvedere Inn’s list of our favorite Cape Cod Galleries.

 

 

 

 

Upper Cape

The Sandwich Historical Society and Glass Museum interpret the history of the town and its glass industry. Exhibits of glass and historical items tell the story of the town’s greatest contribution to the American Industrial Revolution. Displays offer more than 6,000 pieces, in fifteen galleries, created by the different glass companies in Sandwich during the 19th and 20th centuries. The Museum also includes daily glassblowing demonstrations, a multi-media theater, a contemporary glass gallery, and special exhibitions.

The Flying Pig Pottery sells one of a kind functional stoneware. Each piece is wheel thrown white high fired clay, decorated using sgraffito technique. Sgraffito is the art of carving through a colored slip to the contrasting clay body beneath. The Flying Pig Pottery’s signature work consists of a white clay body decorated in dark blue slip which is then dipped in a clear glaze. A new line has been introduced combining a warm brown glaze with green highlights over a blue slip.

Mid Cape

The Cultural Center of Cape Cod is a key contributor to the Cape’s cultural community by offering year round educational opportunities, entertainment, and exhibitions of the visual, literary, and performing arts. And it’s right down the street from The Belvedere Inn!

The Borsari Gallery is located in the village of Dennis, on historic Route 6A in an impeccably restored barn. Take a trip back in time while exceptional art and lighting serves as a stunning backdrop for afternoon tea.

The Guyer Barn is a showcase for emerging and established local artists in a wide variety of genres. It is a community art space – a working artist studio and professional artist gallery supporting and promoting the arts where visitors gather year round to enjoy changing exhibitions, classes and workshops and performances.

The Fresh Paint Gallery is a contemporary fine arts gallery is located on Route 6A in Yarmouthport, in an historic Greek Revival house on beautiful Cape Cod. Fresh Paint Gallery features the work of award winning artists: Selma Alden, Julie Blanchard, Robina Carter, Claire Marcus,Robert Mesrop, Ken Northup, Ann O’Connell and Lynne Schulte. The gallery has something to offer all art enthusiasts, whether they prefer oils, watercolors, pastels, monotypes, collage, representational, abstract, still life, landscape or figures.

Lower Cape

The Maps of Antiquity store, on Route 28 in Chatham, houses a vast array of antique and reproduction maps. The collection includes over 4,000 maps dating back as early as the 1600’s. Maps include celestial maps, nautical charts, New England maps, Cape Cod maps, reproductions, and etchings & engravings.

The East Wind Silver Company is a surprising gallery where sterling silver meets art. Celebrating its 10th year in Chatham, the company designs and manufactures beautiful sterling jewelry and it carries select designers from around the world.

Outer Cape

The Addison Art Gallery is “one of the most successful galleries in the country” astounding “the public with art by newly discovered artists and masterpieces by established artists.” American Art Collector

The Julie Heller Gallery is a monument to Provincetown’s rich heritage as an art colony. Housing the most extensive Provincetown art available for purchase anywhere, much of the gallery is hung salon style with the walls filled end to end with striking treasures. Its list of artists reads like a Who’s Who of Provincetown’s art history.

The Berta Walker Gallery has been highlighting the rich cultural heritage of Provincetown’s more than 100-year old art colony for 24 years, and is known for showing a wide variety of important Provincetown-affiliated art and artists