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Chapman Art Gallery

Chapman Art Gallery

Located in the seaside village of Cotuit, Chapman Art Gallery is an airy space where wide-board floors and exposed beams testify to its early life as a late 18th-century barn. But artworks in a lively cross-section of styles represent contemporary talents both emerging and established. The gallery proudly shows paintings by Sam Barber, Jill Bates, Peter Coes, Karen Crocker, William R. Davis, Jason Eldredge, Jim Freeheart, Carole Chisholm Garvey, Kevin King, Theodore Ladd, Susan O’Brien McLean, Mary Moquin, Kay Ritter and Odin Smith. An unpretentious place that celebrates artistic excellence, the gallery also features large-scale original prints by Pop Art pioneer Jim Dine. Frequent special exhibitions mean there’s always something new to see.

Owner Scott Chapman looks forward to your visit. His philosophy: “Art can take you back to a fond memory of the past or allow you to dream of where you want to go. I opened the gallery because I found comfort and serenity in the world of art and creativity. I want people to visit and stay awhile and enjoy what they see at their own pace. We don’t have to talk about buying and selling art: We can talk about art. It’s about the experience.” The gallery resides across Route 28 from the Cahoon Museum of American Art and just down the road from Cotuit Center for the Arts.

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