Directions to Simie Maryles Gallery:
From Boston: Take Route 3 South to Route 6 East. Stay on Route 6 all the way until Provincetown. Take the first entrance into Provincetown, marked "East End".
From New York: Take 95 North to 195 North to Route 6 East. Stay on Route 6 all the way until Provincetown. Take the first entrance into Provincetown, marked "East End".
ARTIST RECEPTIONS: In these unusual times all shows will be online...with safely distanced visits to the gallery. Masks a must.
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Special Gallery Shows 2020
July 3 Group show featuring new work by gallery artists.
July 10 William D. Hobbs 'Roll on, Deep and Dark Blue Ocean, Roll'
July 17 Kenneth Cadwallader 'An American in the Footsteps of Ancient China'
July 24 Simie Maryles 'A Bold Brush'
July 31Marina Dieul 'Adorable et Attachant
August 7 Kathryn Engberg & Tsultrim Tenzin: 'Painting in the Beaux Arts Tradition'
August 14 Kurt Walters 'The Bavarian Dessert Series'
August 21 'Fauna:
In the Wild, In the Yard and On the Couch'
Anne Blair Brown, Marina Dieul, Barry Levin, Simie Maryles & Richard Rosenblatt
August 28 An exhibition by gallery artists
Simie Maryles Gallery, founded in 1998, is an artist-owned gallery representing traditional art by contemporary artists. The gallery exhibits art by a small select group of extraorinary artists from across the country and abroad, thoughtfully chosen for the compelling quality of their work as well as their respect for excellent craftsmanship. The works include oil paintings and drawings with artistic styles ranging from classical to impressionist humorous and fanciful.
Situated in Provincetown on the tip of Cape Cod, MA, Simie Maryles Gallery is located in the East End of town in the heart of the gallery district in this community long known for its art colony and generally colorful and Bohemian flair. The gallery's owner/director is painter Simie Maryles.
Although Provincetown is well known as a summer resort town, Simie Maryles Gallery is open all year, 10 to 10 daily in summer, gradually mellowing down to weekends all winter, and then lengthening hours again through the spring. The gallery hosts changing exhibitions every Friday night with wine and cheese. In addition to featured shows in the gallery, Simie Maryles Gallery hosts changing exhibits at The Pointe at Crowne Pointe Historic Inn and Spa, 82 Bradford Street, Provincetown.
Simie Maryles Gallery is easy to find by car or on foot, and is handicapped accessible.