Provincetown Artists and Galleries

Artists old and new have found their inspiration here. Whether you want to create, collect or just absorb, Provincetown can be your inspiration too.

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Provincetown Artist Registry

The Provincetown Artist Registry is a comprehensive directory of artists who have lived, or found their inspiration, here in Provincetown. The site is a great resource for collectors, art lovers, gallery goers, visitors and friends of the arts.


Screen Shot 2014 04 11 at 1.26.45 PMProvincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM)

100 Workshops, 100 Years: Celebrate PAAM100: A Century of Inspiration at the Museum School

Register for a summer workshop via their website.






Addison Art Gallery
43 Route 28, Orleans
fax (508)240-2531  email:

Representing the region's leading artists including Lois Griffel, Garry Gilmartin, Peter Quidley, Steve Allrich, Paul Schulenburg, Joyce Johnson, Barbara Cohen, Charles Sovek, John Rogers, Elizabeth Pratt and others. Oils, egg temperas, watercolors, limited edition prints, contemporary sculpture.


Charles-Baltivik Gallery and Sculpture Garden
432 Commercial Street (next to Ciro & Sal's)
(508)487-3611 email:

Specializing in Contemporary Provincetown and Cape Cod Art. Works by Katherine Baltivik, Ilene Charles and Hilary Osborn. Hours daily 11-4 and 6-10. Visit our website at


Provincetown Artist Registry

The Provincetown Artist Registry is a comprehensive directory of artists who have lived, or found their inspiration, here in Provincetown.


Berta Walker Gallery
208 Bradford Street (near Howland Street)
(508) 487-6411 fax (508) 487-8794

Provincetown affiliated artists including painting, sculpture, works on paper, folk art furniture and African tribal art.


Julie Heller Gallery
2 Gosnold Street (across from Adams Pharmacy, town landing on the beach.)

Featuring contemporary and early Provincetown art including Milton Avery, Robert Motherwell, Nan Goldin, Marguerite Zorach, Elizabeth Solomon, Polly Burnell, Blanche Lazzell, Charles Hawthorne. Also, an unusually fine selection of antique and estate jewelry, as well as commitment rings. Year round.

Studio S/Pet Portraits and More
Whaler's Wharf/3rd floor

Brenda Silva, Provincetown native, paints heritage scapes of her neighborhood; equine art, pet portraits, or Still life, directly from photographs you provide, real-izing natural nuances.


Studio La Sil
336 Commercial St.
Provincetown, MA 02657

Jewelry for the Art Lover. ~Studio on Site:  Glass Lamp Working, Metals and Stones~  Made and Run by a Woman, Leanne Marie Silva.


Wohlfarth Galleries
Whaler's Wharf
(508)487-6569(summer) 202-526-8022(winter)

American Impressionism, painters of the Cape Cod School of Art, in the tradition of Charles Hawthorne and Henry Hensche, fine photography, sculpture. Director, Lavinia Wohlfarth.


Provincetown Art Association and Museum
460 Commercial Street
(508)487-1750; fax(508)487-4372

Founded in 1914, the Provincetown Art Association and Museum features over 1800 works by over 500 artists who have worked and lived on the Outer Cape. Open year-round, PAAM features special exhibitions, juried shows, concerts, lectures, and classes.

performance & media

Provincetown Film Festival 508-487-6378
Provincetown Repertory Theatre 508-487-0600
Provincetown Theatre Company 508-487-8673


Box Office 508-349-6835 or toll-free 866-282-9428 -- Administration 508-349-3011

Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, the oldest, professional non-profit theater on Cape Cod, has earned an international reputation for its cutting-edge, adventurous productions. Lauded by major critics---The Boston Globe hails WHAT for its "continually adventurous theater"---WHAT has been repeatedly named as one of the best theater companies in the New England area.