The Institution for Savings Art Gallery, located on the first floor of the Firehouse, hosts 12 art exhibits each year. Artists are invited to submit examples of their work for review and selection by our Visual Arts Committee once a year. All art is for sale and proceeds benefit the artist and Firehouse Center for the Arts. A reception is scheduled for each show and offers a great opportunity to meet the artists.
Wednesday - Sunday
12:00 Noon - 5:00 PM (or until curtain)
A collection of striking images by Dmitri Serdukoff that puts simple objects - mechanisms, torn and twisted iron, steel, and rust - that usually receive little notice at the center of attention as they are: naturally beautiful.
A collection of stunning photographs capturing the magic of historic lighthouses under brilliant stars on new moon nights.
High-energy photos of great performers that will bring any fan back to that
instant where sight, sound and emotion merge into something greater, by North Shore-based
performance photographer Rocco Coviello.
Pastel paintings inspired by both the harsh reality and the beauty of the life of clam diggers on the North Shore’s mud flats.
Evocative expressions of the shifting landscape along the shoreline of Long Island, New York.
Contemporary paintings with a historical twist, inspired by old postcards, Polaroid pictures, and images from public records and books from the late 1800s-early 1900s of Provincetown.
Intricate mosaics, comprised of thousands of tiny shimmering seed beads woven into breathtaking glass canvases.
Musings and Landscapes
An exploration of the subtle changes of nature through a series of oil paintings and sketches of the lengthy expanse of the seacoast of New England.
A series of powerful and inventive still life portraits that investigate the issues of women’s empowerment and changing identity.
An exhibit of strikingly detailed oil paintings that offer a close-up look into the amazing patterns and natural colors found in the eyes and feathers of raptors.