Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day

We hope you can join us for an exhibition of new works, to meet our newest artist, David Kooharian, and to chat with Paul Batch, Jonathan Earle, Andrea Petitto, Amy Sanders, Paul Schulenburg, and Cleber Stecei who plan to attend our reception from 4:00 to 6:00.

Weather permitting, Paul Batch will be demonstrating oil painting on the gallery lawn.

The exhibition will include portrait studies of Danielle Greendeer, a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag Nation, completed by Paul Schulenburg and others.

A portion of sales from the day will be donated to the Native American Rights Fund, the nonprofit legal organization defending the rights of Native Americans. Collectors will also receive a Palo Santos stick bundle prepared by Marcus Hendricks, an indigenous professional who provides education on the history and traditions of his cultural heritage as well as creates and distributes handmade Wampum jewelry, traditional indigenous items, and culturally sustainable foods.

“Indigenous Peoples’ Day recognizes that Native people are the first inhabitants of the Americas, including the lands that later became the United States of America. And it urges Americans to rethink history.” —Smithsonian Magazine

Olivier Suire Verley: New works

While pandemic uncertainty delays Olivier Suire Verley’s return to the states until 2022, we are happy to present a full exhibition of his new works for you now. As completed, works are available to preview and to reserve at the gallery and on AddisonArt.com. (Works began selling prior to arrival in the gallery and we are happy to take requests.)

Addison Art Gallery’s 25th Summer

Painting demonstrations by Maryalice Eizenberg and Amy Sanders from 10:00 to noon, Andrea Petitto from noon to 2:00, and Paul Batch from 3:00 to 4:00. Please join the artists for a toast from 4:00 to 6:00 and treats all day.

For a quarter of a century, the Addison Art Gallery has been honored to represent emerging and master artists from across the United States, Canada and France. Addison is the creator of After Hopper, Before the Masterpieces, Outermost Inspirations, Cape Lore and In Thoreau’s Views. The gallery’s reputation for personal service and community support is unmatched.
After Hopper Artists and collectors flock to Cape Cod from all across the globe, just to see the sites that Edward Hopper painted. Half a century after his death, new generations continue to be inspired by his work and the area that this great American painter chose as his home. Creative people in all fields learn from those who have gone before: while honoring their teachers, they add their own talents and experience, their own selves, and make something new. Acknowledging and ever grateful for Edward Hopper’s influence, “After Hopper” celebrates the artists of today who continue to pursue Hopper’s path in their own unique ways. The Addison Art Gallery invites the public to “After Hopper” events and exhibitions of work created by contemporary artists inspired by Edward Hopper and Cape Cod.
In Thoreau’s Views “Wishing to get a better view than I had yet had of the ocean, which, we are told, covers more than two-thirds of the globe, but of which a man who lives a few miles inland may never see any trace, more than of another world, I made a visit to Cape Cod.” —Henry David Thoreau
“Best Art Gallery Cape Cod” — Cape Cod Magazine
“One of the nation’s leading year-round galleries” American Art Collector magazine
“Only the most riveting of talent“—Insider’s Guide to Cape Cod
Editor’s Choice Award: Fine Art Gallery—Cape Cod Life
“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 magazine
“Housed in a beautiful and quaint old red house, the gallery’s charming appeal draws visitors from around the world to its doors. Once inside, the exciting and resplendent artwork beckons collectors to walk slowly through its warm and cozy interior to take in each and every painting along the way. It is no surprise then, that the Eastern Regional Exhibition was such a huge success.”—Oil Painters of America

Jonathan McPhillips One Man Show

“Current Attractions” New paintings celebrating the places and lives we love, and the summertime connections that last a lifetime.
Join Jonathan for a demonstration from 11:00 to 1:00 and a reception from 4:00 to 6:00

Jonathan McPhillips graduated from Connecticut College in 1993 with a Cum Laude Distinction in Fine Art. Working equally in the studio and on location, his work includes the harbors, beaches, vessels, and architecture of our coastal marine environment—a celebration of coastal New England.


Recent accomplishments include multiple awards in juried shows at the Salmagundi Club, NY, NY and the achievement of signature status in The American Impressionists Society. Jonathan continues to be invited by the U.S. Department of State to participate in the “Art in Embassies” program which has sent his work to U.S. embassies around the globe.


Artist’s Statement
“Each painting is a problem to solve, or a puzzle to piece together; a playful, yet serious endeavor, and a celebration of our surroundings. There is no greater reward than knowing that a painting has captivated a friend or a stranger. We see many things everyday with heightened digital clarity, yet original artwork always conveys a sense of mystery and magic for all. I see painting as an unspoken and unwritten way to connect our hearts and minds through depictions of shared experience.” Jonathan McPhillips

Paul Schulenburg’s 21st One Man Show

Paul Schulenburg is an internationally collected artist whose work has shown in the Hopper House Museum, twice in solo shows at the Cape Cod Museum of Art, and in many group exhibitions at CCMA, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, and Cahoon Museum of American Art. He has appeared over a dozen times in respected national art publications including the cover of American Art Collector.

He will be at the gallery to meet with collectors from 11:00am to 1:00pm and from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.

Schulenburg won the Patrons’ Choice Award at the Copley Society of Art, multiple awards at the prestigious Salmagundi Club in NYC, and was awarded a month long residency at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown MA. He is juried member of Oil Painters of America. In 1987 he was commissioned by the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to create a portrait of museum trustee Eliot Forbes.

For 20 years, Paul created award-winning art for publication worldwide. His client list included: Digital Equipment Corporation, Cigna, Fidelity Investments, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Lucent Technologies, Sunoco, TIME, U.S. News and World Report, The Wall Street Journal, Columbia Journalism Review, Cahners, Prentice Hall, Houghton Mifflin, and Ziff-Davis.

Paul earned a BFA in painting at Boston University School of Fine Arts where he studied with Joseph Ablow, Sidney Hurwitz, and John Wilson. Boston University provided an educational foundation that emphasized the fundamentals of classical art training: anatomy and form, color, composition and draftsmanship.

Schulenburg’s oils can be found in prestigious collections throughout the United States, in Canada, Europe and Hong Kong.

Abele and Eizenberg: Our Illuminated Landscape

You are invited to join Robert Abele and Maryalice Eizenberg for demonstrations from 4 to 4:45, reception 5 to 7, and an exhibition of new work capturing light-filled scenes from the shore, gardens, and towns of Cape Cod.

Maryalice will reference a plein air study for a larger studio piece, demonstrating a detailed underpainting start with possibilities for changes in composition. During application of heavier pigment she will discuss brush and color choices influencing emotional response.

Robert Abele will discuss his use of the limited palette and how he strives for simplicity in his work, demonstrating his process (refined over 30 years) working directly in oils applying paint in the alla prima technique completing his canvas in one session. Robert’s use of cold wax medium resulting in luscious impasto brush strokes on the canvas will also be covered.

After Hopper 2019

Artists and collectors flock to Cape Cod from all across the globe, just to see the sites that Edward Hopper painted. Half a century after his death, new generations continue to be inspired by his work and the area that this great American painter chose as his home. Creative people in all fields learn from those who have gone before: while honoring their teachers, they add their own talents and experience, their own selves, and make something new.

Acknowledging and ever grateful for Edward Hopper’s influence, “After Hopper” celebrates the artists of today who continue to pursue Hopper’s path in their own unique ways.

We will start with an oil painting demonstration by Maryalice Eizenberg at 4:00; the reception will run until 7:00. Eizenberg’s demonstration painting will be based on a building with architectural elements reminiscent of Hopper’s “Cape Cod Evening”. It has been unoccupied for many years and has that lonely feel often found in Hopper’s work. (Sadly, it is scheduled for demolition in September.)

We hope you can join us.

Olivier Suire Verley One Man Show Reception

Always looking for new lights, Olivier travels often, to Italy (Rome, Venice), Morocco, Spain, Egypt, Mauritius, etc. He shows throughout France, in China, Japan and, in the United States, exclusively at the Addison Art Gallery. His work is featured multiple books and films.

Artist’s Statement

Helen and I have been working together since 2005. I hope this exhibition will be as lively and full of spontaneity as the previous seven!

My first inspiration remains the human being and its environment, its connivance; small scenes of life become exceptional if one knows how to pay attention to them. Fleeting lights and movement, dynamics, our hesitations that give a meaning to life.

I love Helen Addison’s Gallery. The eclecticism of Helen’s choices, the friendliness of her collector friends, their loyalty and courage to open themselves to less conventional art forms. I too live on a coast: that of an Atlantic island, Île de Ré; its charms, for those who know, could be confused with those of Cape Cod. Light, sand dunes, that “islander” character imposed on us by geography, that seafarers’ solidarity, and the endless sky that opens heart and mind.

“When one imagines Olivier’s paintings, it immediately brings to mind the true meaning of the French phrase, “joie de vivre.” Spanning the world from Morocco to Rome, Egypt to Venice, Mr. Verley’s works inspire and capture the essence of his subjects, be it horses and their Moroccan riders going full gallop across the plains or a farmer captured in a field of ruby drenched poppies. His paintings have the capacity to energize and evoke feelings of desiring to be there…in that place, experiencing all the possibilities of life.” — Tom and Trish O’Connor

Just prior to this reception the French Cable Station Museum (next door at 41 South Orleans Road) invites the public to toast Olivier Suire Verley at 4:00 pm.

The French Cable Station, built in 1891, was the American termination point for a telegraph cable that came directly to Cape Cod from France. It remained in operation until 1959 except for a few years (1940 to 1952) during WWII when it was closed for security reasons. News of the stock market crash and Charles Lindberg’s trans-Atlantic flight, were among the many important messages sent over decades. The station was purchased in 1972 from France by a committee of prominent — and generous — Orleans citizens.

Jonathan Earle: Emerging Artist One Man Show

Jonathan Earle was born on Cape Cod in 1971. After graduating from The University of Massachusetts with a degree in landscape architecture, he spent 20 years in architectural and construction management. As his career path moved him further and further away from expressing his ideas with pencil and paper, he returned to his true passion, painting.

“Creating a sense of place in the landscape is at the core of landscape architecture. A sense of place is the experience or emotions associated within a familiar setting. It is this principle that I draw upon when painting, the dimension that is formed by people’s relationship with their physical setting, whether an actual figure in the painting or the viewer. I aim to capture the emotion and energy of that place. Whether it be the energy of a crowded street or the potential energy of idle traffic at a stoplight, both evoke emotion and feeling for a place.”

Jonathan is a member of the Cape Cod Art Association, where his work has received numerous Best in Show awards, and The Arnold Coleman Award. His works have also received top awards from various other art organizations. Jonathan lives in Sandwich with his wife and two children.

Paul Batch: Sweet Light of New England

Recent works by Paul Batch inspired by the sweet light found on evening walks around New England. The works in this exhibition are are a poetic response to shared experiences conveyed through paint, representative of scenes we know while perhaps not intended to be literal representations of specific places.

Join the artist for a demonstration from 4 to 4:45 for a brief while surprisingly informative demonstration illustrating how composition, value, scale and edges can work together to create a sense of atmosphere in a painting, followed by a reception from 5:00 to 7:00.

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