Christian Science Monitor
The Julie Heller East Art Gallery is one of the many galleries in town. “A magical confluence” is how Vivian Bullaudy, director of exhibitions at the Hollis Taggart Galleries in New York, describes the vibrant Provincetown arts colony.
Will Connor (l.) and Sherman Clarke (r.) peruse the art at the Julie Heller Gallery. The town has supported many industries over the centuries, legal and not, including piracy, bootlegging, fishing, whaling, and salt production. But the production of plays, novels, and paintings has been by far the most important factor in shaping the town.