Berta Walker Gallery presents "the History of American Art" as seen through the eyes of Provincetown, the oldest, largest, longest ongoing art colony in America, and, in 1915, the birthplace of American theatre.
Provincetown is also the first landing place of the Pilgrims, landing in 1620 where the Mayflower Compact, the earliest and successful first attempt at Democracy, was written and signed.
Wrote Andre Van Der Wende in Provincetown Arts: "Berta Walker's gallery mission is voiced in the motto that has guided her over the years, 'Presenting the History of American Art as seen through the Eyes of Provincetown'. She aims for nothing less than documenting the role that artists associated with Provincetown have played in the major movements in American art in the last [century] . . . making the past vital to the living artists she represents, replenishing the present with a curatorial finesse that is highly regarded."
NOW REPRESENTING: Donald Beal, Paul Bowen, Polly Burnell, Mike Carroll, Lucy Clark, Joseph Diggs, Rob DuToit, William Fitts, Robert Henry, Grace Hopkins, Brenda Horowitz, Penelope Jencks, Judyth Katz, Danielle Mailer, Deb Mell, Erna Partoll, Sky Power, Blair Resika, Paul Resika, Laura Shabott, Bert Yarborough, Murray Zimiles
Folk Art: Michael J. Andrews, Hyman Shrand
Guest photographers: Susumu Kishihara, John Romualdi, John Thomas
Estates: Varujan Boghosian, Gilbert Franklin, Sue Fuller, Elspeth Halvorsen, Budd Hopkins, John Kearney, Anne MacAdam, Selina Trieff, Ione Gaul Walker, Peter Watts, Nancy Whorf
Masters in Our Collections: Milton Avery, Gerritt Beneker, Byron Browne, Oliver Chaffee, James Floyd Clymer, Salvatore Del Deo, Jim Forsberg, Sue Fuller, Dorothy Lake Gregory, Marsden Hartley, Charles Heinz, Charles W. Hawthorne, Hans Hofmann, Peter Hunt, Karl Knaths, Blanche Lazzell, Lucy L'Engle, Herman Maril, Alfred Maurer, Ross Moffett, Vollian Rann, Helen Sawyer, Carl Sprinchorn, Marjorie Strider, Agnes Weinrich