PAAM At The Statehouse

November 1 - January 31, 2018

About the Exhibition

This past October, we had the pleasure of installing an exhibition at the Boston State House of works from our Permanent Collection selected by state senators. We’re grateful to have the opportunity to exhibit the work of so many Outer Cape artists at our state’s capital and policy center, and we love sharing the PAAM collection with as many people and institutions as possible. Thank you especially to State Senator Julian Cyr for inviting us and coordinating this effort!

Hundreds of artists have, for shorter or longer times, called outer Cape Cod home. Several of them are represented in the PAAM Collection, which has over 3,000 works by more than 700 artists. The Museum also holds an extensive archive of materials referencing the artists whose work is represented in the collection, as well as ephemera associated with the continual activities of the Museum and Association. The Museum provides these resources on request to scholars and historians.

The artwork

Lennie Alickman, PAAM Flowers; Cid Bolduc, untitled; William Harper Evaul, Mars and Squire; Richard Florsheim, Rising Moon; John Cuthbert Hare, A Cape Cod Harbor; Charles Heinz, Eastham Windmill; Megan Hinton, City Park (Washington Square); Angelo Ippolito, untitled; Joseph Kaplan, untitled (breakwater figures); Sheila Miles, untitled (red leaves); Haynes Ownby, Water Music; Mischa Richter, untitled; Howie Schneider, Great Moments in Art History: Joan Miró; TJ Walton, Still Life with Blue Vase; TJ Walton, Still Life with Black Vase; Taro Yamamoto, 40 Commercial Street; Joyce Zavorskas, Wandering at Whitecrest; Susan Baker, Roy Cohn Closes the Boatslip Bar on the 4th of July Singing “God Bless America” in Tears; Susan Baker, Robert Creeley Applauds for Hours at Nothing, Nobody Knows Why. He Spent the Next Night in Jail in a Gold Lamé Gown…

 

IMAGE: Joseph Kaplan, untitled (breakwater figures)