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Provincetown Views\, a group exhibition featuring twentieth and twenty-first century artwork by more than forty artists will open at AC ME Fine Art's 38 Newbury Street Galleries on 19 May 2012. 

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The exhi bition will be titled Provincetown Views and will focus thematically on the artists' view of what has come to be considered America's most important a rt colony\, Provincetown Massachusetts. Gallery Director David Cowan has as sembled the artwork for the exhibition from a variety of sources\, includin g private collections\, estates of artists\, artists that ACME Fine Art rep resents\, and from numerous contemporary artists currently creating artwork in Provincetown. This special exhibition is being mounted as a tribute to the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. The Fine Arts Work Center is a n ot-for-profit organization based in Provincetown\, Massachusetts that is th e single largest provider of fellowships to emerging visual artists and cre ative writers in the World. A portion of all sales proceeds throughout the duration of the exhibition will be donated to the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. Provincetown Views will be on view at ACME Fine Art through S aturday 23 June 2012.

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The exhibition will be presented in a salon s tyle format that will allow the juxtaposition of what might now be consider ed the traditional viewpoint of artists such as Charles Hawthorne\, E. Ambr ose Webster and Edwin Dickinson with the point of view demonstrated by mode rn masters such as Hans Hofmann\, Jack Tworkov\, Karl Knaths and Giorgio Ca vallon. 

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Likewise\, the exhibition will showcase classic examples o f white-line woodblock "Provincetown" prints by artists like Ferol Warthen\ , Grace Martin Taylor\, and Bill Evaul\, alongside monotypes and contempora ry "constructions" by artists such as Susan Baker and Paul Bowen. The expre ssionist's vision of Provincetown will be seen in mid-twentieth century pai ntings by Maurice Freedman\, Myrna Harrison\, Lester Johnson and Lillian Or lowsky. This can be seen in contrast to the realist precision presented in the contemporary work created by artists such as John Dowd\, Paul Kelly\, M arion Roth\, and Michael David. Landscapes by twentieth century moderns Dan iel Brustlein\, Virginia Berresford\, Wolf Kahn\, and Tony Vevers will be p resented alongside interior views by their contemporaries Mary Hackett\, an d Biala (Janice Tworkov.)

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In recognition of the essential role that the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown plays in assuring the long-term vitality of the contemporary arts scene on the outer Cape\, the Provincetow n Views exhibition will also feature "views" by a number of former Fine Art s Work Center fellows in the visual arts. In addition to those already ment ioned above\, this illustrious group will include: Bailey Bob Bailey\, Ron Shuebrook\, Sharli Powers Land\, Stewart MacFarlane\, Polly Burnell\, and R ichard Baker\, among others.

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