With a history of working for the Provincetown Art Association and Museum and the Cape Cod School of Art, Helen Addison founded the Addison Art Gallery almost 20 years ago. The renowned gallery carefully chooses from the hundreds of worthy artists seeking representation each year, resulting in gallery rooms full of distinctive works by award-winning artists. Masterfully rendered landscapes of the Outer Cape, iconic Provincetown scenes, and portraits of the fishing fleet can all be found in this highly respected gallery. Visit during an opening reception to meet artists and discover the inspirations behind their work.
The Addison Art Gallery represents some of the most interesting painters inspired by — and working in — Provincetown including Robert Abele, Frank Gardner, Marc Hanson, Jeff Jamison, Joyce Johnson, Marc Kundmann and Paul Schulenburg.
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
“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 hugh success.” — Oil Painters of America
“…Addison has introduced outstanding American artists, such as Rick Fleury and Paul Schulenburg, to collectors from coast to coast, in addition to bringing Olivier Suire Verley to the U.S. market.” — American Art Collector
The Addison Art Gallery
43 Route 28
Orleans, MA 02653, États-Unis