Welcome to Blue Gallery
Blue Gallery features the work of more than 30 craft artists and makers. Many are local to Cape Cod and New England. All are from the United States. At Blue Gallery you will find a variety of exquisitely crafted and unique handmade items for you and your home. Blue Gallery is also home to Blueberry Lane Pottery, the functional stoneware and porcelain pottery of Truro potter Paul Wisotzky.
The gallery is located in historic Provincetown, Massachusetts on the very tip of Cape Cod. We are on Commercial Street in the East End right on the harbor with a view of the very tip of Cape Cod. Each year we welcome visitors from around the world. At Blue Gallery our motto is Please Touch!
Blue Gallery is a gold and silver medal winner in the 2016 Best of Cape Cod winner in Cape Cod Life’s Annual Reader’s Poll.
389 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA 02657
There is a private, paid parking lot adjacent to the gallery. There is a small public parking lot near the gallery at Johnson Street. Additional public parking is available at several other locations in Provincetown. For more information on parking and visiting Provincetown, please visit ptownchamber.com.
How We Started
I started Blue Gallery as a way to bring a varied, unique and affordable portfolio of fine craft to the Outer Cape. The area has a rich and diverse arts community but is strangely lacking in venues for fine craft artists and makers to display and sell their work. I hope that Blue Gallery can help to fill this void.
We live in a world of mass production where little is known about the making of most of the objects in our every day life. Yet there is a rich and vibrant community of craft artists still creating, making and building on the history of American craft. I see Blue Gallery as a small window into that world and an opportunity for all of us to celebrate this diverse and talented community of artists, their creativity and the handmade.
Wouldn't it be wonderful if we knew the name and a little bit of the story of the artists who make the items we use and look at every day. Whether it be the jewelry around our neck, the bag slung over our shoulder, the lamp that lights the room or the mug we drink our coffee from each morning. Even better what if the makers of these items lived in your community! Wherever you live, these artists and makers exist. I encourage you to seek them out and support them.
Blue Gallery hopes to play a small role in keeping the tradition of American craft and the process of making alive and well. We look forward to seeing you soon.
-- Paul Wisotzky, Gallery Owner and Studio Potter