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Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Flat Iron Exchange - Coffeehouse + Local Talent

Cynthia Lee Bowler has a large body of her new textile artwork on exhibit at:

Flat Iron Exchange
51 the Square
Bellows Falls, VT 05101
Open Daily 6am - 9pm

The show runs November 21, 2014 - February 18, 2015
Opening Reception:
This Friday, November 21st, 5:30pm 

The Flat Iron Exchange is a great new coffee shop ~ warm and cozy, featuring local music, art, coffee, baked goods and a wonderful community ~ Come on out and enjoy!!

Sunday, November 16, 2014

SOFA Chicago 2014

Cashing in on one of the many perks of having a grown child who lives in Chicago, my husband and I scheduled a visit with her to coincide with SOFA Chicago 2014.

It goes without saying that being in a gigantic exhibition space, with jaw-dropping work from more than 70 international galleries, bordered on sensory overload. But one gets into a rhythm navigating among the displays and the many observers, and soon becomes swept up in the sheer visual luxury of such an exhibition. 

It’s no exaggeration to say that much of the work was mind-boggling in its intelligence and expertise of craftsmanship.

Anthea Walsh (detail) 2014  Hand embroidery, cyanotype print on linen
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Unfortunately photography was prohibited so I took a ton notes instead, and actually found it quite liberating to be able to just absorb the work, without the crutch of a camera as interpreter. 

In lieu of those missed photos, I’ve scanned images from gallery booklets and web-links to give you an idea of what caught my eye.

While mulling over my notes afterward, it occurred to me that there was a recurring theme: many artists excelled at combining disparate materials, accomplishing a seamless pairing in such a way that a new “conversation” was begun which traversed the traditional confines of media. 

The elegant silver and silk jewelry of Jeonghye Park, 
which I mistook for blown glass upon first glance.

Trap_1, 2013  Hand-dyed silk, 925 silver, copper

Initially I was disappointed that there was comparatively little fiber work displayed, and the art seemed to be overwhelmingly weighted toward glass. However, it soon became apparent that references to the techniques and materials used within a textile practice were common, even among works that contained no fiber. Again, many of these pieces stressed the interaction and coupling of materials one wouldn’t usually expect to find together. 

The upper half of Michael Bauermeister’s sculpture 
appeared to have been laced together.
Negative Space,  maple, aluminum, stainless steel, lacquer
34 x 8 x 8

A wooden bowl by Thomas Hopkins Gibson
a wood-turner who uses silver to mimic stitches to “repair” 
the natural cracks and faults in the “green” wood used in his pieces.

Whether intentional or not, I think this ongoing allusion to fiber art in general, and stitching in particular, speaks well to the power of textiles. It also acknowledges, regardless of medium,  how deeply ingrained the intrinsic techniques embraced through textiles are in the psyches of many artists.

   Stitched Bottle I, (MD2) Maple, silver, silk, 25cm

And be sure to check out the full-scale elephant masks 
made of wood sections that are stitched together.
 Unfortunately I wasn't able to transfer an image to this blog, 
The delight of discovering these unexpected pairings of seemingly incongruous materials via a serious nod to the techniques we textile artists rely upon, left me feeling quite inspired by the possibilities that reside in stretching beyond the predictable, while still remaining loyal to the roots of fiber traditions. It's a virtual goldmine of artistic potential. 
The challenge is to bring this idea back to the studio and to see where it leads. 
- Elizabeth Fram 

Thursday, November 6, 2014

TextileArt around the World

Waterbury Center member Elizabeth Fram has had her work included in the newly published book "TextileArt around the World" by Ellen Bakker of the Netherlands.

Featuring over 800 photographs of the art of 160 international artists, this is a unique collection of a great variety of textile art joined together in one book. ‘TextileArt around the world’ is the international sequel to ‘Textile is alive!’, which is an earlier publication displaying works from Dutch and Belgian textile artists. Each page is a new introduction to an artist.

(above image: "Detail of Transcendent Eclosion" by Elizabeth Fram) 
Sounds like inspiring winter reading!!! To purchase your copy, click here.

Fiber Art on Film

Montpelier member Karen Henderson has had two of her landscape inspired fiber wall pieces used on the set of the feature length film "Louder than Bombs".

     (above image: 'Peripheral' by Karen Henderson)

The movie is directed by Joachim Trier, an award winning Norwegian director and writer. Starring Gabriel Bryne, Jesse Eisenberg, Rachel Brosnahan, and Isabelle Huppert, among others, it is scheduled to release sometime in 2015.

      (above image: 'Source' by Karen Henderson)

Here's hoping we'll get more than a glimpse of the pieces once all the editing is done!

Friday, October 24, 2014

Gallery in the Woods featuring Fiber!

Our Southern VT members have joined creative forces:

Jackie Abrams and Karen Kamenetzky have their work on Exhibit at:

154 Main Street
Brattleboro, VT

 Their work compliments each other greatly! It's an exhibit well worth making the trip for.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

SPUN: An Innovative All Fiber Exhibition

Eve Jacobs-Carnahan's piece Knotweed:Not Safe (shown above) will be on display as part of 
SPUN: An Innovative All Fiber Exhibition at Etui Fiber Arts Gallery in Larchmont, NY.  
The show runs October 17 - November 10, 2014.  
Works were chosen by Bartholomew F. Bland, Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Hudson River Museum.  
For more information on the show, click here.

Etui Fiber Arts Gallery
2106 Boston Post Rd.
Larchmont, NY 10538
914-341-1427 FAX

Tuesday-Thursday 10-5
Friday-Saturday  10-4
Sunday-Monday  CLOSED 

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Hooked in the Mountains!

Green Mountain Rug Hooking Guild is gearing up for their 17th Annual Exhibit:

Hooked in the Mountains XV11 Hooked Rug Show
October 15-19, 10am-4pm

Grand Opening Party: Tuesday, October 14th, 6:00pm

Blue Ribbon Pavilion, Champlain Valley Expo
Essex Junction, VT

Click here to register for the Reception ($15)

Experience the Marvelous Mysteries of the loop!  Meet the Featured Creators of this incredible magic!

Invite your family and friends to attend!  Join us for a Sweet Soiree, Enjoy Sparkling libations, Savory treats, Incredible sweets and don’t forget to put on your party clothes for dancing to the smooth swing of jazz as you feast your eyes upon the Wonders of Wool!


Essex Junction Fairgrounds
105 Pearl Street
Essex Junction, VT 05452


Thursday, September 25, 2014

Champlain Valley Expo Fiber Arts Festival!

Champlain Valley Quilter's Guild & Green Mountain Rug Hooking Guild are teaming up to share the combined talents of both groups at the upcoming

Champlain Valley Expo Fiber Arts Festival
October 18  & 19, 2014
Opening Reception:Friday, October 17 

Jericho member Marya Lowe will be showing eight art quilts that celebrate the beauty of Mochaware, a decorative pottery produced in England, France, and North America in the early 1800's. 

To see these works and others, please visit the Champlain Valley Quilt Guild Exhibit and the annual Hooked in the Mountains Exhibit at:

Essex Junction Fairgrounds
105 Pearl Street
Essex Junction, VT 05452

ICA in Boston featuring Fiber Sculpture

Fiber: Sculpture 1960present
October 1, 2014 - January 4, 2015
The Institute of Contemporary Art
West Gallery
100 Northern Avenue
Boston, MA 02210
Fiber: Sculpture 1960present is the first exhibition in 40 years to examine the development of abstraction and dimensionality in fiber art from the mid-twentieth century through to the present. Adapting age-old techniques and traditional materials, artists working in fiber manipulate gravity, light, color, mass, and transparency to demonstrate the infinite transformations and iterations of their material. Early pioneers such as Magdalena Abakanowicz, Sheila Hicks, Lenore Tawney, and Claire Zeisler demonstrated a revolutionary redefinition of fiber art in the 1960s and 70s, showcasing radical, non-representational forms. Fiber: Sculpture 1960present addresses the cultural and critical forces that contributed to the initial efflorescence of the fiber revolution in the mid-century, its contraction in the 1980s, and its recent reclamation by contemporary artists.

Crisscrossing generations, nationalities, processes, and approaches, the exhibition features approximately 50 works by 34 artists—including works by the aforementioned artists alongside Olga de Amaral, Eva Hesse, Ernesto Neto, Rosemarie Trockel, Anne Wilson, and Haegue Yang—that range from small-scale weavings to immersive environments, all made in fiber.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Fall Open Studio Tours!

The Vermont Craft Council has the Fall Open Studio Tours coming up soon!

Saturday & Sunday
October 4 & 5
10am - 5pm

Visit HERE to find all the Open Studio Artists' Locations & Directions

Dianne Shullenberger of Jericho will have her Studio and Gallery open for the event.

(Above image: "Emerging" by Dianne Shullenberger - Colored Pencil)


Shullenberger Gallery
228 Nashville Road
Jericho, VT
There will also be a Special Preview Party & Book Signing
Friday, October 3, 5:30-7:30pm

Local Artist Betsy Chapek will also be exhibiting in the Gallery!

Of Land and Local


Now in its second year, Of Land & Local is a multidisciplinary, state-wide exhibition designed to initiate a dialogue about issues surrounding the Vermont landscape.  Our shared history in land and our pride for the local lay the groundwork for this annual exhibition. Of Land and Local will be presented at several veteran venues from its 2013 namesake in concert with new sites to widen the visitor experience.  Opportunities to critically engage with contemporary artwork as it reflects on and exists within the Vermont landscape will offer viewers the chance to contemplate the significance and strength, as well as the vulnerability and fragility of our surroundings.

Dianne Shullenberger  
will have her artwork included in the exhibit at
Shelburne Farms Coach Barn

October 9 — 26, 2014

Opening Reception: Thursday, Oct. 9, 5-8pm

Artists at location: Judy Natal, Nancy Winship Milliken, Kathryn Lipke, Eben Markowski, Alexandra Heller, Douglas Biklen, Adrienne Ginter, Lynda McIntyre, Kate Katomski, Annemie Curlin, Leslie Fry, Dianne Shullenberger, Brenda Garand, Susan Raber Bray, Wendy Copp.

Shelburne Farms
1611 Harbor Road
VT 05482

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Finding a Common Thread: A Contemporary Fiber Art Show

Chandler Center for the Arts presents ‘Finding a Common Thread’ a contemporary fiber arts exhibit. 
Join us for a free opening night reception on Sept 21 from 4-6pm, with a cash bar, to meet many of the artists and purchase your favorite piece. 

(Artwork Above, left to right: Detail of Fly with Me: Shari Boraz, Leaf of Hair: Jenine Shereos, Sunset Dory: Claire Graham-Smith)

Featuring artwork by Gretchen Alexander,  Shari Boraz, Cynthia Bowler, Tarja Cockell, Rosalind Daniels, Pamela Druhen, Alisa Dworsky, Nancy Evans, Elizabeth Fram, Eve Gagnon, Marilyn Gillis, Claire Graham-Smith, Marcia Hammond, Karen Henderson, Rachel Kahn, Cheryl Miller, Dona Nazarenko, Almuth Palinkas, Ann Peck, Wen Redmond, Jenine Shereos, Dianne Shullenberger, Paulette Staats, Anne Standish, and Betsy Wing.

Exhibit Dates: September 21 - November 9, 2014
Opening Reception: 4 – 6:00 PM Sunday September 21

Workshops: October 19 & October 29

Contact: Emily Crosby, 802-431-0204,
71-73 Main Street
Randolph, VT 05060

Gallery Hours: Thursday, 4-6 pm, Saturday-Sunday, 1-3 pm.
Or open by appointment, by calling 802-728-9878. 
The Gallery is also open during most performances.

Workshop Info: 
Felting Workshop ‘Lava Neckpiece,’
with Nancy Evan 
Sunday October 19, 10am-3pm
Upper Gallery
Participants will learn nuno felting and shaping techniques, resulting in a completed piece of wearable art. The cost is $115 per person, which includes all of the needed materials and tools.

Crochet Workshop 'Recycled Bag'
with Mary Lou Maeder 
Wednesday October 29, 6:30-8:30pm
Upper Gallery
Participants will learn to crochet a bag from re-cycled plastic grocery bags. Students are asked to provide their own materials and tools. Participants will need 1) grocery bags with a variety of interesting colors 2) a pair of scissors and  3) a crochet hook, size I (9) or larger. The cost is $15. per person.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Confluence Art Exhibit Opening at BALE

A confluence of Japanese-style gyotaku collage, river-themed fabric art, and watercolors are featured in an exhibit by Gretchen Alexander of Jericho, and Ned Swanberg of Sharon, at BALE in South Royalton.  
(Image: 'Ghosts in CPOM' -Gyotaku fabric collage by Gretchen Alexander)
Exhibit Dates: August 31 to September 24
Opening Reception: Saturday August 30 at 4 pm

35 South Windsor Street
South Royalton, Vermont (on the green)

The exhibition examines mountains and rivers with the perceptions of naturalists.  Gretchen Alexander is currently expressing her interest in aquatic ecology through the fiber arts including a Japanese fish printing technique called Gyotaku and felting.  Gretchen will also share riverscapes in watercolor.  Ned Swanberg will share plein - air watercolors inspired by the White River and New England mountain walks.
(Image: 'Camel's Hump' - hand dyed felted wool by Gretchen Alexander)

Gretchen Alexander and Ned Swanberg work in the Watershed Management Division at the Agency of Natural Resources.  As colleagues, naturalists and artists they have both drawn from the rocks and rivers that define our bioregion and inform our culture.  Their work ranges across scales, textures, palettes, and emotional tone.
(Image: 'Preston's Pond' - watercolor and ink by Gretchen Alexander)
BALE (Building a Local Economy) is a community resource center for local economy initiatives that emerge from the creativity of people and communities of the White River Valley. Their core vision is that of stewardship of place – home and communities – and of our relationship to the natural world of which we are a part.

For more information on BALE and the upcoming exhibit please contact Chris Wood at

News from our southern VT members!

(Image left: Jackie Abrams, Image right: Karen Kamenetzky)

Jackie Abrams and Karen Kamentzky will exhibit their work together at:

Gallery in the Woods
145 Main Street
Brattleboro, VT 05301

Exhibit Dates: September 5 - October 31

Jackie Abrams will also have her work included in the Woebegone Basket Guild exhibit:

'With and Without: Challenges'

Exhibit Dates: September 5 - November 1

(Image: 'Friends' by Jackie Abrams)

The Carnegie
1028 Scott Blvd.
Covington, KY 41011

Textile Artists: Enrich Your Studio Practice

(Image: 'Gently Steaming" by Elizabeth W. Fram, from her 'Reclaim' series)

Elizabeth Fram of Waterbury Center has written an article featured online at FiberArt Now magazine.

She was inspired to write the piece in an effort to encourage others to consider seeking the benefits of an ongoing artistic conversation with a creative peer. It discusses the positive impact such a connection can have and that it has become one of her most valued tools when shereturnt to her studio to work.

"As artists, many of us spend the majority of our days alone in our studios. If you’re like me, you welcome the solitary hours to puzzle through the many stages of a piece as it evolves toward completion. But as much as I need that time to myself to let my ideas grow and develop on their own, I have come to realize that one of the greatest assets of my studio practice has been developing a trusted relationship with another artist.
In 2009, I fortuitously made the acquaintance of Dianne Shullenberger, another artist working with fiber....Click Here to read the complete article"

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Wylie Sofia Garcia News!

Burlington SDA artist Wylie Sofia Garcia has a lot of exciting News to share!


The Schoolhouse Gallery in the Historic East End Gallery District of Provincetown is now representing her work.  Currently on view there is Wylie's most current body of work which are ink drawings influenced by the rich surfaces of historic textile design and responds to her established practice in installation and performance art.

The Schoolhouse Gallery
494 Commercial Street
Provincetown, MA  

Gallery Hours: 11am -9pm Daily

In addition, more locally, Wylie and her husband, artist Clark Derbes will celebrate the opening their latest creative venture: South Gallery, a contemporary art gallery located in The South End Arts District of Burlington, Vermont. They represent over 30 contemporary regional artists in monthly rotating group shows. 

Join them this Thursday for the Inaugeral Reception: August 7th from 6-9pm!

South Gallery

27 Sears Lane
Burlington, VT
(alongside RL Photo)

Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri 12-6pm, Sat 12-3pm
Open Late First Fridays 5-8pm
also open by 

Read the article in 7days here


Wylie will also have a wonderful cross section of her work including dresses from The Dress That Makes The Woman Project, video and ink drawings included in the upcoming Exhibit:

Unravelled - Contemporary New England Fiber Art
September 20 - December 6, 2014

Museums of Old York
Remick Gallery
3 Lindsay Road
York, ME 03909


Friday, July 25, 2014

Caspian Arts Studio Tour

July 29, 2014
Tuesday, 10am -5pm

Visitors are also invited to the:

Tour's End Party

Highland Lodge
1608 Craftsbury Road
Greensboro, VT

Drawing for Art Certificates, $300, $200, $100.

Map, list of all Artists, and other info HERE

Caspian Arts is an organization of artists from the area surrounding Caspian Lake in Greensboro, Vermont.

It's members include painters,sculptors, photographers, fiber artists, and multi-media artists as well as those who work in wood, metal, clay, paper and other traditional craft media

Spend the day and discover the lively and enticing art scene in the beautiful region of the Northeast Kingdom!

Monday, July 21, 2014

Collect and Connect: Creating Visual Journals

Jackie Abrams will be teaching an upcoming workshop:

Collect and Connect: Creating Visual Journals
Tuesday, September 9 – Friday, September 12, 2014

at the All Souls Unitarian Church
in West Brattleboro, Vermont

This is an experimental class, investigating both materials and techniques, and exploring the ways in which they can be assembled and combined.

Participants will construct with crocheting, coiling, twining, netting (looping), wrapping, stitching, random weave, and plaiting. Fabrics, sticks, shells, stones, seedpods, wires, metal pieces, plastic bags, and grasses are only some of the materials that may be incorporated. 

Jackie says: "This is your class. You can focus on completing one or more pieces, for the wall or tabletop, or create daily “samplers” that may or may not be put together into a larger piece. The possibilities are limited only by your interest and imagination!"

Workshop fee: $300 for all four days.
Contact: Jackie Abrams
802•257•2688  •

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Fiberart International 2013

Fiberart International 2013 is a benchmark exhibition presenting the best in contemporary fiberart. The goal of the exhibition is to include innovative work rooted in traditional fiber materials, processes, and history, as well as art that explores unexpected relationships between fiber and other creative disciplines.
is the 21st in a series of triennial juried exhibitions sponsored by the Fiberarts Guild of Pittsburgh, Inc. - See more at:

Exhibit runs through October 26, 2014

American Textile History Museum
491 Dutton Street
Lowell, MA 01854

Museum Hours:
Wednesdays - Sundays: 10am - 5pm

American Textile History Museum
491 Dutton Street, Lowell, MA 01854
Tel: 978-441-0400 - See more at:
American Textile History Museum
491 Dutton Street, Lowell, MA 01854
Tel: 978-441-0400 - See more at:

Monday, July 14, 2014

'Stone & Silk' Exhibit

(image: artwork by Althea Bilodeau)

Chaffee Art Center 
July 25 - September 12, 2014

Opening Reception:Friday, July 25th, 5-7pm

View the works of five artists who create their artwork in the mediums of silk or stone, including: B. Amore, Althea Bilodeau, Karen Henderson, Eric David Laxman, and Florin Strejac 

Chaffee Downtown
75 Merchants Row
Rutland, VT 05701
(802) 775-0356 

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Friday: noon to 6 pm
Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm
Closed Sunday and Monday 

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Inside Out Studio at Antiques & Uniques Festival

Montpelier member Karen Henderson will have her  
Inside Out Studio creations at the:

44th Annual Antiques & Uniques Festival
Saturday, July 12th, 2014

Craftsbury Common, VT

10am - 4pm

Rain or Shine
and Free for All!
*parking fee supports Craftsbury Fire Dept.

Join her to see over 100 antiques dealers, vermont crafters (yay!), farmers' market & book sale, with a silent auction, and Live Folk Music, to enjoy along with Local Fare BBQ (with local vegan & veggie options)

There's Something for Everyone!

Karen's Inside Out Studio creations are very different than her fiber wall art pieces...but they are a fun way for her to express a different side of her personality! 
(and also a chance for her to use some techniques she loves that don't make their way into her wall art...)

They are hand-dyed and hand block-printed t-shirts for women and men, and onesies for babies. She also hand-prints the designs onto festive flags & greeting cards! 
All the designs are garden inspired (veggie and fruit themes)

Small Expressions 2014

July 12 - October 4, 2014

Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts

Small Expressions is an international juried exhibition that features high quality, contemporary fiber art, sponsored annually by the Handweavers Guild of America.

Small Expressions 2014 is featured at the Fuller Craft Museum in conjunction with HGA's Convergence® 2014 Providence international fiber art conference July 14 - 19 at the Rhode Island Convention Center.

Gerhardt Knodel, renowned textile artist, long time faculty member of Cranbrook Academy of Art, and Honorary Fellow of the American Crafts Council, juried the exhibition. 

From more than 200 entries, Knodel chose 35 pieces featuring work by these artists:
Brigitte Amarger, Seine Port, France; Janet Austin, E. Greenwich, RI; Nicki Bair and Larry Russel, Pacific Palisades, CA; Paula Becker, Tiverton, RI; Julie Blackstone, Shawnee, OK; Danielle Bodine, Clinton, WA; Xia Gao, Okemos, MI; Jayne Gaskins, Fernandina Beach, FL; Barbara Heller, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Dora Hsiung, Newton Centre, MA; Rebecca Jensen, Peacham, VT; Marty Jonas, Benicia, CA; Jean Poythress Koon, Morattico, VA; Sasha de Koninck, Santa Monica, CA; Maria Kovacs, Livermore, ME; Saberah Malik, Warwick, RI; Arlene McGonagle, Providence, RI; Christine Motley, San Francisco, CA; Lesley Nishigawara, Buena Park, CA; Carol Outram, Hudson, QC, Canada; Michael Radyk, Kutztown, PA; Sally Raskoff, Woodland Hills, CA; Rebecca Reeves, Upper Black Eddy, PA; Michael Rohde, Westlake Village, CA; Lois Russell, Boston, MA; Sally Shore, Locust Valley, NY; Melanie Siegel, Richmond Hill, ON, Canada; Rebecca Smith, San Diego, CA; Jeanne Steiner, Colorado Springs, CO; Claire Taylor, Seattle, WA; Peggy Wiedemann, Huntington Beach, CA; Deborah Zeitler, Iowa City, IA

455 Oak Street
Brockton, MA 02301

Tuesday, Wednesday,
Friday - Sunday : 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

'In Our Element - Expressions in Color and Texture'

Our current VT SDA members' group show 
'In Our Element - Expressions in Color and Texture' 

is still on exhibit until this Sunday, June 13th!

Emile A. Gruppe Gallery
22 Barber Farm Road
Jericho, VT 05465

Gallery Hours: Thurs. - Sun. 10am -3pm, or by appointment

The show features the artwork of:
Gretchen Alexander, Cynthia Bowler, Eve Jacobs-Carnahan, Judy B. Dales, Rosalind Daniels, Elizabeth Fram, Marilyn Gillis,  Catherine Hall, Rae Harrell, Karen Henderson, Marya Lowe, Almuth Palinkas, Deanna Shapiro, Barbara Sherrington, and Dianne Shullenberger.

Hope you can make it out this week to see it! 

If not, here are some photos from the Artists' Reception held last month when the show first opened:

It's a great show in a really beautiful venue!
We feel really fortunate as a group to have had this opportunity to share our talents and show the wide variety of media & techniques we all work with.

it seems as if fiber, textiles, and mixed media have been getting some attention here in Vermont! I'm glad our group can be part of that -- it's such a rich and wonderful area of the arts with endless possibilities....

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

More Exhibit News!

The upcoming annual summer show at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery opens soon, featuring sixteen artists (including two SDA Members!):

Barbara Wagner, Miriam Adams, Bonnie Baird, Annelein Beukenkamp, Cynthia Lee Bowler, Kevin Fahey, Kerry O. Furlani, Betsey Garand, Dan Gottsegen, Kate Hartley, Karen Henderson, Julia Jensen, Virginia McNeice, Gail Salzman, David Smith, Frank Woods, Joyce Zavorskas.

June 27 - August 5, 2014

Open Reception with Artists:
Saturday, June 28th, 5-7pm

Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery
86 Falls Road
Shelburne, VT 

Gallery Hours:
9:30-5:30 Tuesday through Friday, and 10:00-5:00 on Saturday.

Exhibit News!


An Exhibition of Art in Fiber, Ceramic and Print

July 2nd - 26th

Artist Reception: 
Saturday, July 5, 3:00 - 5:00pm

(image above: Jackie Abrams)

Moore Free Library / Crowell Gallery
23 West Street
Newfane, Vermont 05345

Feautured Artists are Laurie RIchardson, Deidre Sherer,  Patricia Burleson, Susan Osgood, Kris McDermet, and Brattleboro member Jackie Abrams.

Gallery Hours:
Tuesdays through Fridays, 1:00-5:00pm, and Saturdays 9:00am-1:00pm

For More Information, Call 802-365-7948