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Sunday, May 1, 2016

May News

Member News

New Studio

Karen Henderson celebrated her bright new creative space with an open studio event April 29 & 30.

She will be participating in

The Montpelier Art Walk

Friday, May 6th from 4pm - 8pm
In her new studio at:
46 Barre St.
Montpelier, VT
Basement Studio #1
*Please use entrance on the right side of the building. Go down the stairs; Karen's studio is down the hall on the left.

Visit Montpelier Alive to learn more about all the artists and venues.

Karen will also be attending the first outdoor Capitol City Farmer's Market
with her Inside Out Studio creations
on Saturday, May 7th
9am - 1pm
at Elm and State Streets
Montpelier, VT

Marks and Musings

Marilyn Gillis      "Marks and Musings 6"

Marilyn Gillis will be exhibiting recent mark-making and collage art. The works feature variations on simple black marks on white and bold graphic collages
May 10 - 28, 2016
Axel's Gallery and Frame Shop
5 Stowe Street
Waterbury, VT
Artist Reception: Friday, May 13th 6-8pm
Gallery Hours: Tues - Fri 10am - 6pm, Sat 10-4

Water Journeys in Art & Poetry

Dianne Shullenberger and poet Mary Jane Dickerson will discuss their recent collaboration, a powerful union of words and images unfolding between the pages of their book, Water Journeys in Art & Poetry
Thursday, May 12, 2016
Bridgeside Books
29 Stowe Street
Waterbury, VT

"Material Matters" Artists Selected

Eve Jacobs-Carnahan     "Shorebird Peril"

The following SDA Vermont member artists will be exhibiting at Frog Hollow State Craft Center during the month of June in the SDA Vermont group exhibition "Material Matters".

Judy Dales of the Exhibition Committee offered the following comment: 
"This exhibit presents an exciting sampler of the work being done by fiber artists today: baskets with unusual surface treatments; knitted sculpture, both thought provoking and whimsical; quilted works ranging from complex subtle designs to bold, graphic work; woven wearables to wall weavings; hand painged and dyed fiber pieces; and imaginative assemblages made from both fiber and natural objects. The items in this exhibit cross boundaries, sometimes obviously fiber work, other times mixed media, thus truly representing the broad range of surface design today."

Exhibit dates will be June 1 - 28, 2016