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Thursday, June 30, 2016

July News

On View

1 - 2 - 3 - Φ: Math and Art

Round Numbers by Roz Daniels
June 7 - July 16, 2016
201 N. Main Street
Barre, VT 05641
Gallery Hours: Tues - Fri: 11am - 5pm, Sat: Noon - 4pm

Curated by Jody Brown and Janet Van Fleet
Exhibiting Artists: John Anderson, Daryl Barnett, Tom Batey Nancy Benerofe, Paul Calter, Ted Ceraldi, Roz Daniels, Robert Fathauer, Mark Gonyea, Chris Jeffrey, Mark Lorah, Mimi Magyar, Liz Nelson, Justin Paluba, Mattew Ramada, Nick Santoro, Bhakti Ziek, Carleen Zimbalatti

A Journey Across Boundaries

June 18 - September 5, 2016
71-73 Main Street
Randolph, VT 05060
Gallery Hours: Tues, Wed, Thurs: 12-5pm, Saturday: 12-6pm

Curated by Gowri Savoor and Angelo Arnold
Featuring the work of eleven regional visual artists:
Angelo Arnold, Galen Cheney, Jason Galligan-Baldwin, Karen Henderson, Liz Kauffman, Rachel Moore, Gowri Savoor, Jason Swift, Mary Zompetti, in addition to poet and winner of the Vermont Book Award 2015, Kerrin McCadden and musician and composer, Evan Premo.

Visionary Conspiracy

Vermont SDA Group Show
Fighting violence with beauty

July 26 - August 27, 2016
201 N. Main Street
Barre, VT 05641
Gallery Hours: Tues - Fri: 11am - 5pm, Sat: Noon - 4pm

Exhibiting Artists: Judy B. Dales, Rosalind S. Daniels, Elizabeth Fram, Marilyn Gillis, Karen Henderson, Eve Jacobs-Carnahan, Ruby Leslie, Marya Lowe, Lyna Lou Nordstrom, Almuth Palinkas, Leslie Roth, Ellen Spring, Sharon Webster, Betsy Wing

Showing concurrently: Soft Bomb Barre
Around downtown Barre there will be an array of fiber art installations and soft, colorful "explosions", special exhibits, talks, a moving pop-up weaving studio, and more. For a map of the fiber art installations go to Soft Bomb Installation map will be available mid-July.

Member News

Enchanted Forest by Judy Dales

Judy Dales' quilt, Enchanted Forest, was featured in the latest SAQA Art Quilt Collector magazine in the Gallery, Inspired by Nature section.  

Karen Henderson has a lot to report this month! She will be exhibiting out-of-state in New York and Maryland; more locally she will be bringing her Inside Out Studio to the 46th Annual Antiques and Uniques Festival in Craftsbury Common, VT.  Also, she has been interviewed on Details about all these events follow.

Karen reports: 
"Daniel Crowder from was kind enough to invite me to do an artist interview. The TextileArtist website was founded by Joe and Sam Pitcher, who were inspired to a great appreciation of textile art through their mother, Sue StoneThe site is a lively and active hub of inspiration, articles, resources, and a wonderful place for textile and fiber artists to promote their work. What an honor to be included!"
Click to read Karen's interview

Summer Small Works 

Hosted by NAWA (the National Association of Women Artists, Inc.), the group has been empowering, promoting, supporting and encouraging women in the arts since 1889.

July 8 - August 19, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 14, 2016, 5-7pm

315 West 39th Street
Suite 508
New York, NY 10018
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Friday 10am-5pm; Closed: Saturday/Sunday

Fiber Options: Material Exploration 

An exhibit held at the Maryland Federation of Art
From hand-knit pieces felted into sculptural monuments to video monitors shrouded in hooded sweatshirts, the option in fiber are limitless. Combining an array of materials, both traditional and unexpected, with historic to digital techniques, the artists of Fiber Options: Material Exploration exhibit artistry, innovation, and emotion.

July 14 - August 7, 2016
Opening Reception:  July 24, 2016, 3-5pm

18 State Circle
Annapolis, MD 21401
Gallery Hours: Daily 11am - 5pm

Antiques & Uniques

Craftsbury Common, VT
Saturday July 9, 2016
10am - 4pm
Rain or shine
$5 parking fee goes directly to the town fire department.

At this unique event more than 100 antiques dealers and Vermont craft artisans and thousands of shoppers gather in the small country village where Alfred Hitchcock's "The Trouble with Harry" was filmed.

Live folk and fiddle music and an all-local foods barbecue attract shoppers of all ages from all corners of Vermont and out-of-state. A silent auction, 10,000 title book sale, farmers' market, Senior's seating, kids' games and specialty foods vendors enhance the day, making it a great event for the entire family. 

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