At the Galleries

At the Galleries

Ann Coleman Gallery
437 Maple Dr, Whitingham, 10a–5p daily, 802 378-7090
Ongoing: Ann Coleman’s watercolors inspired by nature and the outdoors of New England can be viewed at Quahog Design, Quaigh Designs, 11 W Main St, Wilmington.

Asian Cultural Center of Vermont and C.X. Silver Gallery
814 Western Ave, Brattleboro, 802 257-7898, ext 1
2nd Sun each month: Cai’s Dim Sum Teahouse, featuring over 30 unique authentic dishes with vegetarian wheat-free and gluten-free options and an emphasis on local ingredients. Ongoing: Kiri-e: Fabric collage pictures by young women survivors of the Hiroshima aftermath. The Asian Cultural Center of Vermont is an educational resources agency dedicated to connecting people through the arts and cultures of Asia. These connections come through festivals, films, forums, exhibitions, presentations, and other community learning/sharing opportunities.

Bennington Arts Guild
103 South St, Bennington
802 442-7838
Thru Oct 1: Judith Kniffin oils and watercolors, and Paula LaPorte, weaving. Sep 15: Artist demonstrations. Oct 6-Nov 19: Dan Barber, rug hooking, and Colleen Williams, ceramics, opening Oct. 6, 5p. Oct 27: Artist demonstrations. Nov 24: Hometown Holiday cocoa and cookies.
Dec 2: Open house, 10a–4p.

Catherine Dianich Gallery
139 Main St, Brattleboro
Open by appointment only
802 380-1607
Fall exhibit: The artwork of Alisa Dworsky, sculptures of crocheted rope, intaglio prints, graphite and charcoal drawings and large-scale public installations.

Chaffee Art Center
16 South Main St, Rutland
802 775-0356
Thru Sep 29: Annual Full House Exhibit, featuring selected juried members. Oct 5-Nov 2: Fifth Annual Photography Contest. Oct 6-7: Fall Foliage Art in the Park. Oct 21: Hats off to the Chaffee, dinner and auction featuring Hats. Nov 6-10: Art “Can” Do it, sculpture contest using canned foods. Nov 16-Dec 31: Winter All Members Show.

Cider Hill Gardens
1747 Hunt Rd, Windsor, 802 674-6825
Open Thur-Sun 10a–6p thru Oct,
Fri-Sun 10a–5p thru Dec
Featuring Gary Milek’s award winning paintings and prints inspired by the surrounding gardens and scenery. These timeless floral still-life’s and landscapes capture the magic of the Vermont countryside.

Crow Hill Gallery
729 Flamstead Rd, Chester
802 875-3763
Nestled in the woods among outdoor sculptures, the gallery offers a beautiful variety of viewing spaces. Here one can view in contemplative elegance a large selection of Jeanne’s most recent works, as well as the sculpture of visiting artists.

Epoch Gallery
4927 Main St, Manchester, 802 768-9711
A coopertaive art and craft gallery, featuring 18 of Vermont’s finest artisans working in a variety of disciplines. Each day the gallery is staffed by one of the artisan members offering their unique view of the creative process.

Gallery 103
7 Pineview Drive, Chester, 802 875-7400
Ongoing: Featuring fine American Craft, this art space is filled with the handmade craft of more than 100 Vermont and New England artists. Featuring photography, jewelry, ironwork, textiles, blown glass, pottery, soaps, candles, woodwork and more.

Gallery 2 and Vermont Artisan Designs
106 Main St, Brattleboro
10a–7p Mon-Sat, 11a–4p Sun, 802 257-7044
Featuring fine art and hand-crafted gifts, at Vermont Artisan Designs and Gallery 2 you’ll also find sculptures and the works of more than 350 American craftspeople are on display. Unique jewelry, blown glass, pottery, wrought iron, pewter, turned wood, jewelry boxes, clocks, chimes and the famed Vermont Folk Rocker, are just some of the hard-to-find items available. This unusual gallery has been located in Brattleboro, Vermont, for more than 35 years.

Gallery at the VAULT
68 Main St, Springfield, 802 885-7111
Ongoing: The VAULT serves the community as an educational resource with our schedule of workshops and lectures. Both the gallery and the gift shop carry only original, juried, handcrafted local and regional artwork.

Gallery in the Woods
145 Main St, Brattleboro
Open daily 11a–5:30p, 12–5p Sun, 802 257-4777
Gallery in the Woods is both a virtual gallery and a three dimensional place. The works here express the qualities of the human experience which are Visionary, Surreal, Fantastic, and Sacred. The living artists in this group come from a variety of places and cultures on the globe, responding to the present time on Earth with their visions of the human psyche.

Gallery North Star
151 Townshend Road, Grafton
10a-5p daily (Tuesday by chance), 802 843-2465
Sep 29-Oct 28: James Urbaska Solo Exhibition.

Gander Gallery
4716B Main St, Manchester, 802 768-8396
Showcasing the work of established and emerging artists in our region whom we have selected for their creative passion and excellence in their chosen genre.

Grafton Valley Arts Guild
45 Townshend Rd, Grafton
10a–5p Thu-Sun
802 843-GVAG
Oct 9-Nov 15: Autumnal Tumble, New Seasons, New Works by GVAG members, opening reception Oct. 9, 2-6p. Oct 23-Dec 1: Hammer Song, with sculpture, jewelry and constructions.

Great Hall
100 River St, Springfield
Thu-Sat, 12–4p
802 885-3061
Nov 9: Exhibit featuring the artwork of Sabra Field, Dan O’Donnell, Karen Mullen and Pat Musick.

Hunter Gallery of Fine Art
and Hunter Artworks
74 Main St and 56 Townshend Rd, Grafton, 802 843-1440
A gallery of original watercolors of landscapes, village life and seacoast scenes by Peter Jeziorski.

Northshire Bookstore
4869 Main St, Manchester Center
10a–9p Tues-Sat, 10a–7p Sun-Mon
802 362-9944
Sep 6: Traditional bookbinding with Malcolm Summers, 6p. Sep 12: Zentangle with Jane MacKugler, 6p. Sep 20: Alan Benoit Sustainability Series presents, February Peaches, 7p.

Quaigh Design Centre
11 West Main St, Wilmington
802 464-2780
Displaying artwork from Britain and New England—including works by Vermont woodcut artists Sabra Field and Mary Azarian—and Scottish woolens and tartans.
Spiral Press Café at the

Springfield Vermont Art
and Historical Society
The Miller Art Center
9 Elm Hill, Springfield, 802 885-2415
Thru Oct 8: A Love Story in Paintings & Letters, with artwork by Stuart Eldredge and Marion Schumann.

Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery
At Keene State College, Keene, NH, 603 358-2720
Thru Nov 20: New Art New Hampshire 2012, with artists nominated by arts professionals.
Oct 13-Dec 9: Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami.

Tilting at Windmills Gallery
24 Highland Ave, Manchester Center
10a-5p Mon-Sat, 9a-5p Sun, 802 362-3022
Ongoing: One of New England’s largest fine art galleries featuring a broad selection of work by important national, regional and international artists.

Vermont Center for Photography
49 Flat Street, Brattleboro
2–7p Fri, noon–5p Sat and Sun, 802 251-6051
Sep: Off the Books: Three Photographers, with Jesseca Ferguson, Robert Flynt, Medora Hebert. Oct: InSight Photography Silent Auction. Nov: Frank Ward, The Drunken Bicycle: Travels in the Former Soviet Union.

The Village Green Gallery
661 Main St, Weston, 9a–5p daily, 802 824-3669
Featuring the photography of Nobushi Fuji’i and showcasing works by selected Vermont artists and artisans. The main display is devoted to Nobushi’s Exquisite Vermont images, an ongoing work-in-progress, designed to bring a Japanese aesthetic to Vermont’s landscape and capture its beauty from a fresh perspective.

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