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Art Walk April 2014 Art Walk April 2014

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Art Walk Guides are available at participating locations downtown. April 4, 2014 from 4 to 8 pm, listings below.

Thank you to Montpelier Art Walk supporters:

Vermont College of Fine Arts the Drawing Board Hunger Mountain Coop

Additional support comes from: Community National Bank, The Law Office of Amy K. Butler, and Three Penny Taproom.

The Knitting Studio
112 Main Street
Not participating this month

1. Kellogg-HubbardLibrary
135 Main Street
On the second floor: Re-Wilding: shamanic paintings by Linda Pruitt, journeying around the medicine wheel and through the worlds.

Poetry StoryWalk: exhibit by local artists, illustrators and photographers used with poems by Mary Oliver and Wendell Berry. Reception in the Hayes Room, 4:30–6:30 p.m. A program of PoemCity.

2. The Skinny Pancake
89 Main Street at City Center
Anna Macijeski draws inspiration for her art from natural elements and spirituality. They toe the line of realism and fantasy, through both representation and abstract..

3. City Center
89 Main Street
View an interesting group exhibit in a variety of media by central Vermont’s Art Resource Association

4. Artisans Hand Craft Gallery
89 Main Street at City Center
Dave Kaczynski, Khaos Designs, creates distinctive contemporary jewelry in Argentium silver, 23-karat gold, red brass and copper, inspired by architecture and the natural world.

 ORCA Media
89 Main Street at City Center
Not participating this month.

 La Brioche Bakery & Café
89 Main Street at City Center
No show this month.

5. Gallery Six (formerly Storefront Studio Gallery)
6 Barre Street
New figures in crayon by Glen Coburn Hutcheson, large landscapes by James Secor, and the latest from Dustin Smith. Open studio reception with the artists.

6. T.W. Wood Gallery
Center for Arts & Learning, 46 Barre Street
Prints and paintings from the Works Progress Administration Collection: Industry and Recreation; Tension and Repose. In Room 6, student work from River Rock School.

7. Montpelier Senior Activity Center
58 Barre Street
Monday Paintings by Lorilla Banbury. Five years ago, the artist timidly walked into Sylvia Walker’s Monday morning painting class; she has been painting ever since.

8. Another Way
125 Barre Street
Come enjoy healthy snacks, original music, and visual art created by Another Way members.

9. The Drawing Board *Art Walk Sponsor*
22 Main Street
Portraits by August Burns. Her work has always focused on people. The tiny nuance that makes each person unique captures her imagination.

10. Chill
32 State Street
Enjoy a fabulous gelato at Chill and see—for free—stunning photos of birds and animals from John Snell’s recent trip to fascinating Botswana.

11. Vermont Arts Council Spotlight Gallery
136 State Street
St. Johnsbury’s Diane Donovan presents In and Out the Kingdom, a collection of works in the Vermont vernacular that juxtaposes familiar scenes with stark realities. Open until 7 p.m.

 Vermont State House
115 State Street
Not participating this month.

12. Governor's Gallery
109 State Street
Re-Envisioned: works by Dianne Shullenberger. The fiber collage and colored pencil images in this show reflect her intense connection with nature and passion for detail. Artist’s reception 4–7 p.m. Photo ID required. *Cover Artist*

13. Vermont Supreme Court
111 State Street
Works by Judith Vivell. Representing the last 15 years’ work, portraits of birds around the world emphasize the monumentality and grandeur of creatures at risk. Artist’s reception 5–7 p.m.

14. Vermont History Museum
109 State Street
Interpreting the Interstates tells the history of the interstate highway system in Vermont and how it changed the state forever. Exhibit closes early May. Free on Art Walk. Open until 7 pm.

15. North Branch Café
41 State Street
Exhibiting a body of work conveying motion, Becky Parker demonstrates her interest in disciplined photorealistic transportation paintings as well as unbounded abstract pieces.

16. Capitol Grounds
27 State Street
Corrina Thurston’s exhibit Wildlife in Colored Pencil showcases vibrant animal stills. Corrina creates each detail with depth and a richness of color.

 Studio Synergy
15 State Street, room 301, third floor
Not participating this month

5 State Street
Not participating this month.

17. Global Gifts
9 Langdon Street
Missy C. Storrow’s paints acrylic on a monoprinting gel plate with quick applications. They’re happy accidents on paper using string, fabric, collage paper, and more.

 Contemporary Dance & Fitness Studio
18 Langdon Street, third floor
Not participating this month.

18. The Shoe Horn
8 Langdon Street
Aluminum prints by Ray Fredericks

19. The Cheshire Cat
28 Elm Street
Gretchen Besio’s quilts come in many forms and feature hand-dyed fabrics and uniquely sewn pieces. Throws, runners and totes.

20. Tulsi Tea Room
34 Elm Street
Lapins Agiles, mixed media on cardboard by Ana Campanile: Hare’s mischievous trickster magic, energy dancing on the edge of magnetic and maddening, tempting foolish curiosity.

 Birchgrove Baking
279 Elm Street
Not participating this month.

BONUS: The folks at alla vita at 27 State Street are also participating--here's what's in store: Meet local potter Elmira Behzadikia and peruse her beautiful work. Also on display, Vermont made bread boards and dipping bowls crafted by Jason Brunault and Susan Shannon.

From 5 - 7:30, participate in a sampling of 5 wines sold in our shop with Robert from Vermont Wine Merchants on hand to offer descriptions. 

Save the Date!  Future Art Walks:

  • June 6, 2014
  • August 1, 2014
  • October 3, 2014
  • December 5, 2014

 Dec 9 2011




October 15 2010 Art Walk program







October 7, 2011      April 22, 2011         October 15, 2010