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Arts Calendar: Vermont Arts 2018 in Central Vermont

Friday, May 25, 2018
May
1
2018
– THRU –
May
31
2018

Imagining Home

Imagining Home Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Imagining Home, presents innovative home design born of collaboration between community members dealing with homelessness and prominent local architects. The resulting designs will be on display at State House cafeteria in Montpelier from
May 1 – 31, 2018.

Time: 5/1/18 8:00am - 5/31/18 4:30pm
Location: State House Cafeteria, Montpelier
May
4
2018
– THRU –
Jun
16
2018

Show 25 at The Front

Show 25 at The Front Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

SHOW 25 is the latest group exhibition of the collective gallery’s membership of Vermont-based contemporary artists. In addition, the Front presents the work of guest artist Mary Admasian (https://maryadmasianart.com), a multidisciplinary artist who explores raw forms, layered spaces, and abstract perception. Gallery hours are Friday 5 - 8 PM, Sat 11 AM-8 PM, and by appointment. There will be an opening reception on Friday, May 4, 2018, 4-8 PM, during Montpelier Alive’s Art Walk. Free and open to the public. Limited edition prints by several of the gallery’s artists are also available for sale. The Front is located 6 Barre Street in downtown Montpelier, diagonally across and around the corner from the Savoy Theatre.

GALLERY HOURS
Daytime/ Sat: 11AM - 8PM
Evening/ Fri & Sat: 5PM-8PM
By appointment: info@thefrontvt.com or (802) 552-0877

Time: 5/4/18 5:00pm - 6/16/18 8:00pm
Location: The Front Gallery, Montpelier
Apr
3
2018
– THRU –
Jun
28
2018

The Effects of Bird Song on Shifting Strata - Paintings by Tom Merwin

The Effects of Bird Song on Shifting Strata - Paintings by Tom Merwin Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Merwin’s exhibit of oil paintings explodes with color and light. This series of over 18 pieces was created from 2015 to the present and celebrates the rites of spring in its color and vibrancy. Opening reception April 4, 4:00-7:00 PM. Montpelier Art Walk May 4, 4:00-7:00 PM.

Time: 4/3/18 8:00am - 6/28/18 4:30pm
Location: Vermont Supreme Court Gallery, 111 State Street, Montpelier
Apr
3
2018
– THRU –
Jun
28
2018

For the Love of Vermont - Paintings by Carolyn Egeli

For the Love of Vermont - Paintings by Carolyn Egeli Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Braintree painter Carolyn Egeli exhibits her oil paintings celebrating Vermont and its people through landscapes and portraits. Opening reception April 4, 4:00-7:00 PM. Montpelier Art Walk May 4, 4:00-7:00 PM. Photo ID required for entry.

Time: 4/3/18 8:00am - 6/28/18 4:30pm
Location: Governor's Gallery, 109 State Street, Montpelier
May
1
2018
– THRU –
Jun
29
2018

Ronald Slayton:Master of Watercolor

Ronald Slayton:Master of Watercolor Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

The T. W. Wood Gallery at 46 Barre St. in Montpelier, Vermont, is pleased to announce an important exhibit, Ronald Slayton: Master of Watercolor from May 1, 2018 through June 29, 2018. Slayton (1910-1992) was born in Barre, Vermont. During the Great Depression he worked as an artist in the Vermont Division of the Federally funded Works Progress Administration (WPA) from 1936-1939. W.C. Lipke once commented that Slayton “has been a painter, poet, dramatist, educator, politician, gallery director, peace activist, humorist, critic and historian suggest that the single appellation 'artist' is not broad enough to encompass his many achievements.” There will be a celebratory free public opening reception at the Gallery on Friday, May 4, from 5:00-8:00 pm and an Art Talk at 6:00 pm with a panel that will include Nancy Graff, Bobby Gosh, Tom Slayton and Phillip Robertson.

The Ronald Slayton exhibit will highlight two watercolor murals “The Last Supper” (1985) and “The Hunger Dream” (1985). Figures in “The Hunger Dream” The majority of Slayton's works in this exhibit are from the private collection of Billi and Bobby Gosh. They have included twelve of Slayton's later watercolors that will be for sale with 100% of the sales being generously donated to the Gallery.

Time: 5/1/18 12:00pm - 6/29/18 4:00pm
Location: T.W. Wood Gallery, Montpelier
May
4
2018
– THRU –
Jun
29
2018

Artists to Watch Part II

Artists to Watch Part II Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

This two-part exhibit of contemporary Vermont art is a collaboration between the Vermont Arts Council, Ric Kasini Kadour, and six guest curators. The 25 artists included come from all across the state and were identified as being on the verge of great work. Part II includes work by: work by Robert Gold (Burlington), August Burns (Middlesex), Jean Cherouny (South Burlington), Caroline Tavelli-Abar(Rochester), Sam Talbot-Kelly (Montpelier), Vanessa Compton (Greensboro), Hannah Morris (Barre), Angelo Arnold(Montpelier), Erika Senft Miller (Colchester), Renee Greenlee (Burlington), and Rose Umerlik (Jeffersonville).

 

Gallery hours are 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Call ahead to ensure conference room is available for viewing.

Time: 5/4/18 4:30pm - 6/29/18 4:30pm
Location: Spotlight Gallery at Vermont Arts Council, Montpelier
Mar
20
2018
– THRU –
Jul
8
2018

Our Town: Love, Joy, Sadness, and Baseball — 100 Years of Photography from the Sheldon Museum

Our Town: Love, Joy, Sadness, and Baseball — 100 Years of Photography from the Sheldon Museum Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

While still an award-winning photographer with the National Geographic, James Pease Blair summered in Middlebury, Vermont. On his retirement, Jim Blair and his wife Elise settled in Vermont year-round. Jim became entranced by the singular photography collection found in the Research Center of the Henry Sheldon Museum, where he found exceptional images that traced the citizens, landscapes, and townscapes of Addison County and the Lake Champlain region.

Collaborating with Sheldon Museum Archivist Eva Garcelon-Hart, he has chosen three dozen remarkable photographs that will be displayed in the exhibit Our Town: Love, Joy, Sadness, and Baseball — 100 Years of Photography from the Sheldon Museum from March 20, 2018 through July 08, 2018. His choices reflect a photographer’s unique eye, developed in his early training from celebrated American photographers Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind and while studying for a Bachelor of Science degree in photography at the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. Later during his long career at the National Geographic he traveled the world, advancing his art, resulting in further photographic achievements.

The exhibit features single and group portraits of Vermonters – both the celebrated and the ordinary citizen, village scenes capturing disasters and daily life, landscapes of Vermont’s treasured mountains and lakes. Stunning aerial landscape photographs were taken by George N. Lathrop (1900 – 1983). An extensive collection of Lathrop’s photographs and negatives of Addison County taken between 1930s and 1960s is part of the Sheldon archives.

100 years of life in the Middlebury region are highlighted in the exhibit. Vintage clothing and photographic equipment from the Sheldon Museum’s collection complement the exhibit.

Time: 3/20/18 10:00am - 7/8/18 5:00pm
Location: Henry Sheldon Museum, Middlebury
Mar
20
2018
– THRU –
Jul
8
2018

American Wood Sculptor John Cross: A Contemporary Figurative Folk Artist

American Wood Sculptor John Cross: A Contemporary Figurative Folk Artist Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

In celebration of his 60th reunion at Middlebury College, the Henry Sheldon Museum offers a retrospective of the whimsical wood carvings of John Cross, a masterful contemporary folk artist.

Few would have predicted that an economics major at Middlebury College who earned a master’s degree in business at the University of Chicago would have begun carving during his career as a creative copywriter at a premier New York advertising agency. Humor, perseverance, and imagination are the skills reflected in all phases of his life journey.

John Cross began whittling while watching the filming of commercials for which he wrote the scripts for Proctor & Gamble and for Toyota. His ad copy promoted such iconic brands as Scope mouthwash and Crest toothpaste. During the day he wrote jingles from his advertising office in New York City, then headed for 813 Broadway where he shared a rented loft with sculptor William King, coincidentally in the same building where Wolf Kahn painted. Kahn, who now maintains a summer studio near Brattleboro, VT, is known for his sumptuous landscapes, and King, who died in 2015, worked in clay, wood, bronze, vinyl, burlap, and aluminum. Cross, King, and Kahn were among the poets, artists, and museum professionals who gathered for drinks and conversation at the renowned Cedar Tavern in Greenwich Village to encourage one another.

Cross has always worked with wood, in particular sugar pine. He favors figurative renderings of sports figures, especially the players and fans of the New York Yankees, artists, sideshow performers, Miss America contestants, fishermen, operatic stars, and playful everyday characters. He has researched players from the Negro Baseball League and commemorated them in compelling wood carvings. For many years Cross was represented by Jay Johnson, owner of a leading New York City American Folk Art gallery on Madison Avenue and later by the David Findlay Jr. Gallery on Fifth Avenue, and currently by the Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, NY. His carvings are in the public collections of the Museum of American Folk Art and the Smithsonian, and in the private collections of Garrison Keillor and Ali McGraw.

John Cross and his wife Linda Cross, also an artist, reside and work from their home studios in Elizaville, New York. The Hudson River is nearby, as is the scenic rail line which provides them easy access to New York City galleries and museums and their son Peter Cross (Middlebury College ’93) and his family, who live in Manhattan.

The Sheldon Museum retrospective will honor this accomplished sculptor, who continues to carve and inspire gallery and museum visitors.

Man with Cigar, c. 1990. Photo: Christian Carone

Time: 3/20/18 10:00am - 7/8/18 5:00pm
Location: Henry Sheldon Museum, One Park Street, Middlebury
May
25
2018
– THRU –
Aug
12
2018

1968: The Whole World Is Watching

1968: The Whole World Is Watching Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

1968 was a year of upheaval and transformation—a year in which national and international events spawned intense vocal expression and protest. This exhibit, through the lens of art, music, and literature, looks back 50 years to consider the issues that transformed American society.

Free.

Location: Middlebury College Museum of Art, Christian A. Johnson Memorial Gallery, Middlebury
May
25
2018
– THRU –
Aug
12
2018

Just Kids: Photographs from the Nicholas Gift

Just Kids: Photographs from the Nicholas Gift Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

The museum recently received an extensive collection of photographs of children from all corners of the globe. This exhibition surveys documentary and intimate images that depict the characteristic activities, delights, and inevitable sorrows of childhood. Among the photographers included are Henri Cartier-Bresson, Louis Stettner, Danny Lyon, and Leonard Freed.

Free.

Location: Middlebury College Museum of Art, Overbrook Gallery, Middlebury
Saturday, May 26, 2018
May
26
2018
– THRU –
May
27
2018

Open Studio Weekend at Blue Roof Designs studio

Open Studio Weekend at Blue Roof Designs studio Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Using handmade papers & materials from both local artisans and from around the world, I hand-bind journals, photo albums, and guest books using traditional bookbinding techniques. I also design and create custom invitations and announcements.

Come for a tour of the studio, demonstrations, & savings up to 50% off seconds and discontinued styles. There will also be selection of bookbinding supplies available for purchase. Best of all, you can snoop through my paper drawers!

Children welcome!

I’m studio #160 in the gold Spring Event & Resource Guide.

Time: 5/26/18 10:00am - 5/27/18 5:00pm
Location: 846 Gallison Hill Road, Montpelier
May
26
2018
– THRU –
May
27
2018

Green Mountain Hooked Rugs Spring Open Studio

Green Mountain Hooked Rugs Spring Open Studio Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Visit this retail store and working studio to see how hooked rugs are made.

Time: 5/26/18 10:00am - 5/27/18 5:00pm
Location: Green Mountain Hooked Rugs 2838 County Rd, East Montpelier
May
26
2018
– THRU –
May
27
2018

Open Studio Brenda Hall Wood Design

Open Studio Brenda Hall Wood Design Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Brenda Hall is a self-taught Wood Artist and Master Finisher. She has been creating Functional Art with wood for over 28 years.
Visit her studio over Memorial Day weekend on the Vermont Art Council Open Studio Tour. Her working studio, shop and homestead is nestled in Moosalamoo National Park in Goshen, VT over looking a 12 acre pond and surrounded by fir trees.
You will expect to find furniture, home accessories, utensils, charcuterie/cheese/bread boards, serving platters, sculptures, a resurrected vintage chaise, free ranging chickens & ducks and a renovated 1965 camper which will be offering tasty treats.
http://www.bhwooddesign.com
http://www.vermontcrafts.com

 

Time: 5/26/18 10:00am - 5/27/18 4:00pm
Location: 1516 Goshen Ripton Rd, Goshen
May
26
2018
– THRU –
May
27
2018

Open Studio Weekend at May Day Studio

Open Studio Weekend at May Day Studio Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

May Day Studio is Vermont's only working letterpress print shop--come visit us during Open Studio Weekend and check out our hardworking 100+ year-old printing presses, and even print your own keepsake!

Time: 5/26/18 10:00am - 5/27/18 5:00pm
Location: 190 River Street, Montpelier
May
26
2018
– THRU –
May
27
2018

Open Studio Weekend at SPA

Open Studio Weekend at SPA Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

May 26 & 27, 2018:
Visit SPA during Open Studio Weekend to meet our resident studio artists and get a behind the scenes look at their creative process. The SPA building will be open Saturday from 10am-5pm and Sunday from noon-5pm.

Visit www.studioplacearts.com/studios for more details and artist hours.

Three new exhibitions will also be on display in the SPA galleries.

Location: Studio Place Arts, Barre
May
5
2018
– THRU –
Jun
2
2018

Green Mountain Youth Symphony Auditions

Green Mountain Youth Symphony Auditions Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Come play with us! The Green Mountain Youth Symphony (GMYS) is holding auditions for summer and fall placement in all three orchestras and CAMP. Auditions will be heard on Saturdays May 5, May 19 & June 2 in Montpelier.

We have open seats for musicians novice through advanced next fall. Registration is also open for the GMYS Creative Arts & Music Program (CAMP) for intermediate – advanced music students. CAMP will be held at Northern Vermont University-Johnson August 5-11 this year.

Students of all orchestral instruments, all ages, and all levels are invited to join the fun and challenging environment of GMYS. Placement in the orchestras and CAMP is by audition only.

To schedule an audition or for more information, please email GMYS at info@gmys-vt.org, call 802-888-4470 or visit our website at www.gmys-vt.org.

Location: Center for Arts & Learning; 46 Barre Street, Montpelier
May
4
2018
– THRU –
Jun
16
2018

Show 25 at The Front

Show 25 at The Front Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

SHOW 25 is the latest group exhibition of the collective gallery’s membership of Vermont-based contemporary artists. In addition, the Front presents the work of guest artist Mary Admasian (https://maryadmasianart.com), a multidisciplinary artist who explores raw forms, layered spaces, and abstract perception. Gallery hours are Friday 5 - 8 PM, Sat 11 AM-8 PM, and by appointment. There will be an opening reception on Friday, May 4, 2018, 4-8 PM, during Montpelier Alive’s Art Walk. Free and open to the public. Limited edition prints by several of the gallery’s artists are also available for sale. The Front is located 6 Barre Street in downtown Montpelier, diagonally across and around the corner from the Savoy Theatre.

GALLERY HOURS
Daytime/ Sat: 11AM - 8PM
Evening/ Fri & Sat: 5PM-8PM
By appointment: info@thefrontvt.com or (802) 552-0877

Time: 5/4/18 5:00pm - 6/16/18 8:00pm
Location: The Front Gallery, Montpelier
May
1
2018
– THRU –
Jun
29
2018

Ronald Slayton:Master of Watercolor

Ronald Slayton:Master of Watercolor Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

The T. W. Wood Gallery at 46 Barre St. in Montpelier, Vermont, is pleased to announce an important exhibit, Ronald Slayton: Master of Watercolor from May 1, 2018 through June 29, 2018. Slayton (1910-1992) was born in Barre, Vermont. During the Great Depression he worked as an artist in the Vermont Division of the Federally funded Works Progress Administration (WPA) from 1936-1939. W.C. Lipke once commented that Slayton “has been a painter, poet, dramatist, educator, politician, gallery director, peace activist, humorist, critic and historian suggest that the single appellation 'artist' is not broad enough to encompass his many achievements.” There will be a celebratory free public opening reception at the Gallery on Friday, May 4, from 5:00-8:00 pm and an Art Talk at 6:00 pm with a panel that will include Nancy Graff, Bobby Gosh, Tom Slayton and Phillip Robertson.

The Ronald Slayton exhibit will highlight two watercolor murals “The Last Supper” (1985) and “The Hunger Dream” (1985). Figures in “The Hunger Dream” The majority of Slayton's works in this exhibit are from the private collection of Billi and Bobby Gosh. They have included twelve of Slayton's later watercolors that will be for sale with 100% of the sales being generously donated to the Gallery.

Time: 5/1/18 12:00pm - 6/29/18 4:00pm
Location: T.W. Wood Gallery, Montpelier
Mar
20
2018
– THRU –
Jul
8
2018

American Wood Sculptor John Cross: A Contemporary Figurative Folk Artist

American Wood Sculptor John Cross: A Contemporary Figurative Folk Artist Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

In celebration of his 60th reunion at Middlebury College, the Henry Sheldon Museum offers a retrospective of the whimsical wood carvings of John Cross, a masterful contemporary folk artist.

Few would have predicted that an economics major at Middlebury College who earned a master’s degree in business at the University of Chicago would have begun carving during his career as a creative copywriter at a premier New York advertising agency. Humor, perseverance, and imagination are the skills reflected in all phases of his life journey.

John Cross began whittling while watching the filming of commercials for which he wrote the scripts for Proctor & Gamble and for Toyota. His ad copy promoted such iconic brands as Scope mouthwash and Crest toothpaste. During the day he wrote jingles from his advertising office in New York City, then headed for 813 Broadway where he shared a rented loft with sculptor William King, coincidentally in the same building where Wolf Kahn painted. Kahn, who now maintains a summer studio near Brattleboro, VT, is known for his sumptuous landscapes, and King, who died in 2015, worked in clay, wood, bronze, vinyl, burlap, and aluminum. Cross, King, and Kahn were among the poets, artists, and museum professionals who gathered for drinks and conversation at the renowned Cedar Tavern in Greenwich Village to encourage one another.

Cross has always worked with wood, in particular sugar pine. He favors figurative renderings of sports figures, especially the players and fans of the New York Yankees, artists, sideshow performers, Miss America contestants, fishermen, operatic stars, and playful everyday characters. He has researched players from the Negro Baseball League and commemorated them in compelling wood carvings. For many years Cross was represented by Jay Johnson, owner of a leading New York City American Folk Art gallery on Madison Avenue and later by the David Findlay Jr. Gallery on Fifth Avenue, and currently by the Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, NY. His carvings are in the public collections of the Museum of American Folk Art and the Smithsonian, and in the private collections of Garrison Keillor and Ali McGraw.

John Cross and his wife Linda Cross, also an artist, reside and work from their home studios in Elizaville, New York. The Hudson River is nearby, as is the scenic rail line which provides them easy access to New York City galleries and museums and their son Peter Cross (Middlebury College ’93) and his family, who live in Manhattan.

The Sheldon Museum retrospective will honor this accomplished sculptor, who continues to carve and inspire gallery and museum visitors.

Man with Cigar, c. 1990. Photo: Christian Carone

Time: 3/20/18 10:00am - 7/8/18 5:00pm
Location: Henry Sheldon Museum, One Park Street, Middlebury
Mar
20
2018
– THRU –
Jul
8
2018

Our Town: Love, Joy, Sadness, and Baseball — 100 Years of Photography from the Sheldon Museum

Our Town: Love, Joy, Sadness, and Baseball — 100 Years of Photography from the Sheldon Museum Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

While still an award-winning photographer with the National Geographic, James Pease Blair summered in Middlebury, Vermont. On his retirement, Jim Blair and his wife Elise settled in Vermont year-round. Jim became entranced by the singular photography collection found in the Research Center of the Henry Sheldon Museum, where he found exceptional images that traced the citizens, landscapes, and townscapes of Addison County and the Lake Champlain region.

Collaborating with Sheldon Museum Archivist Eva Garcelon-Hart, he has chosen three dozen remarkable photographs that will be displayed in the exhibit Our Town: Love, Joy, Sadness, and Baseball — 100 Years of Photography from the Sheldon Museum from March 20, 2018 through July 08, 2018. His choices reflect a photographer’s unique eye, developed in his early training from celebrated American photographers Harry Callahan and Aaron Siskind and while studying for a Bachelor of Science degree in photography at the Institute of Design of the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. Later during his long career at the National Geographic he traveled the world, advancing his art, resulting in further photographic achievements.

The exhibit features single and group portraits of Vermonters – both the celebrated and the ordinary citizen, village scenes capturing disasters and daily life, landscapes of Vermont’s treasured mountains and lakes. Stunning aerial landscape photographs were taken by George N. Lathrop (1900 – 1983). An extensive collection of Lathrop’s photographs and negatives of Addison County taken between 1930s and 1960s is part of the Sheldon archives.

100 years of life in the Middlebury region are highlighted in the exhibit. Vintage clothing and photographic equipment from the Sheldon Museum’s collection complement the exhibit.

Time: 3/20/18 10:00am - 7/8/18 5:00pm
Location: Henry Sheldon Museum, Middlebury
May
25
2018
– THRU –
Aug
12
2018

1968: The Whole World Is Watching

1968: The Whole World Is Watching Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

1968 was a year of upheaval and transformation—a year in which national and international events spawned intense vocal expression and protest. This exhibit, through the lens of art, music, and literature, looks back 50 years to consider the issues that transformed American society.

Free.

Location: Middlebury College Museum of Art, Christian A. Johnson Memorial Gallery, Middlebury
May
25
2018
– THRU –
Aug
12
2018

Just Kids: Photographs from the Nicholas Gift

Just Kids: Photographs from the Nicholas Gift Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

The museum recently received an extensive collection of photographs of children from all corners of the globe. This exhibition surveys documentary and intimate images that depict the characteristic activities, delights, and inevitable sorrows of childhood. Among the photographers included are Henri Cartier-Bresson, Louis Stettner, Danny Lyon, and Leonard Freed.

Free.

Location: Middlebury College Museum of Art, Overbrook Gallery, Middlebury
Sunday, May 27, 2018
May
26
2018
– THRU –
May
27
2018

Open Studio Weekend at Blue Roof Designs studio

Open Studio Weekend at Blue Roof Designs studio Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Using handmade papers & materials from both local artisans and from around the world, I hand-bind journals, photo albums, and guest books using traditional bookbinding techniques. I also design and create custom invitations and announcements.

Come for a tour of the studio, demonstrations, & savings up to 50% off seconds and discontinued styles. There will also be selection of bookbinding supplies available for purchase. Best of all, you can snoop through my paper drawers!

Children welcome!

I’m studio #160 in the gold Spring Event & Resource Guide.

Time: 5/26/18 10:00am - 5/27/18 5:00pm
Location: 846 Gallison Hill Road, Montpelier
May
26
2018
– THRU –
May
27
2018

Green Mountain Hooked Rugs Spring Open Studio

Green Mountain Hooked Rugs Spring Open Studio Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Visit this retail store and working studio to see how hooked rugs are made.

Time: 5/26/18 10:00am - 5/27/18 5:00pm
Location: Green Mountain Hooked Rugs 2838 County Rd, East Montpelier
May
26
2018
– THRU –
May
27
2018

Open Studio Brenda Hall Wood Design

Open Studio Brenda Hall Wood Design Vermont Arts 2018
Description:

Brenda Hall is a self-taught Wood Artist and Master Finisher. She has been creating Functional Art with wood for over 28 years.
Visit her studio over Memorial Day weekend on the Vermont Art Council Open Studio Tour. Her working studio, shop and homestead is nestled in Moosalamoo National Park in Goshen, VT over looking a 12 acre pond and surrounded by fir trees.
You will expect to find furniture, home accessories, utensils, charcuterie/cheese/bread boards, serving platters, sculptures, a resurrected vintage chaise, free ranging chickens & ducks and a renovated 1965 camper which will be offering tasty treats.
http://www.bhwooddesign.com
http://www.vermontcrafts.com

 

Time: 5/26/18 10:00am - 5/27/18 4:00pm
Location: 1516 Goshen Ripton Rd, Goshen