Red Flower Pendant
Medium: Sterling silver and enamel jewelry.
Using traditional methods and materials, and with our natural world in mind,
Lynn creates pieces both classical and contemporary.
Druzy and Onyx
Medium: Gold and Silver jewelry.
Custom designs in gold and silver by juried member of the Vermont Handcrafters. Sandra has over two decades of designing and repairing fine jewelry.
Medium: Color woodblock prints.
Color woodblock prints made with rice paste, water, pigments, brushes and a hand-held baren using the Japanese hanga method.
Mary Fox Church
In my paintings, I try to capture a moment that brings the viewer a recalled emotion and sense of life recaptured.
Along the River
Inspired by constantly changing reflections in water, Isobel uses
transparent watercolors to create a gentle atmosphere in her landscape
Oxbow forming on the Ompompanoosuc
She paints the world around her, mostly the Ompompanoosuc River and the valleys that feed it.
Medium: Oil on canvas
I paint in oil or pastel in reverence to the transient moments in nature’s landscapes and beings.
Out Of Reach
Carol's art is primarily inspired by the magnificent scenery and abundant
wildlife that surrounds us here in New England with occasional scenes from
Chatham on Cape Cod
Mediums: oil and pastel
I paint in oils and sometimes pastels. Outdoor landscapes, plein air or from photographs. Also, I like Vermont cows and sheep. Good subjects and fun to paint. My paintings are usually bright with a lot of color.
There Would Be
Mediums: oil and pastel
Inspiration for Betsy’s subtle and poetic landscape paintings comes from places she has visited or has just simply imagined.
Mediums/media: stained glass, mosaic, painting, prints
Over 35 years working as a professional decorative artist, Greg has
designed and created numerous small and large glass or mosaic works.
Photography is my passion. I attempt to capture nature in a unique way through macro photograpy, reflections and patterns.
Nora Palmer Gould
Medium: Fiber (knitting)
Knitted sweaters, hats, mittens for adults and children. Illustration of a “fairy sweater” for a child and her 18-inch doll.
Medium: Gold nd silver jewelry, semi-precious stones.
Jewelry inspired by the textures and flow of large bodies of water: sculptural and interactive. Case’s work includes a bridal line of tiaras and neckpieces.
A moment of glory
Medium: Sumi-ink/Gansai wc
Using Japanese brush Calligraphy technique for over 40 years in US, my mind and brush are following the artistic wind without resistance, so that
I feel that I am “Doing nothing, but doing something.”
Mediums: Fiber (yarn)
Description: Handweaver and knitter creating items to be worn or to decorate your home.
Medium: Oil on Canvas and Pencil on Paper
Carl Mehrbach studied with Philip Guston, receiving his MFA from Boston University. Mehrbach's work aims to communicate the human condition via images of figures interacting with one another and with nature.
|Robin makes boxed "woodland fairy dresses" made of forest found material, born from a love of miniatures and nature.
Artist in clay
Barbara D. Newton
Japanese-type papers are torn, layered and shredded to produce
variations of color, line and texture. Subject matter - nature.
Medium: Pastels and Oils
Robin prefers to work from life, but also will draw from her own photographs subjects that interest her. Light and color play an important role in much of her work. Her subjects range from rivers, lakes, mountains and sky to intimate glimpses of the landscape.
Seeing beauty in almost anything, capturing that beauty and interpreting it for myself and others is why I paint.
Amanda Ann Palmer
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Hand thrown and sometimes altered functional ceramics.
Marsh Near Quechee Gorge
Medium: Oil on Canvas
My paintings are executed in oils, with the frequent addition of charcoal, graphite, ink or torn paper for textural and linear emphasis.
Spring Time Tulips
Linda loves the expression of art as an experience to learn more about life.
This is her philosophy as a teacher and an artist.
Sunny Wall, Venice
|Medium: Watercolor and pencil are what I work in to capture my favorite images.
Carol Santa Maria
Works of cut paper folded in unique ways to emphasize flowing lines and continual movement
Medium: Watercolors and etching
I love to observe and try to depict the natural beauty of the world around me.
|I use Japanese brushes and ink or Western oils to capture life forms, landscapes, and still life.