Jackson Gallery hosts 11th annual holiday show
MIDDLEBURY — The Jackson Gallery will be filled with original, handmade and hand printed art, fine crafts and jewelry. This exhibition will feature 25 regional artists whose work represents a wide variety of media and styles. All have been recognized for their individual approaches to design and image.
Cristine Kossow works in pastel and has exhibited widely, though she has just recently moved to this area. Phoebe Stone will exhibit small pastel paintings in her own unique and colorful style and Patricia LeBon Herb will show paintings that reflect her thoughtful approach to image design. Karla Van Vliet will bring jewelry along with her fascinating paintings created in layered multiple media. Wood worker Rich Steele will return with his unusual small cabinets. Hope Johnson will display her expertly crafted “bee” quilts along with Deanna Shapiro’s fanciful fabric collages.
Karen Lynch will bring her delicate pencil drawings. Recent exhibitor Don Perdue will display miniature sculptures representing a variety of his many techniques. Their works will join paintings and drawings by returning artists Sarah Ashe, Judy Albright, Gabrielle McDermit, Joan Curtis, Gayl Braisted, Lyn DuMoulin, Mimi Love, Molly Hawley, Lily Hinrichsen, Mike Mayone, Barbara Nelson, Sarah Wesson, Catherine Palmer, Carol Calhoun and Yinglei Zhang.
This holiday season show has become a tradition at the Jackson Gallery, located in the lower level of the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury, and features unique and affordable works available for purchase. The exhibit starts off with an opening reception on Friday, Nov. 16, from 5-7 p.m., and continues through Dec. 31. Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday 12-5 p.m., and an hour before any public events in the building. For further information, call (802) 382-9222 or visit townhalltheater.org.