New exhibit grows at Northern Daughters

VERGENNES — Northern Daughters gallery on Main Street in Vergennes, has a new exhibit up called “New Growth.” It’s a group exhibit featuring new work from Anna Dibble, Anne Cady, Bonnie Baird, Hannah Morris, Hannah Secord Wade, Julia Jensen, Pamela Smith, and Susanne Strater. The exhibition is on view at the gallery’s 221 Main St. location through July 14.
“New Growth” features predominantly green work to celebrate the change of season in Vermont. The title is also an acknowledgement to the ways our artists are pushing the boundaries of their work, reaching past a familiar place or comfort zone. The show will feature a selection of new pieces created by a group of gallery artists.
“The title ‘New Growth’ is a nod to our artists — to all artists — who continue to push their boundaries and remain vulnerable, especially when someone is a professional artist and financially dependent on their work selling,” said gallery co-owner Sophie Pickens. “I have so much respect for the willingness artists have to follow their inspiration and create work that feels necessary instead of playing it safe. Spring felt like the right time for us to honor the capacity to grow.”
For more info contact the gallery at [email protected] or (802) 877-2173, or visit northerndaughters.com.

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