Piglets in Brandon: Artists Guild celebrates 25 years

Renowned artist and Brandon resident Warren Kimble made a huge splash in the 1990s putting his distinctive twist on 19th-century folk-art styles, creating a whimsical world of white New England houses and wildly proportioned farm animals.  One of those animals turned out to have more significance in his life, and to Brandon as a whole, than he probably anticipated: the pig.

BAG prepares for eclipse with exhibit

“In the Path of Shade” will be on view at the 7 Center Street Gallery from March 1-April 28.

Sculpture and photography in Rochester; student work in Brandon

BigTown Gallery on Main Street in Rochester, introduces the work of Joel Taplin and McKenzie Taplin, with an exhibit from Feb. 10-Feb. 18.

October artist of the month: Hallie Monroe

Hallie Monroe, master stained glass artist, will share the development of her craft, and speak on techniques of sandblast, acid etch, and her process of vitreous painting during an artist talk on Friday, Oct. 20, from 7-8 p.m., at the Brandon Artists Guil … (read more)

Meet the artist Liza Myers in Brandon

Liza Myers, a painter and sculptor will share her art career Friday, Sept. 15, at 7 p.m., at Brandon Artists Guild, 7 Center Street in downtown Brandon.

Brandon Artists Guild opens Holiday Show exhibit and shop

The downtown Brandon gallery is hung with care to share the joy of the holidays.

‘Common Thread,’ a fabric and fiber art exhibit in Brandon

For the two artists featured in the newest art exhibition in Brandon, threads are their paint, their clay, their stone, their metal and their canvas.

Brandon Artists Guild opens new exhibit: Vermont: On the Road

An all-member and all-media display, this show shares each artist’s favorite spots across Vermont, from crowd-favorite occasions to secret hideaways to even the road that gets you there.

Warren Kimble: Artful assemblages

Warren Kimble, at age 87, remembered everywhere as “the contemporary folk artist,” selects a venue dear to his heart to stage what he calls his “last hurrah,” until he retires once again.

New exhibits and events at local art venues

March is here and if you need some distraction to get through this month, check out the new exhibits and events coming up at Edgewater, Brandon Artists Guild and the Henry Sheldon Museum.

Call to artists: BAG’s spring jury now open

Want to become an exhibiting member of the Brandon Artists Guild? Applications are open now for the spring jury.

Local art gallery biz paints a pretty picture

“It’s a very strange thing,” said Theresa Harris, the manager of Edgewater Galleries in Middlebury, “we had a really wonderful year — one of our strongest years yet.”

Pencils and pottery show farm animals in art

With a name like “Home Grown; Pasture Raised” it’s no surprise that the new exhibit at the Brandon Artists Guild features farm animals — no, no, don’t get too excited, there won’t actually be sheep stuffing the gallery and chickens flapping in the windows … (read more)

New exhibit at Brandon Artists Guild

To celebrate summer’s bounty, the Brandon Artists Guild (BAG) presents “Feast for the Eyes” — a new, all-member, all-media art show. The exhibit opens with a free reception on July 9, from 5-7 p.m., and will run through Aug. 29.“Everyone’s hungry,” declar … (read more)

Signs of Life: New exhibit in Brandon

The Brandon Artists Guild is showing “Signs of Life” this spring — also the name of the BAG’s latest exhibition. “Signs of Life” features works by printmaker Jeannie Podolak and painter Dan Brett. The exhibit runs from May 7-July 5. A free opening recepti … (read more)