Leigh Harder exhibit: ‘The Blue Between Day and Night’

‏Leigh Harder was “initially inspired as a young artist to try to catch the particular blue of the changing twilight sky, what is commonly referred to as ‘the blue hour,’” she said.

See Dr. Munschauer’s paintings at Jackson Gallery

Tom Munschauer has a new avocation, but to call it a hobby would be understating the time and dedication he devotes to his art.

Students and instructors ‘learn together’

Middlebury Studio School’s mission is on terrific display right now through Dec. 22 at the Jackson Gallery in the lower level of the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury.

Learning Together: An exhibition of Middlebury Studio School student and teacher work

‏Town Hall Theater and Middlebury Studio School are proud to present a new exhibition at the Jackson Gallery from Nov. 10-Dec. 22.

Molly Hawley’s paintings on exhibit at Jackson Gallery

Hawley works in a number of media to explore how the surface images of the visible world represent a deeper reality.

Jackson Gallery hosts paper creations #Skylights

#Skylights is a collection of works on paper by Ripton artist Winslow Colwell, which take the simple kite to a new and whimsical spot in the virtual sky.

New group exhibit explores ‘Perennial Perspectives’ at Jackson Gallery

‏Jackson Gallery on the garden level of the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury, will open a new group exhibit on Monday, March 27.

The art of mycology: fungi photos on display

Mycology is the scientific study of fungi. Meg Madden is a local artist with a passion for this science, sparked while out on a hike with her young daughter during March of 2020, the early days of the pandemic lockdown.

Don’t miss the ‘Party Called Life’ at Jackson Gallery

Brandon artists Fran Bull and Robert Black are getting ready to close their exhibit at the Jackson Gallery in the lower level of the Town Hall Theater back on Feb. 18.

Jackson Gallery hosts ‘A Party Called Life’

The Jackson Gallery will be transformed into a carnival of color to warm the winter months.

‘Feral Stitching’: New exhibit at Jackson Gallery

The Jackson Gallery presents “Feral Stitching: Four Artists Collaborating,” a collection of fiber art explorations created by Sarah Ashe, Janet Fredericks, Kari Hansen and Lily Hinrichsen. 

Art: In Praise of Darkness: The “Writing on the Wall Project” and Samuel Wyatt

Vermont artist Samuel Wyatt studies the light, shadow and textures of urban settings. His new exhibit in Middlebury explores the communications found within those settings in the form of graffiti.

Jackson Gallery shows paintings by Brenda Myrick and Barbara Lane

The Jackson Gallery presents an exhibition of paintings by mother and daughter, Barbara Lane and Brenda Myrick.

Jackson Gallery opens Prindle Wissler retrospective

When Prindle Wissler died at age 99, in 2011, she left behind a legacy of hundreds of colorful, dynamic canvasses.

‘Timbuctoo’ curator to give presentation

If you haven’t had a chance to explore the exhibit “Dreaming of Timbuctoo” yet, consider attending curator and writer Amy Godine’s presentation on Thursday, Oct. 14, at 6 p.m.