Don’t miss this “Last Call” at Northern Daughters Fine Art Gallery in Vergennes. The Main Street gallery will close its doors after seven years at the end of the year.
What does a ghost look like? What about a spirit? How do we contemplate god? How do we honor the dead?
Weathering, a solo exhibit from artist Bonnie Baird, was named far prior to the recent weather events in Vermont.
Northern Daughters welcomes a duo exhibition featuring the work of visual artists Maria Flores Gallindo and Peter Wallis, on view June 21-July 31.
Carla Weeks’s solo exhibit, “Verdant,” at Northern Daughters will open Sunday, May 11 — just when Vermont bursts into the lush and brilliant greens of spring.
Hannah Session’s solo exhibit once again ushers Northern Daughters Fine Art Gallery in Vergennes into springtime in Vermont.
Northern Daughters is accepting submissions for an exhibit of artwork from artists under the age of 18 to raise funds for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Vergennes.
What do you turn to? This is the question that Northern Daughters asked eight artists to explore while creating work for NoDa’s winter exhibit, Solace.
The exhibit opens at the Vergennes Main Street gallery on Friday, Oct. 7, with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m., and an artist interview and Q&A at 6 p.m.
Northern Daughters is excited to announce “In Relation” a solo exhibit of new work from Rose Umerlik. Rose Umerlik’s work is abstract with a focus on form and line.
Northern Daughters Gallery on Main Street in Vergennes, opened a solo exhibit from Connecticut artist Sarah King at the beginning of the month.
Northern Daughters is excited to present “Life in the Valley,” a solo exhibit of new work from Hannah Sessions.
“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.”
A group show centered around winter solstice has become a mainstay on the exhibition calendar at Northern Daughters Fine Art Gallery on Main Street in Vergennes.
There isn’t anything particularly unusual about the subjects of Hannah Morris’ scenes — a group of kids hanging around, folks gathering in a living room, a picnic — but they make being human look fun. Check out her new show “On Second Thought” at Northern … (read more)