Middlebury The Jackson Gallery in Middlebury will be filled with art and fine crafts once again through the holiday season. Honoring the fifth year of this annual show, an invitation went out to all previous exhibitors.
Twenty-seven regional artists will be presenting work in a wide variety of media. All have been recognized for their individual approaches to style, design and image, making this exhibit a true celebration of local talent.
Painters Woody Jackson, Phyllis Demong, Jill Madden, Mike Mayone, Gabrielle McDermit, Sarah Wesson, Gayl Braisted, Carol Calhoun, Jean Cannon, Jean Cherouny, Steven P. Goodman, Dee Hodges, Tom Lennon, Mimi Love, and Judy Beaney offer their perspectives on the Vermont landscape, views from their lives and travels, and abstract compositions in an eclectic mix. They are joined by printmakers Ray Hudson and Lily Hinrichsen. Klara Calitri will show ceramic bowls along with her colorful paintings.
Anna Fugaro, Deanna Shapiro and Linda Durkee display their unique imagery through mixed media, while Lowell Snowdon Klock, Richard Steele and Suki Fredericks offer striking compositions in photography. Bruce Baker’s silver jewelry, quilted pieces by Hope Johnson and small hand-woven tapestries by Elinor Steele will round out this exciting exhibit.
This holiday season show has become a tradition at Town Hall Theater and features unique and affordable works available for immediate purchase.
The exhibit continues through Dec. 31. The Jackson Gallery is open Monday–Saturday from noon–5 p.m. and during theater events. For information call 802-382-9222.