Brandon, Vermont has been called "the art and
soul of Vermont". Today, with over fifty artists belonging to the Brandon Artists Guild
and thirty artist studios and galleries in town, there is enough variety to suit any taste or budget - from folk and fabric artists to potters and painters; sculptors and jewelers and more! Brandon's most famous artist,
Warren Kimble, can be found around town helping other artists,
helping with committees, and having a good time at his newly opened
studio on Park Street.
Commemorating the 10th
anniversary of the Brandon Artist's Guild, this year's theme is
What's Hatching in Brandon?
Judith Reilly Gallery
, featuring Judith's fabric art, is open on Friday and Saturday afternoons at 24 Conant Square. Visit with Judy in her historic home and marvel at her quilts and pen and ink drawings. For more information, contact Judy by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or at 802-247-8421.
or is as known in Brandon, the BAG is a collective of 50 artists with the purpose of displaying work while having a positive influence in the community of Brandon, VT. We provide art education and art grants and work closely with area arts organizations to enrich the lives of all it's citizens.
Visit the Medana Gabbard Gallery at 1340 Grove St. (Route 7 North) Call 802-247-5520 or email to: email@example.com for more information.
Country Owl Studio/Gallery
is open in downtown Brandon. Take a class, peruse artist Dolores Furnari's work, or pick up art supplies. 8 Conant Square. Call 802-247-3695.
Artisans at the Bend
is located "at the bend" on Route 7 near the edge of the village. The barn is a studio/gallery for creating contemporary folk art paintings and sculpture. Owner/artists Jim Barner and Robin Rodda Kent's work has been purchased by the American Folk Art Museum in New York City, the Warren Kimble Museum's permanent collection in Brandon, and carried by prominent galleries nationwide. Open by chance or appointment. Call 802-247-6637.
Check out the folk art gallery of local artists John Hoare and Linda Hickox at Gingerbread House Fine and Folk Art Gallery (on Route 73E; 802-247-3380).
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