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    Located within The Soda Plant @ Kilburn and Pine Streets in Burlington, Vermont

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    The SPACE Gallery
    266 Pine Street
    Burlington, VT
    spacegalleryvt@gmail.com
    802-578-2512
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Studio Artists

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery Studio Artists:

Christy Mitchell

Christy Mitchell resides in Burlington, Vermont where she has built a small creative empire in the South End Arts District, taking underutilized historical warehouse spaces and building out gallery and working artist studios for the local creative population.

You can see a current body of work during her annual solo exhibition every November at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery.

Christy Mitchell with her piece, ‘Wash That Man Right Out’, photo by Matthew Thorsen

For questions about the gallery or open studios, contact us directly at spacegalleryvt@gmail.com


Alex Costantino

‘Lighthouse Island’, landscape installation by Alex Costantino


Jake Rifken

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‘Up And Up’, wire sculpture by Jake Rifken

Jake Rifken is a wire sculptor and can create large pieces of work using the smallest of wire. He sets his mind on a shape and can create it almost out of thin air. His pieces are often large, but almost transparent, due to his spider web like technique.


Jeff Bruno

Jeff Bruno

Mixed Media Painting by Jeff Bruno


Mark Eliot Schwabe

Mark Eliot Schwabe

’62 Corvette II Brooch by Mark Eliot Schwabe

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Studio Hours: Art Hop, Holiday Hop and by appointment.

“I am a sculptor & jewelry designer/maker. I love the SteamPunk style. Its reverence for things mechanical (like in the days of steam power), Victorian fashion, wit, and a healthy dose of science fiction is all GREAT fun!

Metals are my medium. I work with raw metal stock (not found objects), using traditional jewelry making & metal working techniques.

My SteamPunk work has received important recognitions: The SteamPunk Museum, the online museum “Exhibiting the inspirational people, events & artifacts of the Steampunk community”; “Robots, Rockets & Steampunk” 2012 exhibit at the Shelburne Museum and “Steampunkinetics” a major 2012 exhibit of Steampunk art with moving parts, AFA Gallery, New York.”


Frank DeAngeles


I started painting for the very first time in April of 2016.  I work mostly with acrylics & earth friendly spray paints on canvas and wood.  Also I have recently been working with pencils on sketch paper.  Each art piece is an experiment driven by love, passion, chaos, imagination, loud music, and many times late night energy. I have had a number of shows “My art is passionate and imperfect much like life itself”.
www.frankdeangelis.art


Timothy Neily

Tim Neiley

Acrylic Ocean Painting by Tim Neiley


Andrea Currie

Andrea Currie

Handmade Movable Wooden Toys by Andrea Currie


Christopher Dunwoody

Chris Dunwoody


Blake Larsen

Blake Larsen - Untitled 3

Blake Larsen – ‘Untitled 3’, acrylic on 140lb papier d’arche


John Berkey

John Berkey

John Berkey – ‘Love Mother Earth’


Longina Smolinski

Longina Smolinski - Running Into Yourself (2)

Longina Smolinski – ‘Running Into Yourself (2)’, acrylic on canvas


Trav Fryer

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