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    The Soda Plant Exhibition on View Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm through exterior doors. More info or for appointments send inquiries to spacegalleryvt@gmail.com.
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    Located within The Soda Plant @ Kilburn and Pine Streets in Burlington, Vermont

    Watch for our Space Man mural!

    The SPACE Gallery
    266 Pine Street
    Burlington, VT
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Studio Artists

Andrea Currie

Andrea Currie

Handmade Movable Wooden Toys by Andrea Currie

Blake Larsen

Blake Larsen - Untitled 3

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

Christy Mitchell

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

Francesca Genello

Jeff Bruno

Jeff Bruno

Mixed Media Painting by Jeff Bruno

John Berkey

John Berkey

John Berkey – ‘Love Mother Earth’

Julia Chalmers

Mark Eliot Schwabe

Mark Eliot Schwabe

’62 Corvette II Brooch by Mark Eliot Schwabe



Studio Hours: Art Hop and by appointment.

“I imagine harnessing time to send rocket ships into space, I think about dirigibles with steam engines, I envision refitting classic cars with complex industrials.  Then I make these things in metal, small sculptures (some are brooches and can be worn).  Finally, I delight in the joy that others show when seeing these “Transported” creations.
I use traditional metalworking techniques.  All pieces begin with raw metal stock (NO found objects).  Many pieces include movable parts.  Most brooches are available with a frame so that they may be displayed on a wall when not being worn.”

Matt Larson

Morgan Bailey

Nikki Laxar

Teresa Celemin

‘Sometimes I Can’t Stand Myself’ by Teresa Celemin

Teresa Celemin has a BFA in illustration from Parsons School of Design and an MFA in painting from the New York Academy of Art. Her work has appeared in various publications, including Spin and The Village Voice. Celemin has exhibited nationally including at Columbia University’s Wallach Art Gallery and St. John the Divine cathedral in NYC and locally at Studio Place Arts in Barre, Vermont and at multiple locations in Burlington.

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