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‘All the Feels’ Opens this Weekend!

‘All the Feels’

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery curated hallways of The Soda Plant
February 19 – April 30, 2021
Click on any image below to reserve your spot this weekend or visit for a self guided tour starting Mondays – Saturdays through April!

Featured here; Art by Dana Heffern, Andrew Prendimano, Alan Shulman, Nikki Laxar


In years past, the ‘All the Feels’ exhibition at The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery has felt both lighthearted, exploring themes of love, as well as diving deeper and commenting on the current political climate. In 2021, amidst a pandemic, the feelings have predominantly turned inward or about how we interact with each other. 40+ artists have created work with the prompt of ’emotion’, whether it was felt during the creation of the piece, in the content of the work, or how the viewer would interpret it later. We sure are feeling it, but one thing is certain, it feels good to be showing artwork again after a year of keeping our distance.

‘Almost There’ by David Holub

Join us this weekend for a soft opening of ‘All the Feels’ by reserving a spot for you and up to three members of your household to view the show in person! Select and reserve a 30 minute time slot on Friday, February 19 from 4-7pm and Saturday, February 20 from 1-5pm with a free ticket here: ‘All the Feels’ Soft Opening Viewing Hours

‘Roots and Wings’ by Lindsay Colburn

It’s our first curated exhibition since March of 2020 and we are so excited to open our doors to the public for this heartfelt show. Join us this weekend for reserved time slots, or visit The Soda Plant building for a self-guided tour each Monday – Saturday from 10am – 5pm. Gallery attendants on hand at The Space Gallery entrance each Friday & Saturday from 12-5pm. Inquires into the show may be sent to spacegalleryvt@gmail.com. See you soon!

May 1st Virtual First Friday Art Walk – Instagram Live Stream

First Friday Goes Virtual!

Join Gallery Director, Christy Mitchell on Instagram May 1st from 5-8pm @spacegalleryvt Live Feed

‘Unnatural Light’ exhibition photo by Luke Awtry

Alone, together! We just couldn’t pass up another First Friday Art Walk so we are bringing the show to you! Join us for a virtual art opening of our ‘Unnatural Light’ exhibition complete with studio and exhibiting artist Q&A’s tonight, May 1st from 5-8pm.

Join in with your favorite drink and watch on your desktop at https://www.instagram.com/spacegalleryvt/ or on your Instagram phone app @spacegalleryvt. Ask questions in the live feed comment section, or request to join in if we are not speaking with an artist!

Unnatural Light Exhibition photo by Luke Awtry

We will be doing a fundraiser for local food banks and services as well, matching designated funds from a portion of any art sales and donations that come in during the evening. For example for every donation to Feeding Chittenden that comes in for $5 or more, I’ll take a drink and match the funds! Simply comment on the live feed that you donated and you can send us the receipt in a message. We are also supporting free meals provided by Miss Weinerz and Hunger Free Vermont and will have the links available to participate.

Thank you for your ongoing support and “see” real soon!

 

‘All the Feels’ February Exhibition at The Space Gallery

‘All the Feels’

February 7 – 29, 2020

Gallery Hours: Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 12-5pm

‘Gone Fishing’ by Jessica Avery

‘All the Feels’ features artwork that exudes emotion, feeling, and causes reactions! Whether in the creation process from the artist, in the content of the piece, or in the response from the viewer while taking in the work, we all want to feel something!

‘Open as the Ocean, Free as the Sea’, by Alexandra Ottas

Join us this First Friday Art Walk from 5 -9pm for complimentary snacks, wine, and incredible artwork to view and purchase! We will be open during the impending snow storm, so get cozy indoors with us for this emotion filled exhibition!

‘Rhapsody in Blue and Green’ by Alan Shulman

 

 

The First ‘First Friday’ of the Year! ‘Small Works’ Continues

Small Works

First Friday Art Walk Reception

Friday, January 3rd from 5 – 9pm

Exhibition Duration: Open Thursdays – Saturdays through January 18, 2020

Small Works by Longina Smolinski and Kim Bombard

Now’s your chance to shop ‘small’ and bring a pop of color and interest into any area of the home or office! Perfectly sized for gift giving, our annual Small Works exhibition has hundreds of pieces and something for everyone.

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery is open Thurs-Sat 12-5pm!

Join us this evening from 5 – 9pm for complimentary wine and food as we close out the final weeks of this gorgeous exhibition. You may take the work with you upon purchase in this completely full show! Work is already leaving the walls, so stop in while you can. See you soon!

Ashley Roark with her artwork in the exhibition!

 

Artwork by Teresa Celemin, Lucie Stein, Aaron Stein, and Will Patlove

Artwork by Matt Larson and John Berkey

April: ‘Form/Function’ a Vermont Woodworking School Alumni Exhibition!

‘Form/Function’

A Vermont Woodworking School Alumni Exhibition

April 5 – 27, 2019

First Friday Opening Reception, April 5th from 5-9pm

Open Gallery Hours through April: Thursdays – Saturdays from 12-5pm

Glow Lamp by Towards Nightfall

Continuing in the long tradition of woodworking and craft culture in
the Northeast, ‘Form/Function’ features the works of emerging fine
furniture makers in Vermont. The makers each look to infuse beauty and
artistry into the objects that we live and interact with everyday,
looking past pure utilitarianism to craft pieces truly worth sharing
our spaces with.

Crook, chair by Jamie Herman

All the exhibitors were trained at the Vermont Woodworking School in
Fairfax and are members of the newly-formed Collective working out of
a cooperative shop in the school’s historic red barn. The members
represent four emerging furniture businesses, each one bringing a
distinct style and design aesthetic while staying true to the
time-tested methods of traditional wooden joinery and construction
techniques.

Intrepid, case by Valor Woodworking

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“Form/Function” features contemporary, handcrafted furniture from members of The Collective at the Vermont Woodworking School. The exhibit showcases modern takes on traditional wooden furniture forms,
blurring the line between art and function. Works by emerging local design/build companies Eleven Wood Design, Jamie Herman Studio Furniture, Towards Nightfall, and Valor Woodworks. Selections of photography featured by fellow woodworker, Eli Rosenblum-Stephens.