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Closing Reception Friday 6-9pm! ‘Members Exhibiton’ & ‘Holding Pattern’ at The Space Gallery

Closing Reception Friday 6-9pm! ‘2021 Space Gallery Members Exhibiton’ & ‘Holding Pattern’ with an Artist Talk by Christy Mitchell at 7:30pm

‘The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery 2021 Members Exhibition’
Group show by 50 Member Artists
June 11 – August 7, 2021

Closing Reception: Friday, August 6 from 6pm – 9pm

The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery is proud to feature work by 50 member artists from across Vermont! Each artist was prompted to bring up to three pieces, regardless of content or medium, that represents their personal style. The result is a wide range of perspectives in materials ranging from fiber, metal, wood, oil painting, collage and more. This summer long members exhibition has something for everyone in accessible price ranges that allow you to have fun while you support local arts!

‘timeless’ & ‘note’ by Christy Mitchell in ‘Holding Pattern’, photo by Luke Awtry

‘Holding Pattern’
Installation by Christy Mitchell
June 11 – August 7, 2021

Closing Reception: Friday, August 6 from 6pm – 9pm
Artist Talk: 7:30pm

Set in an early 20th century Victorian style home, ‘Holding Pattern’ imagines conversations and changes to everyday life experienced over many decades and family dynamics. If these walls could talk about the things that we say and what we hide from the public, what would they tell us? Christy Mitchell combines artifacts from the past to tell stories about modern day topics that have affected her, but are also universal. As we are collectively released from the holding pattern of the last year, a critical eye must be trained on what we will take with us and what should be left behind.  

Read the Review in Seven Days, “If These Walls Could Talk” by Pamela Polston July 28, 2021 Article Link Here

 

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

 

 

July 2019: ‘Cadence’ A Fiber Arts Exhibition

Cadence

A Fiber Arts Exhibition

July 5 – 27, 2019

Mixed Media and Fiber Art By:
Almuth Palinkas, Eve Jacobs-Carnahan, Leslie Roth, and Sharon Webster

‘Garden of Repose’ tapestry by Almuth Palinkas

First Friday Art Walk, July 5th from 5-9pm

Artist Talk and Poetry, Friday, July 19th from 6-8pm

‘In the Marsh’ mixed media by Eve Jacobs-Carnahan

The word Cadence, has rich associations. In jazz, it signals rhythm, flow and inventive solos in the company of others. Each of the four artists in this show bring a distinct approach to their art, yet a common thread – literally – ties these diverse and lively pieces together. Their work reflects deep engagement with their materials – and delight in the surprises and elaborations that spring from them.

‘Stitched Left Hand’ mixed media by Sharon Webster

Enjoy and see you during First Friday Art Walk, the Artist Talk, or all month long Thursdays – Saturdays from 12-5pm!

June 2019: ‘Bound to Happen’ An Exhibition by the Book Arts Guild

‘Bound to Happen’

An Exhibition by the Book Arts Guild of Vermont

June 7 – 29, 2019

Opening Reception: First Friday Art Walk June 7th from 5-9pm
Gallery Open Hours: Thursdays – Saturdays from 12-5pm

‘Bound to Happen Exhibition’ work by Rebecca Boardman

‘Bound to Happen’ features artwork from members of the Book Arts Guild
of Vermont. Using the book as a format or as material, artists use the
interaction of concept, structure, materials, and content to create a
kind of happening or experience for the reader. The exhibit includes a
wide range of techniques and subject matter ranging from repurposed
books turned into sculptural shapes to miniature woven paper
structures.

‘Bound to Happen Exhibition’ work by Marcia Vogler

The mission of the B.A.G. is to promote public awareness of book and
paper arts, increase learning opportunities, and create a supportive
and welcoming environment for members and friends. Monthly meetings
feature hands-on projects, demonstrations, lectures and discussions on
a wide variety of topics. Enjoy the exhibition for the month of June!

‘Bound to Happen Exhibition’ work by Elissa Campbell