Currently Exhibiting 

in the Art’s Alive Gallery @ Main Street Landing’s Union Station

1 Main Street Burlington VT


“Art’s Alive Annual Art Hop First 50!”

Art’s Alive is dedicated to increasing awareness and appreciation of Vermont visual artists.

Art’s Alive, in conjunction with Seaba Burlington, and Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center is pleased to be hosting its Annual Art Hop First 50 exhibition, continuing a Burlington tradition dating back to the Pascal Spengemann era at BCA.

First 50 is a democratic exhibition which provides a showcase for emerging amateur artists to exhibit their work alongside professional artists well into their post-emergent careers.

This exhibition will be open during the 24th South End Art Hop on Friday September 9th, 5-10pm, Saturday September 10th, 10-10pm and Sunday September 11th, 10am-4pm. This group exhibition runs September 2nd through October 30th.


This exhibit is at 1 Main Street, for more information, please contact SEABA at 802-859-9222 or artsalivevt@yahoo.com Open M-F, 8-3pm, Sat-Sun by apt only. Curated by SEABA

Currently Exhibiting

in the Gallery @ Main Street Landing

Lake & College Building on the Burlington Waterfront
60 Lake Street, 2nd Floor Suite 2E


Art’s Alive Presents


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Art’s Alive welcomes Burlington based artist, Katie Loesel.

Her work uses abstraction and color to explore ideas of geological history, microscopic surfaces, and rocky formations. Her interest in human influence on climate change and plastic as a distinct marker of our current era play into the shapes and forms. Plastiglomerate is a new type of rock formation that has been proposed as a geological marker of our current epoch, the Anthropocene, created from a mixture of natural and sedimentary elements fused by plastic from the ocean. The horror and intrigue from this distinctly human interference inspires the shape, form, and color that meld together through layers in the artwork. The appearance of these objects in the work are strangely playful, yet expose our flaws as creators of this plastic virus that is becoming layered into our history. The subjects in the artwork develop and grow in complexity throughout the process of making and layering and range from simple, overlapping shapes, to complicated structures.

Her exhibit runs through the end of October, while also being open for the 2016 Art Hop weekend, at 60 Main Street, Suite 2-E, for more information, please contact SEABA at 802-859-9222 or artsalivevt@yahoo.com Open M-F, 8-3pm, Sat-Sun by apt only.