OPEN PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT ARTIST PICK UP!
FRIDAY MARCH 27 – SUNDAY MARCH 29,2015
Friday March 27, 10am-6pm
Saturday March 28, 10am-6pm
Sunday March 29, 12-6pm
On Friday and Saturday the gallery will be unattended – artists who pick up are advised to initial the tags by their photos! Thank you! Art’s Alive representatives will be in the gallery 12-6pm on Sunday!
If the front doors of Union Station are locked on Saturday please enter the building via the train station entrance on the waterfront/west side of the building!
Thank you for participating in the 2nd Annual Art’s Alive Open Photography Exhibit! We look forward to seeing you again next year and stay tuned for several new Calls to artists in the upcoming weeks!
January 19 – March 29, 2015
in the Art’s Alive Gallery @ Main Street Landing’s Union Station
1 Main Street Burlington VT
2nd Annual Art’s Alive Open Photography Exhibit
Artist’s Reception First Friday, February 6, 5-8pm!
Beginning in 2012 Art’s Alive dedicated its Winter Exhibition to the Art of Photography. In 2012 two photographers, Rick Jasany and Kevin Morin were chosen to exhibit. In 2013 the exhibition was expanded to four photographers and featured Robin Katrick, Trine Wilson, Melissa Thebarge & Laina Johnson. Last year the decision was made to expand this exhibition to an open call to all resident Vermont Photographers, inviting artists to present 1-3 pieces for display. 2015 marks the 2nd Annual Open Call and what promises to be the continuation of a new Winter Tradition in the Art’s Alive Gallery at Main Street Landing’s Union Station! This year’s installation features more than 100 photographs by 37 Vermont Artists!
in the Gallery @ Main Street Landing
January 5 – March 29, 2015
Lake & College Building on the Burlington Waterfront
60 Lake Street, 2nd Floor Suite 2E
Art’s Alive Presents:
“Our Favorite Things”
…is just that, works of art inspired by all that appeals to our senses.
Sally Hughes and Carol Shallow first met in watercolor class of the inspirational Kathleen Berry Bergeron. Painting together in a supportive group of students, both developed a love for the medium of watercolor. Carol and Sally formed a closer bond when they participated in the Vermont Artist Residency at Vermont Studio Center as well as the Jericho Plein Air Festival. When an opportunity for an exhibition was offered to them, a joint show seemed a natural expression of their shared passion.