103 South Street, Bennington, VT,
will have a full schedule of exhibitions starting with a group show in May by members of the Guild. The opening reception for that show will be:
5 – 8 pm on Friday, May 3 – all are welcome.
|White Flowers (Oil), by Jackie Kelly|
June 7 marks the start of a show of Zentangle-inspired art in both 2 and 3 dimensions. Zentangle is a method of repeated, meditative, abstract patterning. Among those exhibiting will be Sadelle Wiltshire, CZT,and Ann Coakley, CZT, both certified teachers of the Zentangle method.
In July Bennington ceramic artist Joshua Primmer will exhibit his sculptural and functional stoneware while Jeanne Marklin of Williamstown, Mass., will show her hand-dyed art quilts.
In August a trio of well-known Vermont artists will have a combined show. Mary Angus will exhibit her blown and etched glass alongside Ellie Roden‘s pressed flower art and Stacie Mincher‘s jewelry and other accessories made from recycled zippers and vintage fabrics.
In September, coinciding with PleinAir Vermont 2013, Bennington artist Tony Conner will show his watercolors and they will be accompanied by ceramics by North Pownal artist Teru Simon.
From October 4 – November 18, MaryJane Sarvis will show her art photography and hand-painted fabrics, scarves, bags and pillows.
To wrap up the year, the Bennington Arts Guild will host its Annual Holiday Show of work by Guild members. For more information about the gallery or opening receptions visit www.benningtonartsguild.org.