October 27 - November 17, 2012
An exhibit of plein air painting and photography reflecting hardships and harmony.
"This is not the Vermont of fall leaves and covered bridges the tourists come to see, but the Vermont of abandoned Plymouths, lost industries and declining family farms. Charlie Hunter captures that everyday beauty with realism and sympathy, his eye eager for the telling detail, the unusual viewpoint, and the unexpected angle." - Art New England
CLAIR DUNN sees Vermont in black and white. Her rural images often capture the result of abandonment while "rural urban" images depict the very human and very comfortable scale of Vermont's towns. The former are fast vanishing, the latter we still have time to think about. She lives and works in Swanton.
1206 Route 12, Mount Tom Building
Gallery Hours - During exhibitions:
11am - 4pm, Tuesday - Saturday