|mixed media painting by Ann Stokes|
Weekends in March 2013:
Fridays & Saturdays, 12-3 p.m.
"Two roads diverged:" Painting and Sculpture by women who have started––or returned to––making art in later life
Artists included in the show are Barbara Baribeau (sculpture), Arlene Distler (painting, and curator), Kathleen Gatto-Gurney (sculpture), Marcia Hammond (painting), Marya Koskoris (painting), Lynn Martin (painting), Meris Morrison (painting), Ann Stokes (painting), and Muriel Wolf (mixed media mono-prints).
A surprising exhibit by women who have been writers, dancers, teachers, all the various paths that did NOT lead to a life in the visual arts, and have discovered or returned to their muse in their later years.
|"Dream of Haiti," mixed media by Meris Morrison|
A portion of proceeds of sales of work displayed will go to one of the following organizations, to be chosen by the artist: The Warrior Connection, an organization that helps women veterans dealing with PTSD through expressive art therapies; the Women's Freedom Center, which helps women suffering from physical or emotional domestic abuse; the program for women at AIDS Project of Southern Vermont; Stone Soup, an arts program of the Senior Center.
|Sculpture (Vermont marble), by Barbara Baribeau ~ 30"h|
The Dianich Gallery is at 139 Main Street, through the glass doors down the alley that leads to the Hooker-Dunham Gallery.
To view by appointment, call 802-380-1607
Catherine Dianich Gallery
139 Main Street