Tuesday - Friday 12 pm-6 pm, Saturday 10 am-5 pm
75 Merchants Row, Rutland
Friday, January 10, 5-7 pm
Wine, hors d'oeuvres, and live music!
Full House Exhibit features five regional artists and their diverse works.
- Peter Lundberg is a world renowned sculptor exhibiting his work around the world as well as our back yard. His sculptures are made from metal, stone, and concrete to form "a landscape of very primitive things, rudimentary elements of life".
- Skip Martin is rarely an arm’s reach from his camera bag, ready to capture the fleeting moments, never to be seen again. He has had a life long appreciation for the astounding beauty that the natural world creates, capturing its wonders through his lens.
- Joshua Rome made his way to Japan at the age of 21 and ended up spending three decades studying and creating art. A great body of his work was done in rural mountains of Japan an hour from Kyoto, where he captured the landscapes of a society in transition. He has done over eighty five solo shows both in Japan and across the United States.
- Brigitte Rutenberg defines herself as a “paper quilter”. Drawing on small stamp-sized piece of vellum paper and then attaching them one by one, collectively fitting together to form into her intended design.
- Claemar Walker is a painter who has experimented with many paint mediums, most recently creating her own pigments from coffee grounds. This monochromatic medium matched with her vision and skill provides a bold and soft elegance to her artwork.
Contact: Chaffee Art Center/Chaffee Downtown