The Guild held the opening for its new show as a Chamber of
Commerce mixer in conjunction with Base Camp Outfitters and Cabin
Fever Gifts. It was well attended by artists, community business
people, local, and out of town visitors. Many new and exciting
works of art are included in the show titled "Art and Soul." Sally
Curtis, KAG president, said that blown glass interiors by Paedra
Bramhall are a unique feature of the show as is an exquisite marble
woodpecker sculpture by Robert Pye. She commented that "Our local
artists have excelled with work for this show and the watercolor,
oil, photography, acrylic, and multi-media pieces will reward the
Alice Sciore, gallery director, said "the participants appreciated
the high quality of the art in the show as well as the looks of the
Gallery itself. And they enjoyed the refreshments provided by Phil
Black and his chef Peter Millendorf."
The work of the winter-renovating at the gallery; the efforts of
the artists and the planning of our Board of Directors with the
help and support of Mike and Diane Miller produced a joyous event
to open the season.
One of the things Vermont does best is autumn.
Photos by Susan R. Wacker-Donle
Rich McCoy, Judy Storch and Chris Nyberg enjoy the Killington
Chamber Mixer at the Killington Arts Guild gallery at Base Camp
Outfitters, Tuesday, Sept. 4.
The birch and sugar maples trees among the evergreens create a
brilliant background for the small villages with white church
steeples, covered bridges, and the red barns.
This is the time before the first leaves of autumn fall. The
weeks and days ahead will be full of clear, vivid blue skies,
mounds of harvested vegetables, bouquets of yellow, orange, maroon,
violet and purple chrysanthemums. This is the time to pause and
enjoy the fruits of summer before "the wheel turns." Enjoy Vermont
inside and out.
The public and visitors to the area are invited to come up to
the second-floor Gallery, open every day 9:30 to 5:30, above Cabin
Fever Gifts, opposite Killington Road.
The show is called "Art and Soul." No official words have been
written by KAG poets on that theme but Stella Adler wrote these
provocative lines, "Life beats down and crushes the soul and art
reminds us that we have one."
Quote and inspiration on autumn from "May Sarton's Well."
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