The new show at the Killington Arts Gallery features the art of
Nancy Enderlin Pisano. It begins at the top of the stairs with her
colorful picture of a barn in the Adirondacks, enters the first
room briefly and then takes up most of the space in the second.
Nancy's work has strong colors, well-defined details and a deep
sense of dimension. She loves nature walkways with trees and
leaves. She uses oil paintings, multimedia and glass mirrors for
her art. One picture in the show is of a birch tree using real bark
from the tree.
On the stairs and in the second room are many of the small works
of Guild members and the center of the second room contains
sculptures, particularly those of Alice Sciore. One piece is a
black marble sheet covered with the impressions of prehistoric life
selected and mounted by Robert Pye.
Pye is a new member of the KAG, and on August 20 his Mount
Carmel Mable Sculpting facility in Chittenden will be the sight of
KAG field trip.
Gallery Director Alice Sciore, was just putting finishing
touches on the show as I came with Janine for a preview. Mike Young
had not yet put up the information about individual pieces.
Alice is very excited because the Town of Killington and the
Millers have shown an interest in allowing KAG to place a logo on
the front of the building, which is owned by the Millers.
Part of the first Gallery is closed for renovations, but I have
noticed wherever I go other businesses have the same
work-in-progress going on while they carry on their regular
Nancy Neyerlin Pisano was featured in this column in early March
when she was elected to the KAG Board of Directors and will be
giving classes on Glass Mosaic Mirrors as part of KAG's
contribution to Summerfest in July. This is the second year she has
been one of the Summerfest artists.
The current show continues until August 18 and is open to the
public without charge. The KAG Gallery is located upstairs at Base
Camp Outfitter/Cabin Fever Gifts, 2363 Route 4, Killington, VT,
opposite the entrance to the Killington Access Road.