Wed, Oct 12, 2011 01:37 PM
The sun is shining, occasionally, and we hope the weeks ahead
will be full of a glorious fall but whatever the weather Art is
with us, the Guild is active and you are invited to come to these
programs and participate in our shows.
Saturday, October 15 -- The Killington Arts Guild is holding
a reception from 1-3 p.m., an All Member Show and a Historic
Display; and outside on the lawn Glen Campbell will be demonstrate
bronze pouring. Campbell, who operates his own foundry in West
Rutland, has worked at prestigious regional and national foundries,
will demonstrate the pouring and casting of bronze. The historic
panels are from Killington's 250th Celebration and will continue to
be shown until January. Open to the public, donations accepted.
Heavy rain will cancel this event. The Gallery is located at Cabin
Fever Gifts on Route 4 opposite the Killington Access Road.
Monday, October. 17 -- The Gathering of Poets will be held at the
Sherburne Memorial Library from 7-8:30 p.m. Readers are encouraged
to come and read their own work or their favorite verses. Listeners
are very welcome. Laura Wilder will lead the session. Refreshments
provided. Open to the public.
The October Newsletter compiled by Sally Curtis is available. It
contains present and future events and beautiful photos from the
recent "Food as Decoration" presentation by Laura Wilder and a
monoprint on marbleized paper similar to those that will be created
in a program on Dec. 3 from 2-4 p.m. at the Gallery. The Newsletter
is available on our website.
KAG website: Susan Wacker-Donle, Design Director and Web Master,
worked with Alice Sciore to create a distinctive background for the
site; an abstract representation of where we live. It picks up the
colors and movement of our Green Mountains, rivers and streams. The
transparent watercolor strokes of color set the voice of our
artistic creative community; a dynamic design which sets us apart
from other creative websites in the state with a modern, hand-honed
contemporary look. Be sure to see our new website
Tuesday, November 1 -- artists must bring their work to the Gallery
by for the next art show on January 7, "Art in Your Life." Which
will open with a reception. We hope this early notice will give
artists an opportunity to create something new and exciting.