Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Dual-artist exhibit to be featured at the Castleton Bank Gallery

Friday, March 23, 6 p.m.—RUTLAND—The Castleton Bank Gallery in Rutland will feature the works of local artists Hannah Sessions and Joe Lupiani running from March 10 through April 21 with an artist reception scheduled for Friday, March 23 at 6 p.m.

Entitled “From Farm and Field,” the dual-artist exhibit will feature a variety of works including paintings created by Sessions, and sculptures by Lupiani. Sessions’ work shares meditative moments she experiences on her farm, Blue Ledge, deftly capturing light and color, while Lupiani’s series of “Chimeras” explore his interest in classical sculpture, with a charming and playful twist.

Hannah Sessions graduated cum laude from Bates College in Maine and shortly thereafter established Blue Ledge Farm with her husband in Addison County.

Joe Lupiani lives in Grafton, after moving from Arizona where he owned and operated a metal foundry.

The Castleton Bank Gallery is located on the corner of Center Street in Rutland and is open Thursday through Saturday, 12 p.m.-6 p.m. For more information, email

Photo Courtesy Castleton Bank Gallery
Artist Hannah Sessions creates paintings inspired by her farm, such as these goats.

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