Woodcarver and former park ranger, Philip Morgan, will demonstrate his skill at carving realistic bird sculptures on October 4 at Gallery at the VAULT. Phil's bird backscratchers are popular items at the gallery and he'll be leading a workshop here next spring. Ascutney Mountain Audubon Society will provide delicious bird-friendly coffee to sample and a chance for people to sign up for monthly emails to order coffee. Gallery at the VAULT is already the drop-off spot for local orders. "Our" birds travel to South America in the winter and bird-friendly coffee growing methods are crucial to their survival. The AMAS will provide information on the bird/coffee connection.
While sampling coffee, visitors might consider buying a beautiful handmade mug!
Gallery at the VAULT, a Vermont State Craft Center, is a key stop on the annual Fall Open Studio weekend, October 4 and 5. 10am to 5pm
Until November 5
Photographer Len Emery
Gallery at the VAULT is pleased to present a new and unique portrait show by photographer Len Emery, a master at his craft and a freelance photojournalist. The show contains a small collection of the dozens of people that he photographs. "They are interesting people with equally interesting lives" quotes Len. The show will be on display until November 5. Stop by and enjoy.
September 24 until October 22
A selection of flamboyant fruits and voluptuous vegetables lavishly hand painted on pure silk shawls and scarves. This tempting collection is a truly glamorous way to get your 'five a day'.
The scarves are also complimented with a sumptuous selection of handcrafted vintage bags. Each one is made to a unique recipe from a selection of vintage fabrics and adorned with treasures and trinkets from days gone buy.
This show by Teresa Hillary, back by popular demand will be here from September 24 until October 22.