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68 Main St, Springfield, VT - Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
802-885-7111 ~ email us: galleryvault@vermontel.net
The State of Vermont has recognized the contributions to the economy and culture of the state 
by honoring VAULT with official designation as a Vermont State Craft Center.  
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VAULT is a non-profit visual arts organization established to encourage an appreciation of the visual arts while furthering the revitalization of Downtown Springfield.

We serve the community by offering opportunities for learning and participation in the creative process, and providing a marketplace for artists.

Open Tues. - Sat. 11 am - 5 pm
68 Main St, Springfield, VT, 05156
Gallery at the VAULT is supported in part by an award from the Vermont Arts Council and from National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.
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Thank you to Gallery at the VAULT’s
2016 Corporate Fund Donors
Corporate Fund Drive is now under way.

HB Energy Solutions
IPG Employee Benefits
King’s Corner LLC
Claremont Savings Bank
Bibens Ace Hardware
Springfield Animal Hospital
Gurney Brothers Construction
Lucas Industries
Parker and Ankuda
​Graham & Graham, PC
Open Wall Show
"Kaleidoscope of Color"
August 17 - October 27
Gallery at the VAULT presents a new Open Wall show "Kaleidoscope of Color". This show includes beautiful photographs, paintings, sculpture, pen and ink, linen bowls, jewelry, mixed media and wood art to brighten your day. We also have a great steampunk table and hair fascinators. The works will be on display until July 28 along with the wooden toys for the younger set. Open Wall is a non-juried show for any artists living in a 30 mile radius of Springfield. It's diversity is just wonderful, a joy to see.

Mixed media by Jan Gould
Seth Phoenix
Fall Things Bright & Beautiful
Now through November 3

Sing the praises of fantastic fall with a show of stunning silk scarves by guest artist Teresa Hillary at Gallery at the VAULT from now through November 3. Tune up your outfits with these totally unique hand painted scarves featuring a medley of fall favorites including symphonic sunflowers, jazzy geraniums and a rhapsody of roses. Yes, there are a couple of dancing dragonflies for those who missed them in the spring. Teresa has outdone herself. Enjoy.

*Inkle Loom Weaving Workshop – Oct. 29, 9:30 to 12:30 
for children age 8 and up.
Design and weave beautiful bookmarks, a sturdy belt, or handy strap. Choose colorful cotton yarns to make a striped pattern, set up a simple table loom, and complete your project in a few hours. $20. 
Bring a friend or family member to learn to weave with you (on same loom) for free.

*Make a Snow Globe – Nov. 26, 9:30 to 11:30
Create your own special world inside a jar using small figures and found objects. For children and an adult partner. $15.
Taught by Allaire Diamond & Diane Kemble

Art Camps taught by Melissa Post, Diane Kemble and others.
*Please pre-register for these workshops. Scholarships available. 

Calling All Local Artists

You are invited to show your work at Gallery at the VAULT in our Open Wall Show. This is a chance to display your work in a non juried show. There is no fee. It is a great for artists who would like to get their work out there for the first time as well as for seasoned artists. The next show's theme is "Glistening Wondersl". You can bring in 2 works if they are 18'" x 20" or smaller, or 1 if it is larger. Sculpture, pottery, etc. are appreciated just as much as wall art. The work needs to be suitable for viewing by all ages. The time to bring your creations in is Thursday 10/27 from 5-6:30 pm, Friday, 10/28 from 11-5, or on Saturday, 10/29 from 11 -5, if you cannot come during the week.

The show will be on display from November 1 through December 29.
Moonlight of Morgan Hill comes to Gallery at the VAULT with a book signing by Patricia Tracy Dow Beveridge

November 5 at 12 noon.
"Everyone agreed, Moonlight was a beautiful cow, but she never knew how special she really was until one cold, snowy Vermont winter"

. Travel with an artist’s eye into the gentle hills of Vermont and find out what Moonlight learned up on Morgan Hill. This is a book for girls seven and up who are constantly bombarded with impossible standards of physical beauty.

 Moonlight's discovery should enlighten young children about the spiritual essence of beauty." Meet Patricia, who is an incredibly talented artist and author from Weston, VT, and find out more. You can also learn about her on facebook or at moonlightofmorganhill.tateauthor.com