This week wherever you went it was snowing and those who were
not skiing were entertaining themselves with books, drinks, food
and sleep. The Lucky Duck Lake Club from Pennsylvania took time
after skiing at Pico to build a gingerbread house.
More serious business was going on at the Killington Arts Guild
Gallery above Cabin Fever at the Killington Access Road and by
email. The Board was working on a major exhibit for Paedra
Bramhall. Because of the large and dynamic nature of Paedra's
pieces the main Gallery will be devoted to her work while other
members will display theirs in the adjoining room and foyer. Other
shows for which we will also have featured artists will share both
Future shows include Nancy Neyerlin Pisano: May 18 through Aug.
10, opening reception May 25; Susan Wacker-Donle: Aug. 24 through
Nov. 17, opening reception Aug. 31; and Alice Sciore: Nov. 23
through Feb. 9, 2014, opening reception Nov.23. Mark your calendar
and in the ski season make viewing art one of your after-skiing
Paedra's exhibit will be displayed Feb. 10 through May 10 with
an opening reception on Feb. 16. Jerry LeBlond, Alice Sciore, Sally
Curtis and her husband John Brennan are responsible for publicity
and will assist in hanging the gallery. Each Gallery show is
planned to take advantage of a holiday. Paedra's show in February
correlates with President's Day.
Other news: Ars Poetica-for those who love the written word
conducted by Laura Wilder, at 6:30 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of
each month in the Sherburne Memorial Library and painting classes
for all levels (no charge) on Tuesday 10 a.m. -12-noon
(802-299-1777). Betty Little is continuing a Memoir Group at the
Gables in Rutland Town. There are openings for KAG members
(802-786-9920). For other news see www.killingtonartsguild.org.
The Mountain Nordic Center behind Base Camp Outfitters and Cabin
Fever Gifts - is open for cross country skiing and snow shoeing.
Rentals and sandwiches are available (775-077). Welcome to winter.
It has arrived just a bit late but it is lovely. Art is everywhere
- in the snow, in the gallery, in the gum drops on the roof of my