On May 25, 2022

Explore the White River, Woodstock, Randolph loop – Vermont Open Studio

May 28-29 —More than 150 Vermont artisans are opening their studios over Memorial Day weekend, Saturday, May 28 and Sunday, May 29 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., to take part in the 30th anniversary of Vermont’s Spring Open Studio Weekend. And you’re invited.

Allen Hill Press | Jeanne Amato

Jeanne Amato lives and creates in Sharon, where she finds inspiration for her work all around for her landscape prints.

Map: No. 99

Phone: (802) 299-6444

Address: 2826 Allen Hill Rd. S. Royalton

Email: allenhillpress@gmail.com

Website: jeanneamato.com 

 

Collective – the Art of Craft

Collective – the Art of Craft is a cooperative craft gallery located in Woodstock. Since 2006, Collective has been featuring hand made wearable, decorative and functional items. Meet jewelers, glass artists, weavers, potters, photographers, wood workers, lamp smiths or a fabric artists.

Map: No.97

Phone: (802) 457-1298

Address: 47 Central St, Woodstock

Website: collective-theartofcraft.com

Day Breaks Glass – Dayna Sabatino

Day Breaks Glass Studio is in Bethel, offering commission work and a workshop space with a variety of stained glass and mosaic art classes.

Map: No.102 Phone: (802) 392-3541

Address: 2719 Sanders Rd, Bethel

Website: daybreaksglassvt.com

Grace and Evan Pottery

After discovering a mutual love for woodfired pottery Grace Pejouhy and Evan Williams embarked on a creative collaboration. They got married and, in the same week, closed on a crumbling farmhouse which they have been renovating since.

Map: No.101

Phone: (802) 234-5114

Address: 388 Woodland Rd, Bethel

Website: graceandevanpottery.com

Jeffrey Gale, Traditional Basketmaker

Jeffrey Gale makes fine wood splint baskets using traditional antique tools.

Map: No.100

Phone: (802) 765-4230

Address: 72 Old City Falls Rd Strafford

Website: jeffreygalebasketmaker.com

Katie Roberts Studio

Offering inspirational expression in oil in the form of artist-inspired originals, custom requests and limited edition prints, for the benefit of wildlife conservation. Katie Roberts demonstrates how she creates her unique nature paintings with water mixable paints and describes crafting her live-edge frames.

Map: No.98

Phone: (802) 672-1997

Address: 102 Mill Rd, Woodstock, 2nd Floor

Website: katiejroberts.com

Two Rivers Printmaking Studio

Two Rivers Printmaking Studio supports working artists in their exploration of both traditional and experimental printmaking. Map: No.95

Phone: (802) 295-5901

Address: 85 N.Main St. Suite 160, White River Junction

Website: tworiversprintmaking.org

White River Craft Center

The White River Craft Center is located in the historic Kimball House in Randolph.

Map: No. 103

Phone: (802) 728-8912

Address: 50 Randolph Ave., Randolph

Website: whiterivercraftcenter.org

Willowbank Studios – Carole McNamee

Carole McNamee’s interest in book arts includes book binding, book deconstruction, artist’s books (books with distinct structural forms and content) and box making.

Map: No.96

Phone: (540) 449-4421

Address: 197 River St, Quechee

Website: carolemcnamee.com.

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