Vermont Artisan Designs

Fine art and contemporary American craft.

As we enter a new year, Vermont Artisan Designs is grateful for 50 years of service to the American art and craft community and their collectors. A variety of activities at the gallery and our hometown of Brattleboro, VT, are ongoing.

Upcoming events include live concerts at the Vermont Jazz Center and the Stone Church in January. In February, in addition to Valentine’s Day, the Luv Crawl returns on Feb. 9, a tasting activity around the downtown featuring a variety of beers, spirits and food, sponsored by the Downtown Brattleboro Alliance. The Brattleboro Winter Carnival and the 101st Harris Hill Ski Jump also keep February hopping.

At the gallery, new paintings from Jon MacAdam, Alistair McCallum and Caryn King are being shown.

Jewelry by Ed Levin Designs, Ann D. Kearney and Bruce Baker will provide good inspiration as gifts for loved ones. You’ll also find blown glass by Josh Simpson, Janet Zug, Simon Pearce  and Robert Burch; turned wooden bowls by Alan Stirt, Andrew Pearce and Rockledge Farms; pottery by Matt Tell, Liz Saslaw, Jim Schneider and Kris O’Neill; oil lamps by Danforth Pewter; wrought iron by Steven Bronstein; and much, much more to feast your eyes on in both the upstairs and main level galleries.

We invite you to visit when you’re in Brattleboro.

Image Captions

  1. Dandy Little Guy, oil on panel by Mary Iselin, at Vermont Artisan Designs
  2. Dahlias and Roses, oil on panel by Julie Y Baker Albright, at Vermont Artisan Designs
  3.  Rockingham Barns, acrylic on canvas by Alistair McCallum, at Vermont Artisan Designs
  4. Scimitars for Sails, oil on canvas by Paul G. Stone, at Vermont Artisan Designs
  5. Heart earrings by Susan Samitz at Vermont Artisan Designs