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Catamount Arts features both internationally recognized and talented local artists in diverse exhibitions of painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, new media and installation. Close proximity to cinema-screening rooms and performance space allows for regular presentation of art related films and lectures.  Galleries not only serve a general audience, but also a growing community of member artists who participate in our annual juried show Arts Connect at Catamount Arts, as well as portfolio reviews, classes and workshops.

The Fried Family Gallery at Catamount Arts

Stephanie Bubrouski - Hey NEK! What's Your Art?

Ended: Nov 01, 2020
Stephanie Bubrouski - Hey NEK! What's Your Art? 1) Clock tower of pig - There is a Nick Piliero in this photo gifted to my daughter from him. I also am waiting on a working face clock that has a pig on it to add to the clock tower. 2) Pig down the amazon - My take on a trip down the Amazon river 3) The pig who traveled the world begins - My daughter asked me to do her room with a pig traveling the world, an telling a story. I am only half way done. This is her starting her trip. 4) Passing [through] Egypt - In this scene our pig is in her balloon above the archway. Below her is pig Egypt. I didn't enjoy doing this one not enough color, but my kid loved it and all the small paper stars I also made. 5) Aw relaxing Hawaii - The lovely pig gets out of her balloon above the archway. Below she enjoys a nice coconut drink and watches the dancers.
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The Rankin Gallery at Catamount Arts

Frankie Gardiner: So So Hot (Dream of Walking on Blue Blue Water)

Ended: Nov 01, 2019
Catamount Arts is pleased to present Frankie Gardiner: So So Hot (Dream of Walking on Blue Blue Water), an exhibition of paintings on view in the Rankin Family Gallery from September 6-November 1, 2019. A wine and cheese reception will be held on Saturday, September 28 from 5-6:30 pm. All are welcome to attend.
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Community Art Outreach

Community COVID Discovery Quilt

Ended: Jan 02, 2021
This summer, Catamount Arts, St. Johnsbury Chamber of Commerce and The Yarn Bank invited community members of all ages to craft a square that answered the question, “What have you discovered or learned while staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, something that brought you joy, inspired you, something you may pursue after life goes back to ‘normal’?” 16 squares were submitted and assembled into a "quilt" which is on display in the window of 142 Eastern in St. Johnsbury for the month of October. The squares express a wide range of discoveries, including learning to make masks and surgical gowns; exploring new ports while on a seafaring adventure that started before COVID locked us down; bicycling on new trails; and experimenting with new knitting and crochet patterns.
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