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Get to know ArtisTree through our blog! Written by ArtisTree staff and special guest writers, we are sure to entertain, educate and hopefully make you come back for more! Posted weekly.

Notes from the ecopsychological expressive art work-bench: hot glass fusion

Brief history of fused glass

Take That Doodle Further

Who knew what you could do with a doodle! Watch this doodle transformation.

Farewell Dear Tayo

After ten years at ArtisTree, Tayo is leaving to become the NEW Director at the Ottaquechee Health Foundation. Check out this special farewell interview with Tayo about the big transition, and her reflections on her time at ArtisTree.

Download the Fall Brochure

We have an amazing fall schedule for you to enjoy! Browse online or download a PDF of the brochure here.

Notes from the ecopsychological expressive art work-bench: Summer Slow Down

Take the time it takes this Summer to slow down and relax.   Come out of the barn,   Notice the overlooked.       Witness the unexpected.       Reflect in a puddle.       Gather with…

5 Great Reasons To Try Plein Air Painting

1. Multi-Sensory Experience. One advantage of painting plein air is that all the senses are engaged. You are essentially making a first-class memory. Sight, smell, sound, and touch are all simultaneously…

Notes from the ecopsychological expressive art work-bench: Bus Stop Project

 Last Fall I decided to attempt to keep a photo journal of my daily wait at the bus stop for kids arriving from local schools coming to art classes for the day.  Here’s a snippet of these moments of rest,…

ArtisTree is Alive with the Colors of Spring!

It is Spring in Vermont and ArtisTree is more beautiful than ever.

It's a Ruff Life

Read an excerpt from The Daisy Diaries about her experience as the newest addition at Artistree.

Artsy Abstract Sketchbooks!

Step by step to make your own journal from scratch! The fun in this project is—aside from making an actual pad of paper!—exploring the unpredictable and uncontrollable qualities of paint like the Abstract Expressionist painters did.