Artistree Community Artists showcase
We are pleased to highlight these works by local artists who regularly show in Artistree Community galleries. Click on the images below to learn more about each artist and see their works for sale. Please email email@example.com for more information and to purchase works shown.
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Janet Cathey is an artist and educator specializing in wood-block and collagraph prints.
Charlet Davenport is a long-time artist, mentor, educator, and patron of the arts.
Paula Cloudpainter is a painter and digital artist who uses clouds and landscapes to express her ideas of change and spontaneity.
Jennifer Dembinski's artwork is inspired by the people. places, and creatures that she loves.
"I paint nature's ever-changing landscape"
William B. Hoyt has had a long and distinguished career as a painter. His work has been collected in private, corporate, and military collections.
Kip King has been making photographs since he was a young boy. He lives and practices his art in Norwich, VT
Jo Levasseur explores the endless colors of the sky and the movement of the planets in chalk pastels.
Rae Newell paints the people, sights, and landscapes of her native New England.
Anna Pauly creates contemporary Barn Quilts for indoor or outdoor display.
Kate Reeves love of nature and the outdoors results in lush, layered watercolor images.
Elizabeth Ricketson explores color and form in abstract images.
Katie Roberts' work celebrates her love of Vermont's woods and wildlife.
Amy Schachter creates abstract figurative images in acrylic and mixed-media.
Sue Schlabach is a designer and painter from East Barnard, Vermont
Marilyn Syme is a painter and printmaker specializing in white-line woodcut prints.
Barbara Bartlett creates "eco" mixed-media images inspired by her love of nature.
Wayne Thompson is a multi-media artist working in photography, painting, and sculpture.
Lynn VanNatta paints the sights and colors of the landscape in oil.
Jyl Emerson is an accomplished commercial illustrator and artist who paints landscapes, still lifes, and portraits from her Vermont studio.
Sonja Olson uses various mediums to represent images of industrial buildings from around the US and the world.
Gil Perry's art is all about en plein air with his kind and detailed soft touch.
Richard Gombar paints to capture beauty, to hold forever a passing moment, to memorialize that which may be fleeting, or in the case of barns and industrial sites, falling.