This special resource page lists the professional galleries in and near Franklin County that have a special place in our local arts scene. Visit the area Arts Origanizations listings, too.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCEENOSBURG FALLS--The Artist In Residence Gallery features different artists each month and has a reception for the featured artists on the first Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m.
The Artist in Residence cooperative features paintings, fiber arts, stained glass, sculpture, lamps, pottery, folk art boxes, scarves, hats and more by 45 Franklin County and surrounding area artists. It is owned and operated by the artists and sponsors. The Village Frame Shoppe is located within the coop as a resident framer. The Blue Crayon, a small private studio, is available there for individual or small group lessons.
The gallery, located at 349 Main Street, is open Wednesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 802.933.6403
BLUE-EYED DOGThe Blue-Eyed Dog Framing and Gallery worked with the All Arts Council to offered different exhibits of artists working in oils, watercolors, and fine art photography. All work was for sale.
The Gallery was open Monday through Saturday on Lake Street in St. Albans. Sadly, this Gallery has closed.
BRYAN MEMORIAL GALLERYThis dynamic Vermont gallery in Jeffersonville exhibits the landscape painters of New England. It opened 1984 when Alden Bryan created it as a tribute to his late wife, artist Mary Bryan.
The gallery promotes visual arts excellence and works for the growth of art in the community. It maintains a permanent collection, schedules changing exhibits, and offers regular workshops and other programs. Many AAC members and other fine Franklin County artists have been invited to show there.
The gallery is located at 180 Main Street in Jeffersonville. It is open Friday and Saturday in the winter months and on a full schedule in the summer season. Call 802.644.5100 for appointment or information.
STAART GalleryGallery owner Stina Plant has instructed us not to publicize her events. The storefront gallery will not appear in any other AAC reportage, calendars, or promotion.
Dick Harper, Chair
P.O. Box 1
Highgate Springs, VT 05460