The Burlington International Airport has three art areas, curated by BCA’s Art Sales & Leasing Program. There are also permanent installations of work by Gates 1-8 and 9-15. In March, Gates 1-8: Kevin Ruelle’s Vermont posters (archival giclée prints of original watercolor/airbrush paintings) and Skyway: Tod Gunter’s aviation themed illustrations..
The ArtSpace at the Magic Hat Artifactory presents the work of Quinn Delahanty, whose images of insects and wood represent a new direction in her practice. See Ric Kasini Kadour’s review of her work in the March 2013 issue of Art Map Burlington.
Shelburne Vineyard is where you can enjoy art and wine among the vines. Charlotte artist Judith Tuttle (image above) and Winooski artist Robert Huntoon present “Waterscapes”.
Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery, Chittenden County’s oldest, shows work by over 30 prominent artists.
At Shelburne Pond Studios, artist Ruth Murphy’s Vermont Glass Designs is all about lead-free stained glass and hand crafted glass beveling with an Irish party on Friday, March 1, 5-8PM. And Lyna Lou Nordstrom of the The Lyna Lou Line is showing new work she did in Santa Fe and some new paintings she made in February. During the Irish party, Lyna Lou will be demonstrating monotypes and other printmaking techniques on her new etching press.
The Shelburne Craft School is back and open for business. Be sure to check it out and see what their shop of hand-made crafts has to offer.