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Gallery Opens: Thursday through Sunday, Noon – 9pm

For more information:

Karen Nevin
802-496-6682
karen@vermontartfest.com
www.vermontartfest.com

 

Art Classes

www.art-in-vermont.com

Workshops at the Lareau Farm Inn
Instructor Barbara Pafume
Home of American Flatbread
48 Lareau Road, Rte 100, Waitsfield

Reservations Required: 802-496-4949 - www.lareaufarminn.com

2014 Workshops and Classes
Barbara J. Pafume, Four Seasons Studios, 17 Waydon Rd, Cambridge, VT
Barbara teaches and inspires students to create dramatic paintings that capture mood, atmosphere and light of their chosen subjects.  Students may use watercolor, oil, water-based oil, acrylic or pastel -their choice!  She teaches structured lessons on important elements of a successful painting that apply to realistic, impressionistic or abstract styles of expression.  Her style of teaching is infused with generous amounts of nurture, humor and creativity!  Students of all levels are welcome.

8/13 – 8/15 Painting Your Way – Fast and Fun Plein- Air Painting.  Fleeting moments, changing light and weather require quick methods to paint.  Learn to see essence and simplicity in village structures or verdant farmland.  Lareau Farm Inn, Waitsfield, VT $700 Includes 2 nights lodging, 2 breakfasts and 2 light lunches.

8th Annual: Fairie House workshop with artist Stefania Metalious.

Children and their playful adults build houses for fairy’s with recycled and repurposed materials – Sunday August 2nd 11AM – 1 PM $5 donation and a free slice of flatbread. This is a hands on crafting project, children must be accompanied by a helper adult!

ABOUT THE ART SHOWs

This annual exhibition had its start in the Warren Town Hall but moved to the Big Red Barn at Lareau Farm Inn when the town hall was no longer available. Each August the classic Vermont barn is converted to a gallery, filled with paintings and sculpture and plays host to well over 3,000 visitors. The show has always been one of the ‘stars’ of the Vermont Festival of the Arts and continues to grow under the tutelage of Dotty Kyle, Ellen Crafton and Karen Ware.

A new ‘star’ arrives on the horizon this coming July for the second annual, when the Green Mountain Watercolor Exhibition moves into the Big Red Barn for a month’s tenure. The Exhibition had its origins in March of 2012 when seven watercolor artists held a small showing of paintings at the Festival Gallery In Waitsfield. Now the show is well on its way to becoming a major, national exhibition with 75 outstanding watercolor paintings. 42 watercolor artists, many nationally recognized, are participating and competing for both monetary and merchandise awards. Ask about the Colorful Palette Dinner – be invited to a 4 course meal and gallery opening fundraiser.

 

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