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Winooski artist Molly Robin-Abbott said "My paintings are usually colorful representations of flowers, landscapes, or figures, for which I use watercolors, oil, and acrylic. In the near future I’d like to start making sculptural paintings, but I haven’t gotten there yet."
Maurie Harrington has traveled everywhere: from the countries of Europe to the islands of Indonesia, recently returned from a trip to France, and coast-to-coast in the United States. Everywhere she goes, Maurie carries with her an artist’s perspective on the people and places she visits and paints.
“In a way, I am painting puzzles that have no need to be ‘solved’— images that resist straightforward interpretation but nevertheless give the viewer a toehold,” said Rupe.
At the Winooski Holiday Pop-up Art Market, Lynn will be selling original abstract monoprints.
Susan Larkin makes oil and pastel paintings from her home and studio in Isle La Motte.
At the Winooski Holiday Pop-up Art Market, Susan will be selling original landscape paintings of the Champlain Islands and Northern Vermont.
Roxanne "Rocky" Martin became in artist in 1973 and has dedicated her life since then to pursuing a career devoted to the arts, including photography of Vermont's natural beauty.
At the Market, Rocky is offering matted prints in 11"x14" and 16"x20" sizes in horizontal or vertical formats, depending on the image. All prints are printed with Epson 3K Ink on professional photographic paper. All mats, backing material and tape are acid free to prevent discoloring.
Eve Jacobs-Carnahan designs and spins her own yarn, giving her complete control over her palette.
At the Winooski Holiday Pop-up Art Market, she will sell her knitted sculpture made from colorful yarn, with fun and provocative themes based on nature and life.
"As a photographer, I am constantly looking at the world around me in terms of what looks like something to try to capture that is worth looking at again- that has some kind of beauty or specialness."
At the Winooski Holiday Pop-up Art Market, Powell will be selling framed and unframed prints as well as note cards that feature her work.
"I want the viewer to leave their reality as I do when I create my work, entering into the space through the properties of the painting."
At the Winooski Holiday Pop-up Art Market, Leah will sell abstract and representational original oil paintings as well as greeting cards, magnets and pins that contain images of her work.
Carol MacDonald continues to engage in a visual dialogue that connects images to the cycles and ongoing dilemmas of life.
She will feature her original, hand printed, limited edition prints and unique monoprints. Her new line of sketchbook journals make delightful gifts as well as both handmade and offset printed cards.
Eco-Artist Anne Cummings paints with her convictions, namely, to reduce, reuse, and recycle. In her “Local Foods” collages, she repurposes trash collected from the roadsides of Vermont to create vivid and colorful depictions of those objects in their original, unspoiled state.
At the Winooski Holiday Pop-up Art Market, Anne will sell prints of her work, cards, and original art work. She will also exhibit work from her Re-Wreath series.
Winooski resident Nancy Montague creates a variety of decorative lampshades in traditional forms and styles; cut, and pierced, and painted country sophistication--somewhat whimsical “mapshades”, botanicals, silhouettes, handmade papers and wonderful fabrics.
"My work reflects the immediacy of the present – neither reminiscing in the past nor moving towards the future. It is entirely me. Here. Now."
At the Winooski Holiday Pop-up Art Market, Longina will be selling hand-painted glass ornaments, hand-painted glassware, and small paintings.
“I love art,” said Brown. “I love to create and watch others create—my grandmother quilting, my brother smithing a shoe, a print coming to life in the developer. These touch my soul. A life-long learner, my body of work now includes digital color and black-and-white photography and digital painting.”
The first 25 people on Friday, November 25th and the first 25 people on Saturday, November 26th to visit the market will receive a free limited edition photograph print by Ric Kasini Kadour.
Flashbags are designed and built to attract attention- edge to edge, inside and out. Each unique bag is made from recycled Seven Days newspaper and features decorative stitching and hearty construction allowing you to Carry a Conversation™.
Colleen Cannon is a Vermont-based painter/crafter who specializes in charcoal, acrylic and mixed media.
At the Winooski Holiday Pop-up Art Market, Colleen will sell small framed paintings as well as unique handmade accessories such as scarves and necklaces.