photocrati gallery

February – March


group exhibit: installation and photography
Collection of recreated site specific installations and photographs

Opening reception: Friday, February 3rd, 2006 from 6-8pm
Works on view 2/1 – 3/3/2006

Participating Artists: Normajean Hultman, Sue Schlack, Devon Jacobs, Emily Simmonds, Amanda Kissell, Amy Sweetser, Kyle LaPine, Jenna Trudeau, Elizabeth Marion, Sara Vincent, Nikki Muir, Ethan Rice. Exhibit sponsored in part by Jerry Geier.

In August 2005, 17 students from Castleton State College, Champlain College, the Community College of Vermont, Saint Michael’s College and the University of Vermont traveled to Greece with Wisdom Tours on a Castleton State College Study Abroad Program. On this program students studied art history and made site specific sculptures on the Island of Samos with professors Catherine Hall and Shelley Warren.

Students were equipped with only a sculptor’s supply kit. The criteria for the sculpture assignments were to use only materials they found on the beach. After the completion and documentation of each project all materials were recycled back into the environment. During their 10 day stay on the island each student created 3 large scale site specific sculptures. The sculptures were inspired by the pristine natural beauty of this Aegean island and the ancient Samian culture.

On February 1 – March 3, 2006 at the Flynndog Gallery students will be recreating 4 site specific sculptures made on the island of Samos. There will also be a photo display documenting many of their large scale sculpture projects.

to celebrate five years of printmaking at the studio

Opening Reception: Friday, March 10, 2006 from 6-8pm

There will be an artist talk on Thursday, March 23rd at 5pm. This event is free and open to the public. Wine and cheese will be served.

Jennifer Anderson, Lois Beatty, Javier Cintron, Bill Darling, Nancy Gerlach, Rachel Gross, Sheri Hancock-Tomek, Edward Huse, Vickie Hertzberg, Debra Jayne, Judy Lampe, Elizabeth Mayor, Mary Mead, Alice Merrill, Ann Semprebon, and Sue Shiller will be among the artists exhibiting a selection of prints in a full range of printmaking techniques including relief methods, monotype, solarplate and photo-etching, traditional and non-traditional intaglio and stone lithography.

Two Rivers Printmaking Studio, in downtown White River Jct., VT opened its doors in April 2001. A non-profit arts and educational organization, Two Rivers’ mission is to support working artists’ exploration of printmaking media and techniques, and to build interest in the art and history of the print through workshops, lectures and exhibitions. The studio maintains a regular exhibition program at the studio of the work of artist members in solo and group exhibitions, and an annual juried exhibition, of artists working in Vermont and New Hampshire, each fall.


an exhibit of Janet Van Fleet’s wall-hung paintings on metal plates
See more on her website

July – August

DRAGON PEOPLE and Other Stories by Nicholas Hecht

Including new paintings from the “Road Series,” “the Dragon People Series,” and other works large, small, and exotic, and sculpture as well.
Opening reception during the First Friday Art Walk on July 7, 2006, 5:30 – 8:00p.m.
Exhibit thru August 31st

November – December


by Eben Markowski & Homer Wells
Metal | Wax | Video
Opening Reception: Nov. 10, 6pm – 8pm with music by The Dirt Miners

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