Elizabeth McCarthy

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Elizabeth Le Serviget

My studio at the Center for Arts and Learning  in Montpelier has been closed and so I’ve been working at home. Each day I create a 2”x 3” watercolor painting  that illustrates an event, activity, thought, story, conversation, sharing, appreciation or anything else  that touched me that particular day. With the days slipping by, each one so much like the day …

Phyllis Chase

Here’s to the art of the handwritten note! I offer an extensive collection of notecards featuring my plein air oil paintings, and my hand-cut silkscreens. They are all available on my website, www.PhyllisChaseFineArt.com  Click here to view more note cards.

Bernadette Hood

These are acrylics on 8 x 10 stretched canvas.I accept commissions to paint a portrait of your pet for $200. Email me at [email protected] or Click here to follow me on Facebook.

Paula and Andrew Hepburn

Rock Water Forms Watercolors and Collages by Paula Hepburn Photographs by Andrew Hepburn Paula Hepburn is a watercolor, collage and mixed media artist.  She received her B.A. degree with a major in Theatre from Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont.  She pursued her love of painting independently, attended workshops and art classes across the country.  Her most influential instructor was Paul Wieghardt, …

Elizabeth Fram

I stitch and I draw in my home studio in Waterbury Center, the patterns and marks of each discipline informing the other. I have always felt fortunate to have art as a guidepost, but never more so than in this time of isolation. The rhythmic nature of creating forms through crosshatching or sewing fields of stitches is an inherent characteristic of …

Carolyn L. Bates

Carolyn L. Bates PhotographyI have been using a camera since I was 7.I have been a professional photographer since 1967.

Richard Hingston

Since the first week of “stay at at home” protocols I’ve been emailing family and friends paintings and calling it “ Watercolor Wednesdays “ in an attempt to stay connected and spread a little light. The spirit of the outdoors has always been an ally in my artwork. These scenes have been inspired by the many trips  to Vermont to …

Alice Eckles

I work from my studio in Middlebury, Vermont. You can learn more at www.AliceEcklesStudio.com. My work expresses my joy in life in a synthesis of my experience in life drawing, printmaking, words, photography, collage, mixed media, and traditional media such as oils and watercolor. Making art is my way of loving life and the Creator.