Vermont Flair – Group Exhibit
Spruce Peak Arts is pleased to announce the new exhibit “Vermont Flair” of artists inspired by Vermont using three different mediums. As Spruce Peak Arts welcomes our new executive director to the state, we welcome you to come see the various ways we can engage with the beautiful scenes of our community. Sharing their visions of “Vermont Flair” are Natasha Bogar, painter, Jennifer DeGeorge, fiber art and Jim Westphalen, photographer. To learn more about the artists click on their names.
Work will be on view from September 1, 2023 to November 30, 2023. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your tour.
Natasha Bogar is a hyperrealist using color, value, and intensity to capture the essence of a fleeting moment.
Photographer, Jim Westphalen has an affinity for America. The vanishing structures of the rural landscape have long been his muse as have been our country’s majestic coastlines, open prairies and all things that speak to the character of our beautiful nation.
Weaving has been my art language for 9 years now. I am in love. I have been drawn in by the materials, the textures and colors. Using all sorts of fiber including wool, cotton, recycled silk saris, linen, jute, hemp, flax, velvet, and silk worm cocoons-working on homemade looms we build in my home studio in Underhill, nestled in Thunder Basin on the side of Mount Mansfield.