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Exhibits at Artistree

Welcome to the Artistree Community Gallery. We are a non-profit arts organization with the mission to promote the creation, exhibition, and appreciation of art in New England. Our scheduled exhibits and Calls for Entry are posted here.

 

Pomfret Gallery Winter Hours:
Tuesday - Friday 10 am-6 pm 
Saturday - 11 am - 5 pm

Current Exhibits

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The Daily Artists of 2021 exhibit showcases the work of members in our yearly group. Each artist selects a representative collection to exhibit that reflects their daily artistic practice throughout the past year.

Upcoming Exhibits

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Break out of the winter and covid blues and come to the Gallery to paint on our canvas-covered walls!
A group exhibit of artwork in various media, based on our 5th season, MUD. (This theme can take many forms and is open for interpretation!)
This exhibit pairs the weavings and fabric collages of Lore Lindenfeld with ceramics created by her daughter, Naomi Lindenfeld.

Past Exhibits

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Our annual exhibit of Small (art and craft) Works in Artistree's Community Gallery.
A perennial favorite among Artistree's group exhibits, Local Color celebrates the sights and colors of Autumn through 2-D and 3-D artworks.
The watercolors of Kathleen Fiske, Paula Cloudpainter, and Kate Reeves on exhibit in Artistree Community Gallery.
Summertime in full bloom! Our exhibit features botanical-themed works by area artists, as well as vases and other vessels for arranging flowers. Over 60 artists are represented, in various 2-D and 3-D media.
Artistree is pleased to show works by the Advanced Placement Art students from Woodstock Union High School and seniors from WUHS and Sharon Academy in our Gallery for a special Graduation exhibit.
Artists, friends, and avid plein-air painters Rae Newell and Lynn VanNatta exhibit their paintings of New England sights and landscapes. April 23-May 22, 2021
Artistree Community Gallery presents our annual MUD (season) exhibit, with artwork by area artists in various media.
Break out of the winter and covid blues and come to the Gallery to paint on our canvas-covered walls!
A culminating exhibit by members of Artistree's Daily Artist group, with work in various media created over the past year.
Our annual exhibit of Small (art and craft) Works in Artistree's Community Gallery.
A perennial favorite among Artistree's group exhibits, Local Color celebrates the sights and colors of Autumn through 2-D and 3-D artworks.
A solo show of paintings by Margaret Dwyer. We will be exhibiting the body of work she has created during her Artist-In-Residencies at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park in 2019 and 2020.
Get outside! Celebrate the beauty of summertime in Vermont with artworks created "en plein air" or inspired by the Great Outdoors
An exhibit of works by local artists interpreting and inspired by the theme: MUD
An exhibit of small works presented for sale during the holiday season. Included is our "mini exhibit" of fifty 50 sq inch panels and one hundred 100 sq inch panels! BUY LOCAL ART!
Works by Pomfret artist Samuel Neustadt. An exhibit of digital paintings featuring the people, landscape and architecture of the Pomfret/Woodstock area. Profits from the sales to benefit Zack's Place.
A juried show of artists from the northeast looking to explore "the book" as concept, object and format. List of accepted work is now up!
Featuring the works of Betsy Goldsborough (1929-2018), Brenda Phillips (1956-2018), Margaret McCracken (1952-2019)
Annual Autumn Exhibit of Local Artists' Work. Works influenced & inspired by life lived within the landscape.
Members of our Daily Artists group resolve to make art of some kind every single day of the year. Here, they share works completed through their practice. Contact exhibits@artistreevt.org for information and to purchase.
This pop-up exhibit features Sonja Olson's pandemic-inspired "Faces", as well as paintings by James Murray, and selected ceramics and sculpture by Fiona Davis, Amanda Ann Palmer, Ben Fox, and Grace Pejouhy & Evan Williams.