Exposed: Outdoor Sculpture in Stowe, Vermont documents the sculpture and other art of the 20th Annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in Stowe, Vermont. The 66-page, full color book features twenty-two artist profiles, photographs of the sculptures, profiles of eleven other artists participating in the project, and critical writing about the exhibition.
Exposed is a long-standing annual outdoor sculpture exhibition in Stowe, Vermont. Hosted by Helen Day Art Center, Exposed was initiated by two local artists, Christopher Curtis and John Matusz, to bring what was Vermont Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition off the lawn of Helen Day Art Center and into the village of Stowe to “expose” the artwork of both emerging and established artists to a greater public. Now in its 20th year, the exhibition aims to continue this tradition while introducing artists who work interactively with community and site. It will showcase sculptural objects and engage the public with a series of parallel events. This pervasive exhibition is grounded in a commitment to bring art to the public and the public to art. Exposed 2011 is co-presented by Stephen Levin and Helen Day Art Center.
Sculptors featured in the book include: Ria Blaas; Lynne Bond; Christopher Curtis; Carla Duarte; Matt Harding; Monica Herrera; Tom Holmes; R. Elliott Katz; James Knittle; Lora Lode; Deborah Margo; Chris Miller; Matt Neckers; Darrell Petit; Kate Pond; Torin Porter; Jack Reed; Ellen Rothenberg; Oliver Schemm & Jessica DiClerico; Tyler Vendituoli; Denis Versweyveld; and Bennett Wine.
Other Artists include: Stephanie Beck; Carrick Bell; Molly Davies; Gretchen Farrar & Francisco Roldán; Alisha Laramee; Regina Mamou; Polly Motley; Jeroen Nelemans; Theofanis Nouskas; m. pinchuk; Shannon Schmidt; Julia Shipley.
The cover features a cloud image by Carla Duarte.
Exposed: Outdoor Sculpture in Stowe, Vermont
published by Kasini House Books
Out of print
ABOUT HELEN DAY ART CENTER
The Helen Day Art Center is a member-supported, community arts and education non-profit organization in the village of Stowe, Vermont whose mission is to enhance the human experience through the visual arts. Helen Day Art Center produces major exhibitions featuring internationally and nationally recognized artists and local Vermont artists and artwork. They offer art classes for youth and adults year-round and collaborate with businesses and organizations to bring the arts to the region. They create original special events driven by artists that connect their broad audience of Vermonters and visitors with creativity. Class offerings include everything from figure drawing to video animation, Photoshop to plein aire painting. Helen Day Art Center offers scholarships for classes to ensure that all artists, young and old have access to the visual arts. Over one thousand students a year are welcome to docent led tours of the exhibitions through school bus scholarships made possible by members, donors and sponsors. www.helenday.com