Susan Larkin

Susan Larkin’s paintings are the result of her dialogue with the natural world. As she goes about her life on the island—walking the dog or running errands—the beauty of the land and her mood come together in a visceral moment that she documents with a quick sketch or a photograph.

Anne Cummings

“In the quest to justify my creation of art and meld it with my environmental convictions, “Vermont Wastescapes” was born. This series was a six-year journey to create a large-scale conceptual work celebrating the state I call home, using exclusively re-cycled, re-claimed, and re-purposed materials. It is intended to raise awareness about the volume of human waste we create, and its toll on places of natural beauty, even in a state considered as “green” as Vermont.”

O.N.E.der Dome in Burlington, Vermont

On a sunny day, make your way to the Hyde Street Triangle Park where North, Hyde, and School Streets intersect in Burlington. Stand under the nine-foot-tall steel and glass structure and your reward will be a dazzling display of light and color.

Alisa Dworsky

Artist and architectural designer Alisa Dworsky’s work includes sculptures of crocheted rope, intaglio prints, graphite and charcoal drawings and large-scale public installations. Her work investigates the ways that human beings interact with the landscape. Dworsky is based in Montpelier.