Tag: Kasini House Books

Exposed: Outdoor Sculpture in Stowe, Vermont Exhibition Catalog

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. $24.95

Hello From Vermont Exhibition Catalogue

Maison Kasini Gallery Director Ric Kasini Kadour curates the work of thirty-five contemporary artists from Vermont. The work includes painting, sculpture, ceramics, fiber, and installation from some of Vermont’s leading artists: Anna Ayres | Brian Zeigler | Candy Barr | Carol MacDonald | Ciaran Brennan | Elizabeth Nelson | Eric Tobin | Irene Lederer LaCroix | Jayne Shoup | Kat Clear | Linda Durkee | Lois Eby | Longina Smolinski | Marni McKitrick | Robert Waldo Brunelle, Jr. | Winnie Looby | Alex Costantino | Alisa Dworsky | Anne Cummings | Brian O’Neill | Lynn Rupe | Eve Jacobs-Carnahan | James Vogler | Janet Van Fleet | John Brickels | Linda E. Jones | Nancy H. Taplin | Riki Moss | Sally Linder | Sherri Rigby | Susan Larkin | Tom McGlynn | Wendy James | Will Patlove | Kate Longmaid

2007 Art’s Alive Festival of Fine Art

For over twenty years June in Vermont has been dedicated to celebrating contemporary art and working artists. In 2007, Kasini House produced the Art’s Alive Festival of Fine Art and published this catalog, which documents festival participation and creates a record of the work. It is also a useful reference for those who wish to learn more about an artist.

Vermont Contemporary Art Annual 2008

The Vermont Contemporary Art Annual is a publication of work by artists living and working in Vermont. In these pages, you will find images of artwork, artist statements and biographical information. In 2008, the first year of this publication, the annual showcases artists who were juried into the 22nd annual Art’s Alive Festival of Fine Art and as such, this book also serves as the catalog for the festival.

Carol MacDonald: Knit Monoprints & Drawings

Carol MacDonald invites the viewer to see her works “as prints of and about knitting and as conceptual works about teaching, the art of printing, community.” The catalog is yet another of the many ways that MacDonald shares her artistic process with the larger community.