Tag: Lamoille County

James Knittle

Traveler is a form that has been alive in my sketches for some time. For whatever reason, it was always passed over as I decided to create a different form. Interestingly, this form was always there in my thoughts, influencing the work that was made as a result of not creating this piece.

Christopher Curtis

Christopher Curtis makes about a dozen large sculptures per year at his studios in Stowe and Barre, VT. Although most of his sculptures are in stone, he also works in fabricated metal, sometimes mixing the two media. He is a partner in The West Branch Gallery and Sculpture Park in Stowe.

Jack Reed

For the past year my work has explored human sentiments towards wonder and the natural world. From the outset of humanity, nature has served as the goad to inquiry, the catalyst for wonder. It provides us with stimulation necessary to investigate, explore, and define our world.

Matt Neckers

“Rockets can symbolize both exploration and imagination, but rockets can also be the delivery vehicle for destruction. In the classic sense, they are both creator and destroyer. In my artwork, rockets represent the cost of progress and the promise of the future.”

Polly Motley

Polly Motley is a dancer and choreographer who has been making movement based performances with video since the 1980s. Her work has been presented in venues including the Asia Society, the Baryshnikov Art Center, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Tulane University, and the Indonesian Dance Festival.