7sq Gallery (located in the front of Works on Paper in Bellows Falls) is pleased to announce the photography of Karen Guth. Ms. Guth’s work include isolation and desolation, depicted in a variety of landscapes, from urban Detroit to the Scottish countryside.
7sq Gallery (located in the front of Works on Paper in Bellows Falls) is pleased to announce an exhibit of charcoals by Ailyn Hoey.
7sq Gallery (located in the front of Works on Paper in Bellows Falls) is pleased to announce an exhibit of paintings by Frieda Post.
7sq Gallery at Works on Paper is pleased to announce an exhibit of drawings by Vermont artist, Joshua Dallaire.
7sq Gallery at Works on Paper is pleased to announce an exhibit of pastel paintings by Vermont landscape artist, Michael Shafer.
7sq Gallery and Works on Paper are pleased to announce an exhibit of drawings by renowned Vermont landscape artist, Rick Hearn. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see a lesser-known side of the artist’s work.
Why do I take photographs?
Is it because of an interest in the visual world? Did it start
as a way to record visual shapes?
Yes, I shoot for that moment; do you know the one I am talking about?
But, the question remains; have I captured it?
— Larry Holland – blank stare
7sq Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit of new drawings by landscape architect and artist, Brian Post. This exhibit, Fading Structures, is the first showing of Brian’s drawings. He developed his immaculately detailed pen and ink style over 10 years ago while still in high school.
Jonathan Ryan Storm creates a variety of work, including paintings, collages, and detailed line drawings and illustrations. His work has been exhibited internationally, from Seattle to Copenhagen.
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We are pleased to announce an exhibition of watercolor and oil pastel paintings by Brooklyn, NY artist Linda Striedieck. The forms in her paintings are organic in the sense that they emerge and evolve out of themselves. Color is used to indicate direction and structure of the shapes. A premise of the work is that shapes, by their relationship to one another, evoke a language.