LAND + LIGHT + WATER + AIR
Bryan Memorial Gallery
Through November 7, 2021
Located near the resort of Stowe and Smuggler’s Notch State Park, a famously scenic pass cutting through Vermont’s Green Mountains, the town of Jeffersonville and its environs have inspired landscape painters for more than a century. Generations of them have found their way to this mountain community, and many work there today.
Since 1984, the Bryan Memorial Gallery has presented its creations in rotating exhibitions, including major examples by Thomas Curtin, Charles Curtis Allen, and Emile Gruppe. The venue was founded by the artist Alden Bryan (1913–2001) in memory of his wife, the painter Mary Bryan (1906–1978).
Its major annual show is a juried one titled “Land + Light + Water + Air.”
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