The Exner Block will host a group show of artists participating in the Memorial Day Open Studio Tour in Bellows Falls, V. Memorial Day Weekend (May 24, 25th and 26, 2008) As part of the Vermont Crafts Council's statewide Open... more.
After a year in the Everglades, living in the heart of Big Cypress National Preserve, local artists Ailyn Hoey and Mark Goodenough have returned to the area with new works inspired by their recent adventure. As part of Bellows Falls'... more.
The Gallery at 17 specializes in representing local Vermont and New Hampshire artists in the fields of painting and sculpture. The Gallery at 17 supports local artisans through the sale of their works and the local arts community by donating... more.
In the final exhibition of The Artists Series hosted by The Exner Gallery Dawn Russell, a resident artist, will present a selection of rings, brooches, necklaces, and earrings from her current body of work. The title of her show, Passage,... more.
15 Canal Street 802.579.2739 "I buy beads and jewelry components from around the world. I look for the exotic and unusual. For people who love to bead I offer a large variety to choose from. Either by the piece... more.
This month The Exner Gallery will take a dramatic shift into the staged world of Charlene Peaveyâ€™s photography. As part of the Artists Series which began in May of this year, Peavey is a resident artist in the Exner Building.... more.
As the chill of fall begins to descend upon our northern hamlet, The Exner Gallery located in Bellows Falls, VT is preparing to install a heart warming exhibition of Gretchen's Schmid's newest oil paintings entitled Gretchen's Wall. This self directed... more.
The Exner Block Gallery features rotating exhibits that highlight regional artists and themes. The proceeds from the sale of artwork in this gallery go mostly to the artists involved and a small percentage goes to RAMP to assist with the... more.
Kerry Lucier and Kate Gorman Feeling Shapes & Hearing Colors Opening: Friday, July 20th, 5:30pm - 8:30pm (Meet the Artists) Rockingham Arts and Museum Project (RAMP) and artists living at the Exner Block have organized a seven month exhibition series... more.