Of Earth: Image and Clay

Of Earth: Image and Clay

Of Earth: Image and Clay works by artists John Douglas and Joan Watson. John’s Auto-Warming CGI Prints, Ojihozo Photographs, and several Videos (Auto-Warming, The Invasion of Granada, amongst others) will be presented along side Joan’s Rock Formations, in clay. John’s strange and watery world is grounded thru the density of Joan’s Lake Champlain-inspired balanced and stacked rocks. Show runs July 19 thru August 31, 2019. OPENING RECEPTION is July 26, 5-8pm.

Elka Schumann and B+P Theater = Final Events!

B+P Article by Vermont Woman 2010 - show continues thru June 9. Join us for Final Events starting at noon. We’ll be showing 2 films Produced (and Introduced) by Robin Lloyd. Followed by Fairycard Readings by Emily Anderson, flute playing by Brian Merrill, and Contestoria Performance led by Alexis Smith.


CURRENT B+P SHOW with new paintings from Peter Schumann.

Peter Schumann and Bread+Puppet ART : FOUR SHOWS : A Diagonal Life, Life Little life, Post Apocalyptic Dawn of Possibilitarians, and Post-Apocalypse for 3/4 Empire… plus new work “Die Schone Strahlende Mensch” (the beautiful radient human being) and more. Check out the paintings, banners, posters, postcards, Cheap Art all here till June 9.

Don’t forget the Procession festivities with Peter and the touring co. and bread&aioli on Saturday May 18, 3pm.

Post Apocalyptic Dawn of Possibilitarians 

JOIN US for: Post Apocalyptic Dawn of Possibilitarians 

The Dawn is the new republic that brings new light into a crumbling republic of waste and warfare. It is the celebration of the possible light that must confront the current day darkness. The Possibilitarians are the dwarfs of the giantism system, the misfits in the billionaire universe, the-underneath-the-above kids who stand up against the end-of-the-world politics. Possibilitarians of the world unite!

With: Peter Schumann, Artist and Director of the Bread & Puppet Theater and their touring co. Bad Guy: Alexis Smith, Emily Anderson, Dante Letzelte, Brian Merrill, Maria Schumann, Elka Schumann                

Giant woodcut banners and paintings, special event procession performance, live music, bread and aïoli, Cheap Art.  Also Bread & Puppet press sales including original woodcut banners, prints, and museum store items.

The giant woodcut banner exhibition includes:

Diagonal Life: Theory and Practice 

Life Little Life: new work inspired by the incarceration of children at the US /Mexico border

Post-Apocalypse for a 3/4 Empire: Inspired by Young Durer's 1495 furious apocalypse woodcuts, Peter Schumann cut this series in Masonite in the early months of 2017.

 Possibilitarian Uprising!

More Events to look for:

·         Bread & Puppet film night with Alexis Smith and

·         Emily Anderson’s Fairy Card Readings.

·         Bread & Aïoli on May 18, 3pm

Art Show:  May 3 to June 9, 2019      Procession Festivities:  May 18, 3pm 


Spring Fling turns to Summer Events!

Our upcoming shows begin May 3: Peter Schumann of the Bread & Puppet Theater; Misoo and Wendy Copp; then John Douglas and Joan Watson…. and lastly - Sept is “Textures & Textiles”. Look for more details (to come soon !) under Exhibits and Calendar.


SUNDAY August 19, 9-4pm Spoon Carving Workshop with Alex Forbes and her Wonder Wagon traveling studio. If interested please contact me ASAP - Diane Gayer at greentaraspace@gmail.com

This one-day workshop leads participants through the creation of their own cooking / serving ladle out of cherry, maple, mahogany or other hardwood. Starting with a conversation about design and use, participants will choose wood and begin designing and shaping their spatula. You will be using a band saw to cut out the initial shape and then using a number of hand carving and shaping tools including gouges, spoke shaves and rasps. Then carvers will shape and finish a spatula to a fine polish ready for the kitchen.

This workshop is for anyone hankering to carve a ladle, spoon or spatula and who likes working with their hands. Beginners and experienced carvers welcome. Alex’s workshop can be seen here: http://vimeo.com/84880454