Past Events at GreenTARA Space
Please Join us for Closing Events: Bread+Puppet Theater film showing hosted by Alexis Smith; Fairy Card Readings by Emily Anderson; and Flute Playing by Brian Merrill on Sunday June 9th.
Sing Along Music and more: Jack Harrington and Friends with a mix of guitar, flute, voice, maybe ukulele, and more… Check for details!
Peter Schumann with Bread & Puppet and their touring co. Bad Guy : Alexis Smith, Emily Anderson, Dante Letzelte, Brian Merrill, Maria Schumann, ELka Schumann
The Post Apocalyptic Dawn of Possibilitarians: The Dawn is the new republic that brings 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!
THE ART: Banners, Woodcuts, Prints, Paintings, Postcards, and Cheap Art for sale. Donations welcome.
JOIN US for the final gallery opening of the season... Books: Matter and Magic with Genese Grill and Diane Gayer. Smaller books and other writings will also be displayed and for sale. Opening Reception is Friday, August 31, 2018 / 5-8pm (artist talk at 6pm).
BOOKS: MATTER and MAGIC is a show about books, their making, and the spirit behind them. Genese Grill's painted work "Almandal Grimoire: The Book as Magical Object" is a large-scale set of written and drawn on wood panels, while Diane Gayer's "Of Earth and Being" is a book of photographs at the intersection of man and nature and was printed on the Heidelberg Press at Villanti Printers, Milton, VT. While very different in production and finished entity, both books speak to the magical realms of existence.
Genese Grill, artist, writer, translator, and editor of 05401 PLUS now lives in Plainfield, VT.
Diane Elliott Gayer, architect, writer, and artist lives in Burlington, VT.
Please join us for the Opening Reception with artists Emily Brown and Russell Fellows, 5-8PM. Artist talks at 6PM.
NATURAL INSTINCTS is a combination of Emily Brown, painter from Philadelphia, and Russell Fellows, woodworker from Jericho, VT. Brown's sumi-e brush strokes of water, grasses, and forest are contrasted with Fellows pieced and turned wood bowls.
Opening Reception: Please join us with artists ED OWRE and HOLLY RAE TAYLOR for the 5-8PM RECEPTION and 6PM ARTIST TALKS.
Solid and Light features Abstract Constructions by Ed Owre with his constructed "Landscapes" from wood and paint and Holly Rae Taylor's stain-glass pieces with working title of "GT Series."
PLEASE join us for a reception celebrating Kate Pond's and Nori Pepe's artworks. This includes flying several kites if the weather permits, bring the family if you like. Both the Kate's kites and Nori's linocuts are for sale during the month. Look forward to seeing all of you soon!
Spirit of Place : a combination of playful and thoughtful work that is both grounded in the dynamic spirit and color of Flying Kites from Kate Pond and the more structured black & white linocuts from Nori Pepe based on her discoveries of place in her travels.
Kate Pond's Flying Kites kite sculptures hang throughout the volume of the gallery and two will be available to fly during the Saturday May 5th, afternoon OPENING.
Nori Pepe's work Carving out a Place are black & white unframed linocuts based on her travels to Venice, Moscow, and more.
The Endangered Alphabets Project. Wood panel carvings by Tim Brookes, Founder, Author, Burlington, VT
Syrian Hand-woven Carpets and Kilims. Collection by Deborah Felmeth, Weaver, Author of “Syria, Remember Me,” Vergennes, VT
OPENING SEPT 1, 2017 6 - 8:30PM
September 1st, 6:30pm
“The Endangered Alphabets Project” by Tim Brookes, Founder, Burlington, Vermont
Sunday Morning Music with Jack Harrington. Sing along, bring an instrument, or just plain come and have fun. Open to everyone. 11am to noon.
Fleeting Nature - The ephemeral nature of our history, climate, and human conditions. We live in changing times, but haven't we always? In any case, these Auer Family river boats speak to an era when our connection to water, sky, and earth were deeply intricate and Mary Zompetti's photographic images of Lake Champlain ask us to review what we know about watery life.
ARTISTIC IMAGES OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN by Mary Zompetti
Mary Zompetti is a photo-based artist currently living and working in rural Grand Isle, Vermont. Zompetti holds an MFA in Visual Arts from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University. Her work has been nationally and internationally exhibited; in 2015, in a solo exhibition Negative/Positiveat the Mjólkurbúðin Gallery in Akureyri, Iceland; in 2014 at the A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn, NY for the Biennial Making and Taking: Pictures Reconsidered curated by Nancy Princenthal; and in 2017 in the Annual Juried Show at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. She is a multi-year recipient of the Vermont Arts Council Artist Development Grant and was a Guest Artist in Akureyri, Iceland in 2014 and 2015. She is currently exploring ideas of home and place/displacement and was recently awarded a Arts Endowment Grant from the Vermont Community Foundation to continue her photographic series 45 Degrees North in Grand Isle County, VT in 2017-2018.
HISTORIC RIVER BOAT & REPLICA: Charlie and Chris Auer’s original “river boat” from the mouth of the Winooski River and the replica built by UVM students under guidance from Douglas Brooks.
Thank you to Ladd's Landing for helping us with the boat installation. http://www.laddslandingmarina.com/
Come learn more about Green Roof structures, technologies, and plantings with a hands-on workshop and demonstration project. You will be prepping the soils and installing the layers on Saturday, and then planting on Sunday. The project is an entry roof and example of an extensive (as opposed to intensive) roof. Offered by Beth Haggart, green roof designer and Diane Gayer, architect. COST: $85
Shibori is a Japanese manual resist dyeing technique. Using the stitching, folding, clamping, and twisting, the artist can produce endless designs and patterns.
Exploring our connection to the North through photographs of Arctic ice and Canadian soapstone carvings of fishing and hunting.
Artist Opening and Building Celebration
Friday, May 12, 2017 6:00PM-8:00PM
“The Liquid Edge: Polar Regions” by Sarah Holbrook, Photographer, Ashfield, Massachusetts
Soapstone Carvings by Emil Socher, Sculptor, St. Armand, QC.
Courtesy of Villanti Family