Springtime in Windham Hard to believe, but it’s taken this long. We’re still having frost, and the apple blossoms are just coming to their own. My lilacs aren’t even open yet. That’s what’s so special here: Everything takes just a bit longer. It makes us all slow down. It allows time for reflection on just…Details
Yes, the red maples in front of the gallery are actually finally sprouting leaves. They are the first ones revealing themselves in this area. As I drove back up the mountain from New York this week, and reminisced my travels in Europe, I realize how special it is up here in Windham. We hold onto…Details
Yes, that sounds ridiculous. But I’m determined to keep things moving in the gallery even as we face the end of ski season. Sure, the white snow is melting. The creeks will run red. The buds will swell, ever so slowly, and with any luck the sap has started running so we’ll have some great maple…Details
We’re excited to keep our current exhibition up an extra week to allow listeners to RIP in Windham some time to get to know these wonderful works after they have learned more about the artists. Mike Ryan features our Gallery Director, Karen LaMonica on the show to attempt what turns out to be not so…Details
The Gallery on Main had a great opening reception with a large enthusiastic crowd. This art show, “The Place We Call Home” is an intriguing look into the past, with highly talented artists, not to be missed this summer. Olive Farrell’s showstopper paintings of her experiences in real life have the expression in color and composition…Details
A very interesting and unique exhibit opened at Gallery on Main, with an Opening Reception on May 28. Showcasing four artists who express their talents and visions through the camera, the show offers a change of pace for the Gallery. Since the Gallery opened 12 years ago, traditional paintings have been their focus. This show…Details
Meet artist John Greene, encaustic master painter. Landscapes, Portals & Hues. See how he applies ancient techniques of hot wax painting, blending rich pigments with wood, copper, feathers, and steel. Producing exquisite, breathtaking journeys. It’s more than art.