Bryan Memorial Gallery
Bryan Memorial Gallery

Bryan Memorial Gallery is temporarily closed

In an effort to provide a safe space for our guests and staff, and following the guidelines of the State of Vermont, the gallery is currently closed to the public until further notice. You can see photos of works in  our current shows, and find information about upcoming shows, here online. If you wish to contact us about any of the work shown here online please email us at  Stay healthy, and stay safe. Thank you.

To help get through this 'stay at home' period we have added a collection of images of Mary and Alden Bryan paintings that kids can print and color. Visit our Coloring Collection.

We also have a virtual tour of our Legacy 2020 exhibit along with videos of each Legacy Artists paintings here: Virtual Tour.

Visit Vermont's most dynamic gallery for the exhibition of the finest landscape painters in New England. Jeffersonville,Vermont has been an inspirational home to American landscape painters for over 100 years.  Generations of artists have found their way to this mountain community, and continue to paint here to this day.

Since 1984, The Bryan Memorial Gallery has exhibited the artists inspired by the landscape that rewards its visitors in every season.

Mary Bryan
Alden Bryan

Main Gallery

Legacy 2020

Legacy 2020

Legacy 2020 is once again full of new works by the artists collectors and visitors found most rewarding in 2019! Opening in the West Gallery this year in March and April you will find new works by returning artists, and artists new to this collection. New artists include Mark Boedges, Julie Davis, Mike Graves, Susan Larkin and Barbara Lussier,  They join returning favorites, Eric Tobin, Andrew Orr, TM Nicholas, Zufar Bikbov, Julie Y Baker Albright, Bob Aiken, Susan Bull Riley,  Mark Tougias,  Mary Martin, Tom Adkins, and John Clarke Olson. In May the Legacy 2020 collection will be move to the East gallery through December 21st.

Middle Room

2020 Legacy Extended

2020 Legacy Extended

To start the year, the 2020 Legacy Exhibit will occupy both the West Gallery and the Middle Room. March and April will a number of additional works by our new and returning Legacy Artists on display before we move the Legacy collection to the East Gallery in May for the remaineder of the year. The artists in Legacy this year, in addition to Mary and Alden Bryan, include: Tom Adkins, Robert Aiken, Julie Y Baker Albright, Zufar Bikbov, Mark Boedges, Julie Davis, Michael Graves, Erik Koeppel, Susan Larkin, Barbara Lussier, Leo Mancini-Hresko, Mary S. Martin, TM Nicholas, John Clarke Olson, Andrew Orr, Susan Bull Riley, Eric Tobin and Mark Tougias.

Legacy Gallery

Cabin Fever 2020

Cabin Fever 2020

Our "Cabin Fever" series is back to help you shake off the later winter blues and mud season. Workshops and presentation are scheduled all through March and April, and the presenters are sharing their work on the walls of the East Gallery during this period. Check the schedule of events on our Workshops page, or come by anytime the gallery is open to see what works our presenters have brought in to share with you.

Trips & Workshops


Visit the workshops page for a full listing.

If you are not on our mailing list, signup (to the right on the home page) so you don't miss any announcements of upcoming trips and workshops.

Monday, June 8 - Wednesday, June 10
Dynamic Skies & Mountains in Plein Air: Capture the Sunrise, the Stormy Atmosphere and the Mountains
Led by Douglas David
Registration Required     

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Gallery Hours:
The gallery is temporarily closed, except by appointment only, due to the corona virus. When we re-open the following schedule will be observed.

To schedule a private viewing email us at the email above. Provide us with your contact information and we will contact you to arrnage the details.

Gallery Hours: Fri - Sun: 11 - 4

Office Hours: Wed - Fri: 10 - 4

By appointment at any time 

Building on one legacy; creating another