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Bryan Memorial Gallery
802-644-5100

Gallery Hours:
May/June: Thur – Sun: 11 – 4
July 1 - Columbus Day: Daily, 11 – 5
Winter*: Thur - Sun, 11-4
Closed Dec 25th - Feb 1st.
Closed April 1st - 30th
By appointment at any time
Office Hours: Mon – Fri: 10 – 4
*Winter days from Columbus Day in October Through December are Thursday - Sunday.
February and March days are Friday - Sunday

Building on one legacy; creating another

Georgia O'Keeffe: Art, Image, Style

Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Bryan Memorial Gallery
Peabody Essex Museum Tour

Georgia O'Keeffe: Art, Image, Style, the first exhibition to explore the art, image and personal style of one of America’s most iconic artists. O’Keeffe’s understated and carefully designed garments, many never before exhibited, are presented alongside photographs and her paintings, illuminating O’Keeffe’s modernist aesthetic and distinctive self-styling. For more than 70 years, O’Keeffe shaped her public persona, defied labels and carved out a truly progressive, independent life in order to create her art. Her aesthetic legacy — compact masses, organic silhouettes, minimal ornamentation, and restrained color palettes — continues to capture the popular imagination and inspire leading designers and tastemakers of our day.

More information on our Events Page with links to signup Click Here

Fantastical Landscapes and Imaginary Places

New Shows! Fantastical Landscapes and Imaginary Places and GEMS Now open.

Join us for this fantastical journey into places imagined by our artists. With over 100 paintings of magical places you are sure to be delighted. 

GEMS, our small picture exhibition will be found in the Middle Gallery with over 75 paintings 8" x 10" or smaller. A great place to find that holiday gift for someone special, or to treat yourself to a little GEM.

Legacy Workshop

Bryan Memorial Gallery presents The Legacy Workshop, a three hour participatory workshop to assist artists and their heirs in dealing with the care and placement of their artwork while maximizing its contribution to their family, their community and their artistic legacy.  The Legacy Project is based on a three year study about artists’ legacies, initiated by the Jeffersonville, VT non-profit art gallery.  Mickey Myers, an artist herself, shares the lessons she has learned from over 30 years of experience in dealing with the estates of many artists.  Mary Fillmore, award-winning author and strategic planning strategist, leads with dialogue, conversation and recommendations that prioritize the task of dealing with an artistic legacy. A 40 page, spiral-bound notebook of suggestions, recommendations, tables and charts to assist artists and their heirs in dealing with the contents of an artist's studio is distributed at no charge to the workshop participants. 

To signup visit our workshops page.

Visit the COURTHOUSE GALLERY

Bryan Memorial Gallery has been invited by the Lamoille County Courthouse to install artwork in its stately corridors in one of the final phases of the recent Courthouse renovation.  This current exhibit of Vermont Landscapes at the Lamoille County Courthouse features 38 paintings by 20 artists who paint in Vermont.

The Stowe Reporter recently published an article about the Courthouse Gallery here.   

The installation was curated by Bryan Gallery Executive Director Mickey Myers and Gallery Manager Tom Waters, and can be seen Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 4:30 PM (Closed 12 – 12:30 PM,) by visiting the Courthouse at 154 Main Street, Hyde Park, Vermont (fully handicap accessible.)  


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Chagall In Montreal - VPR Commentary

Listen to Mickey Meyers describe the wonderful exhibit Chagall in Montreal at the Musee des Beaux Arts . Her reflections on the artist and the recent trip with the Bryan Memorial Gallery shed light on both the exhibit and the artist.

Marc Chagall’s career spanned almost 100 years and 3 continents. Considered the quintessential Jewish artist of the 20th century, Chagall was a master colorist, dreamer and story teller. And for a few more days – through June 11 – three hundred and forty of his works can be seen at the Musee des Beaux Arts in Montreal.

You can read her full commentary and listen to it on VPR at this link

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Bryan Memorial Gallery
802-644-5100

Gallery Hours:
May/June: Thur – Sun: 11 – 4
July 1 - Columbus Day: Daily, 11 – 5
Winter*: Thur - Sun, 11-4
Closed Dec 25th - Feb 1st.
Closed April 1st - 30th
By appointment at any time
Office Hours: Mon – Fri: 10 – 4
*Winter days from Columbus Day in October Through December are Thursday - Sunday.
February and March days are Friday - Sunday

Building on one legacy; creating another