Bryan Memorial Gallery
Bryan Memorial Gallery

About Bryan Memorial Gallery

Bryan Memorial Gallery

2024 Jeffersonville Gallery Hours: 
Jun 12 - Oct 13: Wed - Sun 11 – 5
Oct 16 – Dec 22: Wed - Sun, 11-4
Closed Dec 23 – End of year.

Mon - Tue: Open by appointment by emailing or calling (802) 644-5100

Stowe Gallery Hours:

      *Open Daily*

     Sun - Thurs: 11 - 5
     Fri & Sat: 11 - 6

Or by appointment by emailing or calling (802) 760-6474

Jeffersonville Administrative Hours: Mon – Fri: 10 – 4

Building on one legacy; creating another

Bryan Memorial Gallery:  
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, Bryan Memorial Gallery has exhibited the artists inspired by the landscape that rewards its visitors in every season.  Founded by the artist Alden Bryan in memory of his wife, the painter Mary Bryan, Bryan Memorial Gallery exhibits over two hundred artists throughout the year in a schedule of revolving exhibitions 

Join us to see the compelling artwork produced by these artists, and take home a piece of the Vermont landscape.

Bryan Gallery sits on land which has served as a site of meeting and exchange among indigenous peoples since time immemorial. The Western Abenaki [A-ben-A-kee] are the traditional caretakers of these Vermont lands and waters, which they call Ndakinna [in-DAH-kee-NAH], or “homeland.” We remember their connection to this region and the hardships they continue to endure. We give thanks for the opportunity to share in the bounty of this place and to protect it.

Gallery History

Bryan Memorial Gallery is located on Main Street in Jeffersonville, a village in Lamoille County, Vermont, named for Thomas Jefferson.  Considered a “quintessential Vermont town,” a short drive from its Main Street takes you to some of the most dramatic countryside in New England. 

For over 100 years, Jeffersonville has been an inspirational home to American landscape painters, including Thomas Curtin, Charles Curtis Allen, and Emile Gruppe.  The village is at the base of Smuggler’s Notch Ski and Family Resort area, and to the north of Stowe, VT which during the summer months is a 20 minute drive away, through the Notch. 

Given beauty of the Jeffersonville area in any season, is it any wonder that artists have come here to paint for over 100 years?