Bryan Memorial Gallery
Bryan Memorial Gallery

Bryan Memorial Gallery News and Announcements

Bryan Memorial Gallery
802-644-5100

2024 Jeffersonville Gallery Hours: 
Mar 6 - June 9: Wed – Sun 11 – 4
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 info@bryangallery.org or calling (802) 644-5100

Stowe Gallery Hours:
*Following hours are only in effect from May 8 - June 5*

Wednesday – Sunday: 11 – 5

Or by appointment by emailing info@bryangallery.org or calling (802) 760-6474

Jeffersonville Administrative Hours: Mon – Fri: 10 – 4

Building on one legacy; creating another

2024 Painting Raffle Fundraiser

The Gallery's annual Art Raffle Fundraiser is now live! This year you have the option to choose to be in the running for two original works of art!

Do not miss out on the chance to win one of two original paintings:
T.M. Nicholas - "Old Timer, Tunbridge", oil, 18 x 24 (above left)
Cynthia Rosen - "Truly Vermont", oil, 16 x 20 (above right)

Ticket Prices:
$25 for 1 ticket
$100 for 5 tickets

This year we are giving participants the opportunity to choose which painting(s) they would like to be in the drawing for. Participants have the option to choose one artwork per purchased ticket. If you purchase multiple tickets, you may choose multiple pieces.

To let us know which work(s) you would like to be in the running for, email the Gallery at info@bryangallery.org with your choices, and we will be sure your ticket(s) will be entered into the correct drawing(s). 

Tickets will be available for purchase here or at the Gallery until the drawing. The winner will be drawn and announced during the Gallery's opening reception of Land & Light & Water & Air held on Thursday, September 5, 2023.

Raffle tickets can be purchased online: Buy tickets Online or at the Gallery.

Paintings can be seen on display in the Gallery.


Evoking Vermont's Landscape - Stowe Exhibition

"Evoking Vermont’s Landscape” is a captivating art exhibition that immerses viewers in the breathtaking beauty and essence of Vermont’s natural surroundings. Showcasing artwork from 6 Vermont artists presenting original interpretations of Vermont’s diverse landscape. On display from February 7 - July 14 at our Stowe Location.

Participating Artists:

Ken Rush, Danby, VT

David Pound, Stowe, VT

Steve Clark, Vergennes, VT

Kate Follett, Jacksonville, VT

James Rauchman, Morrisville, VT

Mathew Pardue, N. Ferrisburgh, VT


Piano Concert with Christopher McWilliams

Join us on June 1st in Jeffersonville, Vermont for a Piano Concert by local Teacher, Performer, and Composter---Christopher McWilliams! 

Christopher will perform a program of works for piano, including Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition and Rachmaninoff's Etude Tableau in A Minor Opus 39, No.2. He will also compose and original piece based on the "40 Years Together" exhibit on display in the Main Gallery. 

When: Saturday, June 1, at 4:00pm.

Where: Bryan Memorial Gallery, 180 Main St., Jeffersonville, VT 05464

Registration: Free and open to the public, but registration requested, HERE.

TEACHER, PERFORMER AND COMPOSER, Christopher McWilliams taught at the Princeton Conservatory of Music for over a decade while performing and composing his own works. He currently lives in Montpelier, Vermont where he serves as the Director of Music at Bethany United Church of Christ.

Eulogizing the body: a video salon with John Killacky

John Killacky's videos have been screened in festivals, galleries, museums, hospitals, and universities world-wide. His work is collected by numerous libraries and universities. Additionally, his work has been televised locally in Minneapolis, Houston, and Vermont and nationally on Free Speech TV and PBS. For this salon, he will share four works dealing with AIDS, disability, loss, and chronic pain. 

Please Note: this event contains some mature content and is recommended for 16+.

Registration is free and recommended, HERE.

When: Saturday, June 15th at 1:00pm.

Where: Bryan Memorial Gallery, Jeffersonville, VT.

Sound Bath at the Bryan

Join us in the Main Gallery at the Bryan Memorial Gallery in Jeffersonville on Saturday, June 29, from 10 - 11 am, for an immersive healing and restorative experience with instructors Pippa Dorfman of Sacred in the Round and Tammy Jordan of Healing Within, LLC. Through sound vibration and guided meditation, this session will create balance and mental clarity, aiding in the mind-body-spirit connection and ultimate relaxation. The workshop fee is $5 per person and open to Gallery members and the general public. Space is limited and registration is required, HERE.

Participants should plan to bring a mat or blanket, and bolsters as the gallery does not provide these items.
Enter at the front of the Gallery on Main Street. 
Parking can be found on the street, or in the parking lot behind the gallery. Simply enter between the Farm Store and the Bakery for access to the parking lot.
 
For questions, please email us.


Plein Air in the Village - Stowe

The Bryan Fine Arts and Front Four Gallery are teaming up to host an unforgettable day of plein air painting on Saturday, July 6th in Stowe, Vermont.

Join us from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM as five amazing regional artists—Cynthia Rosen, George Van Hook, Liane Whittum, Mary Anne Heinzen, and Fiona Cooper Fenwick—set up their easels around town, including hotspots like Main Street, The Alchemist, and Trapp Lodge. Watch them create stunning original artworks right before your eyes and feel free to ask them questions!

The day wraps up with a fantastic wet paint sale at Front Four Gallery starting at 6:00 PM, where you can purchase these fresh-off-the-easel masterpieces. Enjoy light refreshments as you browse the artwork.

This exciting event is free and open to everyone! Pick up a map of the artists' locations at either gallery. For more details, contact Bryan Fine Arts at 802-760-6474 or Front Four Gallery at 802-253-7282. See you there!

Thank you to our generous sponsors: 

Union Bank, Michaels on the Hill, Black Cap Coffee & Bakery, Cafe on Moscow, The Alchemist, and Trapp Family Lodge.