Brattleboro-West Arts exhibition extended

BRATTLEBORO — Through Feb. 27, nine members of Brattleboro-West Arts will continue to display their work at The Robert H. Gibson River Garden, 157 Main St.

Conceived at the suggestion of Orly Munzing, the founder of the Strolling of the Heifers organization, the show was installed Jan. 3 and features paintings in gouache, acrylic, wax, and oil; photographs; hooked and braided wall hangings; and large-scale prints.

New BWA member Kay Curtis will be showing with the group for the first time. The work of the following artists will also be included: Ron Karpius, Steve Lloyd, Kris McDermet, Sharon Myers, Gene Parulis, Janet Picard, Walter Slowinski, and Jen Weichers.

This event follows the successful show and sale in December by 14 BWA artists and features new work and new artists. Brattleboro-West Arts is very pleased to have the opportunity to share its work with the Brattleboro community in attractive downtown settings.

Brattleboro-West Arts is a group of about three dozen artists who create their art and make their homes within the watershed of the Whetstone Brook. Members represent disciplines as diverse as violin making, glassblowing, textile art, metalworking, stone sculpture, painting, pottery, basket making, woodworking and jewelry. For more information, visit

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