Saturday, September 13 3-5pm
Join our artists for food and festivities
Featuring black & white portrait sessions with photographer
Proceeds benefit the Kent
Visit the miniatures on view to experience a sound installation by
audio artist Erica Heilman
Silent Art Auction Opens
September 13 3pm
Jody Gladding & Darren Higgins
September 20 3pm
Mirror Lake Readings
Thomas Christopher Greene
& Mary Elder Jacobsen
Old West Church
September 27 3pm
Ron Padgett & Ellen Bryant Voigt
Old West Church
$40 registration includes all materials,
to reserve a spot contact Nel: 229.4919
Contemplating Photography as Art
Saturday, October 4th 11am
Join Photographers Andrew Kline and Craig Line as they discuss photography as art through a closer examination of the photographs within Reflections.
For more information call 802.229.5621
Sunday, October 5 3-6pm
Join our artists for music,
refreshments and festivities including:
Haiku Poetry Slam
Silent Art Auction Closes
September 13th / 3-5pm
October 5th / 3-6pm
The Art at the Kent exhibition Reflections ran from Friday, September 12th to Sunday, October 5th, 2014.
To explore the work of this year's artists, in an enlarged fashion, please flip through the gallery of images below.
All events are free *unless otherwise noted Donations Encouraged to the Kent Museum
For more information Call: 802.223.6613 E-mail: email@example.com
REFLECTIONS is presented by Historic Kents' Corner, Inc. and the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation. We are a venue for Of Land & Local 2014 and received support from the Vermont Arts Endowment of the Vermont Community Foundation.
Many thanks to Linda Mirabile of RavenMark for her generous creation of all our printed materials. We are also very grateful for the talent and incredible care of Robyn Alvin of Alvin Creative as she constructed this website for us.
We so appreciate our gifted and generous designers!
Fridays - Sundays / 10-5
& by appointment
Art, in many ways, is all about reflection. The thirty-plus artists who have turned their focus on literal, as well as more cerebral reflection, are celebrating one of the most important virtues of being human. This show is all about our world and the lives we lead. How do thought, spirituality, raw emotion and vigorous action play out in daily life - and how does the artist, in particular, respond?
We hope to enlighten visitors on many levels, providing an overt look at how art reflects life as well as how images and forms of thought bounce back.