Vermont Supreme Court Gallery

Vermont Supreme Court Gallery

Located in the lobby of the Vermont Supreme Court, at 111 State Street, just east of the State House, the Gallery hosts contemporary Vermont artists on a quarterly rotating basis.  This broad, open space lends itself well to larger works of art, and has for over 20 years hosted many of Vermont’s best painters, photographers, and installation artists.  The gallery is open Monday through Friday, excluding state holidays, from  8:00-4:30.   Its shows are presented in partnership with Justice Marilyn Skoglund.  

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Current Exhibit

Paintings by Hunter Eddy

Paintings by Hunter Eddy

July 5–September 29, 2017
Monday–Friday, 8:00–4:30

111 State Street, Montpelier

Eddy is a visual storyteller, weaving contemporary pictorial, theatrical narratives within the context of his work. He moves light and shadow around the canvas in an extraordinary way, using the chiaroscuro technique of working from dark to light. Eddy still grinds his own paints, makes his panels by hand, and blends his own solvents. The selected paintings in this exhibition were created from 2010 to 2017 and are a combination of carefully staged portraiture and still-life.

Upcoming Exhibits

October–December, 2017
Craig Mooney

Vermont State Curator's Office
2 Governor Aiken Avenue
Montpelier, VT 05633-5801
Phone: 802-828-0749
Fax: 802-828-3533

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