Reception for the artist on Sunday June 4th from 4-7 p.m.
Refreshments and entertainment provided.
There are places we carry. Places lived, places loved, places we can only dream of. These places are ours, they are the homes of many or a few. They are mountains, roads, houses, oceans...they are forever changing in real time but for now, here they are still. By painting places where I have loved I am able to be reminded of memories and moments made. I can be swimming in the cold Atlantic off of the Gloucester Coast, I can be walking the streets of my college town, I can be falling in and out of love again.
Ceilidh Galloway-Kane was born and raised in East Hardwick, Vermont. After going to Smith College to study Art History (not to mention a brief fore in Maine) she returned to the Northeast Kingdom. Ceilidh is an arts advocate, educator and director of The Art House. She paints during the in between moments.