Thursday, January 12, 2017

White Water Gallery Presents:

Portraits of Place
Ceilidh Galloway-Kane

Ceilidih Galloway-Kane, Craftsbury, Watercolor on Paper

June 4 to July 9, 2017

Reception for the artist on Sunday June 4th from 4-7 p.m.
Refreshments and entertainment provided.

Unlike place (which I define as seen from the inside), landscape can only be seen from the outside, as a backdrop for the experience of viewing...Space defines landscape, where space combined with memory defines place - Lucy Lippard

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.


Some of these aerial paintings are not pure sentiment. I have come to look at them with an ecological lens. To survey and explore the impact humans have on the land. Roads & buildings are left blank in an abstract and simple representation of the landscape and place. Some depict the pastoral centers of the Northeast Kingdom, while others look to cities, fracking, and industrial agriculture.

This work is a lifelong exploration of how man-kind connects to the land. I invite the viewer to join me. To reflect on their own memories and sense of place.

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.  


Whitewater Gallery is located at 5 River Street in East Hardwick, Vermont. The Gallery is open Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. or by appointment (802) 563-2037.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

White Water Gallery Presents:

Real and Imagined Works in Paint and Clay
Georgia Landau

 July 17 - August 28, 2016

 Georgia Landau makes exquisite figurative clay sculpture and representative 
paintings which are accessible to all ages, especially the young at heart.

Reception for the Artist July 17th from 4-7 pm. 

Light refreshments and entertainment provided. 
Last Exhibit of the summer! 


Friday, January 8, 2016

Summer 2016 Exhibit at White Water Gallery

White Water Gallery Presents:

Larry Golden - Traditional Painter
Figure and Landscape (Arcadia)

Reception for the artist: Sunday June 5th from 4 until 7 pm.
Exhibit runs from June 5th to July 10th 2016.

Local painter Larry Golden is the first featured artist of the summer showing at White Water Gallery in East Hardwick, Vermont. Lyndonville Artist Larry Golden received his M. A. from Pratt Institute – continuing his painting studies at the Art Students League of NYC and the Reilly School of Art in White Plains, New York. He has been teaching art for 42 years at the St. Johnsbury Academy, and has been painting daily for the last 50 years. Golden’s work appears in the permanent collection of the Fairbanks Museum, St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, the Vermont State House, Lyndon State College and the Mount Washington Hotel in New Hampshire.

The public is cordially invited to an opening reception for the artist Sunday, June 5th. from 4pm. until 7pm. Fine art, music and light refreshments for a Sunday afternoon. 

The show runs every Sunday from 11am. to 3pm. or by appointment. Information: telephone 536-2037