An Exhibit co-curated by Frog Hollow Executive Director Rob Hunter and Waskowmium founder/director Mark S. Waskow
Frog Hollow explores the medium of printmaking with a focus on materials and processes not normally associated with the craft. Co-curated by Rob Hunter, Executive Director, Frog Hollow, and Mark S. Waskow, Founder/Director, The Waskowmium, New Registrations will feature work by John Anderson, David Bumbeck, Bill Darling, Bill Davison, Jeff Feld, Leslie Fry, Philip Godenschwager, Rick Hayes, Carol MacDonald, Michele Ratté, Sue Schiller, Daryl Storrs, Claire Van Vliet and Carleen Zimbalatti.
The exhibit will run the month of September.
Friday, September 2nd from 5-8PM
85 Church Street, Burlington VT
Opening event beverage service provided by Mad River Distillers
For a more complete listing of works in this exhibit please click below and view our online catalogue
Watch for our new Art Cart on Church Street
Over the past six years Frog Hollow has run a series of statewide craft outreach efforts to determine how best to educate the public on Vermont crafts people and their craft processes. These efforts included last years “Artstream” (a retrofitted Airstream camper that Frog Hollow used as a traveling gallery) and multiple traveling exhibits. The result of these efforts is the commissioning of a mobile studio the organization has affectionately named the Art Cart (or cART as designer Aaron Stein refers to it).
The Frog Hollow Art Cart was designed and created by local artists Aaron Stein and Aaron Grossman as a mobile platform for artisans to demonstrate not just what they make, but how they craft and create it. The main concern was to make a safe environment that the public could approach and watch as work was being produced. The cART is a versatile design which can be used as a platform to create on or as a backdrop to house tools and materials. A built in plexi glass shield encompasses the entire front of the cart while an adjustable mirror allows for those watching to see an aerial view of the artists hands at work.
The cart may be a new addition to Burlington’s Church Street, but in a way, it’s been here all along. Made from rectangular aluminum framing beams, once window channel in several Church Street storefronts it may be claimed that the cart is actual built from Church Street. Add to this the locally salvaged corrugated siding, leveling jacks and motorcycle wheel, the two Aarons reclaimed and repurposed local materials for the bulk of the cart’s construction, making it an upcycled work of art in its own right.
Already up and operating (John Brickels [pictured]was our inaugural artist demonstrating on August 6th in front of the gallery) Frog Hollow has put together a schedule of upcoming artists and partner organizations (organization who use craft as a tool in their work) demonstrations for the coming month.
Date Time Artist Medium
August 26 4-8PM Maxine Hugon Clay
Sept 2 4-8PM Daryl Storrs Printmaking
Sept 8 Noon - 4 Shelburne Craft School Wood Carving
Sept 9 Noon - 4 Shelburne Craft School Wood Carving
Sept 10 Noon – 4 Victoria Blewer Hand Colored Photography
Sept 16 Noon – 4 Eric Nelson Glass
Sept 16 5-8PM Project Healing Waters Fly Tying
Sept 17 Noon – 4 Eric Nelson Glass
Sept 23 Noon – 4 Carol MacDonald Printmaking
Sept 30 Noon – 4 Deborah Holmes Painting
Demonstrations are free and open to all.
Frog Hollow Vermont State Craft Center
85 Church Street
Burlington, VT 05401
phone (802) 863-6458
Winter hours: Jan 11 – April 15
We will be closed all day Wednesday, Jan 20th for inventory
Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Summer and Fall hours: April 16 – Nov 27
Monday - Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Thursday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Holiday hours: Nov 28 – Jan 7
Monday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
If you can’t visit us in person, check out our online gallery! You are also welcome to call us anytime so we can help you find what you are looking for or email us at infofroghollow.org