SVAC member art show opens Oct. 13
MANCHESTER — Southern Vermont Arts Center's fall member show, "Inside Out," will display the work of SVAC's 200-plus artist members from Oct. 13 through Nov. 18.
SVAC's fall member show is a vibrant and varied mixture of subject matters, mediums, styles, and techniques. It gives an insight into the breadth of active artists from Vermont and surrounding states. All the artwork in the show is available for purchase.
"Our artist members are a very integral part of the Arts Center," Anna-Maria Hand, gallery director and collections manager, said in a release. "Since its inception, Southern Vermont Arts Center has been a space for artists in the community to display their work.
"Currently, SVAC has over 200 artist members, and our member numbers are continuously growing. We really try to accurately display and represent all of the different styles and mediums of our artist members during our member shows. It's truly wonderful to constantly see the talent and growth of the artists throughout each season."
"Whatever I am working on is structured around a central symbol, idea, concept or metaphor, and the materials and subordinate images strive to help and support the idea," said artist Terry Findeisen. "My work attempts to be expressions of the essence and purity of concept, but the subjects are the infinite aspects and rituals of life. They have become portraits of thoughts, journals without words, giving objects a visual voice."
The mission of Southern Vermont Arts Center is to promote and nurture the arts. SVAC creates an inviting environment for the community to meet, enjoy, and participate in the arts through our exhibits at Yester House and the Wilson Museum; concerts in Arkell Pavilion; and workshops and summer camps. SVAC is situated on a beautiful 100-acre campus and expansive sculpture park in the heart of the Green Mountains.
Southern Vermont Arts Center is located at 930 SVAC Drive in Manchester. For more information, visit www.svac.org or call 802-362-1405.
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