Montpelier’s nonprofit community arts hub, the Center for Arts and Learning (CAL) will take part in the Vermont Crafts Council’s 30th Spring Open Studio on Memorial Day weekend. Studio artists present will be painter Liz Le Serviget (B1) and printmaker LynaLou Nordstrom (B5) in the lower “Underground Gallery” space. Come see their work, visit with the artists and if inclined, purchase their work.
Le Serviget’s exhibit “Tracking Time Through COVID” is displayed upstairs in the Members Gallery on the first floor. It’s a watercolor and oil timeline of her daily life since March 13, 2020, featuring cards, reflections, portraits and an interactive piece.
The second floor Community Gallery features Separation Series, a meditation on family separation via water-filled clay vessels. Wall art by Jeremy Vaughn, Lisa Meyers, and Sarah Ashe round out the Separations and Migrations exhibit.
The first floor hallway and a portion of the Underground Gallery is curated by the Art Resource Association (ARA), a membership group of Central Vermont artists.
CAL’s partner the T.W. Wood Gallery and Museum will also be part of the Open Studio event.