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2009:

"The Business of Art: Taking Yourself Seriously" with Lucy Petrie
March 28, 2009 at Hebard State Office Building in Newport

The Wooden Horse Arts Guild "Share What You Know" program began. Members with special talents shared those talents with the public for more art related awareness.

Courtney Mead playing the banjo for the Rand Memorial Library children.












Courtney with four of the Library children. left to right: Hannah Amyot, Madison Hammond, Thankful and James Cilwik.
Learning about musical instruments was one of the many activities planned for the children of the area


Phyllis Hammond shared her expertise in Watercolor painting.


Dr. Jim Maas taught a "Bird Carving Demonstration".


Artists were invited to paint and enjoy the iris in "Mary’s Garden"


Kay Maynard's Water Color Class

April: Art & Fine Craft Show in Derby Line Village

May 23-24 Open Studio Weekend: WHAG @ Rose Apple Acres Farm


The Wooden Horse Arts Guild sponsored a two day workshop in "Portraiture, etc. in Oils" with Malcolm DuBois, Artist/teacher. Visit www.malcolmdubois.com to see Malcolm's paintings and bio.


October: "A Village Art Show" at The Lodge at Jay:


John Rowe, artist

Tim Barry, artist

Ruth Genco, artist

Patricia Lipinski, watercolor artist

Tim Barry, artist

John Selmer, Sr., photographer



December: "A Holiday Gift Show" at The Lodge at Jay:


Glen Bartolomeo of Montgomery Center signing his newest book, "The Stone Soldier".

Frank Tiralla of Franklin, Wildlife artist.

Sharon Diner of Jay, and her newest jewelry designs.

Paula Holland of Derby, portrait artist.


Sienna Rogers of Derby, makes jewelry and jeweled butterflies.


Art Fits Vermont
About the Project:
From the Vermont Arts Council website:

"Art Fits Vermont is the Vermont Arts Council's second statewide community arts project. Modeled on the wildly successful Palettes of Vermont, the Council distributed 15" wood and paper puzzle pieces to encourage all Vermonters to create, showcase and celebrate art.

The Arts Council launched Art Fits Vermont in April 2008. Since then....

* we've given 9,500 wood puzzle pieces and 51,000 paper puzzle pieces to individuals, schools and community groups across the state.
* 191 organizations and 146 schools are taking part.
* participants hail from 172 towns in all 14 counties.
* 60,000 people (that's 10% of Vermont's population!) are making art."

For more information, contact the Vermont Arts Council:
Homepage: www.vermontartscouncil.org      

Puzzle Pieces by WHAG Members (Click thumbnails to view larger images):
Earline E Morse
Ellen Hart
Fred Wilson
Jim Maas
Joan Hebert
Joanne Ballou
Laurie Salzman
Pat Lipinski
Rene Desautels
Robert J Pasho
Tim Barry
William T Morse
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