Chrissy Orcutt: 2D-3D “Twenty to Thirty” Exhibit at Chandler

Stella, An acrylic 4X4' Painting by Christine Orcutt on display  at Chandler in Randolph

Stella, An acrylic 4X4′ Painting by Christine Orcutt on display Chandler in Randolph

So, we have verified that Chrissy Orcutt is in indeed “A Vermont Artist Under 30” and so is, in fact, eligible to be in this Randolph show…We have learned there will be a “Closing Party” on  Saturday, March 2nd with Gallery Talk from 5-6pm and Reception following. 

This whole concept of “Closing Party” is new to Woodstock Early Bird, but hey, if there can be “Openings” why not “Closings” (Old boyfriends take note). In any case, kudos to AVA Art Teacher and Woodstock resident, Chrissy. Here is the Chandler press release with times listed to view the show below:  

The juried show, entitled 20-30 / 2D-3D, features work in a variety of media that showcases the diversity and perspective of innovative young artists throughout the state. Exhibiting artists include Mayellen Matson, Strafford; Christopher Kerr- Ayer, Bethel, Mary Blake, Plainfield; Abel Fillion, Tunbridge; Corrina Thurston, Barre; Kara Pivarski and James Secor, Montpelier; Michelle Jacobs, Barnard; Ben Peberdy, White River Junction; Scott Welch, Norwich; Christina Orcutt, Woodstock; Matthew Ramada, Essex Junction; Tara Goreau, Burlington; Lindsey Vladyka, Northfield; and Eliza Hunter, Troy, NY and Brookfield.

James Sturm and Rachel Gross served as jurors for the exhibit. Sturm is a cartoonist and the co-founder of The Center for Cartoon Studies, a two-year MFA program in White River Junction. Rachel Gross is an artist and printmaker living in White River Junction. Rachel received an MFA in printmaking from Tyler School of Art. Gross taught printmaking, drawing, and design at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia.

20-30 / 2D-3D runs through March 13. Regular Gallery hours for this exhibit are Fridays from 3 – 5 PM, and Saturdays and Sundays from 12 – 2 PM, or by appointment, 802-728-9878.

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