A contemporary art gallery at 34 Main Street in Brattleboro, Vermont. A new show opens the first Friday of every month for Gallery Walk. Enjoy the artwork in person or online through Brattleboro's Gallery Walk: Stream & Stroll: https://www.brattleboro.com/gallerywalk/
November 2020: Roxcell Bartholomew
Growing up in the caribbean meant that nature was never far away. This was something I did not appreciate until I moved to an apartment complex in New Jersey. Luckily, I found a new yet familiar vibe when I first moved to Brattleboro a few years ago. I fell in love with all the nearby hills and rivers as they reminded me of the beautiful landscapes of my childhood. During my first week here, I made my way up the stairs of the River gallery school and signed up for a plein-air workshop. Painting outdoors quickly became a way for me to explore the land and connect with friends. I was instantly hooked on the experience and have been painting the outdoors for the past two years.
October 2020: Jason Breen & Stephen Lloyd
Born in 1969, Jason Breen grew up in rural Connecticut in the cabin his family built
during his childhood. He studied instrument building, first in West Virginia with Wayne
Henderson, then with Gib Taylor at Marlboro College, earning a BA in 1992. During his college
years, Mr. Breen worked with Elliot and Geri Coleman farming in Vershire, Vermont. After
graduating he stayed in Marlboro and worked with MacArthur Builders as a house carpenter and
timber-framer for six years. In 1998 he married and opened his own shop, alternately farming
and woodworking for several years at Fair Winds Farm in Brattleboro, Vt where he lived with his
A member of the Guild of Vermont Furniture Makers and Brattleboro West Arts, Mr
Breen has shown work around the state in group exhibits. Although much of his work has been
custom orders, he has recently been building pieces of his own design with the hope of
encouraging a love for place and community.
In 2004 a growing Breen family moved to a new house in West Brattleboro where they
homestead, produce maple syrup, build furniture, raise hay and two children and invite friends
and neighbors to help and learn. Mr. Breen makes sounds with a guitar in his spare time.