The second floor of Penelope's shop is a beautiful, well-lit, open gallery space where exhibitions from hand-selected local and European artists frequently rotate. Prior exhibitions have featured artist such as Mia Sarosi's ceramics and Joan Dix Blair's woodblock cut prints, along with many others.
Currently on exhibit May 2018: Claudia Biehne - Porcelain
Representing our icy Spring, porzellanatelier Claudia Biehne from Leipzig Germany is exhibiting her idiosyncratic porcelain vessels. Organic foms in glassy white are complimented by new luscious botanical prints by Cavallini. Prints can be bought both framed and unframed.
Hannah Turner; Exhibit in December and January 2017
Starting Friday, November 3rd, we will be opening this month's exhibit of UK ceramicist & Wiltshire-grown maker and illustrator Hannah Turner.
Turner began her career sculpting small ceramic animals and she still predominantly takes inspiration from nature. She crafts mugs, salt and pepper pots and other tableware that are perfect whimsical gifts for Thanksgiving and the holidays.
Organic Thai Ceramic Vessels, by Art Floral
Established in Thailand, Art Floral's organic ceramic vessels are all made to have a beautiful subtle earth tone color scheme. These colors perfectly compliment Penelope's own glassware, as well as the gray scale of Penelope's current exhibit of her own etchings, lithographs, and photographs.
British etchings, lithographs and photographs by Penelope Wurr
A series of etchings, lithographs and photographs produced during Penelope’s postgraduate year at Central school of Art in London will be on display through June & July in co-operation with the Southern Vermont Dance Festival. This current exhibit includes some additions and deletions from the previous showing of this collection in 2016. These prints were inspired by Penelope’s photos that she captured during her time in London in the early 1980s. The pieces “The Dance Center” and “ Her Reflection” were displayed as part of the ROYAL ACADEMY OF THE ARTS exhibition in London.
British ceramics by Virginia Graham
Virginia’s ceramics are an eclectic amalgamation of nostalgic form and imagery, transforming the ordinary past by drawing on a wide range of British domestic traditions, using a combination of slip casting and hand building techniques, Virginia has created colorful and whimsical ceramic vessels in her own enchanting signature style.