Please join us at the T.W.Wood Gallery on Friday December 1st, 2023 to celebrate the 200th birthday of Thomas Waterman Wood. This Art Walk reception will include the opening of our Annual Scholarship Auction and Holiday Market, as well as Artist Talks from Anna Held Audette, accompanied by a poetry reading from Suzanne Nothnagle at 5:45. At 6:30 we will be having a cake and champagne toast, followed by a talk from Board Member Phil Robertson about the Permanent Collection.
4:00 Openings: Nuquist Gallery: Poems and Paintings of a Vanishing America Anna Held Audette and Suzanne Nothnagle. Contemporary Hall: Holiday Sale and Scholarship Auction.
5:00 Wood Room: Welcome and remarks from Jack McCullough, Mayor of Montpelier.
5:15 Wood Room: Talk by Board Member Phil Robertson about our collection.
5:45 Nuquist Gallery: Artist Talk, Anna Held Audette. Poetry Reading Suzanne Nothngale.
6:30 Contemporary Hall: Cake and Champagne toast!
7:15 Wood Room: Phil Robertson redux.
"In the Jelly Jar" by Thomas Waterman Wood on View
In 2020 the T.W. Wood Gallery was pleased to announce the acquisition of In the Jelly Jar, an original painting by Thomas Waterman Wood. With the help of Trustee John Landy, the gallery purchased this lovely genre painting by T.W. Wood. In the Jelly Jar was painted in 1880 and is an excellent example of Thomas Waterman Wood's genre painting. This painting adds to the galleries collection of Wood's work and continues the mission of the Trustees to preserve the legacy and art of Thomas Waterman Wood in Montpelier.
Location CENTER FOR ARTS AND LEARNING 46 Barre Street, Montpelier, VT 05602
The T.W. Wood Gallery mission is to preserve our artistic heritage and to bring the best of today's art to Central Vermont.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Elliott Bent, Therese Mageau, Miccal McMullan, Jack McCullough, Justin Turcotte, Phillip Robertson, Suzi Swanson, John Landy-Emeritus, Linda Paradee-Emeritus