Arts - Featured
Sherwin Art Glass
PO Box 168 33 Bridge St.Bellows Falls, Vermont 05101
“I work in the medium of glass and specialize in torchwork design and application. Using hand-pulled canes of glass made specifically for each design, and a hand-held oxy-propane torch, I melt and shape the tips of the glass canes and apply them to the glass form being created, to achieve the desired design. It is best described as ‘Painting with Glass.’"
Rockingham Arts and Museum Project
7 Canal StBellows Falls, VT 05101
Revitalizing the community by developing awareness of the arts, creating vitality in the community with the arts, and demonstrating that the arts favorably impact the local economy.
Art Makes a Difference is our theme.
Discover the many events and projects happening in the greater Rockingham, Vermont community...and beyond here on our website. The arts in our community have grown exponentially, contributing to the revitalization of our community.
Perhaps you have your own ideas that you would like to see put into action. Whether you are a doer, a contributor, a supporter, a visitor...or just an observer, it's hard to deny that...art makes a difference!
Canal Street Art Gallery
23 Canal StreetBellows Falls, VT 05101
Canal Street Art Gallery exhibits and represents contemporary artists in all mediums and styles, offering a diverse and evolving exhibition program.
Working with a scope of artists from a range of career levels and backgrounds representative of the rich multitudes drawn to the Great Falls of the Connecticut River here in Rockingham, Vermont, the gallery brings an open space where all creative voices may be heard.
Canal Street Art Gallery was founded in March, 2017 as Ad Hoc Art Gallery by three artists: Garrison Buxton, Emmett S. Dunbar, and Michael C. Noyes, who saw a need for a centralized and active location for creating and sharing art in the Town of Rockingham, Vermont. Rockingham includes the Villages of Bellows Falls, Saxtons River, Cambridgeport, and Bartonsville.
The Gallery is located in the Bellows Falls Downtown National Historic District, on the Mary Exner Block, which was restored in 2000. The Block offers 10 artist Live/work spaces and 6 retail spaces, and is home to RAMP (Rockingham Arts & Museum Project) and Project Space 9, RAMP’s non-profit exhibition space.
“We hope to honor and be a part of the journey creative peoples have been taking in this place for many thousands of years, and to join in the modern efforts to create a free and open arts community here in Rockingham Vermont.”
- Gallery Founders
Gallery hours: Wednesday ~ Saturday 11am - 4pm