StJ Art on the Street announces its new winter show featuring the work of several artists in storefront, sidewalk, and indoor galleries along Railroad Street and Eastern Avenue. The new show features an abundance of riveting, colorful stained glass as well as lamps, paintings, and mixed media pieces. Artists Kathy Chapman, James Frase-White, Mary Tapogna, and Ken Leslie are exhibiting on Railroad Street and Eastern Avenue. Art from The Foundry Glass Workshop, led by Justin and Mary Ellen Hannington, will be displayed on Eastern Avenue as well.
Gear up for a one-of-a-kind outdoor art experience! Ski or snowshoe at your own pace, and on your own time, through winter-proof works by Vermont artists. The 2-mile trail begins at HCA and traverses the fields of neighboring Wilson Farm, offering various paths for all ages and abilities. From the majestic to the comical, delight in diverse art pieces in a beautiful natural setting. Having attracted thousands of visitors in its inaugural year, The Winter Trail is back with the work of 20 artists nestled into a snowy rural landscape to be enjoyed while bundled up on skis or snowshoes. Not all art is made to withstand a Vermont winter and not all people want to add a workout to their cultural enjoyment but we think there is nothing better than getting outside, getting the heart rate up, and experiencing big art up close and, if you’re lucky, draped in a fresh layer of snow. If you come on a weekend, stick around and enjoy a hot toddy and culinary treats from HCA Café while sitting fireside in a festive outdoor environment. And, new this year, any day of the week you can bring your skates and take a twirl around the Greensboro Community Skating Rink, located on our front lawn. Services such as restrooms and the limited equipment library (located in the entryway) are available Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 4 PM. The Café is open for outdoor dining on Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM to 3 PM.