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Burlington City Arts

Sage Lewis

Sage Lewis is interested in the connections between material process and concept and works through media of drawing, sculpture, prints, and photography to translate images into multiple outcomes. Her photo-based works use constructed paper forms as their subject matter in an effort to evoke an uncertain sense of space and establish a tactile relationship between drawing and the photographic. Lewis received her MFA from The Ohio State University in Columbus and is the recipient of the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Qatar Fellowship.

 

Jake Davidson

Jake Davidson is an artist based in Brooklyn, NY and Ramallah, PL. His films, objects, and situations unravel necropolitical and technocratic realities. During his residency Davidson is editing a film shot in Palestine related to Guibert’s theory of the Ghost Image. He’s exhibited at Anthology Film Archives (2012), Family Business (2012), Higher Pictures (2012), Recess Project Space (2012) and Terminal Projects (2013) in New York, as well as the Athens Video Art Festival (2013) in Greece and the Bergen Center for Electronic Arts (2014) in Norway.

 
 

A Peek Into the Process: Paintings Evolve at Elmore State Park

As summer heats up and people flock to favorite trails and swimming holes, Liz Nelson's paintings of nature scenes in Elmore State Park continue to evolve!Working both outdoors and inside the Nature Center at the park, Liz reports having frequent visitors. 

 

LOCAL SALE

The BCA Center’s annual show featured affordable works by Vermont artists. All work was available for purchase and carry. Proceeds supported the artists and BCA's gallery education scholarship fund.

 

 

THIS WEEKEND: Join Rebecca Schwarz at Button Bay for the Land(e)scape Workshop!

 

 

 

 
 

Creating "Water Watchers" in Grand Isle With Riki Moss

 

 
 

Upcoming Workshop: Create Art With Post-Consumer Plastic!

Join Burlington artist Rebecca Schwarz at Button Bay during park hours on August 7-9 and August 14-16 to contribute to Land(e)scape, a sculpture made entirely from post-consumer plastics!

 

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