The Arts Committee of All Souls Church, located at 29 South St. in West Brattleboro, invites the general public to see “The Flow of Watercolor” through the end of June. Nine members of the Connecticut Valley Hub of the Vermont Watercolor Society (VWS) are showing their works in the foyer and other gallery spaces. Participating artists include Carolyn Allbee, Carole-Anne Centre, Maisie Crowther, Nancy DiMauro, John Dimick, Kathy Greve, Steve Lloyd, Molly Martin, and Cath Stockbridge.
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, VWS was founded by a small group of painters in 1995 and today has over 240 members throughout the state. The group’s mission is to promote awareness and appreciation of watercolor to its membership at all levels of ability and to the community by providing opportunities and venues for participation, education, fellowship, and exhibitions.
The Meeting House is open from Monday through Friday from 9:00 to 12:00 as well as during Sunday worship services, other public events in the building, or by appointment. South Street is off Route 9 West about 1.2 miles from Exit 2 off I-91. Take a left at the West Brattleboro common, crossing in front of the new fire station, and head up a wooded driveway across the beginning of South St. Handicapped parking is available off a paved lane to the right at the top of the drive.
For further information, call the All Souls Church office at (802) 254-9377. Visit online at https://ascvt.org.