Jericho-Underhill Open Studio Tour
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Farm machinery sculptures, water-inspired jewelry, layered swaths of recycled fiber and marbled paper bowls - just a sampling of the art you can find along one remote dirt road in Jericho.
During Vermont Open Studio Weekend, artists across the state open their doors to the public.
The Jericho-Underhill Open Studio Tour is a group of artists who have fostered a fertile rural community.
I began the day at HQ, the Emile A. Gruppe Gallery where I met some photographers, and got a map and directions. Then I visited artists along Nashville Rd.
Peeking inside artists' studios is a real thrill, especially when they live in such funky, unique homes. Nature and art intermingle in a symbiotic setting. There must be something in the water.
Music: Ryan Power, It Is Happening, "The Repelican"