To View an Art Exhibit:

  • Art exhibits will be displayed at the Senior Center for viewing.
  • The days for viewing are Tuesdays and Thursdays between 1:00 and 3:00 pm.
  • Schedule an appointment at least 24 hours in advance if you are interested in viewing the exhibit.
  • Please leave a message at 425-6345, and include your name and phone number for a confirmation of your appointment.

August/September 

Bill Stirewalt—Large Format Photography.
During his long medical career, Dr. Stirewalt remained serious about his hobby of fine art photography. The work on display for these two months spans a time frame from the 1960s to the present. Subject matter is varied and locations range from New Zealand to Vermont. The 27 pieces that comprise the show are all available for sale. Two of the most stunning pictures are of the Hoh Rain Forest in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State.

October 2020 

Photography by Mike Sipe and Photography by James Regan

“The Lake Champlain region is my unparalleled muse; the beauty of the lake, skies, mountains, valley and the people enjoying its splendor. I don’t have to travel the world to find world-class beauty; it is here, in my own backyard. My ability to find the area’s essence is evolving and it is exhilarating to me.” — Mike Sipe

“I particularly like to photograph the birds that thrive on Vermont’s lakes – sandpipers and great blue herons. It’s fascinating to get up close to things like sunflowers and milkweed with a zoom lens and show the details that people usually overlook – it’s almost another world. I like to bring out what is special about the mundane.” — James Regan

November 2020 

Photography by James Regan and Paintings by Vivian Jordan

“I particularly like to photograph the birds that thrive on Vermont’s lakes – sandpipers and great blue herons. It’s fascinating to get up close to things like sunflowers and milkweed with a zoom lens and show the details that people usually overlook – it’s almost another world. I like to bring out what is special about the mundane.” — James Regan

“My paintings are inspired by animals and nature. Many are detailed and realistic, others express feelings, and some have a surprising twist. All have a signature touch of sparkle… but you won’t see that until the light hits them just right.” — Vivian Jordan