The Christine Price Gallery, located in the lobby of the Castleton Fine Arts Center, and the Castleton University Bank Gallery, located in the heart of Rutland's historic downtown, showcase local and regional artists throughout the year.
This Duo Exhibition features paintings from Hannah Sessions and sculpture by Joe Lupiani. Session’s work shares the meditative moments she experiences on her farm, Blue Ledge, deftly capturing light and color. Lupiani’s series of Chimeras explore his interest in classical sculpture, with a charming and playful twist.
Sessions graduated Cum Laude from Bate’s College in Maine, and shortly thereafter established Blue Ledge Farm in Addison county where she lives and works with her family.
Lupiani lives in Grafton, Vermont from Arizona where he owned and operated a prolific metal foundry, creating fine art and custom sculpture in cast bronze, stone, and wood.
Wendy Copp creates elegant, humorous, and sometimes provocative figures, garb, and structures made of natural materials that she gathers from the land. Influenced by opera, literature, mythology, and science, she is interested in the hidden stories behind the absent protagonist, the contemplation of mortality and transformation, as well as our uneven relationship with nature in the modern age.