Castleton Art Galleries

The Christine Price Gallery, located in the lobby of the Castleton Fine Arts Center, and the Castleton Downtown Gallery, located in the heart of Rutland's historic downtown, showcase local and regional artists throughout the year.

Castleton University Bank Gallery

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104 Merchants Row
Former Lake Sunapee Bank, Rutland
Thursday - Saturday 12 pm - 6 pm 

Castleton Downtown Gallery

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Center Street Alley
Center Street, Rutland
Wednesday - Saturday 11 am - 6 pm 

Christine Price Gallery

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Fine Arts Center, Castleton University
45 Alumni Drive, Castleton
Monday - Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm 


Castleton University Bank Gallery

Syrian Experience As Art ImageThe Syrian Experience As Art

This exhibition represents the work of twelve Syrian artists attempting to express their individual and varied responses to the devastation of their country.

September 2016 - January 2017
Castleton University Bank Gallery

Artist's Reception
Sunday, September 18 • 2 pm

Artist Khaled Youssef will be joining us via Skype from Nice, France to speak with visitors and conduct a Q&A session! Light refreshments will be served.


Christine Price Gallery

Syrian Experience As Art ImageThe Syrian Experience As Art

This exhibition represents the work of twelve Syrian artists attempting to express their individual and varied responses to the devastation of their country.

August 29 - November 5, 2016
Christine Price Gallery

High School Art Festival

A juried art show representing the talent of art students from the surrounding high schools. 

November 8 - December 23, 2016
Christine Price Gallery

Phoebe Stone - Still Life with UniverseStill Life with Universe

Phoebe Stone’s new large format pastels and oils revolving around the subject of still life, everyday life and our mysterious relationship with the universe. “This quality of magical surrealism is what elevates Stone’s work to the status of dreams, and in dreams anything is possible.” -Pamela Poston, Seven Days

February 27 - March 31, 2017
Christine Price Gallery

Breaking New Ground

Bruce Blanchette is a New Hampshire artist for whom combining traditional art media with some materials more common to the construction trades often inspire his aesthetic. His fascination with the interface of sculpture and wall mounted art dominates most of his work over the years and it is his process-oriented approach which often suggests the initial direction of his projects. Power tools and hand assembly play a big role in his final results.

April 10 - May 13, 2017
Christine Price Gallery


Castleton Downtown Gallery 

Facing the Self imageFacing the Self

Eleven artists confront their own likeness for this exhibition - for a variety of reasons, by a variety of means, in a variety of styles and, of course, with a wide variety of outcomes. Participating artists include; Phoebe Stone, Kate Gridley, Ken Leslie, Fran Bull, Lu Zhang, Bill Ramage, Leonard Ragouzeos, Oliver Schemm, Dick Weis, Sean Dye and Phil Whitman.

September 14 - October 15, 2016
Castleton Downtown Gallery

Phil Whitman Car SeatThresh/Hold

Castleton University art instructors present works that consider transitions between physical spaces, as well as transitions in time. The pieces represent each artist’s ongoing process of exploration.

October 19 - November 19, 2016
Castleton Downtown Gallery

Diane Fitch - InteriorsInteriors

Working from direct observation, Diane Fitch paints complex interior spaces. Her work explores the interplay of illusion and underlying abstraction, and issues that arise in attempting to articulate spaces that cannot be taken in from one static point of view.

 

November 30 - January 7, 2017
Castleton Downtown Gallery 

Marr HillardRevival: Stone and Steel

This group show represents the talent and exploration of four sculptors from Vermont’s stone carving and fabrication traditions. Delving into the hands-on manipulation of stone and steel and bringing them to life, reviving them into unique figural, botanical, mechanical and conceptual ways.

February 15 - March 18, 2017
Castleton Downtown Gallery

The Final Cut

Pam Brown uses synthetic polymer clays and recycled sheet metal, copper, rubber and fabric to model anatomical shapes that incorporate and replicate a variety of figurative,organic and animal forms.

March 25 - May 6, 2017
Castleton Downtown Gallery

Elizabeth Michaelman

Working across a variety of disciplines---sculpture, video, installation, drawing, poetry, multimedia --- Elizabeth Michelman explores verbal, spatial, and temporal strategies that locate the viewer in an embodied self. Each project, an encounter with emotion, anxiety,and wit, examines how language connects us to meaning and community.

May 13 - June 24, 2017
Castleton Downtown Gallery

Moments of Movement

Capturing the human figure in movement and candid moments of interaction is a focus of Christine Hozchuh’s small paintings.

July 1 - August 12, 2017
Castleton Downtown Gallery