Born in Los Angeles, Galen Cheney now lives and works in rural Vermont (USA). She received her Bachelor of Arts from Mount Holyoke College, and her Master of Fine Arts from The Maryland Institute, College of Art. She has received multiple fellowships including The Millay Colony, The Vermont Studio Center, and Da Wang Culture Highland in Shenzhen, China, as well as a publication award from Open Studio Press, and a nomination for a Joan Mitchell Foundation grant in painting. Her work has been shown and collected throughout the U.S. and in Canada; most recently at Gray Contemporary in Houston, The Drawing Room Gallery in Cos Cob, CT, and The Painting Center in New York City.
Jerilyn is a studio artist in the village of Greensboro, VT. She creates hollow ceramic sculptural forms as well as utilitarian pottery. Before relocating to the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, she was a studio artist in Mitchell County, North Carolina for 10 years. In 2006 she received a North Carolina Arts Fellowship Grant. She was an artist-in-residence at Penland School of Crafts from 2001-2004. She received her MFA from Southern Methodist University in 2001 where she also studied in New York City and Taos, New Mexico. Before attending graduate school she completed a two-year assistantship at the studio of Silvie Granatelli, in Floyd, Virginia. She graduated with a BFA from West Virginia University in 1997 and has also studied abroad at the Jing-de-zhen Ceramic Art Institute in China. Her work has been exhibited at the Mint Museum of Craft and Design and she has work in the permanent collection of the Asheville Art Museum and NCECA.
Devin Burgess is a glassblower in Greensboro, VT. His handblown glass forms portray a graceful elegance with acute attention to detail. After receiving a BFA from Alfred University in 2001, he continued his education working as an apprentice with the prestigious Benjamin Moore, Inc. in Seattle, Washington. In 2011, Devin completed a three year residency program at the Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina. His work has been published in national publications and has exhibited at the Mint Museum of Craft and Design in Charlotte, NC and the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Philadelphia, PA.
Beautifully situated on 26 acres with views of Mt. Mansfield and the Green Mountains, there are ample opportunities to walk, hike, mountain bike, cross country ski, and snowshoe.
Stowe is home to a thriving visual arts community. In partnership with our friends at Helen Day Art Center, we are grateful for the opportunity to display and make available for sale the work of local artists at The Stowehof.
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