Trip to Miller’s Thumb
Yesterday, I took a snowy (yes, I said snowy) drive to Greensboro, VT for my annual drop off of work at The Miller’s Thumb gallery. The gallery is located in a historic grist mill that was built in 1792 – it operates on a seasonal basis. This will be my 4th year showing my work at the gallery.
It’s a really beautiful space – open with lots of natural light. As you can see below, the gallery hasn’t opened for the season yet. You’ll have to wait until May 15th to get your art fix.
I brought a selection of photo albums, journals, and cards. The gallery staff always does a great job with displaying my work.
As I mentioned above, the gallery doesn’t open for the season until May 15th – the spot is well worth a visit if you’re in the area. They represent a wonderful variety of artists.
FYI – The gallery is acting as an official information center for Vermont Open Studio Weekend (May 23 & 24), so if you’re traveling that weekend and you need a map, they’re the place to stop.