eight artworks sold at the Affordable Art Fair

The walls were filled with art!

 

Edgewater Gallery staff worked around the clock from March 29-April 2 showing off the amazing artist collection they had curated. My six new works, as well as others from the gallery, were “very well received and sold well” so I’m once again looking at my easel and trying to get more paintings out there for interested collectors. It is a great, and surprising, feeling to discover that the Big Apple likes my work.

Heading to the Affordable Art Fair, NYC

March 29 through April 2, Edgewater Gallery is taking my work to the Big Apple!

The Affordable Art Fair in New York City will be held at the Metropolitan Pavilion 125 West 18th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues) and I hope to be there on Wednesday, the opening night.

If you can make the journey to the city, there will by around 70 galleries from around the world displaying artists’ work. I hear it is an amazing experience!

I call this collection of six paintings In the Shelter of Each Other. As I painted, I discovered Pádraig Ó Tuama through an On Being podcast, and followed up by listening to every talk he has posted on the web. The wisdom to find a way to remain in a room with those we perceive to be our enemies reminds me of so many Buddhist teachings about non-discrimination and equanimity. These are concepts I hope to learn someday.

Pádraig Ó Tuama quotes an Irish proverb:
‘It is in the shelter of each other that the people live’

I will continue to paint about the shelters, and the shadows, that help us to live together.

Stand Still   oil on linen  24×24

edgewater gallery and the affordable art fair, nyc

March 30-April 2 will be exciting! I hope you can get to see the amazing artists at the Affordable Art Fair. I hear there will be around 9000 artists’ work on display, and some of my paintings will be there, too. I’ve got six new pieces almost ready for viewing and Edgewater Gallery will be bringing them to the big city along with work by Dennis Campay, Helen Shulman, Rory Jackson, Homer Wells, Charlotte Foust, Timothy Horn and Jeff Bye. Awesome company!

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learning to be astonished

This autumn is a quiet fallow time, a time to plant rye and feed the soil for the next harvest. This little oil sketch of white and ochre pumpkins is my first foray back in the studio since an event-filled September which included my daughter’s wedding and a featured artist show. I am truly grateful for the support I received from Edgewater Gallery and so many friends and patrons who viewed — and even purchased — my paintings.

I have begun thinking about words that might lead to paintings: vicissitude, iteration, this and that, faraway, sanctuary, remembrance. Each word is a universe. As I ponder words, I am more impressed than ever at poetry’s spareness and the skill it takes to create such wise and intangible works of art.

Mary Oliver’s poem ‘Messenger’ is my newest project to memorize as I jog in the morning. The part of the poem I love the most is

Are my boots old? Is my coat torn?
Am I no longer young and still not
half-perfect? Let me
keep my mind on what matters,
which is my work,

which is mostly standing still and
learning to be
astonished.

the kindsight triptych is heading for a new home

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I am so glad I have a photo sitting at Edgewater Gallery with the triptych.
I am working on letting go, once again. This show has been a whirlwind for
me, with many friends and hopefully friends-in-the-making becoming patrons.

Thank you to everyone who has come to see this year of work and to support me.

I feel the blessing from John O’Donohue has come to life for me in these paintings
and I hope the paintings bring blessings to their new homes.

“And so may a slow
wind work these words
of love around you,
an invisible cloak
to mind your life.”

images of the kindsight show at edgewater gallery

I thought I’d share some photos of the new collection now that they are hanging at the gallery. I couldn’t have asked for better curating of the paintings, and there are some red dots going up!

I love that Stephen Procter’s vessels are set by my paintings. These sentinels seem to stand guard wherever they are placed, positive energy pulsing through the simple forms. And I love Tom Marrinson’s colorful bowls, too — I think I may need one as an objet d’art at home.

(That’s my very supportive husband standing by my side, by the way. He has made this artist’s life possible for me, and I know I am a very lucky woman.)

The opening is just over a week away and I hope to see you then!

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Edgewater Gallery show opening reception September 17

Please mark your calendars for a featured artist show at Edgewater Gallery on the Green this September. I will have 17 new paintings and some small studies on view in early September.

Because my daughter will be getting married on September 10 (what was I thinking?) I won’t be having an artist’s reception until September 17 — but I will be happy to meet with anyone interested in my work on that day! I’ll be there between  4 and 6 pm that Saturday afternoon, and I hope to see you there.

This group of paintings was a gateway to learning about new poets, favorite 19th century writers, activists and philosophers. I spent hours listening to Krista Tippett interviews.

The thread I followed was compassion, and I ended up with Kindsight.

I hope you will enjoy the show.

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Kindsight Triptych, 30×75, oil on canvas

Rutland Regional Medical Center print installation

What a great honor to have prints of three of my paintings installed in February, 2016 in the entrance hallway of the Rutland Regional Medical Center! I’ve always walked into institutions like this hospital and marveled at the art on the walls, and now I can’t quite believe my good fortune. I want to thank all the people who helped me: Don Ross Photography, whose reproduction skills are a true art form; and Jennifer Koch of Frames for You and Mona Lisa Too — her frames are professional works of lasting beauty. And I truly appreciate the people who work at the hospital, and who made this experience so delightful: Althea Bilodeau, my hospital muse and advocate; Mary Cadoret, who carefully installed the work; Jan Buxton, who seamlessly arranged for us all to meet at the same place and time; and most of all, Vice President Mary Nemeth for her continued support of the arts.

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new work at Edgewater Gallery

It’s October 1st and eight new paintings are now at Edgewater Gallery on the Green in Middlebury, Vermont.

This collection of paintings focus on my summer travels to Cape Cod and Lake George (with the addition of one completed study from last summer on the Jersey Shore). I think of these paintings as a continuation of my never-ending Mountain Solid/Water Reflecting contemplation. I learned to become more connected to the earth, and more capable of looking inward to understand my feelings and thoughts, through Thich Nhat Hanh’s suggested mantra, which in its entirety includes Flower Fresh/Mountain Solid/Water Reflecting/Space Free. To be able to smile like a flower, rooted to the earth through any weather, capable of stilling the mind to see into the depths below, breathing deeply to be fully alive: this combination is guaranteed to bring me a sense of peace. I hope to convey that peacefulness in my paintings.

 

grand opening of edgewater gallery on the green

Please join me at Edgewater Gallery on July 24th from 5 to 7 pm to celebrate the opening of the newest addition to Edgewater Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont, located at the former Ski Haus building on the corner of the green. My newest large paintings will be on display at the new gallery.

I hope you will stop by to see the new, larger gallery, along with the original Edgewater Gallery on Mill Street!

 

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ArtHamptons in July!

July 1, 2015

And they’re off! The paintings are in transit, headed to Bridgehampton. Time to start painting again.

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Signed, sealed and delivered! By Friday afternoon, June 21, five signed, framed paintings were delivered to Edgewater Gallery and the gallery is currently displaying some of my ‘big girls’ until they have to be packed up for the trip south to the Hamptons.

Since late April I’ve been focused on these large paintings, and if you happen to be on Long Island from July 2-5, I hope you will check out Edgewater Gallery’s booth at the ‘opulent private estate’ where ArtHamptons is showcasing 70 galleries from around the world. It sounds amazing!

Meanwhile if you are interested in seeing the paintings before they head south, please stop by the gallery before June 29. Two of the paintings are hanging now, and the gallery will be happy to show all five to any interested folks. Please give Edgewater Gallery a call at 802-458-0098 for a private showing and pricing information! They are at 1 Mill Street, Middlebury, Vermont.

I’m happy — and a little sad –because it has been such a whirlwind and I might not see them again. (That’s counting my chickens before they are hatched, I know, but it is a possibility that they will stay in the Hamptons and I’ll never see them again…)

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The ArtHamptons fine art fair will run from July 2-5, 2015. Historically, the fair has about 14,000 attendees, and this year the art fair is going to be located at a private estate at 900 Lumber Lane Reserve, Bridgehampton. Yikes.

past posts:
April 26, 2015

studio photo

My first painting is 40″x40″ and returns me to the very first barn painting I worked on, one that brings me home to my true core every time I study it. I have a ways to go, but the early underglow of colors has me excited to keep working. I can see the twirl of the universe in the shadow on the barn.

May 21, 2015

carousel of time draft

Progress (I think!) as I slowly build up the color on the Cadwell barn’s shadowed and sunlit architecture, and try to capture how luminous the sky appears on a clear, cold spring day. I think I have a title, too — A Carousel of Time — which brings me full circle from that first barn painting more than 20 years ago. I named the first painting ‘Grace’ because I knew, after many years of struggle and loss, that I had come to exactly the right place in my life. Now, as I try to live mindfully, with as much lovingkindness as I can muster, I can see the spinning years in the twirl of that shadow on this remarkable old barn.

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Here’s another 40″x40″ painting of fishing shacks I’m working on from a pencil sketch and smaller painting I worked on last September at the shore near Atlantic City. The five new paintings have been a meditation on the inevitability of change, and I particularly love the satellite dish on the simple little camp. I love the flat bright light of mornings by the water when the air is almost iridescent, and I hope to capture the quiet peace of that moment when the earth is still and the moisture is rising up into the sky.

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This 30″x40″ study of surfaces and light has me returning to the brilliance of a backlit white barn on a summer afternoon.

‘Come What May’ now on display at Edgewater Gallery

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I thought about equanimity all through the winter as I painted this collection of paintings, and now I watch my feelings vary like the early spring weather as the opening reception draws closer. I had a chance to visit Edgewater Gallery in early April and the show is beautifully curated with other talented artists like Stephen Procter (ceramics), Richard Haver and Dale Helms (furniture), and Jen Violette (glass sculpture) enhancing my paintings.

I’m not an extrovert, and if I had my druthers, I’d be invisible for the evening of the opening, with only a Cheshire cat smile revealing that I am present.

But, come what may, I will be there!

Please join me if you can.

A great postcard by Edgewater Gallery for my upcoming show!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Come what may: like a zen koan, the archaic phrase beguiles me, leading my thoughts on a meandering path. Acceptance is there, and impermanence. And peace. Ultimately, come what may leads me to equanimity and the aim of seeing with understanding. While painting these Vermont barns and Lake George landscapes, I’ve tried to distill the colors and forms to reach toward something ineffable, gentle and kind. I see the whimsical, occasionally haunting balance/imbalance of windows and doors in farm architecture and the contrasting shapes and playful anthropomorphism of the land, and I smile.

I know I’ve been lucky to spend my winter afternoons deep in the pursuit of a thistle-violet spring sky or a sunlit azure-blue metal roof, fleeting memories of elusive moments.

I hope these paintings bring a sparkle to your eyes.

 

 

‘come what may’ April featured artist show

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Please join me at Edgewater Gallery
for an opening reception of my newest work.

April 10

5 to 7 pm
The show will be up for the month of April.

I’ve been busy all through the cold months, imagining the warmer
seasons (and even painting one snow-covered barn).
It has been a privilege to spend my days deep in the pursuit of a
thistle violet spring sky or a sunlit azure-blue metal
roof. I hope the paintings bring a sparkle
to your eyes!

Spring passes and one remembers one’s innocence.
Summer passes and one remembers one’s exuberance.
Autumn passes and one remembers one’s reverence.
Winter passes and one remembers one’s perseverance.
— Yoko Ono

The collection of paintings in the show ponder the concept
of equanimity. The title of the show, ‘Come what may’ is
such an odd little phrase (we don’t commonly say “go where will,”
after all), and the essence of the phrase is ‘what will be will be.’
I hope to paint visual poems that honor the challenge of
loving life without clasping it too tightly.

The paintings will be available for purchase beginning March 31st.

The UMass Arts Entrepreneurship Initiative

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Four years ago I attended a great two-day workshop offered by the
Vermont Arts Council called “Breaking Into Business.”
The workshop was a hands-on learning experience —
presented by Dee Boyle-Clapp and Maren Brown from the
UMass Arts Extension Service, it introduced me to new artist
compatriots from around Vermont and taught me new ways to
deal with my Janus-faced double life as an artist and businesswoman.

Now, I am one of the faces seen in a new brochure published
by the UMass Arts Extension Service to promote their Arts
Entrepreneurship Initiative.

check out http://www.umass.edu/aes to learn more about the program.

new year’s goal: a featured artist show in April

 

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The canvases are beginning to collect around the studio!

I am delighted that I was asked to create paintings for another
featured artist show this April at Edgewater Gallery in Middlebury.

I will be thinking about mindful light, working from studies
of Vermont and Lake George.

Season’s greetings and a healthy, happy new year to you
and your family.

four new notecards

Now available at the Brandon Artists Guild (and by request via my email address), four recent paintings are available as 5×7 notecards. new notecard images2014

‘Art Rocks Brandon’ rocking chair auction

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Rock on with an original painted rocking chair!
This vintage rocker
will be auctioned off
at the Town Hall
on August 23, 7 pm
in Brandon, Vermont.

There are 30+ artfully hand-painted
rocking chairs painted by members
of the Brandon Artists Guild.
Visit their website,
Brandonartistsguild.org
to see all of the rocking chairs.

This was my first attempt to paint on a chair (instead of painting about chairs).
I used my archive-quality oil paints and then covered the surface with a matte spar varnish.
To my eyes, the chair has echoes of Egyptian pharoah furniture —
but that may be hard for others to see.

I had a wonderful time painting this piece and am delighted to donate the work to benefit
the art teachers in the Brandon area.

open studio weekend 2014

May 24-25, 2014
Grange Hall
3 Middle Road
North Chittenden, Vermont 05763

This was my fifth year joining five other artists at the North Chittenden Grange Hall, showing our work in a beautiful old building that is being slowly and carefully renovated by North Chittenden citizens with Karen Webster’s leadership. Thanks to everyone who stopped by — and we will be picking the raffle winner very soon!

Studio tour site map numbers 97 through 102
for more information about open studio weekend: vermontcraftscouncil.com

artists at the Grange Hall are:

Bonnie Baird  

Althea Bilodeau  

M.E.H. Holland  

Gabrielle McDermit  

Kathryn Milillo  

Jeannie Podolak

click the image below to download our poster:
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Edgewater Gallery Featured Artist Opening Reception May 9

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For an Edgewater Gallery pdf with all the paintings and prices,
click: Edgewater preview

Let It Be
Mountain solid
water reflecting
space free

Through a contemplative lens, using muted colors, soft edges and a slow build-up of thin layers of oil paint, this collection of oil paintings gazes at the land, lakes and barns of Vermont and nearby Lake George. Squinting at narrow doorways, light-filled cupolas and skylit windows, I ponder the meaning of physical and emotional space. Barns help me resolve love and loss. In their inexorable decline, they abide, mute and unflinching, as beautiful as any cathedral. Change is inevitable; barns teach me how to let go. Landscapes reminds me that I am connected to the earth, rooted to my surroundings and conscious of the gentle comedy of a chorus line of trees on tiptoe. Watching the fresh water that manifests my busy mind, I imagine what lies beneath, strive to understand what is reflected on the surface and angle toward stillness and clarity. As I dab and brush, scumble and glaze, I appreciate the simple blessings of seeing and being.

Opening Reception
May 9, 5-7 pm
Edgewater Gallery
1 Mill Street, Middlebury, Vermont 05753
802.458.0098

A note about the opening reception:

My heartfelt thanks for helping to make the opening reception such a success. I will savor the friendship and support I felt that night for a very long time.

In a strange way, I am sad about the success I’ve had with this show. So many paintings have sold (twelve to date) that there aren’t many paintings left to see, and for people traveling a distance it will be a disappointingly small show to see. My imagined collection of paintings in one space was a very ephemeral experience.

I’ll just have to keep painting!

in the news

The Rutland Business Journal published an article by Peggy Armitage in early June about the VPR February 2013 fund drive, describing how I was selected.
Thank you, Peggy, for suggesting the interview! I truly appreciate your professionalism — and how much information you managed to pack into this short piece.

The text of the article is shown below:
A fruitful idea

Proctor artist’s design graces VPR mugs Peg Armitage Kathryn Milillo of Proctor achieved statewide name recognition when Vermont Public Radio (VPR) chose her design of pears ripening on a windowsill for its new coffee mug.

The mugs were given as thank-you gifts during the station’s spring membership drive, which included Valentines Day. With a nod to the saint, Milillo named her pears, “Give Me Love,” after the song by the late Beatle George Harrison.

The station doesn’t conduct a contest; rather, designs are chosen from many sources, said Ty Robertson of VPR. In Milillo’s case, a staff member who had seen her paintings asked Milillo if she would like to submit two or three designs for a mug.

The artist graduated from Clark University with a major in English, hoping to some day become a fine artist. Her background is in graphic design and marketing; she started out as a sign painter. Eventually, she worked as a marketer promoting colleges and universities.

Ten years ago, she decided to give up promoting others in favor of promoting herself as a full-time artist, a crucial skill that she said not all artists master. Milillo urges artists to take advantage of the “Breaking into Business Workshops” programs offered periodically by the Vermont Arts Council and Vermont Crafts Council.

Her home studio is flooded with natural light. “I try to make a visual poem, not one in words,” she said.

Milillo said she’s devoted to preserving images of “our vanishing farmscape and the crumbling barns and buildings that challenge our current values.” She chose a set of seven oil paintings of Vermont barns to be printed on notepaper by Queen City Printers in Burlington, using a stochastic technique for quality reproduction.

“These aging matriarchs and patriarchs sheltered and nourished us, and their dignity in the face of their diminished value is something I want to honor,” she said of the structures.

Milillo is one of 10 women known as the Women’s Art Collective in North Chittenden. Members recently mounted a show in the Chaffee Art Center Annex in downtown Rutland. Last summer, Milillo sold 14 paintings at the Brandon Artists Guild show, and has shown at the Edgewater Gallery (formerly Frog Hollow) in Middlebury and the Left Bank Home and Garden Shop in Burlington.

published by
The Rutland Business Journal, June 2013

 

 

summer sketch

Spring and early summer have been a time of new studies and work on commissioned projects. After spending a week at Lake George by myself to paint, I have one new sketch I am particularly happy with and many more paintings in the process.

I have plans for a show in April 2014, which I’ll post more information about soon. I’ll be working through the year on a body of work and hope to feel like I’ve produced some paintings that express my love of color and light, planes and edges, soft and hard lines, and unusual compositions.

‘Surfaces’ is a small painting, 8×10 oil on canvas, painted around 7 am on an early June morning.

Open Studio Weekend 2013

Showing for the fourth year
Memorial Day weekend, May 25 and 26

The Grange Hall
3 Middle Road
North Chittenden, Vermont

Six artists displayed our work in a remarkable old building.
We had many visitors this year, despite the cold, rain, snow
and wind all over the state — thank you so much for braving the
elements to visit us!

Look for us in the Vermont Crafts Council’s website: vermontcrafts.com 

 

 

the art of practice

As a member of the North Chittenden Women’s Art Collective,
I am delighted that we are showing the work of all ten
talented artists at the new downtown location of the
Chaffee Art Center.

March 29-April 27
Chaffee Art Center’s downtown location,
75 Merchants Row, Rutland, Vermont
802 775 0356
Gallery hours:
Tuesday through Thursday, 11 to 6 pm
Friday -Saturday, 11 to 7 pm

Please join me at the opening reception
Friday, March 29
5-8 pm

For me, the art of practice involves quick sketches before
I begin to paint a large oil painting. These studies often
begin as thumbnail charcoal value studies, colored
pencil sketches or quick small oil paintings, and
sometimes as fully realized preliminary paintings.
In addition, I continue to study subjects that
fill space in a beautiful way (paraphrasing Arthur Dow),
returning with ‘new mind’ to the same mountain view
or arrestingly spare arrangement of doors and windows
in a Vermont barn.

5×7 oil on board study for Homeward Bound

The North Chittenden Women’s Art Collective is comprised of:

Bonnie Baird
Althea Bilodeau
Marion Campbell
Gabrielle McDermit
Julie Kuhn Fredette
M. Elizabeth H. Holland
Kathryn Milillo
Jane Munroe
Jeannie Podolak
Elizabeth Sojourner

 

vermontscapes show

Please join me for an opening reception
Friday, March 1, 5-7 pm
at the Brandon Artists Guild
7 Center Street
Brandon, Vermont
802-247-4956

VermontScapes is a member’s show of fine
and mixed media art with an emphasis on
Vermont landscapes.

The show runs
March 1 to April 30.

VPR mug available in february 2013!

Vermont Public Radio has asked me to design a mug
for the upcoming winter fundraising drive – and here it is!

‘Give Me Love’

Painted exclusively for Vermont Public Radio
for their February 2013 fundraising drive,
the Bosc, Bartlett and Bradley pears were set
on my winter windowsill in the setting sun.
Each pear expressed its own individuality and yet
the reflected light from one pear onto another confirmed for
me that they were all part of something much larger.

Vermonters have a way of creating
meaningful communities and I saw these
funny little pears responding to each other
in ways that reminded me of the people that
inhabit this remarkably tolerant state.

As I thought about a name for this painting,
I remembered the George Harrison song from his
album ‘Living in the Material World’

Give me love, give me love, give me peace on earth
Give me light, give me life, keep me free from birth
Give me hope, help me cope with this heavy load
Trying to touch and reach you with heart and soul.

Please support public radio — and enjoy your morning
coffee or tea in a new mug!

 

Left Bank opening reception Dec 7

please join us for an opening reception
Friday Dec. 7, 6 – 8 pm
Left Bank Home and Garden
127 Bank Street
Burlington, Vermont
802 862 1001

Barns and Landscapes

Nov 1 – Jan 31

The Left Bank Home and Garden offers a unique
collection of furniture, accessories, lighting and art,
along with an eclectic array of vintage pieces and
garden items.

http://www.leftbankhome.com

http://facebook.com/pages/Left-Bank-Home-Garden/115604145165631

small works show

Please join me
November 10
5-7 pm
Edgewater Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont

Featuring work from over 20 gallery artists
and catering from Otter Creek Bakery.
Come enjoy a glass of wine and a cupcake
to celebrate their third birthday and their
wonderful artists.

Sweet Life

September 4  through November 1, 2012

A new show along with two wonderful artists at

Edgewater Gallery
One Mill Street
Middlebury, VT 05753
802 458 0098

From the Edgewater Gallery postcard:

“As summer stretches the last of its legs, Edgewater turns its focus to the warmth of home andinteriors. While golden sunbeams shear across windows and shadows play tricks on on the eyes, artists Cynthia Kirkwood, Kathr yn Milillo, and Jan V. Roy investigate the quiet moments, exploring the curiosity of color, shape, and light that bring beauty and joy to life.”

front images, l-r: Kathryn Milillo, ‘limoncello,’ Cynthia Kirkwood, ‘Three Yellow Zinnias,’ Jan V. Roy, ‘From the Meadow’

 

art show review

My first review!

“…Milillo begins her art with word thoughts — for example, ‘happiness,’ ‘gratitude,’ and ‘refuge,’ to bring emotional power to her oil paintings. Her barnscapes and landscapes have a simple serene beauty, achieved by skilled composition and muted colors, soft edges and a slow building up of paint. Her barn and house images have a solid, ‘forever,’ robust quality — total clarity, but as seen through a slightly dense atmosphere, bringing an idyllic resonance to the scenes.”

Now in Vermont Life’s 2012 holiday artisan catalog

Framed prints of two of my paintings are available in the fall issue of Vermont Life Holiday 2012 – 2013 catalog.

Mother and Child Reunion is available, matted and framed in a brushed gold metal frame, 11×14. Also available unframed but matted, 11×14

Morning Glory is available, matted in an 8×8 glass clip frame.

Click here to view Mother and Child Reunion

Click here to view Morning Glory

both paintings are also available as notecards

Click here to see notecard information

 

Double Vision

The Brandon Artists Guild
7 Center Street
(downtown Brandon, Vermont)
Now extended through Labor Day!
July 4 – September 3, 2012

Kathryn Milillo
and
Susan Shannon

Brandon Artists Guild
802 247 4956
Open Daily 10 – 5
brandonartistsguild.org

Click here to download postcard.

Thank you to everyone who attended
the reception Friday, July 6!

White on White with Touches of Color

The Jackson Gallery
at the Middlebury
Town Hall Theater
Now extended an extra week:
June 29 – August 20

July 13 Opening Reception
5 to 7 pm
gallery talk from
7 to 8 pm

Featuring six women artists from the
North Chittenden Women’s Art Collective:

Click here to download postcard.