Our 1st walk in 2017, and today was a beautiful day. Sunny, not too cold, so glad we went. Walking, talking, and thinking about things. It’s all good. Continue reading
Arabella Gallery & Gifts is located at 65 Main Street in historic Windsor, VT, and is our closest affiliation! Even before Creative Woodworking was “official” we wondered about gallery connections, combined with events, how it would all work. Dianne and David at Arabella were always helpful and encouraging. Thank you both!
Meet Arabella – Art Gallery and Artisan Created Gifts
- Dianne offers her own Divella Designs along with other very talented local designers, each with a unique style.
Pottery and Glass Works
- Shown pieces by Lisa Yaffee.
From seasoned artists to new comers. Dianne chooses the best variety so that you have a wonderful selection to browse and enjoy. If you see something you can’t live without, purchase it, right off the wall. Shown here are only 2 of the many many available, from oils, watercolors, pastels to prints, even calligraphy.
- Cindy Griffith – Hunger Mountain ArtsThis stunning painting has been chosen to be featured in a film written and directed by Theresa Rebeck. Congratulations Cindy! Look for it in Trouble. AND look for the original, available for sale at Arabella Gallery.
Paradise Park that is…
Our pretty little town has a beautiful park, great trails and along with Lake Runnemede, you really can’t go wrong. We are so fortunate, and if you are a local, you already know this!We are happy to share our experience with you on this beautiful day. Heading down Juniper Hill Road, the newly purchased and renovated Windsor Manson Inn entrance is looking great. They’ve cleared enough so you can easily see the Inn from the road and this change (in our opinion) makes an inviting impression. Do you agree? Wishing them the best and much success!Delaney, as we work our way down the “killer hill” part of Juniper Hill. Our mission today is to view lake side, grab a special pic, then on to Meadow Loop before heading up to the shelter.
Entering at Lower Juniper – very pretty – hoping there is a bridge coming up soon. Continue reading