Arranged alphabetically by artist.  Please click on image to enlarge.

Alexandra Ambros, quilt, 90" x 90", 2013, $750, please contact artist about this piece and  other work.

Rita Boynton, Button Jars, fabric, 20" x 23", 2013,  $30

RitaNFSynton, Sunrise, fabric, 11" x 12", 2013,  $15

Rita Boynton, Vermont Nights, fabric, 17" x 17", 2011,  NFS

Rita Boynton, Hills of Vermont, 10" x 11" each, 2011, NFS 

Gloria Brancaleoni, Baroque Abstract, acrylic on canvas board, 11" x 17", 2011,  $100

Gloria Brancaleoni, Night Landscape, Oil on canvas board, 16" x 20",  $100 

Gloria Brancaleoni, At the Movies, Oil on canvas board, 18" x 20",  $100 

Cathy Cone, Dock, Monoprint, 22" x 28", offered by Chuck Fenton, proceeds donated to the Hartland Public Library   $100

Charlet Davenport, Nest of Sugar Sweet Hearts, outside view, ceramic with opaque glaze and lustre gold
"Please open this nest of valentine hearts to find the small gold heart within.  This piece began with cynicism towards the sticky sweet symbol that the heart as a valentine shape has become.  It ended up as a playful multiple vessel form with a small gold heart at it's center.  I've realized that I actually like pink Necco wafers, and also valentines."
Charlet Davenport, Nest of Sugar Sweet Hearts, inside view, ceramic with opaque glaze and lustre gold
"The containers may be nested together and looked inside by viewers if they wish."

Herb Ferris, the Duchess of Oldenberg looks out the entry window for visitors, Wood, steel, stone, For sale, please contact the artist for more information

First Universalist Society of Hartland Religious Education Program, Colors of the Sea, Clockwise from top left:  Lillian, Eve, Remy, Ethan, Gabe, Jack, Brianna, and Will, Acrylic on canvas paper, mounted on fabric, 26" x 42", 2013,  $20

John Ganson, Cemetery on Weed Road, Black and White photograph, 17" x 28", donated to the library, frame made by Les Motschman, NFS 

Rene Gerrier, Spin Cycle, Acrylic on canvas, 16" x 20", $25, please contact Whit Mowry

Dean Greenberg, Leopard, 8" x 10" black and white photograph, 1971, NFS

Dean Greenberg, Grevy's Zebra, 8" x 10" black and white photograph, 1968, NFS

Charles C. Gruppe, Lighthouse, 24" x 36", Oil on masonite, purchased by Whit Mowry from the North Shore Arts Association, in Gloucester, MA.  Charles is the nephew of sculptor Karl Gruppe (1893-1982),  and painter Emile Gruppe (1896-1978), a portion of the sale will be donated to the library,  $450

Elaine Hart, What Goes Up Must Come Down, Bargello pattern quilt, fabric, 65" x 95", 2011, previously shown at Billings Museum, for sale, please contact artist for more information

Hartland Elementary School 5'th grade art class project Henna Hands
Assembled view
Henna Hands, upper left group
Henna Hands, upper right group
Henna Hands, lower left group
Henna Hands, lower right group

Hartland Elementary School Grades 2 through 6 artists

Alex G, grade 4, (Untitled), watercolor, 16" x 20", 2013

Andrew F, Night in the Desert,  grade 3, Hand colored paper collage, 6" x 6", 2013

Carrie, grade 6, Hand colored paper collage, 5" x 6", 2013

Clare, NYC, grade 3, Hand colored paper collage, 6" x 6", 2013
Cody C, grade 4,  Snail, Tempura, 16" x 20",

Maple O, grade 3, (Untitled), watercolor on paper, 12" x 16", 2013

Molly B, The World Before MeHand colored paper collage, 6" x 7", 2013

Rory S, grade 3, (Untitled), watercolor, 12" x 16", 2013

Ruby D, grade 3, watercolor, 12" x 16", 2013

Sydney R, The Turkey Mountains, grade 3, Hand colored paper collage, 6" x 6", 2013

Whitney L, grade 4, watercolor, 12" x 18", 2013

Hartland Library Afterschool kids, Infinity, a curving road drawn with markers and installed overhead at the entry, 2013

Christine Hauck, Krista, Plastilina modeling clay, 9" x 10" x 6", 2013  NFS

Christine Hauck, Shelby, Water based clay relief, 8" x 11" x 2", 2013   NFS

Christine Hauck, Digital photos of Dale Chihuly exhibit, 2012
"These photos are of a Dale Chihuly exhibit at the Boston Museum of Fine Art.  His work included hand blown glass bowls that were copied after woven reed baskets, sculptures assembled from many parts, a glass ceiling that was layered on top with many glass shapes and colors, and chandeliers.  I wanted to use a digital display instead of printing out the photos, so that the colors would shine through better, like  the original glass displays."

Christine Hauck, Windy Day at Todd's Point, Oil and oil pastel on canvas, 20" x 24", 2013,   $950

Christine Hauck, Sunflower Patch, Mixed media on canvas, 24" x 20", 2013,  $950

Christine Hauck, Wildflower Medley, 8" x 16", Oil on canvas,  $450

Judith Howland, Roxie's Quilt, fabric, 34" x 34", 2013, In memory of Roxy,  NFS
"Roxie's quilt was made to honor the memory of my friend, Roxann Chamberlin.  The scenes on the quilt represent some of the patterns of Roxie's life.  She lived from February 15, 1940, until September 20, 2013.
-The center square is a 4-H clover.  4-H was an important part of Roxie's professional career.  She served as a 4-H coordinator in both Vermont and New Hampshire.
-Top right is a skier, done in dark green fabric with gold hearts.  Roxie was a member of the UVM women's ski team.  UVM's colors are green and gold.  The gold hearts are to commemorate Roxie's birthday, which came the day after Valentine's day.
-Center right is an outline of New Hampshire.  Roxie worked in the UNH Extension offices of both Grafton and Coos County.  She hiked, skied, and kayaked in the mountains and lakes of northern New Hampshire.
-Bottom right shows a John Deere tractor on a pink background, surrounded by a circle of green tractors.  This represents the notion that "Girls can farm".  At one point in her working life Roxie had a small herd of Jersey cows.
-Bottom center has a small map of South America, with a gold star next to the country of Ecuador.  Roxie spent two years as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador, a venture for which she had to learn Spanish.  The letters for Peace Corps are in blue, with stars and comets, which indicates "reaching for the stars".
-Bottom left is a brown Jersey cow, cows always held a special place in Roxie's heart.  (Although this homemade cow may look more like a cross between a moose and an aardvark,)
-Middle left is an outline of Vermont.  Roxie was a true Orange County girl, born in Randolph where her parents were working at "The Aggie School"-  now Vermont Technical College, raised in Fairlee, and graduated from Bradford Academy.  Roxie earned a BS in Agriculture and later her Master's degree from the University of -Vermont in Burlington, and worked as a 4-H agent in Orleans County.
-Upper left is a mug of coffee in the UVM colors of green and gold.  Roxie loved her coffee!  And she drank it black!
-The final square shows butterflies flying up to the sky.  For twenty five years, Roxie's body was imprisoned by the effects of Multiple Sclerosis.  Now she has metamorphosed into a new form, like butterflies do, and she is free to fly."

Lydia Johnson, Dance of the Shells, Oil and Acrylic on Canvas, 13" x 16", 2013, NFS

Margaret Kannenstine, Fall Yellow, Acrylic on paper, $1800

Karl Kemnitzer, Winter Barnyard in Full Moon,  color photo, 8.5" x 11", 2012,  NFS
"I like this photo a lot, but it is not an easy one to view.  It definitely challenges the idea of color, you have to look at it for a while to see it."

Karl Kemnitzer,  My Firewood Pile, color photograph, 8.5" x 11", 2012, NFS

Karl Kemnitzer, Migration, sculpture using fabric, cradle (made in 1979), threshed barley seed heads, peeled sticks, weathered beech leaves, string, 3' x 6' x 16', 2013,  NFS
Dedicated to those who are no longer with us.
Karl Kemnitzer, Migration, upper half, (see above for description)

Kerry Kemnitzer, Inside Out Segmented Vase, 3.25" diameter x 11" high, 2013, NFS

Kerry Kemnitzer, Turned Bowl, Native Cherry wood, 6" dia. x 2" h, 2013,  NFS

Kerry Kemnitzer, Vase with Captive Rings and Cover, Spalted Maple, 2.5" dia. X 6" h, 2012, NFS

Carol Kiefer, Woman in Green Suit with Cat, Gouache, 18" x 22", offered by Chuck Fenton, proceeds donated to the Hartland Public Library  $100

Carla Kimball, Bark Abstract #1, 2, 3, Triptych, photographs on aluminum plate, satin finish, 10" x 20" each, 2013,  $225 single, $400 for two, $600 for set

Bess Klassen-Landis, Poised Peaches and Pears,  watercolor, 18" x 24", 1995, NFS

Bess Klassen-Landis, Sleepless Night, ink wash on paper, 16" x 20", 1978, NFS

Marv Klassen-Landis, Shadow Stairs, photographs, 16" x 20", 2004, NFS

Barbara Lane, Tea for You and Me, Stoneware clay, 4.5" x 3" each, 2013.  $50 for pair

Audrey Lee, United by Imagination, Pencil on paper, 8.5" x 11", 2013,  NFS

Stephen Leslie, Buggy Horses, Ink and color pencil on rag paper, 
8" x 16", 2013

Stephen Leslie, Young Man and Haflingers Harrowing, Ink and color pencil on rag paper, 2013

Stephen Leslie, Plowing with Suffolks, ink and color pencil on rag paper, 8" x 11", 2013

Derek Levin, Bits and Pieces, Polished stone necklace, 5" x 5", 2013, $385

Derek Levin, Rain Forest Poppy, Polished stone necklace, 5" x 7", 2013, $435

Derek Levin, Waterfall, Polished stone necklace, 6" x 8", 2013,  $950

Derek Levin, Island in an Olden Sea, Polished stone scene, 8" x 4" x 3", 2013, $3500

Jann Loeffel, Dark Knight (2" x 4"), and Whimsical World (5" x 7"), Metal and glass, "These pieces are inspired by the Game of Thrones Series."  For sale, please contact artist for more information.

Colleen Lyman, Fall Flower Arrangement, Silk flowers and Vase, 11" x 13" x 25", 2013, $30

Colleen Lyman, Flower arrangement with Tan Vase, Silk Flowers and Vase, 10" x 10" x 25", 2013, $25

Colleen Lyman, Flower arrangement with Cat tails, Silk Flowers, 13" x 14" x 25", 2013, $30

Jay Mead, Yellow Burst, Old maps, acrylic, and leaves on plexiglass, 5" x 30", 2010,  $200

Jay Mead, In the Blood Red Sea, Old maps, acrylic, and leaves on plexiglass, 5" x 10", 2013,   $200

Jay Mead, The Red Line, Old maps, acrylic, and leaves on plexiglass, 5" x 30", 2013, $200

Gloria King Merritt, Fiddleheads, Acrylic on canvas, 38" x 38", For sale, please contact artist for more information.

Gary Milek, Digitalis, print, offered by Chuck Fenton, proceeds donated to the Hartland Public Library   $100

Murray Ngoima, Foliage, Plant material and acrylic, 11" x 14", 2010-2013,  For sale, please contact artist.

Murray Ngoima, Garden, Brush and Ink, 11" x 14", 2011,  For sale, please contact artist.

Abraham Oort and Robert Raphael (Professional painter, Princeton, NJ), Symphony in Green, Yellow, Blue, Acrylic house paint on canvas, 60"x 62", 2013, NFS.  "This abstract painting was made on a cloudy, windy day on the porch of Raphael's home.  During the student-teacher process using a 6 inch wide brush, little sticks and leaves fell off the surrounding trees and landed on our painting, at times insects also became stuck.  We could not remove them all and decided to keep them as part of the creative process.  Many layers of paint and different techniques of distributing the paint were used.   It helped to create a pattern resembling how Vermont could look viewed from space, with it's trees, rivers, lakes, roads, and human settlements illuminated by the sun or moon."

Abraham Oort, Symphony in Orange, Red and Violet, Acrylic house paint on canvas, 62" x 60", 2013,  NFS.  "This abstract painting was prepared in my studio in Hartland in a somewhat similar way as the Symphony in Green, Yellow and Blue.  However the emotional character is quite different because of the choice of stronger, more explosive, fiery colors. The resulting pattern can sometimes be seen in the fall leaves of Vermont."

Abraham Oort and Robert Raphael (Painter, Princeton, NJ), Abstract Painting of Sea-Land-Skyscape, Acrylic paint on paper, 24" x 18", 2011, NFS.   "This painting was made in the studio of Raphael in Princeton, NJ.  It shows the scene of an idyllic visit to the Atlantic Ocean along the coast of New Jersey on a perfect sunny day.  Sunlight shines on the clouds and ocean with red flowers bordering the coast."

Nada Pierce, Dewy Spider Web, 8" x 10" photograph, 2013, $60

Katie Rawson, I Love Sunflowers (1 of 3), pencil rubbing on paper, 8" x 10", 2013
Katie Rawson, I Love Sunflowers (2 of 3), pencil rubbing on paper, 8" x 10", 2013
Katie Rawson, I Love Sunflowers (3 of 3), pencil rubbing on paper, 8" x 10", 2013

Rae Richards, Orange and Red on Blue, acrylic on canvas, 18" x 21", 1999, $350
Rae Richards, Persimmon, acrylic on canvas, 15" x 18", 1999, $225

Elaine Smith, Seagulls, Oil on Canvas, 16" x 20", please contact artist for more information.   "The gulls were painted in an oil painting class in White River Junction in 1983."

Elaine Smith, Black Duck, wood carving, 8" x 19" x 6", please contact artist for more information.  "The black duck was carved in a class given by Augie Dwork at the River Technical College in Claremont, and attended by my friend Lori Hampton and I  in 1983.

Gary Trachier, Four photos on the theme of water, 13" x 19", 2013,   $35 each

Ric Wenger, The Faces of Betty Crocker, acrylic on canvas, 34" x 34", $350,  please contact Katie Rawson