Visit Vermont's most dynamic gallery for the exhibition of the finest landscape painters in New England. Jeffersonville,Vermont has been an inspirational home to American landscape painters for over 100 years. Generations of artists have found their way to this mountain community, and continue to paint here to this day.
Since 1984, The Bryan Memorial Gallery has exhibited the artists inspired by the landscape that rewards its visitors in every season.
In February and March our Cabin Fever Series returns! This is a slate of Workshops and Demonstrations in our back gallery. There are 11 workshops, demonstrations and films to help you escape the long winter days and learn something new.Click for more news!
We have released a call to artists for our upcoming "Traveling Artists" show. You can find all the details and submit your work on our Call To Artists page.Click for more news!
Bryan Memorial Gallery has been invited by the Lamoille County Courthouse to install artwork in its stately corridors in one of the of the recent Courthouse renovation. This current exhibit of Vermont Landscapes at the Lamoille County Courthouse features 38 paintings by 20 artists who paint in Vermont. Click for more news!
We are now on our winter schedule. February 3rd is the day we re-open, with hours on Friday - Sunday from 11 - 4. You can visit the gallery at other times by appointment. Call ahead to schedule.Click for more news!
Living Legacy 2017 encompasses those living artists in our Legacy Collection from 2016. These are the top selling artists for all of our 2015 exhibits, invited to show in our Legacy Gallery last year. Work by these 22 artists has been moved to the East Gallery, and refreshed with new pieces for this exhibit. This may be your last chance to see these works by Joe McGurl, William Hoyt, Eric Tobin, Julie Y Baker Albright and many others.
In our Middle Room gallery we present the Legends of Legacy. Those artists that have since passed on who's work represents the best of New England Landscape painters. This includes not only Alden and Mary Bryan, but such notables as Done Stone, Bob Duffy, Aldro Hibbard, Emile Gruppe and many others. This year we will be featuring of the work of Thomas Curtin, with paintings never before shown at the Bryan Gallery.
The Cabin Fever Series returns! We are once again using our West Gallery space for a series of workshops, demonstrations and other events. Notable area artists will be performing demonstrations and conducting workshops throughout February and March. We will feature the work of the artists who are participating in this series on the available wall space. Come for the demonstrations, attend a workshop, or just visit the gallery to see the great work of these artists.
NEW! Courthouse Gallery
The Lamoille Superior Court in Hyde Park Vermont has invited Bryan Memorial Gallery to showcase Vermont landscape paintings in their newly renovated building. 20 Artists have been chosen to hang their work in the lower and uppper hallways, and the Jury Room on the lower level. These works are for sale through Bryan Memorial Gallery. The courthouse is located at 154 Main Street in Hyde Park. Visit the "Courthouse Gallery" here. photo by Carolyn Bates
Workshops & Demonstrations
Join us in February and March for The Cabin Fever Series: workshops, lectures, films and demonstrations. Demonstrations and lectures are free and you can find our schedule of workshops posted to our workshops page.
Works of art by our artist teachers and demonstrators will be hung on the available wall space during this time. Come in and check out the work in the Pop-Up Gallery.
The first two workshops are posted below. Visit the workshops page for a full listing.
Membership & Donations
The gallery relies on the support of its members to bring you all the shows and events we offer each year. Consider becoming a member or donate to the gallery to support our efforts.