Local gallery expands
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“Windicator,” Pam Murphy, oil on canvas, 55”x35”
“Windicator,” Pam Murphy, oil on canvas, 55”x35”
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WILMINGTON- Gallery Wright, Wilmington’s signature gallery for New England fine art, is expanding into three new locations. After 11 years at 7 North Main Street, Gallery Wright is moving its primary gallery into a larger more expansive space. Formerly the home of Snow Mountain Jewelry, this new space is located on the western edge of Wilmington village. Gallery Wright can be found in the charming yellow building next door to The Vermont Bowl Company and John McLeod LTD. This move places Gallery Wright out of the flood plain and harm’s way, as well as, allowing for many new exciting opportunities.

The second location is a new satellite space located at the impressive Hermitage Club at Haystack Mountain. Gallery Wright is thrilled to be a part of this extraordinary endeavor. Don’t miss the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of this impressive new adventure being brought to the Green Mountains of southern Vermont. While contemplating a membership, relax in the wonderful airy space of the membership center currently accented with paintings by two of Gallery Wright’s beloved artists, Andy Newman and Ken Dorros. These paintings of rural landscapes and barns would make wonderful additions to your new Haystack home. Visit www.haystackclub.com for more information.

The third is also a new satellite space which is located at the majestic White House Inn, 178 Route 9 East, in Wilmington. Under the direction of head chef Aaron Mitchell-Patrick and Kat Matos, the farm-to-table dining experience at the White House Inn is extraordinary. Matos and Mitchell-Patrick are the perfect hosts for this stunning 1915 Victorian mansion on the hill. While staying and dining at the White House Inn, enjoy artist Pam Murphy’s provocative and elegant paintings which now grace this stately inn. Visit www.whitehouseinn.com for more information.

Gallery Wright, under the direction of Mary Therese Wright, has long been a destination for artists and art lovers near and far. Wright’s keen eye for exceptionally crafted fine art has earned the gallery its well deserved reputation as a must see for collectors of new, emerging, and established New England artists. As gallery director, a state of Vermont teaching artist, printmaker, and creative community organizer, Wright is launching exciting new creative opportunities in her new spaces. Moving the fine art space is only the first step in this intriguing new venture.

To stay connected to the amazing happenings of this gallery register at www.gallerywright.com for email newsletter updates and follow them on their blog at gallerywright.blogspot.com

The new Gallery Wright space will be open for business at 103 West Main starting February 2, Thursdays through Mondays 11 am to 6 pm. Until then, find Gallery Wright at 7 North Main, Friday through Monday from 11 am to 6 pm, and reached by phone at (802) 464-9922.
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January 24, 2013
The article is unclear. is Gallery Wright moving its operations out of the downtown? If so, what plans, if any, are there for its soon to be empty downtown space?