February’s artist of the month
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“Her” by Kevin Burke
“Her” by Kevin Burke
WARDSBORO- Kevin Burke is the artist of the month and will be featured at the Wardsboro Public Library during February and March.

Burke works in drawing, sculpture, and electronic arts. His works are inspired by the landscape of Vermont and of the human form. There are many layers and facets in both the drawing and the sculpture. The electronic media comprises of graphic design, photography, video, and sound recording. Recent projects include graphic designs for Vermont Skateboards and photography while traveling to China with the Journey East program at Leland & Gray.

Vermont has always been a home for Burke. He began to visit his grandparents in South Wardsboro when he was little. As the years went by, the Vermont lifestyle became a part of him, from making maple syrup to logging and cutting firewood. Even after traveling the world, this area has kept a hold on him, and this is reflected in his work.

Over the years he has shown his works in many galleries around the world including England, New York, Keene, NH, Boston, and Wardsboro.

To view his works visit www.pawblo.comas well as at the Wardsboro Library at 170 Main Street. For more information visit www.wardsborolibrary.org or call (802) 896-6988.
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