On Friday, June 3, the Vermont Natural Resources Council will make its debut appearance on Montpelier Art Walk with an avian-inspired exhibit from local artist Linda Mirabile. Painted in acrylic on both paper and wood panels, Linda’s larger-than-life portraits capture both the natural beauty and personality of some of our state’s unique bird species. A resident of Berlin, Linda also runs RavenMark, a graphic design studio that primarily works with nonprofit organizations and environmental groups. And if you’ve sat in traffic recently, you may already be familiar with her work: Linda’s depictions of the white-tailed deer and common loon are featured on Vermont’s conservation license plates.
We look forward to opening our doors to supporters, partners, and members of the general public as we celebrate a local artist whose work complements our mission to protect and enhance our natural environments and wildlife, vibrant communities, productive working landscapes, rural character, and unique sense of place. We also owe Linda a special debt of gratitude for her sage advice and guidance in setting up our office as a venue for future exhibits, allowing us to showcase the great talent and creativity of Vermont’s many wonderful artists for years to come.
Doors will be open to the public from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Visitors will be required to wear masks while indoors. Refreshments will be available while supplies last.
Linda Mirabile’s exhibit will be on display through June 30th. Please see our public calendar for regular visiting hours, and check back for news about upcoming exhibits. Learn more about the other artists and venues by viewing the complete guide to Friday’s showings.
Click here to find out more about Montpelier Art Walk: https://www.montpelieralive.com/artwalk