The bar features mixed media gelatin capsules by Alan Alejo
The website does not do these pieces justice, definitely come check them out in person while they are here.
Robinson is showing her photography in the greenhouse
"Sarah Robinson views art as a process of rendering the unseen visible and the unheard audible. The art experience for the artist and the viewer can, at its best, enable the Touching of that juncture between the culturally conditioned quotidian and our inner spirits, and, thereby opening the doorway between the everyday and the universal in our lives. As an artist, Ms. Robinson finds this process deeply moving and motivating.
Robinson was born in
Ms. Robinson’s Photography covers a wide range. Her landscapes are characterized by the openness of sky and the use of line. Her portraits are candid and have a sense of spontaneity. Her nature work has a keen eye for design in detail, as well as enigma. Her paintings and charcoal, pencil, and pastel are full of emotion at the same time that they attend to the details of nature, light, and (often the human) form. Ms. Robinson looks forward to sharing her new creations with the public in the coming years."
The dining room features photography by Christopher Lisle "This series of photographs was inspired bu the diversity of the Vermont landscape and challenging preconceived notions of aesthetics. It is the duality of modern landscape as man interacts with nature often dismissed as mundane, that jumps out at me in its irony. I use the camera frame to abstract the natural world as it interacts with man made objects from their reality gives a new interpretation on the seemingly insignificant."