Nola Parker: Holding Space . April 1-30, 2023
Landscapes on panel, this show reflects the physical world that holds us. However, it also reflects and honors our inner worlds. Parker’s series The Neighborhood depicts the manmade safety of our lives. Her series The Wild depicts the mystery of the undomesticated. The Garden depicts the line in-between, the human success and failure in attempting to control the natural.
Nola Parker is a self-taught landscape painter that lives and works in central Vermont.
Established in 1980 and located in a 120 year old historic house, the Wally Workman Gallery specializes in emerging and collected talent. Known for encouraging their artists' professional and creative growth, the gallery has advanced local artists onto the national stage for decades. It is the combination of these long-standing relationships and the potential of new partnerships that make the gallery's program dynamic and accessible. The gallery has two stories of exhibition space where one can view the 50+ artists currently represented, including the contemporary talents of Sarah Ferguson, Joyce Howell and Will Klemm as well as the figurative work of Patrick Puckett and America Martin.
Parking is available in the lot behind the gallery, accessed from the alley off Blanco and Harthan Streets. There you will find three dedicated spots as well as other parking options. Unrestricted street parking is available on Blanco St. and parking is allowed after 7pm on Harthan St.