What is this Project All About?


A group of professional artists has decided to share some of their artworks with non-profit organizations that are doing good work in their home state of Vermont and beyond its borders. They donate these artworks to shelters, environmental organizations, educational institutions, and many other kinds of non-profits. We call this project EMBRACING ART because we want other people doing important work to embrace the value of art and the contribution it can make to the environment in which they work, and also because we seek to reach out and support / embrace the endeavors of others who are doing significant work that serves the public good.
To find artists whose work is available, read the Frequently Asked Questions in the righthand column and then scroll down and click on an artist to see their available work.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Ann Young

About the Artist: Ann Young has been painting in Barton since 2001. Her paintings have been featured in solo and group exhibitions in cultural centers and galleries, including the Soho20 Gallery in New York City; the Fleming Museum in Burlington; the AVA Art Center in Lebanon; the White Water Gallery in East Hardwick; and Woodsum Gallery in Warner, NH. She received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. For more information about the artist see her website at www.annyoungart.com and blog http://annyoungart.blogspot.com.


These landscapes represent an interest in the ever changing scenery found here and at some of the other places I have traveled to.
Title: October Snow - Potato Field
Size: 30x27" 
Medium: oil on canvas
Date of creation: 2006
—this work has been taken---
Title: October Snow - Fence Line
Size: 30x27" 
Medium: oil on canvas
Date of creation: 2006
Value: $1900

Title: Palmetto 
Size: 24x27"
Medium: oil on canvas
Date of creation: 2010
Value: $1500