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Gallery Art

Current Exhibit

July 2023: Lonny Jarrett

Barn Dreams: Waking Light

Artist Statement: I started my journey in photography as an Electronmicroscopist. Now, I endeavor to find the light coming through everything capturing the beauty of the Berkshires both real and imagined., 413-298-4221.

Previous Exhibits

June 2023: Carolyn Newberger

Carolyn Newberger rediscovered her love of art after an academic career in psychology at Harvard Medical School. Her artwork has won many awards, including from Watercolor Magazine, the Danforth Museum, the Cambridge Art Association and the New England Watercolor Society, has been exhibited widely, and is included in collections across the country.

Watercolor painting, mixed media and collage, and a practice of drawing from life from the body of Carolyn Newberger’s work, with an emphasis on human connections, and experience in the natural world. Whether working in the studio, the performance hall, or deep in the forest, she conveys the spark, rhythm, complexity, and flow of the human and natural world.

A writer as well as an artist, many of her drawings and paintings accompany music and dance reviews, as well as essays about life and nature, in “The Berkshire Edge,” a publication of news, arts , and ideas in Western Massachusetts.

May 2023: Jim McNamara

Artist Statement: My drawings and illustrations for this exhibit represent possible and impossible moments of reality. All works were created between March of 2022 and April 2023.

About Jim McNamara: Retired Multi Media/Dot Com Executive and Educator

BS in Film/Television (Fine Arts minor) Emerson College

MSE The City College of New York (Master’s in Special Education)

April 2023: Vlada Rousseff

Vlada Rousseff, originally from Fish Creek, Wisconsin, moved to New York City where she studied acting, voice, dance and worked Off Broadway. In New York and after moving to Stockbridge she designed soft sculpture, clothing and accessories. She owned and operated Vlada Boutique in Stockbridge for many years.

These paintings are made with watercolor, gouache, graphite, and pastel on paper.

For more information about the lobby gallery and displaying artwork, please contact Terry Wise at

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