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Re: “Burlington Mural Tour: Art Appreciation — for Free! — in the Queen City

I love this story. I have photographed several murals around Pine St and Main and then south and over to Flynn
I do not know how to post photos???

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Posted by Carolyn Bates on 04/22/2018 at 2:24 PM

Re: “Stephanie Zuppo Launches DIY Print Studio

The art in the foreground of the first picture is a piece by Jesse DuRona. I just wanted to make sure the artist receives proper credit.

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Posted by Mrs.D on 03/22/2018 at 5:37 AM

Re: “Stolen Sculpture Makes Triumphant Return in Richmond

Public art like this improves a community, more art like this please.

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Posted by J.r. Bomber on 02/22/2018 at 12:09 PM

Re: “The Art of the Mooch

The potential for harm in relationships involving dependency explains why we have a need to help others in order to heal -- it redeems us.
Check out the lyrics of Anne Murrays You Needed Me:

I cried a tear, you wiped it dry
I was confused, you cleared my mind
I sold my soul, you bought it back for me
And held me up and gave me dignity
Somehow you needed me
You gave me strength to stand alone again
To face the world out on my own again
You put me high upon a pedestal
So high that I could almost see eternity
You needed me, you needed me
And I can't believe it's you
I can't believe it's true
I needed you and you were there
And I'll never leave, why should I leave?
I'd be a fool 'cause I finally found someone who really cares
You held my hand when it was cold
When I was lost you took me home
You gave me hope when I was at the end
And turned my lies back into truth again
You even called me "friend"
You gave me strength to stand alone again
To face the world out on my own again
You put me high upon a pedestal
So high that I could almost see eternity
You needed me, you needed me
You needed me, you needed me

Posted by George Kafantaris on 02/08/2018 at 3:52 AM

Re: “A New Photography Zine Explores Concepts of Home

So glad to see Mary's work reviewed! Watching some of the work take shape through her instagram posts has been really fascinating.

Posted by Laura Hale on 01/10/2018 at 2:08 PM

Re: “How Three Photographers View a Changing Vermont

I've much enjoyed the work of all three photographers. I'm not sure how Peter Miller's "Vermont Farm Women" escaped mention here as its images and the lives depicted are a rare and beautiful appreciation of those Vermont women who have held up half of our farm sky.

I was moved by Peter Miller's VTDigger commentaries as well; they have remained in my thoughts and won't leave. Vanishing Vermonters - joining what I fear to be a vanishing Vermont. The generations who can carry this heritage forward are hard at work here right now, but like their predecessors they are usually found where they work and live and they aren't easily visible. I hope today's citified and suburban as well as countrified Vermonters know how important their more rural counterparts are to our days ahead. What is old will be new...and more important than ever.

These books and these people have something for all of us.

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Posted by Kathy on 12/06/2017 at 2:51 PM

Re: “How Three Photographers View a Changing Vermont

Thanks for the "Vermont is a Third World Country (but the People Don't Know" shout-out! I had the pleasure of directing this video in partnership with Gould and Stearns in 1987-88. Videographer: Ron Clark. Editor: Larry Evans.
If there was a music video produced in Vermont before this one, I'd like to see it.

Dan Harvey, Georgia VT

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Posted by Dan H. on 12/06/2017 at 2:16 PM

Re: “How Three Photographers View a Changing Vermont

I got "Vanishing Vermonters" via the initial Kickstarter, mostly to support Mr. Miller and his work -- his essays in VT Digger over the past few years have been outstanding.

The book turned out to be one of the very best I've read this year. I learned a great deal and highly recommend it.

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Posted by Justin Boland on 12/06/2017 at 11:33 AM

Re: “Graffiti Artists Throw a Festival in Burlington

This is going to be an amazing event. The lineup of artists they've assembled is world class.

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Posted by Justin Boland on 09/15/2017 at 3:24 PM

Re: “25 Years of the South End Art Hop

Thanks for pointing that out, Meghan! We've removed that part and added a correction.

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Posted by Andrea Suozzo on 09/06/2017 at 3:13 PM

Re: “25 Years of the South End Art Hop

Hello! Thanks for the great article about the South End. I did want to clarify one point. The article states that
Lake Champlain Chocolates moved to the South End after attending the inaugural STRUT show in 2006. Lake Champlain Chocolates moved into its current building at 750 Pine in 1998 and has been located on Pine Street since 1983, first in the space now occupied by AO Glass and then in the Maltex Building, before moving further south on Pine to where we are now. The Lampman family and LCC have always been a strong supporter of both arts and business in the South End and value the role SEABA and the Art Hop plays in our community.

Meghan Fitzpatrick, PR & Communications Specialist for Lake Champlain Chocolates

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Posted by Meghan Fitzpatrick on 09/06/2017 at 2:04 PM
Posted by Alain on 07/14/2017 at 10:46 AM

Re: “Moran Plant Artist-in-Residence Mary Lacy Puts Wildlife on the Walls

I remenber when you made a portrait of me in cuba!

Posted by Alain on 07/14/2017 at 10:37 AM

Re: “International Photographer Ethan Hubbard Settles Down in Vermont

Glad to hear what Ethan is up to & REALLY GLAD to hear he's still doing his thing...

Posted by Jon Olender on 06/25/2017 at 12:04 PM

Re: “Vermont's Female Tattoo Artists Are Making a Mark

I had my first experience with Dana and the gang at Contour earlier this year and I gotta say I was completely blown away by the collective talent in that shop! They were all very friendly and personable, the shop was clean and had a great vibe. The piece I had done turned out so freakin amazing, I'll never get tattooed anywhere else again. The drive is definitely worth it!

Posted by Erin Thibault on 06/11/2017 at 12:35 PM

Re: “A Vermont Collector Helps Others Buy Art, Too

Truly altruistic. Good for you Mark. Forever putting your money where your eyes are.

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Posted by BruceBrown on 06/08/2017 at 12:19 PM

Re: “Vermont's Female Tattoo Artists Are Making a Mark

Why bother having a feature for female artists if you're going to spend half the first interview focusing on a male artist? Smh...

Posted by Kacie on 05/14/2017 at 1:35 PM

Re: “Vermont's Female Tattoo Artists Are Making a Mark

Hey let's not forget Melissa at Mermonkey at the Howe center in Rutland Vt.

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Posted by Pam Merrill on 05/11/2017 at 10:00 AM

Re: “Vermont's Female Tattoo Artists Are Making a Mark

The ladies of FTT are great and all, but they are by no means "slaying it". I have multiple friends that have been "on their waiting list" since late last year and haven't been given a consultation date yet. That's bad business.

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Posted by Nate Hicks on 05/11/2017 at 9:50 AM

Re: “Vermont's Female Tattoo Artists Are Making a Mark

Add Epiphany Tattoo and Body Piercing Studio in Morrisville, owned by Mandalynn Lopez. She is a talented artist and has her own aftercare products.

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Posted by Becky Machia on 05/10/2017 at 5:16 PM

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