Confluences opens in Readsboro on Friday


Confluence, a new gallery in the historic E.J. Bullock Building in Readsboro, will have its opening on Friday with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Regular hours will be Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, noon to 4 p.m., and by appointment. The gallery's debut show will consist of work by five women photographers inspired by the beauty of their local environment: Sue Hartman, Jeanette Eckert, Stacy Birch, Nicki Steel, and Ann Floriani.

Confluence, Readsboro's first gallery, is located in an historic three-story building on Main Street in this town tucked into the southern reaches of the Green Mountains, with the Deerfield River cascading through it.

Readsboro Arts has opened this new space in the building, a milestone, and a project that signals Readsboro and nearby hill towns, replete with artists and crafters of all stripes, will finally have a permanent place to show off the fruits of its talent, some of whom are known nationally and internationally.


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