The Luxton-Jones Gallery will host a new art exhibition and sale titled “Impressions of Lake Champlain and Beyond.” The Luxton-Jones Gallery in Shelburne, which celebrated its 25th anniversary last year, is the oldest fine arts and custom framing gallery in Chittenden County. The Gallery represents a select number of award-winning regional, national, and international artists, specializing in Vermont landscapes.
The “Impressions of Lake Champlain and Beyond” exhibit will open on Saturday, Sept. 29, with a reception and celebration from 2-7 pm. Exhibiting artists will be present, refreshments will be served, and the public is warmly invited.
The “Celebrate the Season” exhibit, which will be on display through Nov. 28, will feature many new paintings by the internationally renowned artist Carolyn Walton, a former Shelburne resident, as well as Susan Bull Riley from South Burlington, Shelburne resident Athenia Schinto, Adirondack artist Gail Bessette, Betty Ball of Connecticut, an artist with close ties to Vermont, Charles Townsend from Southern Vermont, and jewelry artist Tineke Russell of Burlington.
The Gallery will donate a portion of all the sales during this exhibit to the Humane Society of Chittenden County.
The Luxton-Jones Gallery is located at 5955 Shelburne Road in Shelburne, directly across from the entrance to the Shelburne Museum. The Gallery welcomes visitors Tuesday through Sunday from 12-5:30 pm as well as by appointment, or by chance. For more information about the reception and exhibiting artists, please call (802) 985-8223 or visit www.LuxtonJonesGallery.com.