Enjoy a cup of coffee and coffeecake with local Vermont printmaker and world-renown artist Sabra Field. During your visit to East Barnard, she'll show you her gallery, press room, and whatever project she's working on at the time!
Sabra is largely considered to be the state’s most famous artist. Over her forty-year printmaking career, her iconic images have appeared in over 50 solo shows, books, magazines, calendars, note cards, and even the state’s bicentennial stamp! With this donation, you and a friend can discuss your favorite print directly with the artist. Be inspired by a wonderfully vibrant and creative Vermont woman!
--Named an Extraordinary Vermonter by Governor Kunin, 1991
--Received the Governor's Award for Excellence in the Arts from Governor Dean, 1999
--Named a "Living Treasure" by the Shelburne Crafts School of Vermont, 2000
--Received the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum Medal for the Arts, 2001
--Her design selected for the Vermont Bicentennial stamp, 1991
--Over 7,000 people visited Sabra Field's 2nd Retrospective exhibit at Middlebury College, 2002
Fine Print: You'll meet Sabra Field at her gallery in East Barnard. Dates and times will need to be coordinated between the two of you. Like many places in rural Vermont, mud season is not a good time to visit.
S&H: None. We'll help get you in touch with Sabra Field to coordinate a good time and date for your visit.