Weston, Vermont boasts three charming art galleries within walking distance in the center of town on Main Street. Enjoy our fine collection of unique and original artisan ceramics, handcrafts, imagery and artworks from contemporary to classics. Sip a cappuccino, nibble on our freshly baked goods while visiting with the artists and owners. They welcome your questions and and love to chat. All of our galleries, shops, inns and restaurants are family owned and operated.
Weston, Vermont Art Galleries
Featuring Exquisite Vermont Images by Wayne “Nobushi” Fujii, select artisan handcrafts by some of Vermont’s finest artists and a Coffeebar/WiFi Salon. Exhibits change seasonally and feature handblown glass, ceramics, wooden bowls, fine woodwork, jewelry, cloth bags and sculpture. The Coffeebar/WiFi Salon serves Espresso, Cappuccino, fair trade organic coffees, artisan teas, chocolates and fresh baked goods and has quickly become Weston’s newest “Hotspot” and gathering place. Located in Weston’s original Post Office 661 Main Street (Rte 100) next to The Vermont Country Store and Weston Village Green. Summer, Fall and Holidays open 7 days 9:30-5:00. Winter and Spring closed Tuesdays and Wednesday.
|Address:||661 Main St
Weston, Vermont 05161
Featuring original landscape watercolors by local artist Diane G. Bell. Diane paints area landscapes in and around Weston, and the surrounding towns. She especially enjoys painting plein-air during the warm months, but offers studio paintings as well. Diane’s home gallery offers both framed and matted pieces for sale as well as Diane’s original notecard sets. Her gallery is located just 1.2 miles north of Weston village on Route 100. Look for the red, white and blue birdhouse and turn onto Maple Hill Road. Pass the mailboxes, bear right and follow the gallery sign to #11. The gallery is open from May through October from 10AM to 5PM or by appointment.
Visit the studio/home/gallery of reknowed whale artist, Wick Ahrens. Wick’s gallery exhibits a unique and exquisite collection of animal and wildlife art, featuring over twenty nationally known wildlife artists. Wick’s famous whale sculptures and carvings are also on display. Stop by and you’ll be greeted by my three Australian shepherds, Scrimshaw, Cetacea, and Ambergris. OPEN: Most all of the time. If my truck is there, I’m there. CLOSED: When the gate is closed. Best to call first 802-824-3604. Right behind the Inn At Weston at the end of Mill Lane.
|Address:||PO Box 158
Weston, Vermont 05161