Gallery Etc opens at Arlington Inn

ARLINGTON - Gallery Etc. has announced its new ongoing collaboration with Elizabeth & Eric Berger of The Arlington Inn to bring a wide selection of fine art to their restaurant walls.

Melissa Klick & Gun Burns of Gallery Etc. plan to display their exceptional artists in the 1847 Victorian inn.

In this new economy people have so little leisure time. Klick & Burns are committed to bringing fine art to the people instead of waiting for the people to come to the art. Art is an integral part of everyday living and should be viewed in accessible surroundings.

"It's an innovative trend," said Klick, "which allows wonderful exposure for our artists and provides the public with an exceptional culinary and artistic experience."

The current exhibition will open on the evening of Feb. 14. Make reservations now to enjoy Chef Eric's legendary Valentine Duet Menu which will include New England Lobster Pie, Pancetta Wrapped Petite Filet Mignon and Grilled Stuffed Quail to name just a few o his award winning entrees.

Enjoy an exceptional wine list, scrumptious desserts surrounded by outstanding, highly collectible art and don't forget to bring the romance.

Current artists include Cleade Enders, Keith Hoffman, Patti Zeigler, Eva Mathiasen and Vintage Book Art.

The rotating gallery will soon exhibit Brian Sweetland, Anna Dibble, Sheila Foster and Arthur Jones. All work is for sale.

The Arlington Inn is located at 3094 Route 7A in scenic Arlington.

For dinner reservations call 802-375-6532. Call Gallery Etc. at 802-379-2206 or 802-430-4295.


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