Pop Ups and private tours

MANCHESTER VILLAGE - Gregory DeLuca, proprietor of W. Vanderlip & Co, has announced the opening of "Home Grown: A Fine Art Show Celebrating Our Renowned Local Artists." This limited engagement of fine art by local area artists will open Friday, Oct. 5 and close on Sunday, Oct. 14. In conjunction with the "pop-up" gallery, W. Vanderlip & Co. will launch their year-round private Land Rover Artists' Studio Tours.

The Home Grown exhibition will be located at 4361 Main Street, on the corner of Main Street and Ways Lane. The fine art show will feature works by local area artists Donnel Barnum, Leslie Parke, Leslie Peck, Christopher Pierce, Brian Sweetland, Kathie Thompson, Thomas Torak, and Mark Tougias. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, Oct. 6 from 3-7p.m. with desserts catered by Judaberry's Scrumptious Baking.

For a more in-depth, intimate experience with our region's renowned artists any time of year, book a Private Artists' Studio Tour with W. Vanderlip & Co. With Vanderlip's exclusive partnership with the Land Rover Experience, tour the iconic countryside that has inspired the acclaimed artists with your personal art guide in a Land Rover. Studio tours include the artists from the Home Grown art show along with Arthur Jones, Elizabeth Torak, Dan Mosheim and Will Mosheim. Tour guests will have exclusive access to the artists' studios, collections, and available works. The customized excursion package includes the Land Rover with driver/instructor, personal art guide, a three studio tour of your choice, refreshments and lunch.

For more information regarding the Home Grown Columbus Week "pop-up" gallery or the Private Artists' Studio Tours, contact Gregory DeLuca at W. Vanderlip & Co by calling 802-770-8820 or email greg@wvanderlip.com. W. Vanderlip & Co supports the local artists in our community and provides fine art, tours, and entertaining services.


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