Next Sale - July 4th, 2022

Thanks to everyone who visited the Cabot Art Barn - See you in 2022

The Cabot Art Barn stands at the rear of the Wiswell House, one of the most striking examples of Victorian architecture in Vermont. Built by Dr. S.L. Wiswell and his wife Seraphine in 1868, remodeled in 1898 and preserved with great attention to period authenticity, this historic home remains a family residence and the property of Dr. Wiswell’s great-great-granddaughters. The barn that once housed Dr. Wiswell’s carriage and horses will be open to the public for these two weeks with a curated exhibition showcasing the work of Cabot’s visual arts community.

Margie Pulaski

Paintings and drawings

Ruth Kaldor

Watercolor and oil paintings

Sandy Ducharme

Hand-dyed hookings, painted floorcloths

Ken Klingler

Sculptures and carvings

Joanne Vecchiola

Clay vessels and sculptures

Janet Van Fleet

Constructions created with found objects

Paul Wade

Wood furniture and stone sculpture

Laura Shaw

Watercolor greeting cards


Rosalind Daniels

Art quilts and photography

Neil Bainton

Photographs