June and July 2020 in the Crowell Gallery
A Walk in the Park – a look Vermont’s natural beauty by Tiffany Soukup and Chris Brader
June 16th – July 28th, 2020 (during library hours)
For over a decade married duo Tiffany Soukup and Chris Brader have worked in VT State Parks. Wildlife and nature photography is one of their passions and they take pride in having an active role in helping care for our state parks. They often spend their winters traveling abroad to photograph wildlife. Most recently the pair spent two months in Brazil photographing wild jaguars, giant anteaters, and the maned wolf, among other animals. You can see more of their work at www.vagabondway.net and follow their socials.
2020 Gallery Schedule
- January – Jim Tober & Carol Hendrickson – collage, anthropologists, print
- February – David Parker – photography
- March – Bill Dixon – Honey Bee’s Educational Displays, photography
- April –
- May –
- June – Tiffany Soukop and Chris Brader – wildlife photography
- July – Tiffany Soukop and Chris Brader – wildlife photography
- August – Gianna Robinson – painting
- September – Martha Werman – painting
- October – Greg Moschetti – acrylic landscape
- November – Dara Carlton – wildlife photographry
- December – Alice Freeman – pastel, watercolor cartoons
Interested in exhibiting your art at the Crowell Gallery? Email email@example.com for information.
The Crowell Gallery at the Moore Free Library in Newfane, VT was opened to the public on September 2, 2000. It houses an outstanding collection of contemporary Southern Vermont artists. The permanent collection is on view each winter (usually in January and/or February). For the rest of the year, the gallery hosts special monthly exhibits by local artists. The gallery also serves as a venue for public programs and meetings.
Robert and Muriel Crowell funded the renovation of the Moore family’s 1890 post and beam barn. The work was performed by local artisans Dan and Gary MacArthur. A gift in 2004 from the Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason Foundation provided tensor lighting for the gallery.
About Robert L. Crowell
Robert L. (Bob) Crowell, former head of the Thomas Y. Crowell Company (which later became part of Harper Collins Publishers), was the grandson of the company’s eponymous founder. Thomas Y. Crowell began publishing books in 1876 and was the first U.S. publisher of Tolstoy and Gogol. Bob joined the company as a salesman in 1931, was elected treasurer in 1937, and rose to head the company in 1938. Under his leadership, the company published Roget’s International Thesaurus, the Frank Heller detective series and numerous art and children’s books.
Bob served as a trustee of the Moore Free Library from 1976 to 2001 and was President of the board for five of those years. As the Moore Free Library’s primary benefactor, he funded scholarship programs, literary awards, and library renovations. He passed away June 29, 2001.