SculpturesDowntown Rutland is home to many unique freestanding works of art, including a marble sculpture trail featuring historic figures from Rutland's rich history.
Downtown Rutland Art Galleries
Located in the former Lake Sunapee Bank space, this beautiful marble space hosts student work throughout the year. Visit the gallery's Facebook Page for reception info.
Nearby Art Attractions
Located conveniently on Route 7, the Chaffee Art Center features exhibits, classes, events, and more.
The Carving Studio offers unique sculpture education programs amid inactive quarries and former manufacturing facilities of the Vermont Marble Company.
Brandon Artists Guild
A vibrant, diverse group of more than 50 artists in various media. Shows featuring the work of individual artists can be seen along with rotating exhibits of all 50 plus member-artists.
Visit nearby Proctor for the world's largest marble exhibit, complete with marble gallery and art studio.
A nationally recognized collection of Norman Rockwell's art, established in 1976, which commemorates Norman Rockwell's Vermont years and the entire span and diversity of his career (1911-1978).
Opera House Gallery
A permanent installation of a 11" x 43" graphite drawing of Downtown Rutland by Artist Bill Ramage in the Opera House.
Head to Wallingford to find handmade art, crafts, diy kits and eclectic finds from various Vermont artists.
Enjoy specialty coffee, creative cocktails, fresh, healthy fare, and artwork under one roof at Liquid Art Coffeehouse.