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About Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery

A gallery of stylistically diverse contemporary artwork, handcrafts, custom framing and restoration of frames, paintings and paper.

“Running the Gamut: Realism to Abstraction”

July 17- September 1, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, July 17, 5:30-7:30 p.m. All are welcome! The gallery is pleased to announce the opening of “Running the Gamet: From Realism to Abstraction”, a group show featuring the paintings of Daniel Gottsegen … Continue reading

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Missing Pieces?

Here we reveal the skillful steps that underlie the magic of restoration. Brad Sourdiffe is our master of frame conservation (and new, hand finished mouldings). He uses the same methods that the original frame creators used to craft beautiful, gilt … Continue reading

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Present Beauty via TylerWare Painted Wooden Bowls

The widely admired hand-painted bowls of Peggy Potter are alive and well in our craft section of the gallery.  Lea Tyler (now residing in Colorado) learned the craft and designs as the business transitioned into Tyler’s capable hands. These gorgeous … Continue reading

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Words Unspoken, June 4th – July 14th, 2015

Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of “Words Unspoken“, an exhibit exploring mark-making as a form of language or pre-language. From invented calligraphy and pattern sequencing, to the use of traditional writing formats to display fabricated words, … Continue reading

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Interpreting the Surface: Diverse Works by 8 Vermont Members of the Surface Design Association

April 17th through May 26th, 2015 “Interpreting the Surface” will exhibit a variety of work by participating artists: Jackie Abrams, Rosalind Daniels, Elizabeth Fram, Marilyn Gillis, Catherine Hall, Karen Henderson, Karen Kamenetzky, and Dianne Shullenberger. The exhibit opens with a … Continue reading

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Introducing a new artist- H.M. Saffer II

It is always a pleasure to welcome new work to our gallery. Here’s a glimpse of H.M. Saffer’s work. As always, we suggest that you visit the gallery in person to enjoy the fullness of the paintings!   Artist’s Biography: … Continue reading

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Large Scale Preservation

We’d like to share some of the steps that went into the framing of this beautifully beaded, Native American, wedding dress. This dress was made during the 1st world war. The groom to be was killed in the war, so … Continue reading

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