The Artist

THE ARTIST is an original series from RETN highlighting local Vermont artists and galleries. Featured artists discuss their work and offer a glimpse into their creative process.


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Connor Loung

University of Vermont undergraduate, Connor Loung is a Spoken-Word artist, but can be better defined as a "story-teller," who gives an in-depth look into an art form that is often labeled "the Jazz of Classical Music" for its unconventional take on the written prose.

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Craig Colorusso

Sun Boxes are an environment to enter and exit at will. It’s comprised of twenty speakers operating independently, each powered by the sun via solar panels. There is a different loop set to play a guitar note in each box continuously. These guitar notes collectively make a Bb chord. Because the...Watch now »

John Brickels

"John Brickels has been creating stoneware sculpture for over 35 years. His falling barn sculptures, tittering urban row houses and collapsed rust-belt factories celebrate the hidden beauty of entropy.

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Sharyn Layfield

South Hero, Vermont artist Sharyn Layfield discusses her life as an artist and her abstract painting work on display at the Block Gallery and Coffeehouse in Winooski.Watch now »

Lois Eby

Wolcott-based artist Lois Eby discusses her background, influences, and the art of improvised painting. This video features footage from the 215 ARTISTS' COOPERATIVE GALLERY at 215 College Street in Burlington, Vermont.Watch now »

Nick Malutama

Champlain College graduate Nick Malutama discusses his transition from growing up in Africa to pursuing art in Vermont, and explains his creative process, which spans a range of media including animation, game art, sketches, modeling, and more.Watch now »

Peter Robinson-Smith

Burlington based wire-mesh sculptor Peter Robinson-Smith discusses his life as an artist and how he came to work with the unique medium of wire mesh. This video features footage from the Flynndog Gallery at 208 Flynn Avenue, Burlington, VT.Watch now »