Art on Main is a non-profit, community supported gallery committed to supporting the creative endeavors of
Vermont artisans and artists in Addison County and through exhibition, sales, community events and partnerships.
In Vermont, “Shop Local” has real meaning. People understand that to keep our rural communities vibrant and exciting, we have to support our local businesses. It takes a village to keep a small gallery like Art on Main open and thriving and our 20+ years of steady presence in Bristol, Vermont is due in large part to community support.
One of the simplest ways to give ongoing support to Art on Main is to become a member. Your annual contribution goes beyond enabling us to provide a delightful retail space to showcase the talents of over 75 artists and artisans.
It also supports us to:
Create unique exhibits of featured gallery artists and participate in special events like Vermont’s statewide Open Studio Weekend.
Offer opportunities to learn about the creative process through artist demonstrations, lectures, workshops and other events.
Collaborate with the Bristol Recreation Department and the Mt. Abe High School Art Department to support and recognize creative youth through annual exhibits promoting student work.
Community Member donations are an essential part of the Gallery's sustainability. Your donation enables us to continue to offer the activities above and to plan new events for the future. We would love to hear any ideas you may have.
Do you believe in the importance of the Arts in Vermont? If your answer is yes, then we invite you
to renew your membership - or to become a first-time supporter of Art on Main. THANK YOU!
Enjoy the benefits of membership:
Supporter - $50
Gift Wrapping, Special Offers
Patrons - $125 * Benefactor - $250 * Philanthropist - $500
10% Discount on Gallery Purchases, Gift Wrapping; Special Offers
Your support is critical
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we rely on gallery sales and contributions
from our Supporting Members to fund our efforts. Your contributions are tax-deductible
to the extent allowed by law. Check with your tax professional.