Adrien “Yellow” Patenaude’s art gallery and studio on Main Street in Newport offers a unique experience. Mr. Patenaude, who has worked as an artist for 20 years, paints on canvas in bold, bright colors. He’s drawn to shapes and shadows, moonlit objects, and the colors of the Vermont landscape.Continue reading
Adrien “Yellow” Patenaude’s
art gallery and studio on Main
Street in Newport offers a
unique experience. Mr.
Patenaude, who has worked as
an artist for 20 years, paints
on canvas in bold, bright
colors. He’s drawn to shapes
and shadows, moonlit objects,
and the colors of the Vermont
landscape. In his own words,
he constantly strives to
improve his understanding of
his subject matter through
dynamic expressions of color. People all over the world own Adrien Yellow’s art, and at the moment he has a show at Jay Peak Resort. His prices are reasonable,and his style is like no other.
He also likes to give back to the community and has done a variety
of artistic projects on a volunteer basis. Visit Adrien Yellow’s Newport studio for a one-of-a-kind experience. Paintings can be commissioned or custom ordered.
194 Main St., Newport, VT 05855 •(802) 272-8179
email@example.com • www.adrienyellowart.com
Phyllis Joy Hammond has had the P.J. Hammond Art Gallery on the Lake Road in Newport Center for many years. Her work is known throughout the United States, Canada, Alaska, Europe, and even Japan. Mrs. Hammond is known as a very diverse artist. However, her book Traveling with Wildflowers from
Newfoundland to Alaska definitely established her as a wildflower painter. Generally she works with acrylics or watercolors. As a youngster she studied art with Elsa Bley, graduated from Wellesley College, and studied privately with Hyman Bloom in Boston for a short time after college. Much later she took a brief botanical art course at the New York Botanical Gardens with famous Australian botanical painter Jenny Phillips. Come to her gallery and see her Alaskan work. She has been a speaker and has visited Alaska five times. Also see her Egyptian painting and other work. She still has her book for sale, and cards and
bookmarks for little gifts. To be sure not to miss her, Mrs. Hammond would prefer that you
call her when you wish to visit. In warmer times the gallery is open six days a week.
3802 Lake Rd., Newport Center, VT 05857 • (802) 334-2685