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Artist Exhibition – Margaret Lampe Kannenstine


April 2 | 10:00 am - June 30 | 5:00 pm

Artist Exhibition – Margaret Lampe Kannenstine
April 2 – June 30 / 10am – 5pm daily
Neale Pavilion / VINS Nature Center

Meet the Artist
There will be an opportunity to meet the artist, Ms. Kannenstine, on Saturday, April 23 from 3pm to 5pm, with a full array of artwork focusing on the Ottauquechee River. We hope that you can join us!

About the Artist
Margaret (Peggy) Lampe Kannenstine, from Woodstock, VT, is an artist whose acrylic paintings and works on paper have been shown widely for decades, and are held in the permanent collections of the Columbus Museum of Art in Columbus, OH; The Springfield Art Museum in Springfield, MO; the Hood Museum in Hanover, NH; The Bennington Museum in Bennington, VT; and the Fleming Museum in Burlington, VT. Peggy’s paintings are also in the collections of hospitals, academic institutions, corporations, and private collections around the country.

Peggy is past Secretary of the Board of Directors of the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies. She was twice elected to the VAC Board of Trustees, and was Chair for two terms. Peggy served on the Vermont Council on Culture and Innovation (VCCI) to study policy for the Creative Economy of our state. She is a past Board member of New England Foundation for the Arts; and was twice President of her local arts council, Pentangle. In 2005 she was appointed to the White House mini-conference on Creativity and Aging, held at the NEA. In addition, she is past Chair of the Board of Trustees of the North Universalist Chapel Society in Woodstock, VT. Peggy also served as Chair of the Board of Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT, and is now on the founding Board of the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, VT.

In September 2008, Peggy was awarded the “Distinguished Public Service Award” by National Assembly of State Arts Agencies.

View Peggy’s artwork at lampekannenstine.com and read her spotlight in Artscope Magazine.

For more information, contact us at 802.359.3194 or info@vinsweb.org.