Bryan Memorial Art Gallery

Bryan Memorial Art Gallery
180 Main Street
802-644-5100

Artist and founder Alden Bryan built the Mary Bryan Memorial Gallery in 1984 to honor the memory of his wife, artist Mary Bryan, by displaying the best of Vermont and New England painters. When Alden Bryan died in 2001, he left a living legacy in the gallery he created, as it continues to contribute to the art and culture of Vermont and New England!

In 2004, the gallery was renamed The Bryan Memorial Gallery to reflect the adminiration of the community - Board, volunteers, staff, friends and neighbors - for the contributions of this dynamic couple - Alden and Mary Bryan.

The Bryan Memorial Gallery, a non-profit institution, maintains a substantial permanent collection of paintings by Alden and Mary Bryan, and by their contemporaries who painted in this area, in addition to presenting a year long season of exhibitions by contemporary artists who paint in this area.


Recent News

Bryan Memorial Gallery News - September, 2012

Bryan Memorial Gallery Announces Juried Photography Exhibit Click!Opens in February Bryan Memorial Gallery announces that its winter 2013 exhibit will be a juried photography exhibit in its Main Gallery.  CLICK!:  A Photographer's View of…

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Bryan Memorial Gallery Presents The New England Plein Air Painters Exhibit

The New England Plein Air PaintersT.A. CharronRobert DuffyWilliam P. DuffyMichael GravesRobert Douglas HunterStapleton KearnsBarbara LussierChristopher MagadiniMargaret McWethyDianne Panarelli MillerT. M. NicholasTom Nicholas, N.A.Caleb StoneEric…

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Bryan Memorial Gallery News - August 2012

Vermont Arts CouncilAwards Bryan Memorial Gallery2012 - 2013 Operating GrantThe Vermont Arts Council announced today that Bryan Memorial Gallery will be the recipient of a $6,600 grant over two years to fund the gallery's operations.  The…

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Bryan Memorial Gallery Presents Hidden Treasures

Bryan Memorial Gallery will present a juried exhibition of hidden treasures - artwork by deceased artists which at this moment is owned privately - perhaps by you and others  who would like to make this work available for sale in an exhibition…

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