Founders Exhibit

25th South End Art Hop

Founders Exhibit

Celebrating the past, Re-imaging the future

An exhibit featuring some of the original artists and prominent figures that set the stage for the original South End Art Hop. On exhibit at Main Street Landings Union Station.

On Exhibit: September 8th through September 30th


Roundtable Discussion – The South End’s Future
Sunday, September 10th, 10 am – 12 noon.
Union Station 1 Main Street, Burlington,
Vermont 05401

Steve Conant of Conant Custom Brass sits on his original front step in the “alley”. circa 1987.

Successful businessmen and original Art Hop participants, supporters and organizers Steve Conant, (Conant Custom Brass) and Jim Lampman, (Lake Champlain Chocolates) are among the exhibitors. Architect and artist, John Anderson, Waitsfield, Vermont, will feature his current abstract works. Graphic designer and fine artist (and original Art Hop organizer) Peter Perez, Santa Rosa, California, showcases his Day of the Dead art. Graphic designer David Griffin, Venice, Florida, (original Art Hop organizer and Pine Street Arts and Business Association (aka SEABA) board president) debuts his tropical paintings, From New York City, American sculptor, Lars Fisk (Art Hop logo designer and Art Hop organizer) rolls into town with his Artist and architect John Anderson with one of his amazing drawings. Artist and graphic designer, Peter Perez is renowned in California and around the world for his stunning Day of the Dead artworkwork. spherical sculptures. Photographer and musician Todd Lockwood displays his newest work “Portraiture Reimagined” – dynamic portraits of Vermonters.

Participating Artists:

Leslie Fry
Jeff Clarke Photography
Linda E. Jones
Cameron ‘Cami’ Davis