Our latest Wild People, Wild Places exhibit, entitled “WINTER”, opens this Saturday. Dec. 12 from 4-6pm with a reception hosted by the The Artisan’s Gallery in downtown Waitsfield, Vermont. The Gallery is located is historic Waitsfield Village, along Bridge St and just a stone’s throw from the village covered bridge.
The exhibit will feature nearly thirty color and black & white images representing our discoveries made in the winter season. The exhibit will remain open during normal Gallery hours through the holidays. When you are in or near Waitsfield, stop for something to eat at The Green Cup, The Village Grocery or the new Mint restaurant, and enjoy the exhibit and great variety of Vermont made art at the Gallery.
Our latest Wild People, Wild Places exhibit is now up at the Three Mountain Cafe in Waitsfield, Vermont, throughout the months of November and December. The cafe is located in the Mad River Green, right next to Bisbee’s Hardware and just across from the Waitsfield Post Office.
Also, stay tuned for another upcoming exhibit, Wild People, Wild Places – WINTER, at the Artisan’s Gallery in downtown Waitsfield, VT, which we will open on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2009.
When you are in or near Waitsfield, swing by the cafe, grab something hot to drink, and enjoy the show. Thanks to the cafe owners Julie and Paul!
View our press release for the event HERE
On Saturday, Nov 7 at The Mountain Goat in Hanover, NH, we will be kicking off our 5th Annual Wild People, Wild Places Slideshow Series with the latest incarnation of our ever-evolving show, Off Piste in the Northeast. Our shows feature our primarily human-powered (and often skiing focused) adventures through the Northeast US/Canada, Patagonia, Iceland, Greenland and beyond, and they conclude with a raffle of outdoor gear and prizes that helps to raise funds for our ongoing conservation work with organizations like the Green Mountain Club, the Vermont Natural Resources Council, Conservacion Patagonica and others…
Hurricane Bill pushed a large and powerful swell into the shores of the northeastern US and Canada last weekend. Here’s an image we captured on Sunday morning off the coast of Massachusetts, just after sunrise. The crest and face of this wave stood a solid 12-14′ tall before breaking in its final approach to the shore. The wild winds and seas kept us watching in awe for a few hours before conditions settled down and invited us back into the waves, to surf.
This image will also be available as a fine art print, entitled, “Offshore Winds”. Drop us a line if you are interested.
Our 4th Annual Wild People, Wild Places Slideshow Series kicks off this coming Sunday, Dec 28 at Sugarbush, Vermont. Grab some friends or family and join us at one of our upcoming multi-media slideshows . For regular updates about our upcoming shows and new projects, join our mailing list. Here are a few of our upcoming shows…