Monday, March 13, 2017

Patti Smith and My Core Series

"The artist seeks contact with his intuitive sense of the gods, but in order to create his work,he cannot stay in this seductive and incorporeal realm. He must return to the material world in order to do his work. It's the artist's responsibility to balance mystical communication and the labor of creation."
-Patti Smith, Just Kids

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Monday, February 13, 2017

10,000 Roses

Facts About Roses:

  • Rose fossils discovered in Colorado date back 35 million years
  • A living rosebush covering the Cathedral of HIldesheim in Germany is at least 1,000 years old
  • Over 4,000 songs have been dedicated to roses
  • A gram of rose oil uses 2,000 roses
  • One of the world's largest rose gardens in Italy has 7,000+ varieties

Monday, January 16, 2017

Shelter from the Storm

Well, I'm livin' in a foreign country but I'm bound to cross the line
Beauty walks a razor's edge, someday I'll make it mine
If I could only turn back the clock to when God and her were born
Come in, she said
I'll give ya shelter from the storm
-Bob Dylan

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Of Land and Local: Watershed, BCA Exhibition and Related Events

I am delighted to be one of the exhibiting artists and welcome anyone interested to come to the exhibits and talks, you will be well rewarded by this expansive program curated by BCA. For more information about the Of Land & Local: Watershed", BCA exhibition and related events, please click on the link below. ~ Casey Blanchard

Burlington, VT (Friday, September 23, 2016): Now entering its fourth year, Of Land and Local: Watershed continues its commitment to the creation of new work through site-specific and place-based art making as well as community programming that encourages critical dialogue. As an ongoing partnership between Shelburne Farms and Burlington City Arts, Of Land and Local: Watershed combines the missions of both organizations and supports artist led conversations about social, ethical, and political issues impacting the Vermont landscape, culminating in exhibitions at both locations.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Boston Children's Hospital installation

My latest project:

Boston Children’s Hospital – eight 24”x24” aluminum panels - a great contemporary look, easy to hang, easy to maintain, no framing needed.

~ Casey Blanchard

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Frog Hollow has selected Casey’s Work!

Casey Blanchard’s in!  She’ll now have a year-round presence at the Frog Hollow Gallery on Church Street in Burlington, Vermont. Casey appreciates all who played a part in the final decision. Currently you will find framed works of Casey’s Stane Hadden series, Pies World and Fall Day. Casey has also made available a variety of originals, unframed that fit any 8x10 frame - these make thoughtful gifts for the holiday, all Vermont-made and local! Also available are Casey’s card sets of her botanical works and coffee-themed prints, ideal for stocking stuffers, swap gifts or even hostess gifts. Casey is pleased to be a part of the downtown artist community of Frog Hollow.  If you like what you see at Frog Hollow, and want to see more, come by the studio (call ahead!) for the full Casey Blanchard experience.

Stane Hadden 6

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Casey Blanchard in 2015 Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Fall Art Exhibit

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center has opened its 2015 Fall Art Exhibit with Shelburne, VT artist, Casey Blanchard, among the six artists selected for the show. The DHMC Fall Exhibit, running now through December, is displaying Blanchard’s work in its Level 5 Rotunda. Blanchard’s images lend themselves well to the affirming effects art has on healing, many of her prints are currently in hospital private collections. Blanchard has eleven monoprints on display illustrating the diversity of her work and artful use of organic elements often found in her prints. Among her works are two digital images of her “Looped” series, printed on 32” aluminum panels. This is a new medium Blanchard has been working with for its affect with her art, and for its protective and frameless benefits. Blanchard’s work in its original size is luminescent and contemplative, a larger scale takes those elements to an even greater dimension. DHMC is located at One Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH. For more information on Blanchard, visit her website at or visit her studio at Brickwork Art Studios, 266 South Champlain, Burlington, VT (call ahead!).
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DHMC Exhibit 2 west to east, October 2015. Photo by Julia Luckett Photography.

DHMC Exhibit "Looped" opposite balcony with skylights. Photo by Julia Luckett Photography.