Main Street Landing’s Union Station Gallery

Main Street Landing’s Union Station Gallery


Currently Exhibiting 

 @ Main Street Landing’s Union Station Gallery

1 Main Street Burlington VT


"Bob’s World"
By Robert (Bob) Gold




Little Umbrella & Main Street Landing would like to welcome for the month of July, Robert (Bob) Gold for his solo show “Bob’s World". 

Robert Gold is a Burlington mixed media artist. Vibrant images of his daily surroundings give the viewer a glimpse into his colorful world. After a traumatic brain injury, Gold began to see colors more vibrantly. He uses Photoshop to saturate his digital images to show the radiance he sees. After printing the images on fine art paper, he paints them to give them a luminosity that extends beyond his new reality. Not only does his work show what he sees, but they reflect Gold’s sunny disposition and positive outlook on life. 

Gold has received local accolades for his work by winning the People’s Choice award for the Juried 2D Exhibition in SEABA’s 2016 Art Hop and was one of the artists chosen by Vermont Art Guide as an Artist to Watch 2018. This year, he was chosen as a participant in the 34th Annual Chelsea International Fine Art Competition Exhibition, which will be August 10-20, 2019.

The exhibit “Bob’s World” will run through the end of July.


Main Street Landing's Union Station Gallery, 1 Main Street Union Station for more information, please contact Sarah of Little Umbrella : Art Curation at 802-735-7091 or 

Main Street Landing and Little Umbrella Art Curation are dedicated to increasing awareness and appreciation of Vermont visual artists, showcasing traditional and nontraditional visual art in rotating (monthly or bimonthly) shows and community-based events. 

Permeant Main Street Landing Collection


Venus Venus by Christopher Curtis Winged Monkeys Winged Monkeys by Steve Larrabee Train BallTrain Ball by Lars Erik-Fisk


Waterfront FrescoWaterfront Fresco by Nancy Barnett of Fresco Studio

Ongoing Exhibitions

“Vermont Farm Women” series
(photographs on the third floor)

Peter Miller followed his iconic 1989 book, Vermont People, with the equally inspiring book, Vermont Farm Women. He interviewed and photographed forty-four women who work in agriculture in Vermont. On view on the third floor of Main Street Landing is the portfolio of original photographs from the book.