The Gallery at Main Street Landing

The Gallery at Main Street Landing

The Main Street Landing Cornerstone Building

3 Main Street, Burlington, VT



M-F,  8am-8pm
Sat-Sun,  10am-8pm

This space is also available for event rentals   


The Gallery at Main Street Landing features Contemporary and Non-traditional art from Vermont artists as well as hosting a permanent video exhibition booth that shows video installations by artists from all over the world in bi-monthly exhibits. 





“Happy Home” by Olga Verasen
“Solipsism” James Stewart

July-August 2018

Art’s Alive, Seaba Burlington and Main Street Landing Performing Arts Center warmly welcomes Olga Verasen and her collection exhibit “Happy Home” to The Gallery starting in July. “Olga loves acrylic and watercolor. She uses a special technique for her paintings. When working with acrylic, Olga uses a sophisticated layer-by-layer technique of painting to create a special lighting effect.  This technique works both on both canvas panel. Olga also uses watercolor, in combination with pastel and other special  techniques, to create illustrations for her children’s books.  It allows her to keep an amazing brightness and light glowing from her artworks. Featured in this exhibit you will see pieces from “Lovely Vermont”, “Happy Colors of Time”, “Sunshine in our World”, “Magic Formula”, “On Wings of a Butterfly”, and “Where Fairy Tales Live”. 

Arts Alive would also like to welcome Video Artist, James Stewart and his interactive musical installation “Solipsism”.  James Stewart is a local composer of many diverse musical genres and styles, from theater to film to the concert stage. He has written for jazz combos, symphony orchestras and electronics. “Solipsism” is an interactive musical technology program that captures live sound to produce a universe of sights and sounds. Visitors are invited to interact with the installation and watch it respond to the space, environment and sounds that are present. The piece is an exploration of how one impulse can shape the universe; how one event can spark so many others.

This Exhibit will run through the end of August 2018.