Exhibitions Curated

Heartbeet Lifesharing
A Camphill Community
2017 - ongoing

VSAVermont, Engage Exhibition 2012-2013 Juried Exhibition
Works of art by Vermont artists with disabilities.

Venues included:

  • Bennington Museum, Bennington
  • Catamount Arts, St. Johnsbury
  • Flynn Center, Amy E Tarrant Gallery, Burlington


State of Vermont, Exhibitions of State Art Collection
From 2008-2010, work to develop the interpretation of the State of Vermont Art Collection, and curate exhibitions of the collection, which with catalogue.

Jamie Franklin, curator for Bennington Museum, “Most Vermonters are completely unaware of one of their state’s most valuable cultural resources.  The Vermont State Art Collection is a jewel amongst us…  this collection is truly an artistic treasure whose purpose is to be enjoyed and appreciated by all Vermonters and visitors to our state.  And that is exactly why the State of Vermont, in conjunction with guest curator Paul Gruhler, has organized a series of exhibitions.”

Venues included:

  • Bennington Museum, Bennington
  • Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, Brattleboro
  • Bryan Memorial Gallery, Jeffersonville
  • Catamont Arts, St. Johnsbury
  • Chaffee Art Center, Rutland
  • Goodrich Memorial Library, Newport
  • Coolidge Museum, Plymouth Notch
  • River Arts, Morrisville
  • St. Michael’s College, Colchester
  • TW Wood Gallery, Montpelier

Helen Day Art Center, “Vermont”    (June–  August 2006)
An exhibition of paintings and sculpture by 24 artists selected from 16 Vermont museums and public collections.
Some of the artists included were: Josef Albers, Ellsworth Kelly, Henry Moore, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland,
and Jules Olitski.

Anne Galloway, The Times Argus “Vermont Collections is that rare show that presents . . . some of the state’s best kept secrets . . . Don’t miss it.”

 Marina Knight, The Stowe Reporter “ . . . the most ambitious show yet . . . the first of its kind.” Gruhler has done a fine, if not exceptional job . . .  No Vermont art institution has attempted anything like “Vermont Collections,” and for that Helen Day should be applauded.”