Edward Hopper and the Elephant: A Conversation in Shelburne, VT

*Watch the video on Vermont’s Regional Educational Television Network (RETN) or on YouTube.*

Next Wednesday, March 26, I’ll be in Shelburne, Vermont, talking about my work with commentator Fran Stoddard and another Vermont author, Tracey Campbell Pearson.  This event is the second installment in a Community Conversation Series with Vermont Authors that’s co-sponsored by the Shelburne Museum, Shelburne Farms, the Pierson Library, and All Souls Interfaith Gathering (ASIG).  The focus of the conversation on March 26 is ART. 


elephant-frontjacket-copyright-2013Tracey-Campbell-PearsonOf course I’ll be talking about my take on the work of Edward Hopper, and Tracey will be discussing her work as the writer and illustrator of a multitude of children’s books — the most recent of which will be “the Elephant in the Room”!

As for Fran, we expect her to exercise her usual artistry in finding the commonalities between two seemingly disparate authors, and between Edward Hopper in Vermont and Elephant’s Story.   Please join us for an engaging conversation, in ASIG’s beautiful facility overlooking Lake Champlain.

Vermont Authors
Community Conversation Series with Fran Stoddard
Wednesday, March 26
4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
ASIG / 291 Bostwick Farm Road / Shelburne, VT
ART, with authors Bonnie Tocher Clause and Tracey Campbell Pearson
See the series poster, below — but note that the session on “NATURE” has been rescheduled to April 2.