Smugglers’ Notch Area
Artists and Galleries

Bryan Memorial Art Gallery
180 Main Street, PO Box 340
Jeffersonville, VT 05464
Since 1984, Bryan Memorial Gallery has exhibited the artists inspired by the landscape that gratifies its visitors in every season. Join us for exhibitions, workshops and a gallery shop that feature the compelling landscapes produced by these artists, and take home a piece of the Vermont landscape.Open daily, 11 – 5 between July 2 and October 11.  Open 11 – 4, Thursday – Sunday in spring and fall.   Call for winter hours.


KMPKim Martin Photography
33 Mill St
Jeffersonville, VT, 05444


See the splendor of northern Vermont through the lens of Kim Martin. Wedding photography, landscape prints, and available for day hire.
Call Kim if you need professional photography services.

Maple RidgeMaple Ridge Center
for the Arts
16 Iris Lane
Jeffersonville, VT, 05444


Maple Ridge Center for the Arts is a place to learn, grow and create. We offer classes for all ages. Try your hand at jewelry making, textiles, painting and more. Classes are updated regularly so be sure to check our calendar. Register online to reserve your spot today!

vermontartistryVermont Artistry
18 Notch Glen Drive #103
Jeffersonville, VT 05464

Providing professional photography throughout our beautiful Vermont backdrop. Catherine Aranda-Learned’s experience is varied with folks from all walks and traditions of life. Wedding photography, portraits, and original digital fine art; all with impeccable attention to detail of your vision with a collaborative, warm and comfortable style.

 Visions of Vermont Fine Art Galleries
94-100 Main Street
PO Box 311
Jeffersonville, VT 05464
The Poetic Realism of Karen and Jack Winslow are on exhibition in the parlors of the restored Victorian house located at 100 Main Street, and the plein air paintings by Eric Tobin are displayed in the carriage house, Visions of Vermont.Karen and Jack Winslow have been married for 36 years, and they have been painting side by side for most of the married life. From 1972-1978, they studied apprenticeship-style at the Art Students League of New York with Frank Mason, Robert Brackman and Robert Beverley Hale.

Eric Tobin, on the other hand, having been given his first set of paints at the age of 12 by Thomas R. Curtin, is mostly self-taught. He has had the benefit of being a native of the beautiful area, which has attracted painters of the landscape for over a century. Eric has taken the opportunity to meet and paint with some of the top outdoor painters in New England.

Come on by and take home a real Vision of Vermont.