New Shelburne gallery, artist working space opens Saturday
Featured in Shelburne News Oct 19 2017
"The mother-daughter duo of Gillian and Sherry Senior recently purchased the property, renovated, repainted, and will host an open house with refreshments Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.
Work by the five resident artists for the studio is already on display. In addition to Sherry Senior, a decorative painter and crafter, other artists with work at the space are Kim Senior of Shelburne, a watercolor and acrylic artist; acrylic painter Bob Arns, of Burlington; watercolor artist Jann LaBelle-Prince and mixed-media artist Johanne D. Yordan, both of Burlington."....
Sherry Senior: Finding a space for art
Featured in Shelburne News Jan 11 2018
" For almost two decades, Sherry Senior had a career as a decorative painter but recently, she decided to branch out.
Senior was looking for new studio space when the building that once housed Jane McKnight’s Shelburne law office became available. She jumped at the opportunity and opened Roadhouse Studios in October. Its name comes from a restaurant once located in the building in the 1950s or 60s when what is now Webster Road was actually part of Route 7.
Roadhouse Studios is designed as a place for artists to work individually and collectively, as well as a display space and teaching studio. It currently houses five artists: Senior, acrylic and watercolor painter Kim Senior, quilter Hope Johnson who works under the name Vermont Quilt Bee, mixed media artist Johanne Durocher Yordan, and abstract acrylic artist Bob Arns who paints under the name Mutin." .....