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Saturday, June 21st on the eve of summer solstice! 7 to 9 pm

The Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum invites you to an enchanted evening of music, art and chocolate delights.

Surrender to the romantic music of the Gilded Age at Ventfort Hall as Hillary Herndon and Jennifer Muniz perform works by LeBeau, Brahms, Vasilenko and the passionate finale of Astor Piazolla's Le Grand Tango.

The evening continues with the unveiling of Tango! a new bronze sculpture by Andrew DeVries...and then! mingle with artists and friends while enjoying the sumptuous delight of a champagne and chocolate reception hosted by famed chocolatier Joshua Needleman of Chocolate Springs Café.

Seating is limited! Call Ventfort Hall today to make your reservations for this special event. 413-637-3206
Reservations are $25 per person. A portion will be used to continue the restoration of Ventfort Hall.



Second in The Series:
Dancing With The Wind


Dancing With The Wind (left) is the second entry in Andrew's 'hanging bronze' series, begun in 2011 with his work Into The Light (now sold out) and designed to suggest a defience of gravity! A thin wisp of bronze fabric swirls upward around her body. The dancer joyfully sheds her bonds from the earth capturing that moment of complete freedom. This, the first in an edition of 12, made her debut at our gallery holiday reception and has already been purchased. The second in the edition is cast and will be finished soon says Andrew.


Andrew lectures to the Grove School Assembly

Andrew with Richard Chorney, President of the Grove School

Lecture at The Grove School, Madison CT


In mid march Andrew was invited by Richard Chorney (pictured w/ Andrew at left), president of the Grove School in Madison, CT, to present a lecture to the general assembly of students and to give a workshop for the students in their sculpture class.

Andrew's lecture focused on his background and training as an artist, and included anecdotes from his career in the world of sculpture. The students were thrilled to see the source metal Andrew uses, as a heavy bronze ingot was passed along and with the help of one student Andrew unveiled his large This Man who Flies – which was followed by an outburst of enthusiastic applause by the gathering. The question and answer portion of the talk was both insightful and humorous as one can expect from Andrew!

The sculpture workshop revolved around the process of making life molds and plaster castings of each student's hands. It was a lively and exciting day for all involved!.


Special Edition Bronze:
Blind Destiny


Blind Destiny (left) is a new, special edition (limited to four) of Andrew's recent work Destiny with the added element of a blindfold covering the eyes of the dancer. This addition lends a mystery to the work - leaping off into the unknown. Andrew has forever felt pulled by his own artistic destiny coupled with the faith that his creative visions will guide him on his life’s journey. “In many ways this version of Destiny is the story of my life” exclaims the artist.

Three Different Note card Sets!

Andrew is now offering 3 different note card sets: a pastel series featuring Angels, a series of bronze Dance Sculptures and a pastel series based on sketches created in Dance Studios. These make excellent gifts to share your love of Andrew's work with friends. Call the studio with questions or to order!

(Click here to see a slide show of Andrew's Angel Pastels)

(Click here to see a slide show of Andrew's Dance Pastels)


Sheri Miller Bedau filming at
Andrew's Homage to Dance installation



Video Documentary: Andrew DeVries

Direct-Produce videographer Sheri Miller Bedau is now at work on a thirty minute documentary about Andrew targeted for broadcast on Public Television. In this capacity, she will be filming many of Andrew’s installations, demonstrations and openings coming up in the year ahead, as well as interviewing friends, clients and associates that have been a vital part of Andrew’s career.

Sheri hails from Attleboro, Massachusetts. Making flip book animations at age 8 her love for the moving image was apparent and Sheri went on to study film and animation at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Sheri has created promos and corporate videos for various clients and documentaries for PBS. We look forward to working with Sheri in a fun filled year ahead as she documents Andrew’s career as an internationally known sculptor.

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