Art Hop at the Green Door Studio, 2007


Friday night crowd at the Green Door Studio


The Green Door Studio was a main attraction for many Art Hop goers once again. Six bands set up outside on the patio, playing non-stop from 7:00 until 11:00, while member artists displayed their work inside the gallery and studios. In an unofficial poll, the Green Door was named "the most happenin' place" for the second year in a row. You can read more about Art Hop in Lauren Ober's article in the Free Press.


patio band
While live music filled the outdoor patio...


inside gallery
... inside exhibits featured a wide variety of art...


... some stopped to take a closer look...
taking a closer look


... and in the alley, Drew Luan Matott and John La Falce deep fried books...
deep frying books


This was the fourth performance of Deep Fried Books, the first in Burlington. For a video clip of the "frying" be sure to check out the Burlington Free Press web site.


... while Elisabeth Howland staged her interactive canvas 'What Do You Have to Lose'.

What Do You Have to Lose?


The Green Door was also the site of a papermaking demonstration and workshop Saturday afternoon.


Three young art hoppers learn to make their own paper on the outside patio...


Pulp painting
... while Drew Matott engaged pedestrians with pulp painting to focus on the issue of gloabal warming.


Art Hop at Green Door Studio