From the beginning, the strong emphasis on quality crafts was upheld by the resident craftsmen, who were jury members for the gallery. “The craftsmen had to agree that a craft belonged in the gallery,” said Dick Wissler, Frog Hollow's first resident artisan.“The intention was to keep the quality of the work at a high enough caliber such that we would eventually get a reputation for being serious purveyors of good art work.”
The jury process is different from a gallery or a commercial shop in that there is is a group jury system, and all work is seen and handled by jurors, not viewed through slides.
To receive more information about standards and guidelines for artisan membership, contact Rachel Teachout, Gallery Manager at 802-863-6458 or email directly at froghollowmanager [at] gmail.com
Note: Frog Hollow is now accepting applications in fine art, glass, jewelry, and furniture. Applications will be accepted through February 28, 2019.