Member Artists

Due to the closing of the South End store's cafe, we are temporarily suspending the South End Art Wall to be fair to our Member Artists. Our Downtown Art Wall plans to continue as normal while respecting social distancing requirements as much as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

Are you an artist and a City Market Member? We'd love to feature your art on one of our Member Artist Walls!  We feature art from a Member Artist for two month periods at both our Downtown store on the wall near Register 10 and in our South End store on the walls on either side of our cafe.  If you are interested in displaying your art, please fill out and return our Member Artist Application and submit to

March & April’s South End Member Artist: Brendan Bush

“My paintings explore color and movement as a form of deeply emotional expressionism. I eschew the concept of a consistent aesthetic, instead choosing to let experimentation with process, application and immersion in mood drive an ever-evolving style.

February & March Downtown Member Artist: Alyx Sellars

“Blessed Sustenance”

“In honor of the plants, animals, insects, flowers, elements, and people that expel endless energy to provide us with nourishment, nutrients, and full bellies.  It is too easy to forget too often how much effort it takes to grow a strawberry, tend to an apple tree, or raise a tomato plant from seed to sprout to fruit.  This series of paintings, made using acrylic paint on canvas (some pieces mixed with textiles) is an ode to all the beings that work tirelessly and with an open heart to provide us with beautiful, bountiful food.”

Alyx Sellars is happy to say she lives an artist’s dream come true.  Alyx was born in Anacortes, Washington at the ferry landing on the Puget Sound and was raised in Vermont.  After graduating high school, Alyx traveled through the Caribbean as well as Central America before attending The Evergreen State College on the West Coast.  There she studied creative writing and consciousness studies as well as receiving her yoga teaching training certificate through the Dharma Yoga Center.
While Alyx has many passions (yoga, writing, travel, etc.) visual arts has always been the driving force in her life’s work.  Alyx has drawn on her experiences, the inspiration of human nature, and her dreams to inspire her art.  She has little expectation for any particular message to be portrayed to her audience, but rather she hopes that the pieces will move an individual and expand their perspective; ultimately, to give them something they need.  Alyx believes that art is a deep, heartfelt expression that is meant to be shared, not owned or claimed.  That is why she sees her art process as making a gift.
When Alyx moved back to Vermont and started a shared family art and music studio in the garage adjacent to her apartment, her dreams became reality.  She spends her time creating and gifting with her family and dogs in her home studio as well as teaching yoga.


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January & February's South End Featured Artists - Gratitude Art Show

GRATITUDE - a group of 11 women artists share works expressing appreciation and thanks. Eighteen 16 x 20 pieces range from acrylic and watercolor painting to photography, linocut print, collage, and multi-media.


December & January's Downtown Featured Artist - Steve Sharon

Steve Sharon is an abstract painter, musician and mixed media artist living in Burlington, VT. He went to school for music at Goddard College in Plainfield, VT, and has been a musician since the age of 14. He started painting six years ago when he decided to shift some of his focus into making visual art. His paintings involve a deep and heavy process -- a method that he discovered through chance and through the drive of using the art of improvisation to create. The artist in Steve wants the viewer to look upon the paintings and come to their own conclusions as to what they see.

The prices of Steve's paintings are geared toward being attractive for everyone. He believes that owning a painting and having it in one's home for one's well-being is more important than how much one has paid for it. The value of the paintings will change over time, but the relationship between the viewer and the painting only grows. Steve's work has appeared in a growing number of professional gallery shows; and has completed private commissions a many customers.

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November & December's South End Featured Artist - Skyler Barthold

My technique is an organic free style with asymmetrical dramatic lines of bold colors. In the past I have studied a range of art Forms: clothing design, ceramics, digital and film, oil, pastel, and now currently, acrylic and spray paint. When I was 18 I apprenticed local artist Fiona Cooper Fenwick for a year, exploring plein air painting, focusing on landscapes with palette knifes and oil.

October & November's Downtown Featured Artist - Patrick "Bruno" Tracy

Patrick “Bruno” Tracy is an illustrator who graduated with a B.A. in Studio Art from the University of Vermont. Currently his work focuses on visually capturing the navigating of the chaos and eclectic nature of the creative process. He currently resides in Burlington, Vermont.

September & October's South End Featured Member Artist - Annie Caswell

Exploring my creativity with passion and introspection fuels my soul. The transformation my ideas go through from conception to completion inspires and challenges me. The photographs on canvas and paintings come from several years of traveling and working around the world. From Delivering sailboats, teaching English in Thailand, to a garden walk in Burlington, VT. Wherever you are, there is always something to capture that is beautiful, even within devastation.

August & September's Downtown Featured Artist - Bryan Briscoe

From realism to abstraction. "My art focuses on color, form and expression." I work in representation and abstraction. In my work you'll find subjects relating to my strong spiritual connections to people, nature, flora and fauna. I begin my work with expressions or titles to visually communicate."Since relocating back to the east coast in 2007, I have continued to sell original paintings and prints".Bryan Briscoe paints at his farm house studio, in the Northern Adirondack Park, in Northern NY. He is producing original watercolor and acrylic paintings. "I am presently working on concepts for large works that speak to spirituality and nature". 

July & August's South End Featured Member Artist - Susan Essex Luce

A note from Susuan: One of my favorite local landmarks is Bren Alvarez’s brilliant filing cabinet sculpture on Flynn Avenue, located on the center line of the long-ago proposed Southern Connector. There is much to appreciate about it, from its commentary on bureaucracy to its artistic design. To me, it is a neighborhood-defining landmark - the Eiffel Tower of Burlington. I love looking up and finding that nature has taken up residence in, on or around it.

June & July's Downtown Featured Member Artist - Monet Cruz

Over 3.5 billion years ago the fossil record shows the first life forms on earth emerged, 500 million years ago the first animals explored land, and 465 million years ago plants made their way onto land.  Amazingly, flowers made their first appearance on earth a mere 130 million years ago, over a hundred million years after the mass extinction of the dinosaurs. Imagine the first vibrant burst of color and fragrance in every landscape and how this modified leaf evolved into one of the most enchanting natural wonders.  Life as we know it could not have evolved without the flower, a delicate representation of the beautiful and transient nature of all life.  When I look at a flower I see a fragile impermanence, which I have explored through this series with oil, pastel, and gouache.