SPRINGFIELD, Vt. – Many will remember Joe Tantillo who lived in Springfield some years ago and highlighted Springfield’s history and landscapes in his photographs. Three of his large photographs have been on permanent view on the outside wall of the Huber Building, in the alleyway just outside Gallery at the VAULT.
VAULT is pleased to announce that a collection of Tantillo’s Springfield photographs, “Springfield’s Machine Tool Shops and Countryside,” is now on special exhibit and for sale.
Tantillo’s graphic design work led him into the world of digital photography that has expanded his vision of the world. He creates abstracts using layers of photographic images and says that this exploration of the inner and outer world is an “exhilarating experience.”
This is your chance to own a piece of Springfield history. Stop in anytime Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Gallery at the VAULT is located on 68 Main St. in Springfield. For more information, call 802-885-7111or go to www.galleryvault.org.
Coming soon is the annual Student Art Show and VAULT’s January sale!