|2012 Members: (Click on highlighted name to see their web page) Celia Aberman | Bill Allard | Rosalie Allard | Arlene Baird | Kenneth Bassett | Carolyn Beaulieu | Doris Bergeron | Roxanne Bieber | Judith Black-Tiplady | Joyce Borthwick-Leslie | Jennifer Borthwick-Leslie | Sally Brabham | Paula Bradley | Jennifer Buckner | Greta Busch | Connie Cassevaugh | Heidi Chamberlain | June Chamberlain | Alice Dunn | Bailey Farrell | Linda Forrer | Biffie Gallant | Sam Gibson | Anne Hamilton | Maurie Harrington | Mary Jane Healy Linda James | Ginger Johnson | Sandra Lambert | Susan Larkin | Denise Limoge | Marie Limoge | Patti Malone | Emily Martel | George Mitchell | Ann Page | Jeannie Peterson | Paul Petro | Carol Poirier | Jeanine Pratt | Sandy Reese | Jessica Remmey | Judy Rooney | Adrienne Rosenberg | Raven Schwan-Noble | Ethel Sheldon | Lynn Soule | Susan Stokes | Karen Townsend| Michelle Turbide | Kay Webb | Katya Wilcox | Judy Wiley|
For the Minutes of CIAO's Board of Directors click here.
For the forms and instructions required to Register for the 2013 Show and to Identify your work click here.
The Champlain Islands Artists’ Organization’s mission is to support and promote the artists and artisans of the Lake Champlain Islands in Northern Vermont. CIAO was founded in 2005 originally to host a members’ exhibition and sale each summer. These shows, a website and a growing number of workshops and information meetings further CIAO’s goal of creating a stimulating environment for local artists, encouraging them to achieve their potential. It is also CIAO’s hope to make the Champlain Islands a destination for those who appreciate a variety of fine art and artisanal works.
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