The Hall Art Foundation is opening a gallery space in a converted dairy farm in Southern Vermont.
Solo presentations of work by Georg Baselitz, A. R. Penck, Neil Jenney and Edward Burtynsky will be on view for the inaugural installation.
Lexington Farm was built by Elisha W. Watkins in the early 1800’s, and was operated as a dairy farm until the 1980s. The property consists of a stone farmhouse, cow barn, horse barn and tractor barn, grouped together at the southern extremity of the village of Felchville (also known as Reading). The farmhouse and barns are situated next to a waterfall on a tributary of the Black River, and are surrounded by pastures, hayfields and extensive woodland.
The Hall Art Foundation in Reading, Vermont is open to the public by appointment only. At this time, appointments for small groups are available on Sundays at noon and 2 pm.
Please contact email@example.com or leave a message at +1 802 952 1056 with the date and time of your desired visit and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
All visitors will be accompanied by a guide.
Group tours are limited to 12 persons.
Children under 12 years of age are welcome at our discretion.
Admission is free. Donations will be forwarded to a local charitable organization.
Additional Parking is available north on Route 106, just over the bridge and across the road. No street parking is allowed.