Linden Eller joins Working Artist Program at Canal Street Art Gallery

BELLOWS FALLS — Canal Street Art Gallery, 24 Canal St., presents Linden Eller, the newest artist to participate in the Working Artist Program. Eller’s work is on view through Dec. 8.

The artist, based in Mount Holly, says she uses mixed media and painting to create work centering around the theme of memory architecture – its process of alterations, renewals, and inaccuracies.

The Working Artist Program now provides two artist studios and exhibition spaces within the Art Gallery. Artists process their own sales and curate their own space, all during regular gallery hours. The public is invited to visit the gallery to meet working artists.

Eller uses a variety of materials, including paper, found fragments, transparencies, sewing thread, paint, pencil, ink, and pastels. She blends autobiographical narratives with collective subjects that travel a spectrum from delight to aches. Eller said she thinks of her collages and paintings as layered field recordings that represent a oneness – multiple perspectives and repetitions of the same shared story.

Born in 1984, Eller spent her youth in the urban Sonoran desert of Phoenix, Arizona, before moving to Southern California to obtain her bachelor’s degree in studio art.

She’s since lived and worked across Europe, Asia, and Oceania. Eller’s work has been published and exhibited internationally, and she works as an art educator.

Canal Street Art Gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information about the Working Artist Program or the gallery, go to, call Mike Noyes at 802-289-0104, or email [email protected].

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