, who has curated the show for the last six years, says she
enjoys working within the community to display the sculptures.
"Stowe is a unique and beautiful area to work within," says McDevitt, who teaches sculpture at the University of Vermont.
"It is a joy and a challenge to find ways to exhibit works in the outdoors."
For the first time, however, McDevitt
has curated an indoor exhibit for "Exposed!
This allowed her
to display works by more artists and also to exhibit works that would not be suitable for outdoor display.
, of Johnson, sent out a "call to artists" in January.
By April, she
worked with a committee to narrow 50 applicants down to 34.
"I love curating this exhibit because it gives people who might not otherwise interact with art the opportunity to get close to it," says McDevitt
"It's a way to get people thinking about art in their daily lives."
The indoor component to "Exposed!
, has been a great opportunity for her
to utilize the space in the Helen Day Arts Center.
"I hope we can continue to exhibit 'Exposed!' inside as well as outside," says McDevitt
"As a curator, I like the different workspaces.