GLT Art Show at Lost Acres Vineyard open through November 27

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The Granby Land Trust’s 15th juried art show is underway at Lost Acres Vineyard. In this photo, Laura Eden paints plein air for the first GLT Art Show in 2006. Photo by Peter Dinella

Immerse yourself in New England’s natural beauty at the Granby Land Trust’s 15th annual juried art show, open through Sunday, Nov. 27, at Lost Acres Vineyard, 80 Lost Acres Road in North Granby. Gallery hours are Friday and Saturday from 12 to 6 p.m., Sunday from 12 to 5 p.m.

This show, held in partnership with the Granby Artists Association, draws work from artists across the region—all inspired by New England’s natural beauty. All art is available for purchase, with a portion of sales benefiting the Granby Land Trust.

This year’s show was juried by Natalie DeQuarto, assistant curator at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury. The Granby Land Trust show is highly selective and only the best art is chosen.

GLT hopes everyone can find some time to enjoy this beautiful and diverse collection of fine art in one of Granby’s most beautiful settings.

The Land Trust is grateful to all its award underwriters and particularly to its event sponsors: Mark Wetzel of Fiducient Investment Advisors, LLC and Ted Cormier of ALIRT Insurance Research, LLC for their ongoing, loyal support of the show.

The Granby Land Trust protects nearly 3,000 acres of open space, forests, wildlife habitat, agricultural land, water buffers, ecologically sensitive areas and scenic vistas in Granby. To learn more about the work of the Granby Land Trust or to learn about other upcoming GLT events, visit and follow us on social media.