Pine Street Art Works

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Pine Street Art Works is a privately owned art gallery and store, in Burlington, Vermont, showing 20th and 21st century painting and photography, as well 20th century posters, chromolithographs and assorted works on paper.

The 2,500-square-foot (230 m2) gallery is located in a former factory, which was built during the mid 20th century, to dress fibers and bristles for brooms and brushes.[1] The creation of the gallery involved renovation of the interior, leaving the exterior as it was.

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  1. ^ John Landry (11/6/06). "Putting the art in artifact". the Vermont Cynic. Retrieved 2007-10-21. Even the gallery itself is an artifact. Pine Street Art Works' space previously belonged to the A.L. Whiting factory, and a table remnant from the company's production space was on display, the table, from the factory (which made bristles from natural fibers like animal hair), exemplifies how the seemingly mundane can become an artifact of Americana.  Check date values in: |date= (help)

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Coordinates: 44°28′05″N 73°12′53″W / 44.46804°N 73.21477°W / 44.46804; -73.21477