We’re 20 Years Young!

A Little History of NEK Artisans Guild

     In 1997 a group of seven local artisans united to establish a venue to show  and sell their work as well as other artisans in St. Johnsbury and Caledonia County area.  Originally adopting the name Kingdom Handi- works the group grew to 10 and now proudly features the work of more than 100 juried Vermont members.  New talents are always welcome to join. Focused on traditional crafts married to a contemporary world, we show a wide selection of handcrafted work in a variety of styles and techniques including basket weaving, clay, fiber, jewelry, glass, metal, paper and wood.  Fine art is included in an assortment of media, including oil, watercolor, prints, photography and mixed media.

20 Years of Hard Work
5 of the Original Members, Mary Simpson, Suzie Duckett, Amanda Weisenfeld, Norma St. German, Joan Harlowe

In 2003 we added The Back Room Gallery as an exhibition space featuring solo or collaborative art exhibitions.   View our  Back Room Gallery Page to see what is showing now–exhibits change every six week.

Polar Bear & Cub (on ice floe) by Sue Carey

 Come in and shop for that handmade treasure that is as special as the one you love.

 The Northeast Kingdom Artisans Guild is located downtown in the St. Johnsbury Historical District, an area filled with grand Victorian buildings, including the world renown Athenaeum and Library, the Fairbanks Natural History Museum and Planetarium, and the old Train Station, which is home to the Welcome Center and Chamber of Commerce.  Stroll down the street, and look for the purple awning, at 430 Railroad Street.

The store and gallery are open six days a week, 10:30-5:30 Mondays through Saturdays.

During the holidays the Guild is open every day