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Jud Hartmann Gallery

6 Main Street, Grafton, VT 05146
+1 802-843-2018
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Don't miss this galary

We were fortunate to meet Jud and have the opportunity to visit with him for a good length of time... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2017
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Amazing sculptor

The work of Jud Hartmann is outstanding and if you are lucky you get to meet the artist (unless he... read more

Reviewed 22 March 2016
Vermont, USA
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13 Feb 2017
“Don't miss this galary”
22 Mar 2016
“Amazing sculptor”
6 Main Street, Grafton, VT 05146
+1 802-843-2018
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Reviewed 13 February 2017

We were fortunate to meet Jud and have the opportunity to visit with him for a good length of time. We are from the Southwest and have been interested in Indian art, history and culture for decades and have knowledge of the tribes and art...More

Thank pwed
Reviewed 22 March 2016

The work of Jud Hartmann is outstanding and if you are lucky you get to meet the artist (unless he is at his gallery in Maine) who specializes in pieces that depict Native Americans.

1  Thank VermontTeacher44
Reviewed 6 December 2015

It feels like the sculptures he made brought back Native American culture for that moment I was there. The statues are very life like and being surrounded by them made the experience feel immersive. The highlight of the experience was being able to talk to...More

1  Thank Ha L
Reviewed 19 October 2015

We stopped for a look at Jud's work after being recommended by a friend. The gallery is packed with his amazing bronzes of east coast native americans, along with a really helpful narrative. We had a brief chat with Jud who explained a number of...More

1  Thank jims86
Reviewed 12 May 2015

This gallery is a MUST SEE if you are anywhere near Grafton, any season but summer when the artist moves to his Maine home and gallery. If you are fortunate, you will be able to watch Mr. Hartmann apply his remarkable skills to a work-in-progress,...More

2  Thank ambermom
Reviewed 10 February 2015

I met Jud Hartmann at a cross country ski facility. He helped me up after I fell and gave me some lessons on how not to fall. Had a great conversation about his art and sculptures. So talented and interesting. If you have the opportunity...More

1  Thank Lynne P
Reviewed 14 October 2014

This place has to be experienced to believe it. The artist, Jud Hartmann makes brass sculptures of Eastern states Native Americans. Most native American sculpture is from the west. He is self taught, and while you are there he will explain the making process and...More

1  Thank Debbie C
Reviewed 21 November 2013

As magnificent as Jud is as a sculptor, he is equally accomplished as an historian whose narrative is expressed beautifully both through his hands, his heart and his eloquent explanations. His knowledge of the Woodland Indians of the Northeast, their habits, lifestyles, even personalities is...More

1  Thank Ted C
Reviewed 21 October 2011

We stopped in at the Jud Harmann Gallery while in Grafton, VT and it was a highlight of our time in Vermont. His work is amazing; the sculptures' express such emotion, movement and realism that you have to touch them to believe its bronze. Even...More

4  Thank drstretch2
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