The Fishers’ Barn

The Fishers’ Barn, built by Milton Bostwick before 1865, is reputedly the oldest three-story four-bay barn in the town of Meredith. Having undergone several modifications over the years, the current barn is known for the gallery on the top level with its west wall of glass.

Fishers' Barn Interior Fishers' Barn Interior
Fishers' Barn Gallery Fishers' Barn Gallery
Fishers' Barn Pond Fishers' Barn Pond
Fishers' Barn Exterior Fishers' Barn Exterior

 

This is the fourth year of the barn’s transformation into a gallery. This year we will host returning artists Christine Alexander, Barbara Ardan, Sinejan and William Buchina, Charles and Martha Bremer, Richard Kathmann, Bill Lee, and Adam Scudder. Elissa Gore will again take over the goat shed (the goats are being sent on an expense-paid trip to a goat luxury weekend retreat). We are excited to announce four new artists who will be showing in the middle level of the barn. Welcome to Richard Birkett, Erik Halvorson, Judith Mills and Richard Kirk Mills.

We are also very happy to inform you of the return of The Tulip and the Rose Café with their grill and famous gyros and baklava. There will be tables, chairs and umbrellas placed around the grounds and by the pond for you to relax and enjoy the artists, the food and the views. We look forward to seeing you at the intersection of Warren Road and County Highway 14.

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