A film by Jay Craven (1985)
Starring Gayleen Aiken
Produced by Jay Craven and Don Sunseri
GAYLEEN explores the wonderful world of Vermont outsider artist Gayleen Aiken. Gayleen’s vivid paintings set the stage for a fantastic journey into an eccentric world of days gone by. Accompanied by her mischievous Raimbilli Cousins, 24 life-sized cardboard cutouts, Gayleen guides us through the granite quarries, lakesides and old country houses illuminated by her art. Artist, actress, prankster, puppeteer, cartoonist, dancer, musician and comedian, Gayleen is a one-of-a-kind sensation and an inspired and free-spirited “grass roots” Vermont visionary. Special screenings included The Gallery at Lincoln Center. Produced in association with the GRACE project.
For communities, towns, cities, institutions, private libraries, and state agencies that want to show the film to a public audience. Any time you are showing this film outside the confines of your institution you must buy the rights to a community screening. The director and members from the movie are also available to travel to your town and be part of a Q and A after the screening. To inquire and book a screening Click HERE.
For private screenings (in your living room). No public screening rights are given with purchase of personal use DVD. This price is not for organizations/schools or institutions.
$65—PUBLIC LIBRARY USE
For public libraries only. Private colleges and universities must buy the educational package.