ADVERTISE ON OUR ONLINE CALENDAR PAGES! Call 223-5112 ext. 12 or email email@example.com for details.
Send your calendar listings to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through Sept. 24: Lucien B. Day (1916–2008) Retrospective. One of the key founders of the SoHo art movement, Day’s career spanned eight decades and his work in impressionist realism has been exhibited in countless museums and galleries. Highland Center for the Arts, Greensbor0. http://highlandartsvt.org/event/lucien-b-day-a-life-in-art-opening-reception/
Through Sept. 29: Ed Epstein and George Kurjanowicz, A Path Well Traveled. the Governor’s Gallery featuring the highly skilled Vermont duo of multidisciplinary artist Ep Epstein and sculptor George Kurjanowicz. These artists present a strong and dynamic narrative of portraiture, landscapes, and organic sculptural forms. Governors Gallery, Pavilion Building, State St., Montpelier.
Through Sept. 29: Hunter Eddy, Bridging Worlds. Paintings. Eddy has studied the techniques of traditional painting and drawing from the Renaissance and is inspired by the mastery of Caravaggio, Cézanne and Sargent. Supreme Court Gallery, State St., Montpelier.
Through Sept. 29: Ray Brown, Sixty Years of Painting. Central Vermont Medical Center, 130 Fisher Rd., Berlin. 279-6403
Sept. 9–30: Art Resource Association Exhibit. Features varied art work of Central Vermont artists including pastel, photography, watercolor, oil and acrylic. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 135 Main St., Montpelier. 223-3338
Through Sept. 30: Patrick Dunfey, Large Paintings on Paper. White River Gallery @ BALE, 35 S. Windsor St., South Royalton.
Through Sept. 30. Christine Terry. Originally from Massachusetts, Christine Terry has called Vermont her home for over forty years, occasionally taking art classes and painting a little on vacations. After retiring from her job as the School Library Media Specialist at Union Elementary School in 2010, she began weekly art classes with Sylvia Walker. She now creates cards and paintings, mostly in watercolor and pen and ink, for friends and family and has had tables at a few local craft bazaars. Recently, she completed a CCV course in acrylic painting. This is her first solo show. Exhibit open weekdays, 9am-4pm, through September. Montpelier Senior Activity Center, 58 Barre Street, Montpelier, 223-2518
Through Sept. 30: Show 20 at The Front. The Front presents the latest show-SHOW 20-by the collective gallery’s membership, with the addition of guest artist Karen Henderson, a fiber artist from Montpelier. The Front, 6 Barre St., Montpelier. www.thefrontvt.com. email@example.com
Through Sept. 30: Before Coffee Before Coffee. A selection of quirky and whimsical comics by the writer and cartoonist Sarah Leamy. Kiosk Art (information kiosk), Main St., Plainfield. www.sarahleamy.com
Through Oct. 4: Kathrena Ravenhorst-Adams. The 21 paintings in this exhibit (acrylics, watercolors, pastels and oil paint) capture a range of subjects, from plants to seasonal landscapes and detailed scenes from nature. Gifford Gallery at Gifford Medical Center, 44 S. Main St., Randolph. 728-7000.
Through Oct. 6: Connection: the Art of Coming Together. A survey of contemporary Vermont art organized by artist networks rather than aesthetics or media. Participating artists: Susan Abbott (Marshfield); George Bouret (West Pawlet); Linda Bryan (Newbury); Keith Chamberlin (St. Johnsbury); Charlie Hunter (Bellows Falls); Linda E. Jones (Burlington); Erika Lawlor Schmidt (Pawlet); Mary McKay Lower (Middlebury); Carol MacDonald (Colchester); Gabrielle McDermit (North Chittenden); Matthew Monk (Montpelier); Neil Riley (Marshfield); Joseph Salerno (Johnson); Gail Salzman (Fairfield); Jessica Scriver (Charlotte); Meri Stiles (St. Johnsbury); Thea Storz (Kirby). Mon.–Fri., 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Vermont Arts Council Gallery, 136 State St, Montpelier.
Through Oct. 7: Waxing Artistic: Encaustic and Cold Wax by Three Artists. Group show demonstrating three very different ways of using wax as an artistic medium by Alice Cheney, Kate Fetherston and Kathy Stark. Reception: Sept. 22, 6–8 p.m. Axel’s Gallery & Frame Shop, 5 Stowe St., Waterbury. 244-7801. axelsgallery.com
Sept. 8–Oct. 8: Refuge — Vermont Artists Respond. Over two dozen artists explore refuge with works that evoke home, community, habitat, nature, faith. Kent Museum, Kent Hill Rd., Calais. 223-6613. http://www.kentscorner.org/art-at-the-kent-1.html
Through Oct. 9: Social Justice in Race, Gender, Immigration, and the Environment. Each wall In the upstairs gallery will be devoted to one of four above issue areas, with both 2- and 3-D artwork exploring each question from a variety of perspectives. The exhibit includes twenty-one Vermont artists working in a variety of media, including clay, paper, painting, stone, assemblage, metal, photography, and drawing. The downstairs area will feature a large selection of photographs of recent marches, vigils, and demonstrations by Terry J. Allen, displayed along with posters, banners, and signs from those events. Goddard College, Eliot Pratt Center, Plainfield.
Sept. 29–Oct. 15: Pamela Druhen, Seasons. Threadpainting (a mixture of techniques from machine piecing to dye painting and fusing). Opening recepion and artist talk: Sept. 30, 3:30–4:30 p.m. Waitsfield United Church of Christ, Village Meeting House, 4355 Main St., Rte. 100, Waitsfield. Call for hours: 496-3065. www.waitsfieldchurch.org
Oct. 2–20: Melissa Fairgrieve, Coastal Excavation. Large, multiple-piece works in oil and graphite on paper by Johnson State College Master of Fine Arts student. Reception and artist’s talk: Oct. 3, 4–6 p.m. Johnson State College, Julien Scott Memorial Gallery at Dibden Center for the Arts, Johnson. jsc.edu/Dibden. 635-1469.
Through Oct. 21: Exposed. Curated by Rachel Moore. Exposed is in its 26th year, with outdoor sculptures sited throughout the village and on the recreation path. Exhibit is throughout the village of Stowe. Web link: http://www.helenday.com/
Main floor: Rock Solid XVII – This outstanding exhibit, run annually since 2000, showcases stone sculptures and assemblages by area artists. In addition, take the Art Stroll around downtown, historic Barre and view a variety of sculptures created from granite. (For info, go to [studioplacearts.com] and click on “visit”)
Second floor: Amended – Stitched collages by Athena Petra Tasiopoulos, recipient of the 2016-17 SPA Studio Residency.
Third floor: We’re All Fine Here – Contemporary papercut artwork by Molly Bosley.
Through Nov. 15: Nikki Eddy, The HiVE FALL PORTAL Show. Vermont artist works from her original photographs to paint bold abstract expressionistic works of art capturing sweeping movement using minimal color palettes. The HiVE (next to the Red Hen Baking Co.), 961 Route 2, Middlesex. 595-4866. www.thehivevt.com