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Through June 7: Material Flows: Rhythm in Collage and Sculpture, by Rob Hitzig, Louise LaPlante, and Brian Walters. 
Group show of collage works and sculptures that visually explores material space as rhythm, disruption, and disorder. Goddard Art Gallery in the Eliot Pratt Library, Plainfield. 322-1604.
Through June 8: Resa Blatman, Trouble in Paradise Exhibition of 17 elegantly crafted and exuberant paintings, the artist offers up a visual commentary on climate change and its increasing threat to migratory birds and other animal species. Special related programming such as free gallery talks and film screenings will be scheduled throughout the course of the show. Catamount Arts Main Gallery, St., Johnsbury. 748-2600. catamountarts.org.
Through June 10: Vermont Landscapes. 38 paintings by 19 artists, all of whom paint in Vermont. The Lamoille County Courthouse, 154 Main St, Hyde Park. bryangallery.org
Through June 16: Passages, the 2018 Area Artist Exhibit, opens with a reception at Chandler Gallery on Saturday April 28th from 5-7 pm. This open call exhibit features the work of diverse and talented artists working in all mediums from digital image making to traditional watercolors. Each artist responded to the universal theme of Passages and interpreted it with personal references and metaphors with creative and imaginative energy. The Gallery will be open Fridays from 3-6pm and Saturdays from 12-6 pm and during performances through June 16th.
May 4 – June 16: The Front, downtown Montpelier’s sole collective art gallery, presents SHOW 25, opening on Friday, March 4, 2018, 4-8 PM, in conjunction with Montpelier Alive’s Art Walk. The exhibition, running May 4 – June 16, 2018, will showcase the latest works of the gallery’s membership of Vermont-based contemporary artists. In addition, the Front will present work by guest artist Mary Admasian, a multidisciplinary artist who explores raw forms, layered spaces, and abstract perception. Learn more about Mary’s work here: https://maryadmasianart.com. Enjoy live music by composer and musician Ben Cosgrove (https://www.bencosgrove.com), light refreshments, and drinks during the May 4th opening reception. Regular gallery hours are Fridays 5 – 8 PM, Saturdays 11 AM-8 PM, and by appointment. Free and open to the public. Learn more about The Front here: www.thefrontvt.com. Contact the gallery at info@thefrontvt.com or by phone (802) 552-0877.
Through June 16: Passages, the 2018 Area Artist Exhibit. Features the work of diverse and talented artists working in all mediums from digital image making to traditional watercolors. Each artist responded to the universal theme of Passages and interpreted it with personal references and metaphors with creative and imaginative energy. Chandler Center for the Arts, 71-73 Main St., Randolph.
 May 3 – June 19: The Enigmatic Art of Endangered Alphabets at River Arts Center, 74 Pleasant Street, Morrisville, VT. The non-profit Endangered Alphabets Project, founded in 2010, flourishes on the borderlands between art and woodwork, painting and typography, linguistics and anthropology, creative design and cultural preservation, ethnography and spirituality. Originally intended to preserve some of the world’s endangered writing systems by carving them in boards of beautiful Vermont curly maple, the Alphabets have expanded to encompass artwork, poetry, sound sculpture, and furniture. Join River Arts in celebrating Tim Brooke’s work on Thursday, May 3, from 5-7pm for an Artist Talk and Reception. Free admission and refreshments, cash bar. Gallery hours: Sunday – Friday, 9a.m.-4p.m.. For off hours please call ahead. Admission is free. River Arts is physically accessible for participants who use wheelchairs or other mobility aids, and those who prefer not to use stairs. We invite you to contact us with specific accommodations you need to facilitate your experience at the galleries. Questions regarding accessibility may be addressed to Heidi at (802) 888-1261 or Heidi@RiverArtsVT.org.  For more information call (802) 888-1261 or visit their website at www.riverartsvt.org.
May 3–June 24: The Russians and Friends. A selection of paintings by four visiting artists from Russia, and some of their American friends, who recently painted together in Jeffersonville. Reception on May 6; artist roundtable 1 pm, reception 2–4 pm. Bryan Memorial Gallery, 180 Main St., Jeffersonville. bryangallery.org
Through June 28: Tom Merwin, The Effects of Bird Song on Shifting Strata. Paintings. Opening reception: April 4, 4–7 pm; Montpelier Art Walk, May 4, 4–7 pm. Vermont Supreme Court Gallery, 111 State St., Montpelier.
Through June 28: Carolyn Egeli, For the Love of Vermont. Paintings. Opening reception: April 4, 4–7 pm; Montpelier Art Walk, May 4, 4–7 pm. Governor’s Gallery, 109 State St., Montpelier. Photo ID required for entry.
May 1–June 29: Ronald Slayton, Master of Watercolor. Highlights two watercolor murals “The Last Supper” (1985) and “The Hunger Dream” (1985). Art Talk panel discussion: May 4, 5–8 pm. with Nancy Price Graff, Bobby Gosh, and Tom Slayton. T.W. Wood Gallery, Barre St., Montpelier.

Through June 29: “Artists to Watch Part II” Opens in Spotlight Gallery. The Vermont Arts Council, in partnership with Kasini House, presents “Artists to Watch Part II,” the second exhibition in a survey of contemporary Vermont art. Curator Ric Kasini Kadour, editor and publisher of Vermont Art Guide, worked with six art professionals to identify artists they believe are on the verge of doing great things. “Artists to Watch Part II” opens Friday, May 4, at the Council’s Spotlight Gallery in Montpelier. A reception for the artists and Vermont Art Guide Meet and Greet will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The exhibit will run until June 29. Part II of the exhibit is featured in Vermont Art Guide #7.

Through June 30: Stop Motion – Paintings and Drawings by Maiya Keck at Axel’s Gallery. Over a dozen of original oil and charcoal pieces by Maiya Keck are on view at Axel’s Gallery until June 30th , 2018. Her work explores both figurative and abstract themes in a gestural manner. In this series, Stop Motion, Maiya explores when motion ends and the work is suspended into a sustained image for the viewer. A reception for the artist is planned for Friday, June 8 th from 6-8pm. This event is free and open to the public. Axel’s Gallery is located at 5 Stowe Street in Waterbury (802.244.7801). The gallery is open Tuesday – Friday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm and Saturdays 10:00 – 4:00 pm.

May 2 – June 30: Common Objects & Uncommon Places – Paintings by Carrie Caouette-De Lallo. Art Exhibit Opening, Chelsea Public Library, Wed. May 2nd, 5–7 pm.   The show will include a selection of acrylics on paper, which focuses on common objects — meditations on the shape and color of a variety of fruit–as well as landscapes from her travels through the United States, Portugal and Spain.   Carrie is the founder of the Chelsea Arts Collective.  For more information call 685-2188 or see the newsletter at www.chelsealibrary.com  Refreshments will be served.
May 22 – June 30: Tell Me – Artwork by 19 local artists that explores language and communication at Studio Place Arts. Main Floor Gallery. Opening Reception:  Thurs, May 24, 5:30-7:30 pm. (802)479-7069, www.studioplacearts.com
May 22 – June 30: Beyond Words: Artworks by the Book Arts Guild of Vermont – Books can take on a language of their own, as shown in the multimedia work of this group of artists that use shape, structure, and materials to get their message across. Studio Place Arts. Second Floor Gallery. Opening Reception:  Thurs, May 24, 5:30-7:30 pm. (802)479-7069, www.studioplacearts.com
May 22 – June 30: Jack Rowell: Cultural Documentarian – Photographs from 5th generation Vermonter Jack Rowell’s 30+ year career as a photographer. Studio Place Arts. Third Floor Gallery. Opening Reception:  Thurs, May 24, 5:30-7:30 pm. (802)479-7069, www.studioplacearts.com
 June 1- July 17: Into the Light: A Group Show Featuring Dick Weis + 15 – Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne will host the exhibit Into the Light: A group show featuring Dick Weis + 15. The exhibit will open with a public reception on Friday, June 1, 6-8 pm. Dick Weis is a Professor Emeritus at Green Mountain College, Fulbright award winner and resident of Castleton, Vt. His current work features bold images in ink and watercolor, with the brushwork being evocative of Asian calligraphy. Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery is located at 86 Falls Rd, in Shelburne Village. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Friday, 9:30-5:30 and Saturdays 10-5. Additional information can be had by calling 802-985-3848, or write joan@fsgallery.com.

June 5 – July 8: El Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James) – Discover Spain’s El Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James) through the paintings of Vermont artist Susan Abbott.,this exhibition evokes the ever-changing, panoramic landscape she experienced during her transformative journey walking the historic road. Susan set out from St. Jean Pied de Port, the traditional Camino starting point on the French side of the Pyrenees, carrying a 15-pound backpack that included sketchbooks, painting supplies, and her journal. Two months and 590 miles later, she arrived on the Atlantic coast with drawings, watercolors, poems, and diaries documenting the pilgrimage. Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St., Greensboro, VT 05841, (802) 533-2000, www.highlandartsvt.com.

June 22 – August 4: Show 26 – The Front will present the work of six new members, along with that of the rest of the gallery’s membership, in the forthcoming exhibition, Show 26, opening on Friday, June 22, from 5 to 8 p.m., at 6 Barre Street in Montpelier. The event is free and open to the public, and will feature live music by Montpelier-based musician Ruth Einstein and company. Show 26 will run from June 22 to August 4; gallery hours are Fridays, 5 to 8 p.m.; Saturdays, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and by appointment. For more information about The Front’s news and events, visit thefrontvt.com.

Through August 10: Stewards of the Land: Photography by Orah Moore Studio Place Arts is presenting an exhibit, “Stewards of the Land,” by local artist Orah Moore at The Morse Block Deli (located at 260 N. Main Street, Barre).  This show of handprinted silverprint photographs is on view through August 10, 2018.  There will be an opening reception on Thurs., May 24, 5:30-6:30PM. Orah Moore is a classically trained fine art photographer and founding member of Women in Photography, a national organization. She has worked in commercial photography since 1977 including a position as a publicity photographer for PBS. She is the founder of Haymaker Press. According to Orah, “I have been studying the lifestyle of Montana ranchers, from the romantic to the mundane. I am interested in the spirit that impels them, the land that nurtures them, the storms they weather, and the livestock that supports their way of life.”

June 15, 2018 – September 8: \ re-klə-ˈmā-shən \ Curators: August Burns, Diane Feissel, and Rachel Moore. The opening reception is Friday, June 15, 5pm-7pm, and gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10-5pm. Reclamation \ re-klə-ˈmā-shən \ will feature nationally-acclaimed, contemporary figurative women artists painting women from their perspective, reclaiming and transforming the way women are portrayed. Helen Day Art Center Main Gallery. mail@helenday.com. Cost: Donations. Web link: https://www.helenday.com/exhib itions/upcoming/159-2018-reclamation

Through Sept. 30: James Peterson, Dreamcatcher. Large-scale interactive installation that was inspired by the magical ice caves of Kamchatka in Siberia. The grounds of Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, 122 Hourglass Dr., Stowe. helenday.com

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  • Opening Reception: “Sunset Park, Brooklyn”

    Opening Reception: “Sunset Park, Brooklyn”

    17:00-19:00
    2017/03/02
    Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Main Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

    Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Main Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

    March 2, 5–7 p.m.
    Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 135 Main St., Montpelier
    Exhibit of black and white photographs by Elliot Burg.
    Exhibit runs through April 20.

    by Elliot Burg

  • Opening Reception: “Sunset Park, Brooklyn”

    Opening Reception: “Sunset Park, Brooklyn”

    17:00-19:00
    2017/03/02
    Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Main Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

    Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Main Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

    5–7 p.m.

    A collection of photographs by Elliot Burg

    The Karen Kitzmiller Room & The Non-Fiction Room

    The work will be on display from March 2 – April 20, 2017.

    Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 135 Main St., Montpelier. 223-3338

    www.kellogghubbard.org

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  • Opening Reception: Ted Zilius – “Jazz and Sad”

    Opening Reception: Ted Zilius – “Jazz and Sad”

    17:00-19:00
    2017/03/09
    74 Pleasant St, Morrisville, VT, United States

    74 Pleasant St, Morrisville, VT, United States

    The Gallery at River Arts Presents
    Ted Zilius – “Jazz and Sad”
    Opening reception: March 9, 5-7pm
    On exhibit March 9 – May 9 at the River Arts Center in Morrisville – www.RiverArtsVT.org
    Gallery hours: M-Th 9-4pm, F 9-2pm
  • Opening reception: Carolyn Mecklosky

    Opening reception: Carolyn Mecklosky

    17:00-19:00
    2017/03/09
    74 Pleasant St, Morrisville, VT, United States

    74 Pleasant St, Morrisville, VT, United States

    The Common Space Gallery Presents
    Carolyn Mecklosky
    Opening reception: March 9, 5-7pm
    On exhibit March 9 – May 9 at the River Arts Center in Morrisville – www.RiverArtsVT.org
    Gallery hours: M-Th 9-4pm, F 9-2pm
  • Reception: Twinfield High School Student Art Exhibit

    Reception: Twinfield High School Student Art Exhibit

    17:00-19:00
    2017/03/09
    46 Barre Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

    46 Barre Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

    March 9, 5–7 p.m.

    The exhibit includes photography, drawings and paintings.

     

    The secondary art program at Twinfield Union School provides opportunities for students to participate in traditional art classes and independent experiences in a studio environment.  Some of the art students create personalized learning experiences through the Renaissance program.   No matter which path a student takes, art experiences at Twinfield emphasize visual problem solving, independent decision making, risk taking and creative and critical thinking.  Students engage in self-reflection and critique to learn to convey artistic intent from creator to viewer.

    The T. W. Wood Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier

    The exhibit runs through March 17.

     

    For more information contact the Gallery’s Director Ginny Callan at 802-262-6035 twwoodgallery@gmail.com or go to www.twwoodgallery.org

  • Opening Reception: Following the Rules, Breaking the Rules

    Opening Reception: Following the Rules, Breaking the Rules

    17:00-19:00
    2017/03/09
    46 Barre St, Montpelier, VT, United States

    46 Barre St, Montpelier, VT, United States

    March 9, 5–7 p.m.

    The T. W. Wood Gallery at 46 Barre St. in Montpelier, Vermont is pleased to announce an exhibit of Vermont artists work. The exhibit is titled, Following the Rules, Breaking the Rules and includes 25 works of 20 artists in pastel, acrylics, oils, photography and three dimensional pieces. Artists to be exhibited include Nitya Brighenti, Hasso Ewing, Cindy Griffith, Lysa Intrator, Joyce Kahn, Hannah Morris, Maggie Neale, Dan Neary, Jack Sabon, Sarah Spletzer and Ann Young.

    No admission fee; refreshments served

    Exhibit runs March 7–April 28

    The T.W. Wood Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier.

    For more information contact the Gallery’s Director Ginny Callan at 802-262-6035 twwoodgallery@gmail.com or go to www.twwoodgallery.org

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    • Opening Reception: Ted Zilius - “Jazz and Sad”
      Opening Reception: Ted Zilius - “Jazz and Sad”
      17:00-19:00
      2017/03/09
      74 Pleasant St, Morrisville, VT, United States
      74 Pleasant St, Morrisville, VT, United States
      The Gallery at River Arts Presents
      Ted Zilius – “Jazz and Sad”
      Opening reception: March 9, 5-7pm
      On exhibit March 9 – May 9 at the River Arts Center in Morrisville – www.RiverArtsVT.org
      Gallery hours: M-Th 9-4pm, F 9-2pm
    • Opening reception: Carolyn Mecklosky
      Opening reception: Carolyn Mecklosky
      17:00-19:00
      2017/03/09
      74 Pleasant St, Morrisville, VT, United States
      74 Pleasant St, Morrisville, VT, United States
      The Common Space Gallery Presents
      Carolyn Mecklosky
      Opening reception: March 9, 5-7pm
      On exhibit March 9 – May 9 at the River Arts Center in Morrisville – www.RiverArtsVT.org
      Gallery hours: M-Th 9-4pm, F 9-2pm
    • Reception: Twinfield High School Student Art Exhibit
      Reception: Twinfield High School Student Art Exhibit
      17:00-19:00
      2017/03/09
      46 Barre Street, Montpelier, VT, United States
      46 Barre Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

      March 9, 5–7 p.m.

      The exhibit includes photography, drawings and paintings.

       

      The secondary art program at Twinfield Union School provides opportunities for students to participate in traditional art classes and independent experiences in a studio environment.  Some of the art students create personalized learning experiences through the Renaissance program.   No matter which path a student takes, art experiences at Twinfield emphasize visual problem solving, independent decision making, risk taking and creative and critical thinking.  Students engage in self-reflection and critique to learn to convey artistic intent from creator to viewer.

      The T. W. Wood Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier

      The exhibit runs through March 17.

       

      For more information contact the Gallery’s Director Ginny Callan at 802-262-6035 twwoodgallery@gmail.com or go to www.twwoodgallery.org

    • Opening Reception: Following the Rules, Breaking the Rules
      Opening Reception: Following the Rules, Breaking the Rules
      17:00-19:00
      2017/03/09
      46 Barre St, Montpelier, VT, United States
      46 Barre St, Montpelier, VT, United States

      March 9, 5–7 p.m.

      The T. W. Wood Gallery at 46 Barre St. in Montpelier, Vermont is pleased to announce an exhibit of Vermont artists work. The exhibit is titled, Following the Rules, Breaking the Rules and includes 25 works of 20 artists in pastel, acrylics, oils, photography and three dimensional pieces. Artists to be exhibited include Nitya Brighenti, Hasso Ewing, Cindy Griffith, Lysa Intrator, Joyce Kahn, Hannah Morris, Maggie Neale, Dan Neary, Jack Sabon, Sarah Spletzer and Ann Young.

      No admission fee; refreshments served

      Exhibit runs March 7–April 28

      The T.W. Wood Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier.

      For more information contact the Gallery’s Director Ginny Callan at 802-262-6035 twwoodgallery@gmail.com or go to www.twwoodgallery.org

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  • Art and Author Night: Ancestors and Cultures

    Art and Author Night: Ancestors and Cultures

    18:00-20:00
    2017/03/10
    Jaquith Public Library, School Street, Marshfield, VT, United States

    Jaquith Public Library, School Street, Marshfield, VT, United States

     Art and Author Night: Ancestors and Cultures

    Story sharing through art and Poetry

    Friday, March 10 at 6:00. 

    6 p.m. Art opening with Carolyn Shapiro, watercolors of her ancestors “In my ancestor series, I have taken old photos of four generations of my family and have been getting to know them.  I paint them and, in some, transfer photos to try to capture some of the currents of their lives and times in which they lived.”

     

    7 p.m. Author, Michiko Oishi reads Haiku and Tanka of her life experiences. Michiko grew up in Tokyo, Japan.  She worked with refugees in Thailand and Laos and then married and came as a foreigner to the United States. She has experienced living in different countries and then the assimilation to being in the United States.   In talking with others who have moved to the United States, she began to write about her life.  She writes Haiku and Tanka in Japanese and then has them co-translated.  She has two books and will be reading from them. Refreshments will be served.

    Jaquith Public Library, School St., Montpelier

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  • Opening Reception: 3 New Shows at Studio Place Arts

    Opening Reception: 3 New Shows at Studio Place Arts

    16:00-18:00
    2017/03/18
    Studio Place Arts, North Main Street, Barre, VT, United States

    Studio Place Arts, North Main Street, Barre, VT, United States

     

    Exhibit Dates:  March 14 – April 15, 2017

    In the main floor gallery:
    Under Construction – This show is about the joining of 2 or more dissimilar media to create a finished artwork, such that one plus one equals more than two.  Assembled by Sue Higby and guest curator Mark Waskow.

    In the second floor gallery: #nomophobia, by James Secor, is about us. It is about our phones, our lives, and our memories.

    In the third floor gallery:
    Station to Station:  Artwork by Art2D2 Industries and Babelon Williams
    Paintings that use apophenia (perceiving patterns or connections in meaningless data), as well as material found in the human periphery, acrylic paint, antique text, childhood books, film stills, and random materials from our youth.

    Opening Reception:  Sat., March 18, 4-6PM

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  • The heART of Montpelier Gallery: a pop-up museum

    The heART of Montpelier Gallery: a pop-up museum

    18:00-20:00
    2017/03/21
    Montpelier City Hall, Main Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

    Montpelier City Hall, Main Street, Montpelier, VT, United States

    Kick off the ArtSynergy Master Plan for Montpelier by bringing an object that represents the reason you love your city to this pop-up “museum.” A photograph of friends, sports memorabilia, or a leaf from your favorite tree….or anything else that helps you share what makes Montpelier special.

    802-223-9604

    director@montpelieralive.org

    https://www.facebook.com/events/119176825273693/

    Free

    The Public Art Master Plan kicks off March 21 with with a “pop up” museum called “The heART of Montpelier Gallery” at City Hall, from 6 to 8 pm.

    The City of Montpelier, in collaboration with Montpelier Alive and the Community Engagement Lab, has received a $50,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to create a master plan for public art, and to commission the city’s first major public art work to be to be installed at the One Taylor Street Redevelopment Project.

    The NEA awards its “Our Town” grants to “help transform communities into lively, beautiful, resilient places with the arts at their core,” according to the organization’s website. The federal grant has been matched by a $50,000 commitment from the city, and requires an additional $50,000 in fund-raising and about $14,00 matched in inkind services, for a total budget of $164,000 over two years.

    Planning for the Montpelier ArtSynergy Master Plan will have at its heart a series of “creative visioning workshops”— led by teaching artists — which will aim to engage diverse segments of the community. The workshops will range from stand-alone events to residencies spanning up to a week and will culminate in public performances/exhibits of works the participants create. The major public artwork commissioned through the grant will be chosen through a juried competition that will solicit proposals from Vermont artists, according to Paul Gambill, founder and executive director of the Community Engagement Lab. It is likely to be installed at One Taylor Street in the spring of 2019, he said.

    “The people of Montpelier are creative, spirited and ingenious,” said Amanda Golden of Designing Local, an Ohio-based consultant whose firm has been hired to help in the planning process. The ArtSynergy Master Plan will “set the standard for how we begin to implement and enjoy public art,” she said. Public art, she added, “helps us celebrate our heritage, communicates our direction, and characterizes our sense of place.”

    The two-year-plus planning process kicks off on March 21, with a “pop up” museum called “The heART of Montpelier Gallery” a “pop-up museum” at City Hall, from 6 to 8 pm. Golden is asking residents to bring in objects that represent the reasons why they love Montpelier. “It could be a photograph of friends, sports memorabilia, or a leaf from your favorite tree,” she said.

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  • Reception: Hope Sharp, “Dance Improvisations”

    Reception: Hope Sharp, “Dance Improvisations”

    16:00
    2017/03/29
    Johnson State College, College Hill Road, Johnson, VT, United States

    Johnson State College, College Hill Road, Johnson, VT, United States

    A thesis exhibit of art by Johnson State College Master of Fine Arts student Hope Sharp will be displayed March 20-31 in the Julian Scott Memorial Gallery at Johnson State College.

    The exhibit, “Dance Improvisations,” and a reception at the gallery at 4 p.m. March 29 are both free to the public. The reception will feature a talk by Sharp and a dance performance.

    Sharp, a Montpelier-based figurative painter, created the series of large-scale oils on linen and canvas while watching dancers perform live hip hop, jazz, ballet and other movements.

    Sharp is artist-in-residence at Contemporary Dance and Fitness Studio in Montpelier.  Her formal painting training includes B.F.A. studies at Pratt Institute. She has had residencies at Vermont Studio Center and Studio Incamminati in Philadelphia.

    Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. The gallery is also open during performances at Dibden Center for the Arts.

    For more information, visit jsc.edu/Dibden or call 635-1469.

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