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EXHIBITS

Through Feb. 20: Hidden Surprise. Clay masks by Janice Walrafen. Expressions of feelings on the artist’s journey to wholeness. They are made of clay and decorated with natural materials, beads, and thread. Montpelier Senior Activity Center, 58 Barre St., Montpelier.

Through Feb. 21: Binta Colley, It’s All in the Details: Botanical Illustrations (and More). Julian Scott Memorial Gallery at Northern Vermont University-Johnson. NorthernVermont.edu

Through Feb. 23: The Way We See It: Social [In]Justice. A group show highlighting the work of four artists that are responding to their own view of social injustice—be it racism, sexism, religious discrimination, or genocide. Participating artists include Kate Longmaid, Ann Young, Michelle Saffran and Jerry Ralya. Axel’s Gallery, Stowe St., Waterbury.

Through Feb. 28: Jaquith Invitational Art Show. Works in a variety of media by 17 local artists. Jaquith Public Library, Old Schoolhouse Common, 122 School St., Marshfield. 426-3581

Through Feb. 28: Aspects of the Universe. Paintings in acrylic and watercolor by Marina Sprague of Chelsea Vermont. www.chelsealibrary.com  802-685-2188

Through Feb. 28: Cheshire Cat’s in-house artists. Lucy Ferrada presents her whimsical hand-painted wooden bowls. Dawn McConnell presents her colorful, painted stoneware. The Cheshire Cat, 28 Elm St., Montpelier. cheshirecatclothing.com

Through March 1: Winter Juried Exhibit. This exhibit highlights an eclectic group of 26  local Vermont artists. Work includes paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture, fiber arts, and jewelry. The show brims with works by Barbara Bendix, Robert Chapala, Cindy Griffith, Kate Longmaid, Kenneth Saxe and Ann Young and many others. The exhibit was juried by Jurors for Mary Admasian, Elliott Bent and Linda Mirabile. T W Wood Gallery. 46 Barre Street, Montpelier. For more information contact the Gallery’s Director Ginny Callan at 802-262-6035, info@twwoodgallery.org or visit www.twwoodgallery.org

Through March 1: Axel Stohlberg, Abstract Vermont. Paintings, drawings, collage. The Gallery at Central Vermont Medical Center, Berlin.

Through March 2: Scrap Yard: Drawings by Mark Heitzman. An exhibit of 10 large-scale graphite or charcoal drawings of tools and other objects, including a tire iron, the bottom of an ancient oil can, and a drill bit, completed from 2004-15.  On display at The Morse Block Deli, located 260 N. Main Street, Barre.  For info:  www.studioplacearts.com

Through March 2: The Art of the Portrait, August Burns. The exhibition is a rare opportunity for the public to view paintings from this outstanding Vermont Artist. 5031 Main Street, Waitsfield. 496-6682

Through March 9: The Front presents SHOW 30. Recent works by the membership of Montpelier’s sole collective art gallery. 6 Barre St., Montpelier. info@thefrontvt.com

Through March 12: Northern Vermont University-Lyndon Community Art Exhibit. Theme is “To B or Not to B,” and all artwork must relate to the letter “b” in some way. NVU-Lyndon, Quimby Gallery, Lyndonville. NorthernVermont.edu

March 5–27: 9th annual Mt Abe Emerging Artists Show. Mt Abe High School students in grades 9-12 were invited to submit their work on the basis of their artistic talent and dedication to creating art as well as their potential as future artists. The mediums represented will include painting, photography, jewelry, ceramics, and others. Opening reception: March 5, 3:30–4:30 pm. Art on Main, 25 Main St., Bristol.

Through March 28: Ryan Geary, Ascent (Part One: Eulogy). A collection of 2D and 3D collages. River Arts Center, Copley Common Room, 74 Pleasant St., Morrisville. www.riverartsvt.org.

Through March 29: Close to the Cloth. Textile exhibit featuring the work of Barbara Bendix, Karen Henderson, Stephanie Krauss, Skye Livingston, Kate Ruddle, and Neysa Russo. Opening reception: March 7, 5–7 pm. The T.W. Wood Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier. twwoodgallery.org.

Feb. 26–March 30: The Body Stops Here: Keiko Narahashi and Sarah Peters. Combines the artists’ respective formations of bodies and parts of bodies—in particular, heads and faces. Works in various media. Opening reception: Feb. 26, 6–8 pm. Usdan Gallery, Bennington College. bennington.edu

Through April 7: Precarious Magic: The Paintings of Kate Emlen. Painted scenes of the fields and forests of Vermont and the coast of Maine. Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St., Greensboro. www.highlandartsvt.org

Through April 9: A People’s History. A solo collage exhibition by Vanessa Compton featuring 23 collages on the birth, development, and destiny of our nation. Barre Opera House, 6 N. Main St., Barre. www.barreoperahouse.org

Through April 19: Thom Egan, On Making Pictures. Wood block prints, lithographs, and colored low reliefs.  River Arts Center, 74 Pleasant St., Morrisville. www.riverartsvt.org.

March 5–April 26: Ray Brown and Toby Bartles, Steps on a Journey—An Exhibit of Two Vermont Painters. Both artists share much in common with the second generation abstract expressionists, as they both draw influence for painterly choices from immediate surroundings such as landscape or architecture to create inner meaning. Opening reception: March 7, 5–7 pm. The T. W. Wood Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier. 262-6035. twwoodgallery.org

Through June 1: Thomas Waterman Wood: The Master Copies. The T.W. Wood Gallery in Montpelier, VT announces an upcoming exhibit of Thomas Waterman Wood’s Master Copies. This exhibit is a selection of Wood’s master copies from the T.W. Wood Art Gallery collection. While Wood was in Europe he fell in love with the paintings of the European Masters, including Rembrandt and Turner.Following current fashion, Wood copied paintings to learn techniques from the masters. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday 12:00-4:00 pm and by appointment. The Gallery is located at 46 Barre Street at the Center for Arts and Learning in Montpelier, VT. For more information contact the Gallery’s Director Ginny Callan at 802-262-6035, info@twwoodgallery.org or visit www.twwoodgallery.org

June 22–Aug. 24: West Gallery: Composing Form. This group exhibition of contemporary sculptors working in ceramics highlights both figurative and abstract work that is both poetic and humorous, referencing human history, intervention and experience. Opening reception: June 22, 5–7 pm. Helen Day Art Center, 90 Pond St., Stowe. helenday.com

Through Dec. 21: 200 Years—200 Objects. An exhibition celebrating Norwich University’s bicentennial. Curated to include objects from the museum collection, as well as documents and images from Archives and Special Collections, that reflect and retell the university’s 200-year history. Opening reception, Feb. 15, 4–6 pm. Norwich University Sullivan Museum and History Center, Northfield. norwich.edu

 

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September
Sun Sep 0 3

Vermont Holocaust Memorial’s exhibit

1994 Mountain Rd, Stowe, VT 05672, USA
1994 Mountain Rd, Stowe, VT 05672, USA

St. John’s in the Mountains Episcopal Church is thrilled to be sharing a special one day, community-wide showing of the Vermont Holocaust Memorial’s exhibit:

From Generation to Generation …We Are Here! Honoring lives lost and stories of survival

Sunday September 3rd from 11am – 2pm.

Following the exhibit’s opening at JCOGS (Jewish Community of Greater Stowe,) and as a part of the Greater Stowe Interfaith Coalition and Community for Human Rights and Dignity, St. John’s is proud to be carrying forward the important lessons learned from the Holocaust. They are committed to encouraging and supporting a community in which we are all one.

Knowledge is the most powerful tool in the fight against ignorance, intolerance and fear. By sharing stories of survival, and teaching their invaluable lessons learned, the Vermont Holocaust Memorial (a 501(c)(3) charitable organization) envisions a time when prejudice, bigotry and hate are replaced by respect for all. Additional information can be found on the organization’s website: holocaustmemorial-vt.org.

St. John’s in the Mountains Episcopal Church is a community of faith located at 1994 Mountain Road (at the crossroads of the Mountain Road and Luce Hill Road), Stowe, Vermont. For more information about St. John’s, please visit the website: stjohsinthemountains.org.

Thu Sep 2 8

Bessie Drennan Exhibit Days

Thur. Sept. 28 through Sun. Oct. 1 : Fall foliage art exhibit, craft fair of local creative craftspeople, local farmers vegetables & homemade soups, sandwiches & pies!  Now in its 42nd year, this popular event features paintings of Bessie, primitive artist from the early 1900’s, whose numerous works have been compared to Granma Moses.  Located at South Woodbury Church on Route 14: 10:30 to 4 except Sun., 11 to 3.

Fri Sep 2 9

Bessie Drennan Exhibit Days

Thur. Sept. 28 through Sun. Oct. 1 : Fall foliage art exhibit, craft fair of local creative craftspeople, local farmers vegetables & homemade soups, sandwiches & pies!  Now in its 42nd year, this popular event features paintings of Bessie, primitive artist from the early 1900’s, whose numerous works have been compared to Granma Moses.  Located at South Woodbury Church on Route 14: 10:30 to 4 except Sun., 11 to 3.

Fri Sep 2 9

The Royal Frog Ballet: Surrealist Cabaret

The Royal Frog Ballet returns to Feast and Field Market this fall with their Surrealist Cabaret, a glittering, contemplative, and hilarious performance set in the hills and dells of Barnard at sunset. The outdoor performance and installation event walks the audience through farm landscape where they encounter a surreal collection of short stories, dance, installation pieces, and roving characters that explore and celebrate themes of season, place, and what it means to be human in these times. It is a folky, comedic, and deeply thought-provoking evening for all ages.

Outdoor performances of The Surrealist Cabaret will take place at Feast and Field Market in Barnard, VT, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday September 29th, 30th, and October 1st. The tour continues to Park Hill Orchard in Easthampton, MA Friday through Sunday on October 13, 14, 15, and October 20, 21, 22. All performances begin promptly at 5:00 pm. Please arrive early.

Sat Sep 3 0

Bessie Drennan Exhibit Days

Thur. Sept. 28 through Sun. Oct. 1 : Fall foliage art exhibit, craft fair of local creative craftspeople, local farmers vegetables & homemade soups, sandwiches & pies!  Now in its 42nd year, this popular event features paintings of Bessie, primitive artist from the early 1900’s, whose numerous works have been compared to Granma Moses.  Located at South Woodbury Church on Route 14: 10:30 to 4 except Sun., 11 to 3.

Sat Sep 3 0

The Royal Frog Ballet: Surrealist Cabaret

The Royal Frog Ballet returns to Feast and Field Market this fall with their Surrealist Cabaret, a glittering, contemplative, and hilarious performance set in the hills and dells of Barnard at sunset. The outdoor performance and installation event walks the audience through farm landscape where they encounter a surreal collection of short stories, dance, installation pieces, and roving characters that explore and celebrate themes of season, place, and what it means to be human in these times. It is a folky, comedic, and deeply thought-provoking evening for all ages.

Outdoor performances of The Surrealist Cabaret will take place at Feast and Field Market in Barnard, VT, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday September 29th, 30th, and October 1st. The tour continues to Park Hill Orchard in Easthampton, MA Friday through Sunday on October 13, 14, 15, and October 20, 21, 22. All performances begin promptly at 5:00 pm. Please arrive early.

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