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Through Feb. 17: Kathy Stark, Mostly White. Series of paintings. Axel’s Gallery, 5 Stowe St., Waterbury. 244-7801.

Through Feb. 21: Allison Clayton. The 23 photographs in this exhibit include quiet shots of the natural world and capture scenes from throughout Vermont and New England. Gifford Gallery, 44. S. Main St., Randolph. 728-7000.

 Through Feb. 23: Susan Abbott, Warm Places. T.W. Wood Art Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier.

Through Feb 23: Axel Stohlberg, Abstraction Around Me/f 7 Photography Group, Seven Ways of SeeingArtist talk: Feb. 2, 5:30–7  pm followed by Q&A with f 7  group. T.W. Wood Art Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier.

Through Feb. 24: SHOW 23 @ the Front. The Front celebrates the opening of the collective gallery’s latest show, Show 23 by contemporary Vermont artists, including guest artist Jeanne Thurston. Reception: Feb. 2, 4–8 pm. 6 Barre St., Montpelier.

Through Feb. 25: Justin Kenney, The Parley of the Curve. Kenney’s imagery represents architecture of society in opposition with nature. The Gallery at River Arts, 74 Pleasant St., Morrisville. 888-1261.

Feb. 2–Feb.28: Kimberley Forney, Colorful Expressions. Forney finds inspiration among the landscape, within music, animals, people, and her daily experiences. Reception: Feb. 2, 4–8 pm. The Cheshire Cat, 28 Elm St., Montpelier. 223-1981.

Through Feb. 28: Nitya Brighenti, Light and Shadows. Paintings. ArtWalk reception, Feb. 2, 4:30–8 pm. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, 135 Main St., Montpelier. 223-3338

Through Feb. 28: Jaquith Invitational Group Art Show. Jaquith Public Library, 122 School St. RM 2, Marshfield. 426-3581.

Through March 2: Post-Apocalyptic Woodcuts by Peter Schumann of Bread and Puppet Theater.Opening reception: Feb. 3, 2–5 pm. White River Gallery @ BALE, 35 S. Windsor St., S. Royalton. 498-8438.

Through March 5: Art from Behind Bars: An exhibit of works by Vermonters in prison. Over the course of eight months Vermonters for Criminal Justice Reform put out a call to artists who have been or are currently incarcerated. Vermont State House cafeteria, Montpelier.

Feb. 12–March 9: Jason Eckenroth, Chase. A multimedia yarn mural and video poem that explores contemporary anxieties through the character of a rabbit. Reception and artist’s talk: Feb. 15, 3–5 pm. Julian Scott Memorial Gallery in the Dibden Center for the Arts at Johnson State College. edu/Dibden. 635-1469.

Through March 17: Three new shows at Studio Place Arts.Reception: Feb. 3, 3–5 pm. 201 N. Main St., Barre.

Main floor gallery: Golden—An exhibit with works in a variety of media by 20 local artists exploring the many aspects of aging.

Second floor gallery: Shape Shifting by Rosalind Daniels. Photographs of abstracted shapes and light.

Third floor gallery: Shockwave—A collection of dynamic art and poetry by contributors to Shockwave Magazine, an arts collective through Community Developmental Services at Washington County Mental Health Services.

Through March 30: Linda Mirabile, Avian Inspired. Images of birds are painted on birch panel or watercolor paper with acrylics. Pavilion Office Building, 109 State St., 5th fl. Montpelier. Photo ID is required for admission.

Through March 30: Claire Van Vliet, Sky and Earth. Pulp paintings created from 1995 to 2011. Artwalk, Feb. 2, 4–7 pm. Vermont Supreme Court Gallery, 111 State St., Montpelier.

Feb. 12–March 30: “Wake up to Dying” Multi-Media Art and Resource Exhibit. Inspired by the travelling exhibit created by Nina Thompson, local end-of-life pioneer and founder of the Wake up to Dying Project, MSAC is pleased to hang images and writing samples as a means of raising awareness and contemplation. A 90-minute audio-loop of personal stories about end of life will be available for listening, or you can find them online at This exhibit will also have contemplative hands-on activities, such as writing and posting your answers to questions like: How might you live differently if you paid more attention to the fact that you’re going to die? Montpelier Senior Activity Center, 58 Barre St., Montpelier. 223-2518

Feb. 27–March 30: The Central Vermont Watercolor Society Exhibit. Includes works of Terry Hodgdon, Susan Bull Riley, Michael Ridge, and more. Opening reception: March 1, 5–7 pm. T.W. Wood Art Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier. 262-6035.

Feb. 2–April 10: Alexy J. Lanza, From the Death of One Star/Por La Muerte De Una Estrella. A series of 20 large woodcut prints based on ancient Mayan glyphs. Opening reception and artist’s talk: Feb. 2, 4:30–5:45 pm. Goddard Art Gallery in the Eliot Pratt Library, Pitkin Rd., Plainfield. 322-1604.

Through April 14: Grace DeGennaro/Anne Lilly, Ordinary Time. Paintings and kinetic sculpture. Helen Day Art Center, 90 Pond St., Stowe. 253-8358.

Through April 14: Philip Herbison, The Infinite Shapes of Water. Large abstract photographs of water. Opening reception/artist talk: Feb. 9, 5:30 pm. Helen day Art Center East Gallery, 90 Pond St., Stowe. 253-8358.

Through April 15: Robert Chapla, Herding in All the Usual Places … And Then Some. Urban and rural herding differences are on display in this show of 18 oil and acrylic paintings. Presented by Studio Place Arts. Morse Block Deli, 260 N. Main St., Barre.

Feb. 27–April 27: Nourishment. A juried show of Vermont artists’ work, and an exhibit from the members of the Central Vermont Hub of the Vermont Watercolor Society. Opening reception: March 1, 5–7 pm. T.W. Wood Art Gallery, 46 Barre St., Montpelier. 262-6035.

March 3 to May 28: Muse. Three Vermont artists reflect on spirit guides, journeying, introspection and winter’s quiet. Where inspiration and magic live side by side and a deep appreciation for the natural world permeates everything. Artists are Amanda Weisenfeld (hand felter), Jess Polanshek (illustrator), and Kristin Richland (painter/illustrator). Reception: March 9, 4–6 pm. Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St.,  Greensboro.

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.

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