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    • Rolling With It
    • Rolling With It

      Art Review: “BigBike Show,” BigTown Gallery
      The “BigBike Show” at BigTown Gallery lives up to its name, with 21 artists exhibiting bike-related works, bike-themed events filling the calendar, an impressive…
    • Cross Cultural
    • Cross Cultural

      Eyewitness: Philip Hagopian
      Philip Hagopian creates paintings that seem like glimpses of a beautiful, vanished world. His lavish works currently on view at Salaam on Burlington’s Church…
    • Color Keys
    • Color Keys

      Art Review: Carolyn Shattuck, WalkOver Gallery
      Just through the WalkOver Gallery’s screen door on Bristol’s Main Street, a row of colorful collaged works greets visitors. The series of small cut-paper…
    • Big Joe
    • Big Joe

      Art Review: "Hey Joe: An Homage to Joseph Cornell," BigTown Gallery
      On a breezy summer morning, the doors of the BigTown Gallery in Rochester stand open, welcoming curious visitors to explore the treasures within. “Hey…
    • Man of Steel
    • Man of Steel

      Eyewitness: David Stromeyer, BCA Center
      Just outside the BCA Center’s Church Street entrance, a hulking steel sculpture 12 feet wide transforms the street into an art site — a…
    • Irene-aissance in Waterbury
    • Irene-aissance in Waterbury

      Gallery Profile: Seminary Art Center
      Tucked in the picturesque landscape of Waterbury Center, the old Green Mountain Seminary building perches magisterially on a hill. A set of neat steps…
    • Book Smarts
    • Book Smarts

      Eyewitness: Joe John, SEABA Center
      Walking into Joe John’s exhibition at the SEABA Center on Burlington’s Pine Street is an Alice-in-Wonderland-like experience. Large, wall-mounted “books” of the artist’s drawings…
    • Retrospective Reflections
    • Retrospective Reflections

      Eyewitness: Carol MacDonald at VCAM/RETN
      On a sunny day in June, Carol MacDonald stands beside a glass countertop awash with gem-colored swaths of colorful ink. At 59, she is…
    • Home Is Where the Art Is
    • Home Is Where the Art Is

      Art Review: “House/Home Project” by Mary Zompetti
      Last weekend, a house in Burlington’s New North End was transformed into an art installation. Mary Zompetti, the artist behind the “House/Home Project,” had…
    • Fit to Print
    • Fit to Print

      Art Review: "30/30 Anniversary Print Project," Amy E. Tarrant Gallery
      Two of Burlington’s most celebrated arts institutions, Burlington City Arts and the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, turn 30 this year. Fittingly, they’re…
    • Pipe Dream
    • Pipe Dream

      Eyewitness: Chris Cleary
      Visitors to the Flynndog gallery’s current exhibition, “Fluid Dynamics,” are greeted by a labyrinthine tower of copper pipes supporting a urinal 10 feet high.…
    • Pinups at the Pop-Up
    • Pinups at the Pop-Up

      Art Review: Heather Gray at the Falls Gallery
      Within the stark white walls of the Falls Gallery in the temporary Winooski Pop-up district, a coterie of emerging artists is exhibiting work with…
    • Color Fields
    • Color Fields

      Art Review: Katharine Montstream, SEABA Center
      Katharine Montstream’s 27 paintings at the SEABA Center in Burlington fill the space with profuse color. For six months, the city’s Intervale was the…
    • Extended Play
    • Extended Play

      Art Review: Keith Johnson, PHOTOSTOP Gallery
      In a corner of the PHOTOSTOP Gallery, three photographs of turbulent gray sky are printed almost edge to edge on a broad white background.…
    • Elemental Elegance
    • Elemental Elegance

      Art Review: Mark Goodwin at BigTown Gallery
      The title of Randolph artist Mark Goodwin’s exhibit, “An Introduction,” at Rochester’s BigTown Gallery is deceptively simple. The show is essentially Goodwin’s introduction to…
    • Pop Goes the Artist
    • Pop Goes the Artist

      Art Review: David Powell at VCAM Studio/RETN
      Just inside the doors of Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM) in Burlington hangs “McDonald’s Erection,” a W. David Powell painting from 1974. In it,…
    • Seen in the 'Hood
    • Seen in the 'Hood

      Art Review: Mary Zompetti Lowe, 215 College Gallery
      Mary Zompetti Lowe’s exhibition of vivid color photographs at 215 College Gallery traverses the cracked sidewalks and fenced yards of a world both familiar…
    • Full House
    • Full House

      Art Review: Scott Lenhardt at BCA Center
      In the front gallery of the BCA Center, a hunched monster glares through a clear-paned polygon roughly the size of a basketball. Suspended inside…
    • Pattern Maker
    • Pattern Maker

      Art Review: Ashley Roark at SEABA Center
      On a clear morning in early March, a soft light fills the SEABA Center — the office and gallery of the South End Arts…
    • Going With the Flow
    • Going With the Flow

      Art Review: Cameron Davis and Shelley Warren, 215 College Gallery
      In “108 Blessings,” artists Shelley Warren and Cameron Davis explore the boundaries of the corporeal and the spiritual. The exhibition, named for the number…
    • Approachable Abstraction
    • Approachable Abstraction

      Art Review: Megan Lipke, 215 College Gallery
       In Megan Lipke’s exhibition, hives, seeds, shells and branches amalgamate in abstract forms that tumble and cluster across wide expanses of paper and color.…
    • From Decay, New Life
    • From Decay, New Life

      Art Review: Linda E. Jones, "Sticks & Stones"
      When you enter the front room of Burlington’s 215 College Gallery, the first thing you see is a small, crumbling house seemingly made of…

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