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    • They Hang Pictures, Don't They?
    • They Hang Pictures, Don't They?

      Vermont curators punch up the art of presentation
      Vials of smells are splayed on Kory Rogers’ unkempt desk. “Let’s see,” he says. “This one is popcorn. This one is sawdust. And this…
    • Standing in the Shadows
    • Standing in the Shadows

      Eyewitness: Hugh Townley
      Sculptor Hugh Townley didn’t get his due, at least not in his lifetime. That is not to say, however, that he wasn’t a successful…
    • In 'Toon
    • In 'Toon

      Tim Newcomb draws cartoon conclusions about Vermont political history
      Capital City cartoonist Tim Newcomb has a confession to make: A lifelong liberal, he admits he’s “secretly happy” that Gov. Jim Douglas won re-election.…
    • Cirque du Risque
    • Cirque du Risque

      Eyewitness
      On the first day of each new semester, Champlain College professor Toni-Lee Sangastiano tells her graphic-design pupils a few things about herself they would…
    • Graphic Portrayals
    • Graphic Portrayals

      A new Firehouse exhibit showcases subversive schemata
      Who has time for an MFA? That's what artist Christopher Thompson asked himself two years ago, after quitting his job as chief technology officer…
    • Folk Hero: Warren Kimble
    • Folk Hero: Warren Kimble

      Eyewitness
      The Shelburne Museum opens for the season this weekend with an olfactory rush: “Lilac Sunday” is nearly as renowned as the museum’s vast cache of…
    • Strip Miner
    • Strip Miner

      In a new book and exhibit, Vermont photographer Näkki Goranin frames the history of the photobooth
      When Polaroid announced last week the demise of its fabled instant camera, the nostalgia began, well, instantly. So did the stockpiling of self-developing film. It…
    • Testing Her Metal
    • Testing Her Metal

      Eyewitness: Kat Clear
      Kat Clear: girly girl or woman of steel? A recent visit to the artist and signmaker’s Williston workshop finds her combining those two personae in…
    • The Maleficent Seven
    • The Maleficent Seven

      Al Salzman's "anti-septych"
      This year’s South End Art Hop features some 500 artists, but there’s a good chance only one of them made a painting of Attorney General…
    • True Grid

      Artist Bill Davison makes a lasting impression
      Pictures are proverbially worth a thousand words, but it's unusual to hear even half that many on how artworks are actually made -- outside the…
    • Sweater Girl
    • Sweater Girl

      Leslie Hall brings her off-beat bling to Burlington
      For Leslie Hall, beauty is in the eye of the BeDazzler. Remember them? They're crafty plastic stapler-like gizmos from the 1970s that affix rhinestones…
    • Hour Power
    • Hour Power

      An unusual exhibit of cosmic clocks reveals what makes its maker tick
      Parker Croft considers Vermont, where his family goes back seven generations, to be “the most wonderful place on Earth.” Accordingly, when the Middlebury architect…
    • From Lopez to Lepidoptera
    • From Lopez to Lepidoptera

      An accomplished backdrop painter combines big shots and bug shots
      Adelaide Murphy Tyrol has an eye for things most people never notice. When the Plainfield artist isn’t painting room-sized backdrops designed to disappear behind…
    • The Fine Print
    • The Fine Print

      Zoë Papas perfects a personal approach to wedding invites
      When Amy Pfeiffer was planning her wedding with Christian Carey last September, she wanted invitations that were a little out of the ordinary. Appropriately,…

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019 -- Seven Days
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