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    Adelaide Murphy Tyrol

    Adelaide Murphy Tyrol

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    Through Dec. 31

    “Anatomy of a Pond” is an apt title for an exhibition of paintings by Adelaide Murphy Tyrol. The natural world — in this case a half-acre body of water on her Plainfield property — has long been a dominant inspiration. Her exhibition, which she calls a “visual biography,” explores the inhabitants of that pond, as well as how the light transforms it. She writes, “The artwork here is an inquiry and an homage to this constantly shifting landscape, both interior and exterior.” Indeed, from the large-scale commercial backdrops she paints in New York City to her intimate illustrations of flora and fauna close to home, Tyrol captures her subjects with both exacting realism and a sense of wonder. Of her paintings on view at Montpelier’s North Branch Nature Center, she writes, “I hope they impart a sense of the magic of our world — of what we look at every day and what blinks back at us.” at North Branch Nature Center in Montpelier. Barre/Montpelier (map).

    Alain Paiement

    Alain Paiement

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    Through Jan. 5, 2020

    "Bleu de Bleu," 32 videographic, photographic and sculptural elements that document the artist's public-art installation between Trudeau International Airport and downtown Montréal. at Montréal Museum of Contemporary Art in Montréal. Outside Vermont (map).

    'Alchemy: Metal, Mystery and Magic'

    'Alchemy: Metal, Mystery and Magic'

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    Through Feb. 29, 2020

    A group show featuring sculptures and painting by Jeanne Carbonetti, Sabrina Fadial, Alexandra Heller, Peter Heller, Pat Musick, Dan O'Donnell, Gerald Stoner and Johny Swing. at The Great Hall in Springfield. Brattleboro/Okemo Valley (map).

    Amélie Brindamour

    Amélie Brindamour

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    Through Dec. 6

    "In Oscillation," mixed-media installation based on the mycorrhizal network that examines whether we could find inspiration from intelligent natural systems in order to alleviate power dynamics in contemporary communication systems. at McCarthy Art Gallery, Saint Michael's College in Colchester. Chittenden County (map).

    Aquarelle Artists

    Aquarelle Artists

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    Through Nov. 30

    Watercolor batiks by members of the local artist group. at Strand Center for the Arts in Plattsburgh. Outside Vermont (map).

    Art Hop Juried Show

    Art Hop Juried Show

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    Through Nov. 30

    Burlington’s annual South End Art Hop ended two weeks ago, but its traditional juried show didn’t — you can see it, at least during limited occasions, through November 30. What’s not traditional is the venue: the Amy E. Tarrant Gallery at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts. That’s why the hours are limited; the Tarrant does not have a full-time gallery staff. Though the exhibit was open for the three days of the Hop, September 6 to 8, now viewers can see it only prior to MainStage shows or by appointment. Here’s a tip: It’s worth making an appointment. Juried by Brent Beamon of the Flowers Gallery in New York City, the exhibit includes some strong work and is quite diverse in mediums and styles. It’s clear that Beamon favored artworks that make a statement. Or, as he puts it, “[I’m] drawn not only to an artist’s technical ability but also to their point of view.” The first-place winner is a photograph by Emmanuel Christian Tedjasukmana, titled “Myopia: Harming in Order to Heal,” in which an older woman is lying amid a jumble of medical debris (pictured). Vanessa Compton’s second-place collage painting, “A Night at the Garden,” depicts what appears to be a Nazi/white supremacist rally. And though the third-place winner, a black-and-white photograph by Orah Moore, is far more benign, the image of Vermont dairy farmer George Woodard putting out hay for “the girls” certainly speaks to hard work and devotion. According to Christy Mitchell, director of the South End Arts and Business Association, the people’s choice votes have been tallied — and resulted in a tie. Viewers went for a moody watercolor-and-gouache piece titled “Emergence,” by Sam Wyatt; and “Auto-Warming,” an apocalyptic CGI print by John Douglas. at Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington (map).

    'The Art Show'

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    Through Nov. 30

    Artists bring one piece each to this non-juried monthly exhibition of work in a variety of mediums. Winner of people's choice award takes home collected entry fees. at The Gallery at RL Photo in Burlington (map).

    'The Art Show'

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    Through Jan. 2, 2020

    All sizes and mediums of artwork accepted, one piece per artist, to this monthly non-juried exhibition. $10 cash entry fee. Drop-off time for artwork is every First Friday of the month from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Opening reception is 6-9 p.m., with people's choice awarded a mini-grant. Info: publicartschool@gmail.com. at The Gallery at RL Photo in Burlington (map).

    Asa Cheffetz: Vermont Wood Engravings

    Asa Cheffetz: Vermont Wood Engravings

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    Through Dec. 30

    Works by the late printmaker (1896-1965). at Bennington Museum in Bennington. Manchester/Bennington (map).
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