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    'Winter Is Here'

    'Winter Is Here'

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    Through April 23

    The title might be stating the obvious, but more than snow meets the eyes in this exhibition of photographs at Stowe’s Plate restaurant. Images by Dorothy Koval, Orah Moore and Ross Connelly focus on patterns of light and shadow, the quietude and depth of the season. All three artists are members of the River Arts Photo Co-op in Morrisville. at Plate in Stowe. Stowe/Smuggs (map).

    Laura Heijn

    Laura Heijn

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    Through Jan. 31

    A former resident and staffer at the Vermont Studio Center, Laura Heijn also runs a small dairy farm with her family in Johnson. The surrounding landscape is the locale for many of her plein air paintings of rural Vermont. And it’s the home she chose after growing up in Massachusetts and studying art and English lit at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and at Harvard University. Over 25 years, she writes in an artist’s statement, Heijn has “come to rely on the fleetingness of daylight and the shifts of clouds and seasons, to render my subjects ever new.” Closing reception: Wednesday, January 29, 6-8 p.m. at Red Mill Gallery at Vermont Studio Center in Johnson. Stowe/Smuggs (map).

    'Thank Our Farmers for the View'

    'Thank Our Farmers for the View'

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    Through Feb. 25

    An exhibition at River Arts in Morrisville addresses a quintessential Vermont subject with an unusual curatorial approach. Organized by Silene DeCiucies, “Thank Our Farmers for the View” is a collaboration of local artists Jess Graham, Jennifer Hubbard and Rett Sturman, art and literature students at Peoples Academy High School, the Lamoille County Conservation District and area farmers. The idea, DeCiucies writes, is “to bring attention to the importance of small farms to our beautiful landscape.” Indeed, the bucolic version of Vermont so admired by tourists and storied by locals is at risk because those small farms are an endangered species. According to the most recent U.S. Department of Agriculture census, the number of farms in 2017 was down 7 percent from 2012. That may not sound like much, but it’s another notch in a general downward trend. The River Arts exhibition, comprising artworks and poetry inspired by farms in Lamoille County, honors the state’s agricultural heritage and its hardworking farmers. at River Arts in Morrisville. Stowe/Smuggs (map).

    'Origins: Skiing and Riding in Vermont'

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    Through Oct. 31

    "Green Mountains, White Gold" is a photographic journey through Vermont's ski history; and "Surfing Snow: Vermont Inspired Boards" tells the story of snowboard technology with examples from Burton's archives, curated by VTSSM Hall of Famer John Gerndt. at Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum in Stowe. Stowe/Smuggs (map).
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