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    Danielle Klebes

    Danielle Klebes

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    Through Jan. 11, 2019

    "Aimless Pilgrimage," paintings about people in flux or moments of uncertainty by the North Adams, Mass., artist. at 77 Gallery in Rutland. Rutland/Killington (map).

    'Visions of the World'

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    Through Dec. 1

    Works by Vermont artists including paintings by Abeer Almogalli, Hom Pradhan and Sabah Abass; fashion and jewelry by Sahar Alsammarae and Virginie Diambou; and photographs by Umesh Acharya and the youth mentor program Crossroads: Where Cultures Meet. Curated by Laurie Stavrand from the USCRI/Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program. at Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington (map).

    Crystal Stokes

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    Through Dec. 31

    Acrylic paintings by the central Vermont artist. Curated by SEABA. at Art's Alive Gallery in Burlington (map).

    Carole Naquin

    Carole Naquin

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    Through Nov. 30

    Soft pastel landscape paintings of sky, river and field. at Artisans' Hand in Montpelier. Barre/Montpelier (map).

    'Shoot-Out'

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    Through Nov. 21

    A photography competition featuring the distinctive profile of Camel’s Hump. Submissions will be judged by Kelly Holt, Jeb Wallace-Brodeur and Whitney Aldrich. Award reception: Friday, November 16, 6-8 p.m. at Axel's Gallery & Frame Shop in Waterbury. Mad River Valley/Waterbury (map).

    James Vogler

    James Vogler

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    Through Nov. 13

    Recent abstract paintings influenced by forms of calligraphy. at Barre Opera House in Barre. Barre/Montpelier (map).

    Pauline Jennings

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    Through Feb. 9, 2019

    "Becoming Human," an intermedia exhibition that seeks to identify and dissolve barriers between human and wild in the Anthropocene era. at BCA Center in Burlington (map).

    'Tectonic Industries: Dreams Can Come True'

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    Through Feb. 9, 2019

    Through sculpture, instructional videos, physical surveys and interactive activities, Lars Boye Jerlach and Helen Stringfellow present a series of self-help questionnaires to explore the impossibility of our collective, endless search for concrete answers and endeavor for self-improvement. at BCA Center in Burlington (map).

    Torkwase Dyson

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    Through Dec. 15

    "Scalar," large-scale abstract paintings responding to sculptor and former Bennington College professor Tony Smith. at Bennington College in Bennington. Manchester/Bennington (map).

    Pat Musick

    Pat Musick

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    Through Dec. 30

    Where did you come from, anyway? was one of the last things the artist’s mother said to her before she died. The question is both the title of Musick’s 55-year retrospective, now on view at the Bennington Museum, and of the show’s signature work, pictured here. A departure from much of her earthy, nature-inspired sculpture, “Where Did You Come From Anyway?” presents the artist as defiant and individuated. As Musick writes, “My family came from Iowa farmland [and] were conservative and typical — but I was always different. I stand alone on an island beside a blue cornstalk. Although my feet are firmly rooted in the land, my head is in a pink cloud. The world, both vibrant and dark, swirls around me.” at Bennington Museum in Bennington. Manchester/Bennington (map).

    Ben Frank Moss

    Ben Frank Moss

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    Through Dec. 8

    “Nature is a haunted house,” said Emily Dickinson, “but art is a house that tries to be haunted.” This passage serves to introduce Moss’ solo exhibition, “Landscape Mysteries,” now on view at the BigTown Gallery in Rochester. Creating entirely from memory, the artist and Dartmouth College studio art professor channels experiences and impressions of the natural environment through paint. “My work is often generated out of a distant memory of a physical setting that becomes a metaphor for a personal truth,” he says. As meditations on both wild spaces and psyche, his paintings are doubly haunted. “It is clear that I am trying to hold/reflect the lost moment,” Moss says, “break through the fence of time and reclaim what was given to me as a child on a first-time basis.” at BigTown Gallery in Rochester. Randolph/Royalton (map).

    Erika Lawlor Schmidt

    Erika Lawlor Schmidt

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    Through Dec. 8

    "Infinity of Worlds," collage works that navigate contradictory worlds. at BigTown Gallery in Rochester. Randolph/Royalton (map).

    Student Exhibit

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    Dec. 3-14

    Works by BFA students Luke Hungerford and Sam Reynolds. Reception: Wednesday, December 5, 3-5 p.m. at Black Box Gallery, Visual Arts Center in Johnson. Stowe/Smuggs (map).

    Emily Mason

    Emily Mason

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    Through Feb. 10, 2019

    "To Another Place," 50 abstract paintings created by the 86-year-old New York/Brattleboro artist between 1958 and 2018, many of which have never been shown in public. at Brattleboro Museum & Art Center in Brattleboro. Brattleboro/Okemo Valley (map).

    'Gems and Giants

    'Gems and Giants

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    Through Dec. 23

    A members' exhibit of very small and very large works. at Bryan Memorial Gallery in Jeffersonville. Stowe/Smuggs (map).
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