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    'Knitted Art: Upended Expectations'

    'Knitted Art: Upended Expectations'

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    Wed., Jan. 22, 6:30-8 p.m.

    Knitting sculptor and blogger Eva Jacobs-Carnahan gives an illustrated talk about using yarn and humor to explore people, climate change and society. at Waterbury Public Library in Waterbury. Mad River Valley/Waterbury (map). Free.

    James Benoit

    James Benoit

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    Through Jan. 25

    "New York City: Sensory Overload," large color prints of Manhattan scenes by the local photographer. at Mirabelles Cafe in Burlington (map).

    Mwanga William

    Mwanga William

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    Through Jan. 25

    "From Uganda to Vermont," paintings by the native Ugandan and Newport resident. at The 99 Gallery and Center in Newport. Northeast Kingdom (map).

    Jim Dodds

    Jim Dodds

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    Through Jan. 27

    "Psychedelia," 12 inkjet prints of original drawings from the 1970s influenced by psychedelic art and art nouveau, in the Quick Change Gallery. at Studio Place Arts in Barre. Barre/Montpelier (map).

    Russell Fox

    Russell Fox

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    Through Jan. 31

    "The Soil to the Skies," photographs taken over the past year, from macrophotography to astrophotography. at Gallery at One Main in Burlington (map).

    'Transitions'

    'Transitions'

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    Through Jan. 31

    A group exhibition of some 16 artists represented by the gallery, marking the change of ownership from founders Joan Furchgott and Brad Sourdiffe to longtime employee Lara Maloy. at Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne. Chittenden County (map).

    'From the Edgewater Collection'

    'From the Edgewater Collection'

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    Through Jan. 31

    A selection of works by gallery artists including Homer Wells, Gary Hall and Alexis Serio. at Edgewater Gallery at Middlebury Falls in Middlebury. Middlebury Area (map).

    'Transcendent: Spirituality in Contemporary Art'

    'Transcendent: Spirituality in Contemporary Art'

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    Through Feb. 8

    A group exhibition of nationally recognized artists who explore or evoke themes of spirituality through their work, reflecting on questions of human nature, cultural identity and sanctity in everyday life. Artists include Anila Quayyam Agha, Leonardo Benzant, Maïmouna Guerresi, Shahzia Sikander, Zarina, and Vermont-based artists Sandy Sokoloff and Shelley Warren. at BCA Center in Burlington (map).

    'Travis Shilling: Tyrannosaurus Clan'

    'Travis Shilling: Tyrannosaurus Clan'

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    Through Feb. 8

    Shilling, a Canadian Ojibwe painter, filmmaker and playwright — the second artist son of Aboriginal painter Arthur Shilling — was born in Rama, Ontario, and maintains a studio in Toronto. His works in the Burlington gallery may be a revelation to local art viewers. Shilling’s visions frequently depict animals — painted Ojibwe style — at odds with humans who seem blithely bent on destruction. For example, an outsize bird perches on a backhoe that’s digging a channel for a pipeline; a fish hovers alongside an oil rig in the sea. Shilling’s juxtaposition of graphical, vibrant native symbology and darkly impressionistic scenes is jarring — in a good way. Trained in native and contemporary arts, he wields both to address some of the sad consequences of imbalance in the modern world. at BCA Center in Burlington (map).

    Thelma Appel

    Thelma Appel

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    Through Feb. 9

    "Observed/Abstract," a survey of the career of a cofounder of the Bennington College Summer Painting Workshop, whose work now centers on the tarot. at Brattleboro Museum & Art Center in Brattleboro. Brattleboro/Okemo Valley (map).

    Kate Reeves

    Kate Reeves

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    Through Feb. 18

    "My Winter World," a solo show of acrylic and watercolor paintings by the Barnard artist. at Tunbridge Public Library in Tunbridge Village. Randolph/Royalton (map).

    Richard D. Weis

    Richard D. Weis

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    Through March 14

    Manchester’s stART Space has a new name — Ellenbogen Gallery, after owners Michael and Carolina Ellenbogen. The couple is marking the gallery’s reboot and second anniversary with an artist whose history is much longer. Richard Weis earned his MFA at American University in 1973, along with a prize for painting; he went on to teach at four colleges in as many states. Along the way he received three Fulbright awards and residencies in South Korea and Wales. In 1989, Weis arrived in Vermont to teach at Green Mountain College, which he did until 2010. In tandem with his academic career, Weis has continued to paint bold abstractions — for him a genre of endless potential. “The work often begins with a brief moment, an observation, a smell carried on the wind, a touch, an encounter, a special place, or a memory seemingly out of nowhere,” he writes in an artist statement. “The process of working in the studio allows me to recapture those moments, sparking memories and clarifying ideas.” at Ellenbogen Gallery in Manchester. Manchester/Bennington (map).

    'CIPX Dartmouth With Kali Spitzer & Will Wilson

    'CIPX Dartmouth With Kali Spitzer & Will Wilson

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    Through March 29

    Photographer Wilson conceptualized the Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange, which responds to ethnographic photography of Native Americans in the early 20th century. He and Spitzer take tintype photos of locals during a residency and display them alongside labels written by the subjects. at Hood Museum, Dartmouth College in Hanover. Outside Vermont (map).

    'Russet Resplendence'

    'Russet Resplendence'

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    Through Feb. 29

    Engraved designs using pyrography — the art of applying burn marks on wood with a heated object — by Barb Godwin; and digitally manipulated fine-art photography by Roarke Sharlow in which color is removed from an image and replaced with a sepia tone. at Vermont Festival of the Arts Gallery in Waitsfield. Mad River Valley/Waterbury (map).

    'Reconstitution'

    'Reconstitution'

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    Through May 31

    A group exhibition of artists who counter the long-held Eurocentric narratives of museums and encourage agency in creating current and future histories. at Hood Museum, Dartmouth College in Hanover. Outside Vermont (map).
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