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    'Mountain Air'

    'Mountain Air'

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    Through Nov. 22

    Vermont artists Arista Alanis, Mary Brevda, Rory Jackson, Joseph Salerno and Homer Wells are featured in this show at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, curated by Kelly Holt. Their works respond to the physicality of mountainous landscapes, from Vermont to Patagonia, in a variety of mediums. “Mountain air has a sensory effect like none other; it is home,” Jackson writes in an artist statement. “It is the clean breath that sweeps through the lungs of the hillside.” at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, Stowe Mountain Resort in Stowe. Stowe/Smuggs (map).

    Susan Wahlrab and Chris Miller: 'Uncharted'

    Susan Wahlrab and Chris Miller: 'Uncharted'

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    Through Nov. 22

    After a lifetime of artistic investigations, the central Vermont artists leap into uncharted waters with challenging materials, subject matter and presentation. at The Garage Cultural Center in Montpelier. Barre/Montpelier (map).

    Tom Waters

    Tom Waters

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    Through Nov. 24

    "Forest, Field & Stream," landscape paintings in oil. at Emile A. Gruppe Gallery in Jericho. 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).

    Malcolm Morley

    Malcolm Morley

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    Through Dec. 1

    Approximately 40 paintings, sculptures and works on paper created between 1964 and 2016 by the British-born American artist and founder of super-realism. at Hall Art Foundation in Reading. Brattleboro/Okemo Valley (map).

    Richard Artschwager

    Richard Artschwager

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    Through Dec. 1

    Some 40 paintings, sculptures and works on paper that reference everyday objects, symbols, people and places, often made from unconventional and industrial materials. The American painter, sculptor and draftsman died in 2011. at Hall Art Foundation in Reading. Brattleboro/Okemo Valley (map).

    Tiki Amber Meaker Ward

    Tiki Amber Meaker Ward

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    Through Dec. 1

    Abstract and representational paintings by the local artist, created over the past year while battling a rare and aggressive cancer. at City Center in Montpelier. Barre/Montpelier (map).

    Myra Musgrove

    Myra Musgrove

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    Through Dec. 5

    The Brooklyn-based artist calls the contents of her exhibit “paintings and comics.” And so they are. But that doesn’t really explain her unique combination of cartoon-y line drawing, acrylic paint and fabric-inspired backgrounds (specifically, William Morris textiles). With speech bubble overlays, the works are meme-ready. In “Say Nice Things to Me,” currently at Scavenger Gallery in White River Junction, Musgrove further explains in an artist statement that she explores memoir through various modes. Visitors to the petite jewelry shop and gallery can ponder paintings that the artist says dissect an affair “for the purpose of posterity, insight and reckoning.” at Scavenger Gallery in White River Junction. Upper Valley (map).

    Mark Heitzman

    Mark Heitzman

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    Through Dec. 6

    Ever wonder what’s happened to all those old telephone booths? Well, Studio Place Arts in Barre has repurposed one of them — sans phone — as a very tiny art venue. Named the “Quick Change Gallery” (presumably a reference to Clark Kent/Superman’s speedy switcheroo?), it’s clearly suitable for exhibitions of small works. Currently, that would be a dozen pencil drawings by Mark Heitzman. The central Vermont cardiologist and artist is noted for his minimalist but meticulous works; his phone booth show, titled simply “Graphite,” is no exception. at Studio Place Arts in Barre. Barre/Montpelier (map).

    'Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul'

    'Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul'

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    Through Dec. 13

    Photographs by 47 artists from the collection of Light Work, a nonprofit based in Syracuse, N.Y., that explore topics of politics, social justice, identity and visibility. at Fleming Museum of Art, University of Vermont in Burlington (map).

    'Resist! Insist! Persist!'

    'Resist! Insist! Persist!'

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    Through Dec. 13

    It is a sad fact of human evolution that there are so many reasons to express resistance to one another. University of Vermont students in a 2018 art history class chose the timely topic, curating an exhibition at the Fleming Museum of Art with artworks and objects primarily drawn from the museum’s permanent collection. The show features the work “of historical and contemporary artists who have countered adversity and hardship with empowerment and expression,” explains exhibition text. The subjects range from racial violence to political suppression to the underrepresentation of women in the art world. at Fleming Museum of Art, University of Vermont in Burlington (map). Free with museum admission.

    Gordon Meinhard

    Gordon Meinhard

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    Through March 7, 2020

    "The Lives of Tables," modernist still life paintings of tables that appear to become more animated as the series progresses, by the cofounder of the museum. at Brattleboro Museum & Art Center in Brattleboro. Brattleboro/Okemo Valley (map).

    Kate Reeves

    Kate Reeves

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    Through Feb. 18, 2020

    "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).

    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).

    Dana Simson

    Dana Simson

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    Through Jan. 11, 2020

    It’s increasingly common for artists to take up the cause of endangered species, and for good reason. But perhaps not many use the medium of ceramics. In an exhibition titled “the animals are innocent” at Middlebury’s Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History, Maryland artist, author and environmentalist Dana Simson presents ceramic boats as well as paintings featuring animals and a message. Unlike grim images of starving polar bears and plastic-entangled turtles, however, Simson’s works are gaily colorful and kind of adorable. But if her folk-art style is beguiling, her goal is serious: to show that animals are losing habitat and food resources, and suffering as a result of pollution and climate change. at Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History in Middlebury. Middlebury Area (map).
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