From Painting to Sculpting to Blacksmithing, Harlan Mack's Artwork Relays a Worldview | Visual Art | Seven Days | Vermont's Independent Voice

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From Painting to Sculpting to Blacksmithing, Harlan Mack’s Artwork Relays a Worldview 

Harlan Mack's work is on view at Whirligig Brewing in St. Johnsbury until further notice; the Open Air Gallery Ski & Snowshoe Trail at Highland Center for the Arts in Greensboro through March 31; and "Looking Outward" at Spruce Peak Arts in Stowe, through March 31. Learn more at

The original print version of this article was headlined "Forging Ahead | From painting to sculpting to blacksmithing,Harlan Mack's artwork relays a worldview"

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Amy Lilly

Amy Lilly has been a contributing arts writer for Seven Days since 2007.


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