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Jan
12
2019

Children of Men Screening with Special Guest Hawk Ostby

Children of Men Screening with Special Guest Hawk Ostby
Description:

The Hirschfield International Film Series presents a screening of Children of Men followed by a Q&A with screenwriter Hawk Ostby.
Two showings: 3-5 and 8-10 p.m.

(Alfonso Cuarón, USA, 2007, 1h 49min) Free

No children. No future. No hope. In the year 2027, eighteen years since the last baby was born, disillusioned Theo (Clive Owen) becomes an unlikely champion of the human race when he is asked by his former lover (Julianne Moore) to escort a young pregnant woman out of the country as quickly as possible. In a thrilling race against time, Theo will risk everything to deliver the miracle the whole world has been waiting for. Co-starring Michael Caine, filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron's Children of Men "Lifts you to the rafters, transporting you with the greatness of its filmmaking. The action is swift, ferocious and spectacularly choreographed." (The New York Times)

Location: Sunderland Language Center, Dana Auditorium, Middlebury
Jan
12
2019

Children of Men Screening with Q&A with screenwriter Hawk Ostby

Children of Men Screening with Q&A with screenwriter Hawk Ostby
Description:

The Hirschfield International Film Series presents a screening of Children of Men followed by a Q&A with screenwriter Hawk Ostby.

3:00 and 8:00 PM

(Alfonso Cuarón, USA, 2007, 1h 49min) Free

No children. No future. No hope. In the year 2027, eighteen years since the last baby was born, disillusioned Theo (Clive Owen) becomes an unlikely champion of the human race when he is asked by his former lover (Julianne Moore) to escort a young pregnant woman out of the country as quickly as possible. In a thrilling race against time, Theo will risk everything to deliver the miracle the whole world has been waiting for.

Time: 1/12/19 3:00pm - 5:30pm
Location: Sunderland Language Center, Dana Auditorium, Middlebury
Jan
12
2019

Live at Brandon Music, Swing Noire

Live at Brandon Music, Swing Noire
Description:

Swing Noire invokes the energy of a swingin’ jazz club, transporting audiences back to the early days of jazz with their unique take on Hot Swing, making music that “will entrance and surprise you.” They evoke “images of smoky basement speakeasies and slinky cabarets," says Dan Bolles at Seven Days. The group is the perfect way for Brandon Music to start off their 2019 year of (almost) weekly concerts. Experience them live and hear the great energy, soul, sophistication, and improvisation. Show $20. Dinner & show $45. Reservations are required for dinner and recommended for the show. BYOB.

Time: 1/12/19 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Brandon Music - 62 Country Club Rd., Brandon
Jan
12
2019

Lankum: Dublin Folk Miscreants

Lankum: Dublin Folk Miscreants
Description:

BBC 2 Folk Awards 2018: Best Folk Group and Best Track
RTE Folk Awards 2018: Best Folk Group and Best Singer

Lankum, are a four-piece group from Dublin, the type of band you never knew you were searching for. A group of individuals united by a gang mentality whose close vocal harmonies, instrumental interplay and dramatic storytelling pin you to the seat and revive the spirit.

Comprising brothers Ian Lynch (uillean pipes, tin whistle, vocals), Daragh Lynch (vocals, guitar) alongside Cormac Mac Diarmada (fiddle) and Radie Peat (harmonium, accordion, vocals), Lankum channel a diverse set of influences and histories to create a beautifully rare thing: a songbook from and for the people. Born of years criss-crossing Dublin's folk, squat and experimental scenes, their two albums Cold Old Fire (2013, recorded under former name Lynched) and Rough Trade debut Between The Earth and Sky (2017) breathe new life into ancient/modern rituals with urban punk fervour, rural psycho-geography and, underpinning it all, the eternal drone of the uilleann pipes.

"The most convincing folk band to come out of Ireland in years" - The Guardian

Time: 1/12/19 7:30pm
Location: Barre Opera House, Barre
Jan
11
2019
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Jan
12
2019

Simone Dinnerstein and Pam Tanowitz Dance - New Work for Goldberg Variations

Simone Dinnerstein and Pam Tanowitz Dance - New Work for Goldberg Variations
Description:

Music and dance interact in an intimate, unexpected ways in two great artists’ collaboration on the Goldberg Variations. Dinnerstein is internationally acclaimed for her interpretation of Bach’s elegant masterpiece, while Tanowitz is known for dance that is distinctly modern, infused with ballet and a playful spirit. In this work, Dinnerstein performs at a concert grand at center stage, around which Tanowitz’s dancers—as if conjured by the music—execute fresh, intricate movement revealing the rich emotional world of Bach’s studies.

Time: 1/11/19 8:00pm - 1/12/19 11:59pm
Location: Hopkins Center for the Arts, 4 East Wheelock Street, Hanover, NH, Outside Vermont
Jan
10
2019
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Jan
13
2019

Constellations

Constellations
Description:

After sold-out performances this summer in Warren and Montpelier, this intimate and powerful love story is coming to ArtisTree for one week only!

Constellations by Nick Payne
Directed by Joanne Greenberg
Starring Dominic Spillane and Maren Langdon Spillane

The Grange Theater at ArtisTree Community Arts Center
65 Stage Road, South Pomfret, VT
$25 Tickets

Thursday, Jan. 10 @ 7:30
Friday, Jan. 11 @ 7:30
Saturday, Jan. 12 @ 3:00
Saturday, Jan. 12 @ 7:30
Sunday, Jan. 13 @ 3:00

Check out the reviews from Times Argus and Seven Days!

Seven Days: http://bit.ly/ConstellationsSevenDays
Times Argus: http://bit.ly/ConstellationsTimesArgus

for tickets and more info: http://bit.ly/ConstellationsVermont

Physicist Marianne meets beekeeper Roland at a party. They go for a drink ... or perhaps they don't. Marianne's engaged ... or perhaps Roland is married. Or maybe they're both single. Nick Payne's smash Broadway hit play (in which Jake Gyllenhaal played Roland) takes this chance encounter between two lost souls and opens the door to the infinite possibilities of their relationship. Breathlessly navigating through the spellbinding and romantic journey of being in love, Constellations looks at how the tiniest change in the detail of our lives can lead us on completely different paths.

AUDIENCE FEEDBACK!

"Fantastic show, fantastic script, fantastic acting, fantastic directing. Go. See. This. Show." - Dvora Zipkin

"Amazingly well Done!" - Andra Krushenick Kisler

"GO SEE THIS! Get there early because it is likely to be a full house. Fabulous acting, amazing show." - John Snell

"Such an amazing show! The acting was incredible and the director nailed it - so creative and thought provoking" - Melissa Story

"Sorry I couldn't speak through my tears. Thanks for such a moving rendition" - Scottie Brower

"Go see constellations directed by Joanne London Greenberg. It was equal parts hilarious and heart wrenching." - Caroline Fothergill

"This show is spellbinding! An incredible roller coaster of human emotions. Superb acting!" - Barbara LeGrand-Bragg

"Absolutely brilliant, awesome and fabulous! I laughed, I cried, I pondered." - Cassie Major

"Brilliant! I loved it!"- Paule Bézaire

"The performance was incredible - so awesome. Awed. The acting and directing." - Margot Lasher

"I just loved it.....if only we could do things over and over in the multiverse until we were at our kindest, our most honest, or until we got the best possible outcome. Just magical."- Anonymous

"such an amazing show! DO NOT MISS!! - Liz Snell

"Loved the play and the actors were amazing." - David Ehrlich

"The audience last night loved it! So many belly laughs and also completely riveted in silence (and I'm sure a few tears)."

Time: 1/10/19 7:30pm - 1/13/19 4:30pm
Location: ArtisTree Community Arts Center, South Pomfret
Jan
12
2019
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Jan
13
2019

Dance Education Laboratory (DEL) Essentials Workshop & Training Course

Dance Education Laboratory (DEL) Essentials Workshop & Training Course
Description:

Immerse yourself in this two-day intensive course that provides an overview of the key components of the DEL model of teaching dance to children and teenagers.

Experience the Dance Education Laboratory (DEL) model of dance teacher training in this interactive and movement based introductory workshop open to dancers, dance teachers, classroom teachers, or anyone interested in movement education. Participants will experience Laban Movement Analysis as applied to dance making and lesson planning as well as explore other components related to effective and innovative teaching and learning.

Led by Ann Biddle, DEL Founding Faculty, and assisted by Felice Santorelli, DEL Facilitator.

Fees: Fee inclusive of workshop & training, meals, and Pillow programming; on-site housing available for an additional fee.

REGISTER TODAY for this exciting learning opportunity! https://jacobspillowdance.formstack.com/forms/jpdel

Ages 18+ | movement and dance education training course

DEL at JACOB'S PILLOW
Funded by Jody and John Arnhold, Dance Education Laboratory (DEL) at Jacob's Pillow introduces dance educators, college dance students, and classroom teachers to the DEL model of dance education--situated alongside the resources the Pillow offers as a year-round center for dance research and development.

QUESTIONS? Please contact Thasia Giles at tgiles@jacobspillow.org or 413.243.9919 x161.

Time: 1/12/19 9:00am - 1/13/19 5:00pm
Location: Jacob's Pillow, 358 George Carter Road, Becket, MA 01223, Outside Vermont
Jan
11
2019
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Jan
13
2019

Joy, Pleasure, and Sweet Nourishment: A Concert of Early Music

Joy, Pleasure, and Sweet Nourishment: A Concert of Early Music
Description:

Scrag Mountain Music rings in the New Year with a concert of heartwarming early music. “Joy, Pleasure, and Sweet Nourishment: A Concert of Early Music” welcomes celebrated interpreters of early music for a performance of works by Jean-Baptiste Barrière, John Dowland, John Eccles, George Frideric Handel, Guillaume de Machaut, Henry Purcell, and a piece that invokes the spirit of early music by the young New York City-based Canadian composer Matthew Ricketts. Performers include: Mary Bonhag (soprano), Evan Premo (double bass / viola da gamba), Priscilla Herreid (oboe / recorders), Paul Holmes Morton (theorbo / lute / baroque guitar), and Michael Unterman (cello).

Time: 1/11/19 7:30pm - 1/13/19 6:00pm
Location: Shelburne, Montpelier & Warren, Statewide
Sep
15
2018
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Jan
13
2019

New England Now

New England Now
Description:

New England Now, Shelburne Museum’s inaugural exhibition in a curated biennial series featuring contemporary artists organized around thematic subject matters, will be on view from September 15, 2018 through January 13, 2019.

New England Now challenges the notion of the Northeast’s long-accepted stereotype as stagnant and quaint, and instead plumbs its evolving identities and complex beauty. Building upon scholarship on the visual construction of the region, this exhibition explores the contemporary landscape, capturing the changing environment. From disintegrating historic buildings and disappearing “virgin” land, New England Now reveals our evolving landscape.

Location: Shelburne Museum, Shelburne
Dec
14
2018
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Jan
16
2019

Sorry, but Hello

Sorry, but Hello
Description:

The exhibition, created by Rutland-based painter and ceramic artist Reid Brechner, cautiously re-examines a formative body of work under the lens of place, in tandem with an exploration of newness and what it means to belong. The work, along with selected writing, represents the impossibility of disconnecting emotional affect from even the coolest, most minimal, concrete form of art creation.

“Although these works are often presented in conglomerate, I created each piece with individual intention, individual character, and I believe that they stand just as easily alone as they do together. As a result, each installation of the work is performative in nature. There is no set order or arrangement for the pieces to take. Hence, some or all of the creative activity occurs within the process of installation,” Brechner said.

Time: 12/14/18 12:00pm - 1/16/19 6:00pm
Location: Castleton University Bank Gallery, Rutland
Nov
30
2018
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Jan
17
2019

Holiday Exhibit at the Chaffee Art Center

Holiday Exhibit at the Chaffee Art Center
Description:

The Chaffee Art Center invites the community to our Holiday Exhibit. Free admittance. Come experience the beauty of the arts showcased in our 1890’s historic mansion decorated special for the holiday season. The exhibit includes a Gift Room perfect for that one-of-a-kind handmade treasure to give to those on your list. Also on display will be Gingerbread creations with the return of the Chaffee’s Gingerbread Contest. Some of the beautiful art on display will be oils, watercolor, ceramics, photography, mixed media, stained glass, sculpture and more. In the spirit of the season, a non perishable food item donation would be gratefully accepted. The Holiday Exhibit will be on display through January 5th. A special thank you to Rutland Garden Club for bringing the Chaffee mansion alive with the magic of the holiday season.

Time: 11/30/18 5:00pm - 1/17/19 5:00pm
Location: 16 South Main Street, Rutland
Dec
7
2018
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Jan
20
2019

Show 29

Show 29
Description:

The Front celebrates the opening of SHOW 29, on Friday, December 7, from 4 to 8 p.m. The exhibition, running December 7 through January 20, will feature recent work of the gallery’s membership of Vermont-based contemporary artists. The opening reception is free and open to the public, with live music from Jay Saffran.

Gallery Hours: Friday 4-7pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am-5pm.

For more information about The Front’s news and events, visit thefrontvt.com.
Contact the gallery at info@thefrontvt.com or by phone (802) 552-0877.
The Front is located 6 Barre Street in downtown Montpelier, diagonally across and around the corner from the Savoy Theatre.

Time: 12/7/18 4:00pm - 1/20/19 5:00pm
Location: The Front Gallery, 6 Barre Street, Montpelier
Dec
7
2018
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Jan
31
2019

Glen Coburn Hutcheson, Art Exhibition, Artist Talk, 6:30pm

Glen Coburn Hutcheson, Art Exhibition, Artist Talk, 6:30pm
Description:

Glen Coburn Hutcheson presents LEFT at Local 64.

“I aim for straight but often hit squiggly” is no trick of a left hand at play with paint and pencil. In fact memory and experience on his surfaces collude in extended strokes of color like a sonic algorithm that link sky to earth, trees to form, movement to resolve.
"I don't believe in a break between de Kooning, Morisot, and Rembrandt. Ideas and traditions continue like the branches of a tree growing alongside each other. So Cubism isn't over, nor is Dutch Realism."

Time: 12/7/18 4:00pm - 1/31/19 3:00pm
Location: Local 64, 43 State St, #2, Montpelier
Jan
1
2019
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Jan
31
2019

Art in the Cafe at Hunger Mountain Co-op

Art in the Cafe at Hunger Mountain Co-op
Description:

Hunger Mountain Co-op's Art in the Café program supports local artists by showcasing the work of our member-owners and staff in our café seating area. Our family-friendly, month-long local art exhibits are geared toward creating a pleasant dining experience for café customers.

As our Art in the Café artist, your work will hang in our bustling café, which is typically filled to capacity during the lunch and dinner hours while remaining very busy at most other times. You will receive month-long highlighting from the Co-op, including a feature on our “Local Focus” blog as well as a separate blog page featuring you and your work, along with posts on the Co-op’s social networking platforms (over 9,500 fans on Facebook, nearly 3,500 Twitter followers & just over 1.5K on Instagram).

We are looking for exhibitors for 2019, starting in January! Please email info@hungermountain.coop for an application if you are interested!

Time: 1/1/19 8:00am - 1/31/19 8:00pm
Location: 623 Stone Cutters Way, Montpelier
Oct
19
2018
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Feb
9
2019

Tectonic Industries

Tectonic Industries
Description:

Tectonic Industries is a collaborative art partnership based in Portland, Maine, comprised of Danish artist, Lars Boye Jerlach, and British artist, Helen Stringfellow. Through sculpture, wall mounted instructional videos, physical surveys, and interactive activities that engage visitors, Tectonic Industries examine the artifice inherent within the creation of the modern myths and belief systems in popular culture. In Dreams Can Come True, the artists present a series of self-help questionnaires that look to address and solve visitor’s most pressing problems and thus help them to begin living the “life of their dreams.” Guided by a series of instructions, visitors navigate the installation in search of self-actualization which can be manifested in an interactive model they can build/leave in the gallery. Interactive and engaging, while balancing wry amusement with philosophical reflection, Dreams Can Come True, explores the impossibility of our collective, endless search for concrete answers and endeavor for self-improvement.

Location: 135 Church Street, Burlington
Oct
19
2018
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Feb
9
2019

Pauline Jennings: Becoming Human

Pauline Jennings: Becoming Human
Description:

Becoming Human is an intermedia exhibition seeking to identify and dissolve barriers between human and wild in the Anthropocene. In the three-channel video and sound installation The Air Connects Us, two dancers can be followed as they navigate Shanghai’s bustling streets, urban forests and massive industrial sites in search of connections to wild. During the exhibit, Jennings will present a live duet, Sea Inside Our Skin, rooted in the Chinese maxim “飲水思源 (drink the water, remember its source). This duet invites the audience to witness how breath and water nourishes, propels and changes us from within. Project VT: Pauline Jennings' Becoming Human was directed by Double Vision choreographer and co-Artistic Director Pauline Jennings. Becoming Human is a collaboration with Double Vision’s Calvin Aham and Joshua Lacourse (movement), Sean Clute (music composition), Jessica Gomula (video direction), Allen Hahn (cinematography), Jack B. Du (photography) and Amy Nielson (costume consulting).

Project Vermont is a new series dedicated to experimentation by providing a setting for contemporary Vermont artists to push their artistic practice while creating new work. Presenting visual, performance, and interdisciplinary exploration from emerging to established artists, Project Vermont supports artists’ exploration of new ideas and challenges, enables innovation, and creates engagement between audience and artist.

“Sea Inside Our Skin” was made possible in part with a research and development residency and support by Vermont Performance Lab with support from the Vermont Community Foundation.

Location: 135 Church Street, Burlington
Jan
8
2019
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Feb
15
2019

"Something Dear" - Photographer's Workroom

"Something Dear" - Photographer's Workroom
Description:

Gallery’s Group Exhibitions Hallway will exhibit ”Something Dear” works of the Photographers Workroom through February 15, 2019. The workroom is a study in project creation and portfolio development. Emphasis is on photography as process and practice, and using cameras as a way of seeing. Artist’s exhibiting their work include Nancy Banks, Christie Carter, Kay Jostrand, Rosalind Daniels, Peggy Smith, Shapleigh Smith and Marcie Scudder.

Opening Reception – Thursday, January 10 from 5:00-7:00 pm for both exhibits.
With live piano music by Jim Thompson

Time: 1/8/19 12:00pm - 2/15/19 4:00pm
Location: T. W. Wood Art Gallery, 46 Barre Street, Montpelier
Jan
5
2019
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Feb
23
2019

Drawing Class

Drawing Class
Description:

Drawing Studio Workshop
Learn To Draw – Improve Your Drawing
Saturdays, January 5 – February 23, 2019 9am to noon
Taraden Media Barn, 183 Park Street, N. Bennington, Vermont

This class will teach you to draw, if you don’t know how or help improve your drawing if you do. We’ll focus on fundamental techniques and methods, helping you develop solid skills that will work for any subject, any medium.

This workshop is for anyone who wants to learn to draw or to improve their drawing. Suitable for all levels of skill.

What you’ll learn in this workshop:

We’ll spend the first 4 weeks working with pencil on paper. Using fundamental methods, we’ll learn how to get our subjects on paper in correct proportion, scale and with correct spatial relationships. Gradually we’ll add shading techniques to show light, shade, shadow and form. In the process, you’ll learn the most important skill of all – the ability to really see your subject.

In the second half of the class, we’ll introduce other black & white media – charcoal, pen, white “charcoal” and toned papers. And we’ll introduce more complex and complicated subjects.

At the end of eight weeks, you will have learned fundamental methods and techniques – along with the ability to observe – that will help you draw any subject

Time: 1/5/19 9:00am - 2/23/19 12:00pm
Location: Taraden Media Barn, North Bennington
Jan
5
2019
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Feb
23
2019

Learn To Draw Class

Learn To Draw Class
Description:

What better winter indoor activity than drawing! Despite what you think, anyone can learn to draw. This class will teach how, if you don’t know already, or help improve your drawing if you do.

Using fundamental methods, we’ll learn how to get our subjects on paper in correct proportion, scale and with correct spatial relationships. Gradually we’ll add shading techniques to show light, shade, shadow and form. In the process, you’ll learn the most important skill of all – the ability to really see your subject.

Join us to help pass the winter and learn a new skill!

Time: 1/5/19 9:00am - 2/23/19 12:00pm
Location: 183 Park Street, North Bennington
Jan
12
2019
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Feb
24
2019

Winter Group 2019

Winter Group 2019
Description:

Jan. 12 – Feb. 24: Mitchell-Giddings Fine Arts presents “Winter Group 2019,” an exhibition of new work by Josh Bernbaum, Bruce Campbell, Lyell Castonguay, Liz Chalfin, Jon Gregg, Emily Mason, Petria Mitchell, and other gallery artists.
Among the pieces introduced in “Winter Group 2019” are Bernbaum’s large, blown-glass vessels inspired by flowering cacti of the Southwest, and Campbell’s hand-operated steel and brass kinetic sculptures which let us orbit planets and stars on a tabletop. Castonguay creates a signature world of imagined avian beings as part of a larger distorted narrative, whereas Chalfin adroitly constructs her spaces by selectively eliminating or manipulating objects and surfaces. Gregg’s stylized and heavily impastoed figures float and march to an unknown pulse. We thrill to a feeling of experiencing color for the first time as Mason surprises us with her lyrical sensitivity and characteristic, innovative use of a brilliant palette. Mitchell leads us into a landscape defined by atmosphere, a secret place we all imagine we’ve visited, where night and day share a delicate balance.
New to MGFA is artist Pat Gerkin, whose richly patterned and textured encaustic and mixed-media sculptures and paintings suggest topographical or bioglogical themes.
Mitchell • Giddings Fine Arts is committed to presenting innovative, contemporary works that stimulate and challenge both the seasoned collector and aesthetic explorer.
Gallery hours: Wed. – Mon., 11 - 5

Time: 1/12/19 5:00pm - 2/24/19 5:00pm
Location: Mitchell • Giddings Fine Arts, Brattleboro, Brattleboro
Jan
8
2019
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Mar
1
2019

Winter Juried Exhibit

Winter Juried Exhibit
Description:

This exhibit highlights an eclectic group of 26 local Vermont artists. Work includes paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture, fiber arts, and jewelry. The show brims with works by Barbara Bendix, Robert Chapala, Cindy Griffith, Kate Longmaid, A.S.McGuffin, Kenneth Saxe and Ann Young and many others. The exhibit was juried by Jurors for Mary Admasian, Elliott Bent and Linda Mirabile.

Opening Reception – Thursday, January 10 from 5:00-7:00 pm for both exhibits. With live piano music by Jim Thompson.

Time: 1/8/19 12:00pm - 3/1/19 4:00pm
Location: T. W. Wood Art Gallery, 46 Barre Street, Montpelier
Jan
5
2019
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Mar
2
2019

The Art of the Portrait

The Art of the Portrait
Description:

Valley Arts is pleased to announce a new solo exhibition of spectacular portraits by August Burns. The exhibition is a rare opportunity for the public to view paintings from this outstanding Vermont Artist. The paintings will be on view January 5 through March 2. A meet-the-artist reception is scheduled for January 6 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm and is open to the public.

Information: 802-496-6682 or wwwvalleyartsvt.com
Gallery hours: Wednesday through Saturday 1:00 to 5:00 pm.
The Festival Gallery at Valley Arts - Village Square Shopping Center - Route 100 Waitsfield

Time: 1/5/19 12:00pm - 3/2/19 5:00pm
Location: Festival Gallery at Valley Arts, Waitsfield
Oct
30
2018
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Jun
1
2019

Thomas Waterman Wood – The Master Copies

Thomas Waterman Wood – The Master Copies
Description:

October 30, 2018 – June 1, 2019
The T.W. Wood Gallery announces an exhibit of Thomas Waterman Wood’s Master Copies.
Wood painted portraits across the US and Canada which lead to a European trip in 1858. Following fashion, Wood copied paintings in Europe to learn from the masters; such as Rembrandt and Turner. Wood made three additional trips and brought these paintings back to Vermont. In 19th Century Montpelier, these paintings were akin to an art history textbook, as many Americans wouldn’t have had access to European paintings. We invite you to visit the gallery, see these paintings’ scope, and explore how they differ from the originals.

Gallery hours are Tuesday-Saturday 12:00-4:00 pm and by appointment. The Gallery is located at 46 Barre Street at the Center for Arts and Learning in Montpelier, VT. For more information contact the Gallery’s Director Ginny Callan at 802-262-6035, info@twwoodgallery.org or visit www.twwoodgallery.org

Location: T.W. Wood Gallery, Montpelier