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Painter Shows New Work at Kilton

Thursday, October 02, 2014
Norwich resident S ue Bridge takes over the gallery space at the Kilton Public Library in West Lebanon with a show of pastels and watercolors that runs through Jan. 31 . There will be a reception for Bridge on Friday, Oct. 17 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the library.

Zollikofer Gallery , in White River Junction’s Hotel Coolidge, holds a reception Friday evening, 5 to 7, for “Old Friends, New Works,” an exhibition of paintings by Judith Pettingell and Deborah Frankel Reese. On view through Nov. 19.

Of Note

T he Library Arts Center in Newport holds its annual Art Yard Sale on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hundreds of donated art pieces — originals, prints, framed and unframed — will be sold for $5 to $50 to raise money for Library Arts Center community arts programs. The sale takes place on the side lawn of the library and arts center at 58 North Main St.

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Aidron Duckworth Museum , Meriden. The abstract oil paintings of Craig Stockwell and self-portraits by Duckworth are on view through Nov. 2. The sculptures of Bob Shannahan and Fitzhugh Karol are on exhibit through Nov. 2.

Arabella , Windsor. The gallery exhibits works by local artists and artisans in a variety of media including jewelry, oils, acrylics, photography, watercolors, pastels and textiles.

AVA Gallery , Lebanon. Paintings by Louise Glass continue through Wednesday. Also on view through Wednesday a re the paintings of Laura Karetzky and Sarah Lubin, and the sumi-e ink paintings of Kathleen Swift.

Big Town Gallery , Rochester, Vt. An exhibit of works by Bread and Puppet’s Peter Schumann, “King Solomon, the Great Love Poet, Fails to Meet the Queen of Sheba in Palestine” is on view through Saturday.

Chandler Gallery , Randolph. “Finding A Common Thread--A Contemporary Fiber Arts Show” that features the work of 25 artisans from throughout New England is on view through Nov. 9.

Cider Hill Art Gallery , Windsor. Egg tempera paintings by Gary Milek, co-owner with Sarah Milek of the gardens and gallery, are up until Cider Hill Gardens closes for the season. Large decorative urns by Steven Proctor are also on view.

Converse Free Library , Lyme. An exhibition of works by illustrator Molly Mundy, who grew up in Lyme and graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, is up through Oct. 30.

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center , Lebanon. The hospital features artists from AVA’s Art Lab Program. Work by Naomi Hartov, Susan Larkin, Brenda Philips and members of the Sierra Club of the Upper Valley can be seen through December.

Great Hall , Springfield, Vt. Jack Rowell’s exhibition of photographs of The Hale Street Gang can be seen through Oct. 10. Also exhibiting is Randolph designer and artist Phil Godenschwager.

Hall Art Foundation , Reading, Vt. The works of painters Georg Baselitz and Neil Jenney and multimedia artist Olafur Eliasson are on view through November.

Hood Museum of Art , Hanover. The Hood Museum of Art hosts “The Art of Weapons: Selections from the African Collection,” through Dec. 20; “Allan Houser: A Centennial Exhibition,” a show of sculpture by the late American artist, in honor of the centennial of his birth, through next May.

Hopkins Center , Hanover. Sonya Kelliher Combs, artist-in-residence in the Studio Art program, exhibits work in the Jaffe-Friede Gallery through Nov. 23. Drawings and small sculptures by Allan Houser, whose large sculptures can be seen on the Dartmouth College campus, are on view in the Strauss Gallery, also through Nov. 23.

Howe Library , Hanover. “Mindscapes,” a show of collages by Enfield artist Naomi Hartov in the Ledyard Gallery of the Howe Library, runs through Oct. 29.

Library Arts Center , Newport. “The Poet and the Painter” continues through Oct. 23. Also on view is the exhibition “From the Studio to the Gallery: Artwork created in the Arts Center Studio with Instructor Peter Granucci.”

Long River Studios , Lyme. The collages of Lyme artist Barbara Newton are on view through mid-October.

Main Street Museum of Art , White River Junction. David Fairbanks Ford’s homage to Peter the Great’s ethnographic and anthropological museum the Kunstkamera, with new exhibits and acquisitions, is on view through Jan. 15.

Norwich Public Library . The Penny Lane Painters, watercolor students of Nancy Dean, exhibit their work in the library’s community room through October.

Royalton Memorial Library , South Royalton. “Children: A Hooked Rug Art Exhibit,” by Gisele MacHarg, is up through Saturday.

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site , Cornish. “The Hairstyle Files: Hirsute Gentlemen and Coiffured Ladies of the Gilded Age,” an exhibit of relief sculptures by Saint-Gaudens continues through Oct. 31. Also on view in the Picture Gallery through Oct. 26 is “Stranger Visions,” a show of portrait busts by Heather Dewey-Hagborg.

Tunbridge Library . ArtSpace at the library features a group show of pastels by 10 White River Valley artists through Oct. 10.

Two Rivers Printmaking Studio , White River Junction. The exhibition of etchings by Brian Cohen has been extended through October.

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