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Art Notes: Printmaking Studio Seeks Entries for Juried Show

Valley News Staff Writer
Published: 4/12/2018 12:05:05 AM
Modified: 4/12/2018 12:05:13 AM

Two Rivers Printmaking Studio, in White River Junction, invites submissions to “Momenta IV,” a juried exhibition of prints by artists from New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. All types of prints, from artists at all stages in their careers, are welcome.

To submit, send up to three digital files to trps@sover.net, complete an entry form and pay a $25 entry fee. The juror is James Stroud, a noted printmaker and founder of Center Street Studios in Cambridge, Mass., where he is based. There will be one $300 prize.

The “Momenta IV” exhibit will open May 4, with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. For more detailed submission guidelines and more information, visit tworiversprintmaking.org/events-news. The deadline for submissions is April 23 at 5 p.m.

The Chelsea Arts Collective is also looking for artists to feature in the first annual Arts on the Green Market & Festival, which is planned for late August. The deadline to submit is May 15. For more information about the event and how to apply, visit chelseavtarts.weebly.com/arts-festival.html or email chelseaartscollective@gmail.com.

Of Note

A sale of original photographic prints by Norwich photographer Chad Finer will take place this Saturday and Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the large barn below 189 Brigham Hill Road, in Norwich.

All prints are $30, unframed, with proceeds going toward the Aidron Duckworth Art Museum, in Meriden. For a $25 donation to the museum, of which Finer’s son Ben is director, Finer also plans to shoot and print 8.5-by-11-inch portraits at the sale.

The prints will reflect the past half-century of Finer’s interest in photography, and depict a wide array of subjects. Some of the photographs have been exhibited previously in his annual show, while others have not been shown publicly.

Early-bird registration is open for this summer’s International Comics and Medicine Conference. The Aug. 16-18 event series, which explores the intersection between comics and health care discourse, will be hosted by the Center for Cartoon Studies, in White River Junction, with support from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College.

This year’s workshops, discussions, exhibits and lectures will explore the idea of “graphic medicine” through the theme of “The Ways We Work,” inspired by one of this year’s keynote speakers, Norwich resident David Macaulay, who is perhaps best known for his visual guides to machines and the human body in The Way Things Work and The Way We Work.

Early registration is open through Sunday, and costs $105. General registration is $125. To register and learn more, visit cartoonstudies.org/comicsandmedicine.

Openings and Receptions

AVA Gallery and Art Center, in Lebanon, will hold an opening reception on Friday for “Rain Impressions,” an exhibit of oil paintings by the Chinese artist Ting Zhou, from 5 to 7 p.m., after Zhou gives a talk at 4:30. “Rain Impressions” shows through April 27.

An opening reception for “Impressions of New England in Oils,” by the West Windsor-based painter Lynn Van Natta, will take place today at Norman Williams Public Library, in Woodstock, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Through May 15.

Ongoing

ArtisTree Gallery, South Pomfret. A multi-artist exhibition on April’s most seasonally appropriate theme — mud — shows through May 5.

Barrette Center for the Arts, White River Junction. “VoxSomnium,” an exhibition of mixed-media work by Norwich artist Laura Di Piazza, is presented in conjunction with the Vermont Pastel Society’s group exhibition and Northern Stage, the theater company that calls the Barrette Center home. Through May.

Center for the Arts, New London. Exhibits in micro-galleries at Lake Sunapee Bank, the New London Inn and Whipple Hall are on view through April.

Converse Free Library, Lyme. Kathy Swift, of Lyme, shows work in “Japanese Ink Paintings on Paper” through June 30. Ten percent of sales will go toward Friends of Lyme Library.

Gifford Gallery, Randolph. Watercolors by Killington artist Maurie Harrington are on display through May 2.

Hopkins Center for the Arts, Hanover. The installation artist Natalie Jeremijenko, who is artist-in-residence in Dartmouth College’s Studio Art Department, shows work in the Jaffe-Friede Gallery through April 29.

Howe Library, Hanover. Lebanon artist Sue Wheeler’s show of abstract work, “Immersive Tactiles,” is on view in the Ledyard Gallery through May 2.

Kilton Public Library, West Lebanon. Artwork by Mount Lebanon Elementary School students will be shown from today through May.

Long River Gallery, White River Junction. Work by the Hartland photographer John Lehet shows through May 31.

Norwich Public Library. “Spring Around the Upper Valley,” a show by the Odanaksis artist group, shows through April 27.

Orford Social Library. “Made in Orford,” an exhibition of work by Orford artists and artisans, shows through next Thursday.

Osher at Dartmouth, Hanover. “Pilgrims, Parades and Politics,” a show of photographs of Ireland and Northern Ireland by Herb Swanson, of Lyndonville, Vt., continues through April 26.

Scavenger Gallery, White River Junction. The Pennsylvania-based painter Dave Ohlerking shows work through April.

Tunbridge Public Library. Proceeds from sales of the South Royalton artist John Duffy’s show of photographs, “Where We Live,” will go toward the library and Royalton Community Radio.

Two Rivers Printmaking Studio, White River Junction. A show by the Enfield artist Patty Castellini continues through April 30.

White River Gallery at BALE, South Royalton. “Petroglyphs, Flora and Frenzied Encounters: The Hand-Pulled Prints of Betsey Garand” features a variety of printmaking techniques by Garand, who lives in Hancock, N.H. There will be a reception and artist talk May 5, from 4 to 6 p.m. Through June 15.

Zollikofer Gallery, White River Junction. Watercolors by Norwich resident Judith Miller, and photographs by her son Scott McClure Miller, show through June 30.

EmmaJean Holley can be reached at ejholley@vnews.com or 603-727-3216.




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