White River Gallery Opens Exhibition

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    "Deluge #2," by Brenda Garand. An exhibition of Garand's work opens Friday, Sept. 23, at White River Gallery in South Royalton.

Valley News Staff Writer
Published: 9/22/2016 5:01:35 AM
Modified: 9/22/2016 5:01:41 AM

Dartmouth College professor of studio art Brenda Garand exhibits sculpture and painting made from such unique media as black walnut ink, porcupine quills, wool and clay at the White River Gallery at BALE in South Royalton. There is an opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m. at the gallery Friday. The exhibition continues until Dec. 15.

In Woodstock, Gallery on the Green hosts an opening reception for painter Eric Tobin, who will exhibit his plein air works at the gallery through Sept. 30. The reception runs from 4 to 8 p.m.

The annual “Local Color” exhibition, which features the work of area artists embroidering on the theme of a New England fall, goes on view at ArtisTree Gallery in South Pomfret on Friday with an opening reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The show is up through Oct. 30.

BigTown Gallery in Rochester, Vt., has just opened in its Projects Gallery a show of paintings by Nancy H. Taplin. It is on view through Oct. 22.


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 and Art Center, Lebanon. Five artists show their work in the main galleries. Gina Adams exhibits “Its Honor is Here Pledged;” Lebanon artist Paulette Werger shows metal work in “Animal, Vegetable, Mineral” and gives a gallery talk at 6 p.m. next Thursday; “Nature Revisited” combines the works of Gar Waterman, from Connecticut, and Rob Kesseler, an English artist: both men will speak on Oct. 6 at 6 p.m. Finally, Joshua Yunger exhibits “ABC,” a show about his relationship with AVA Gallery, in the Johnson Sisters Library on the second floor. All exhibits run through Oct. 12. Also, a show of work by Upper Valley artists on view at Pompanoosuc Mills in East Thetford continues through Saturday.

BigTown Gallery, Rochester, Vt. “Painting in the Neighborhood,” with work by Celia Reisman and Peter Fried, is open until Oct. 1.

Cider Hill Art Gallery and Gardens, Windsor. Gary Milek exhibits his work in the gallery.

Converse Free Library, Lyme. Japanese nerikomi ceramics by John Quimby are on view until Sept. 30.

Aidron Duckworth Museum, Meriden. Sculpture, drawings and prints by Saxtons River, Vt., artist Michele Ratte are on view, as is “Developing Dimension,” works by Aidron Duckworth. The sculpture of Terry Lund is on the grounds. The museum closes for the season Oct. 30.

Hall Art Foundation, Reading, Vt. “Landscapes After Ruskin: Redefining the Sublime,” curated by photographer Joel Sternfeld, continues through Nov. 27.

Hopkins Center, Hanover. The sculpture and paintings of artist-in-residence Diana Al-Hadid are on view in the Jaffe-Friede Gallery. “Speak! Listen! CT! A Kaleidoscope of Architectural Elements for Public Space,” with work by Zenovia Toloudi of Studio Z, and students, is in the Strauss Gallery, through Nov. 13.

Howe Library, Hanover. The Ledyard Gallery exhibits the work of Strafford artist Joshua Yunger through Wednesday.

Library Arts Center, Newport. “Voices & Visions: Empowerment Through Art,” an exhibition addressing sexual and domestic violence continues through Oct. 28.

Long River Galleries, Lyme. “Following the Silk Road: From India to New England,” works by textile artist Ann Peck, are up through Nov. 6.

Main Street Museum, White River Junction. The museum’s exhibition of memorabilia associated with the Space Race between the U.S. and the Soviet Union in the late 1950s and early 1960s continues through Oct. 28.

Osher at Dartmouth, Hanover. Lyme artist Barbara Newton exhibits her collages of New England landscapes through Wednesday. The show is open Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and on Fridays from 8:30 to 1 p.m.

Kilton Public Library, West Lebanon. Landscapes and cityscapes by Lyme painter and illustrator Meg McLean are on view through Sept. 30.

Norwich Public Library. “Mixed Bag,” abstract and realist work by Lynda Knisley and Linda Reeves Potter, runs through Oct. 28.

Royalton Memorial Library, South Royalton. Sue Lenfest shows works related to nature and agriculture through Oct. 22.

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, Cornish. Multimedia artist Candice Ivy exhibits her work in “Within Above Below the Skin,” on view in the Picture Gallery through Oct. 31.

Scavenger Gallery, White River Junction. Scavenger has re-opened for the season.

SculptureFest, Woodstock. The annual celebration of three-dimensional art continues through foliage season. A new exhibition, “Grounding,” a show of site-specific work curated by sculptors Jay Mead and Edyth Wright, is now on view at the King Farm, while the Prosper Road site also shows new work. For more information, go to sculpturefest.org.

Tunbridge Public Library. “Facial Recognition,” a show by painter Marianne McCann continues until Nov. 4.

Two Rivers Printmaking Studio, White River Junction. A show of works by Carol Lippman, an artist from West Newbury, Vt., runs through Sept. 30.

Nicola Smith can be reached at nsmith@vnews.com.

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