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‘MONKEYS, MISSILES AND MUSHROOMS’: Paintings and drawings by Marina Epstein that reflect the artist’s life in Vermont and exotic tropical influences from living in the Yucatan. Through October 30. Info, 229-6297. Capitol Region Visitors Center in Montpelier. NITYA BRIGHENTI: “Why Painting?” watercolors and oils, cityscapes and portraits. Through September 30. Info, 808-358-8185. Capitol Grounds Café in Montpelier.

‘REVISION’: A group exhibition of more than 20 artists who cut, edit, stitch, forge, sculpt and assemble alternate views of the world through a variety of materials and styles, stretching the limits 9/9/19 3:16 PM of ordinary perception. Through October 6. Info, 223-6613. The Kent Museum in Calais.

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SHOW 34: An exhibition of the latest work by gallery members. Through September 29. Info, 552-0877. The Front in Montpelier. SUSAN SAWYER: Botanical artworks. Through September 30. Info, 229-6206. North Branch Nature Center in Montpelier.

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VCFA EXHIBITION: Alums, students and faculty show work on the subject of gender, juried by artist Sheila Pepe. Through October 1. Info, 828-8636. College Hall Gallery, Vermont College of Fine Arts in Montpelier.

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‘THE WAR OF IDEAS’: Propaganda posters from the collections, spanning the Civil War to World War II and illustrating everything from recruitment to support on the homefront. Through October 25. Info, 479-8500. Vermont History Center in Barre.

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CECIL GERRY: “Organized Chaos,” acrylic paintings, prints and sculpture by the NVU graduate. Through September 15. Info, 626-6459. Dibden Center for the Arts, Northern Vermont University in Johnson. DUNCAN JOHNSON: “Horizons,” a new body of work using reclaimed wood, assembled into abstract, 2D compositions. Through October 13. Info, 253-8943. West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park in Stowe. ‘EXPOSED!’: The 28th annual outdoor sculpture exhibition, featuring works on the gallery lawn and around downtown Stowe. Through October 19. Info, 253-8358. Helen Day Art Center in Stowe.

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‘MORRISVILLE MOSAICS’: Multiple artistic interpretations of a sense of place, in a variety of mediums, originating from a community photographic project. Through September 25. Info, 888-1261. ‘UNDERCOVER’: Artwork in a variety of mediums created by members of the Open Studio Figure Drawing group. Through September 15. Info, 888-1261. River Arts in Morrisville. ‘PEAK TO PEAK: 10TH MOUNTAIN DIVISION THEN AND NOW’: An exhibition of photographs and artifacts to highlight the evolution of the division’s equipment and training since its beginning in 1943. Through October 31. Info, 253-9911. Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum in Stowe. PHILIP HAGOPIAN: “Sequel,” multimedia paintings by the Vermont artist. Through September 20. Info, 635-1469. Julian Scott Memorial Gallery, Northern Vermont University in Johnson.

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 ‘HUMAN NATURE/NATURE HUMAN’: Paintings by Deborah Brown that focus on a lone female character, and paintings by Mark Barry that provide poignant recognition of the humor, warmth and universality of everyday experience. Weekends only. Reception: Friday, September 13, 5-8 p.m. Through October 13. Info, 583-5832. Bundy Modern in Waitsfield. VISUAL ART IN SEVEN DAYS:

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If you missed the 27th annual South End Art Hop in Burlington last weekend, well, you really missed something. But there’s good news: Some of the artwork remains on view. One such exhibition is the ceramic work of Burlington artist Rachel Morton at Dedalus Wine Shop, Market & Wine Bar — but only through Saturday, September 21. Nestled on shelving and amid wine racks and cheese displays, her sculpted clay figures and heads — human, animal and mythological — might startle, then delight, browsing oenophiles. Pictured: “The Minotaur.” ‘THE VERMONT WE CANNOT SEE’: Infrared photographs by Lisa Dimondstein, Julie Parker and Sandra Shenk. Through September 14. Info, 244-7801. Axel’s Gallery & Frame Shop in Waterbury.

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‘AMASSED AND UP-ENDED: DECODING THE LEGACY OF STUFF’: Objects, photographs and documents representing four generations of the Robinson family, and exploring how what we save over a lifetime helps to tell our stories. Through October 27. Info, 877-3406. ‘STRUCTURES’: An exhibition repurposing the museum’s historic spaces as settings for contemporary art features work by Meg Walker, Axel Stohlberg, Dennis Versweyveld, Judith Rey, Steve Hadeka, Rob Hitzig and Yoko Ono. An international exhibition of mail art is in the Tourist Cabin. Through October 27. $5. Info, 877-3406. Rokeby Museum in Ferrisburgh. ‘BEFORE HOUDINI: THE MAKING OF A GRAPHIC NOVEL’: Images that show the stages of development of the book by author Jeremy Holt and illustrator John Lucas. Through September 22. Info, 382-9222. Jackson Gallery, Town Hall Theater in Middlebury.

 HANNAH MORRIS: “Waiting to Happen,” a solo

exhibition of new collages, composed of magazine photos and paper detritus, by the Barre artist. Reception: Friday, September 13, 5-8 p.m. Through October 31. Info, 877-2173. Northern Daughters in Vergennes. MUSEUMLAB: A diverse array of pieces from the museum’s collection selected by professors from a variety of disciplines; visitors are invited to observe the reactions sparked when this “teaching laboratory” displays art supporting various college courses. Through December 8. Info, 443-5258. Middlebury College Museum of Art. ‘THESE LAST WARM DAYS’: Works by William Hoyt, Molly Doe Wensberg and Lori Mehta that express nostalgia for the waning days of summer. Through September 30. Info, 989-7419. Edgewater Gallery on the Green in Middlebury.

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‘THESE LAST WARM DAYS’: Works by Joe Bolger, Woody Jackson and Kay Flierl that express nostalgia for the waning days of summer. Through September 30. Info, 989-7419. Edgewater Gallery at Middlebury Falls.

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‘ART OF FIRE’: An all-media exhibit by members. Through November 5. Info, 247-4956. Brandon Artists Guild. SCULPTFEST2019: Site-specific sculptures by nearly a dozen artists, guest-curated by Bill Wolff. Through October 20. Info, 438-2097. The Carving Studio & Sculpture Center in West Rutland.

champlain islands/northwest BARBARA WATERS & TUYEN MY NGUYEN: “Where Do You Draw the Line?” an exhibition of paintings and installation that explores how borders affect habitat. Through October 6. Info, greentaraspace@ gmail.com. GreenTARA Space in North Hero.

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33RD ANNUAL QUILT EXHIBITION: Quilts made by Windsor County quilters, featuring activities and demonstrations. Through September 15. Free with museum admission. Info, 457-2355. Billings Farm & Museum in Woodstock. RACHEL GROSS: “Through the Curve,” new prints. Through October 28. Info, 295-5901. Two Rivers Printmaking Studio in White River Junction. SAMUEL NEUSTADT: “Faces and Places,” digital paintings of local people and architecture by the longtime Pomfret artist. Through September 28. Info, 457-3500. ArtisTree Community Arts Center & Gallery in South Pomfret.

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 CAROLYN MECKLOSKY: “Dream Portraits,” expressionist paintings celebrating the former Dream Café community in Johnson. Closing reception: Friday, October 4, 5-7 p.m. Through

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