art BURLINGTON SHOWS
December 31. Info, email@example.com. Flynndog in Burlington. THE POPPYCLOCK COLLECTIVE: Collaborative mixed-media works by Burlington artists Haley Bishop Rockwood and DeAnna Kerley. Through November 30. Info, 658-6016. Speeder & Earl’s Coffee, Pine Street, in Burlington.
November 26. Info, 652-4510. Amy E. Tarrant Gallery in Burlington. DOK WRIGHT: “Sammada Photographs,” large-scale images on canvas. Through December 31. Info, 864 2088. Artspace 106 at the Men’s Room in Burlington.
‘SARGENT TO BASQUIAT: UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT ALUMNI COLLECTIONS’: An exhibition of works on loan that span the late 19th to the early 21st centuries and represent some of the most influential s yles of the last 130 years. Through December 16. Info, 656-8582. Fleming Museum of Art, University of Vermont ,in Burlington.
‘GAME PROGRAM’: Works by alumni in game art, design, programming and production work featuring concept art, playable game media, panel discussions and workshops. Through December 8. EBEN MARKOWSKI: “Gravity,” a life-size steel sculpture of a female Asian elephant inspired by the tragedy of the global ivory trade. Through December 10. JOE MANLEY: “Plug/Unplug,” an exhibition of the Champlain game design professor’s clustered ceramic wall sculptures, brought to life by digital projection mapping. Through December 10. Champlain College Art Gallery in Burlington. Info, firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEVE SHARON: Paintings by the local artist. Through December 31. Info, 859-9222. The G lery at Main Street Landing in Burlington. VERMONT WATERCOLOR SOCIETY: The Burlington St. Albans hub of the statewide art organization shows new works by members. Through N vember 30. Info, 859-9222. Art’s Alive Gallery @ Main Street Landing’s Union Station in Burlington.
FRANK DEANGELIS: “Atrocities,” works by the artist who began painting just seven months ago. Through N vember 26. Info, 578-2512. The Backspace Gallery in Burlington.
‘THE BLUES’: Exhibition of works incorporating the color blue. Through December 31. Info, 899-4936. Jericho Town Hall.
HOLIDAY MARKET: A selection of artwork and handmade gifts for the holiday season. Through January 4. Info, 777-7777. ONE Arts Center in Burlington.
‘GREEN: A FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION’: An exhibition of images incorporating the color that we associate with money, the environment, aliens, revitalization and rebirth, juried by Sarah Elise Abramson. Through December 4. Info, 777-3686. Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction.
INNOVATION CENTER EXHIBITION: Works curated by SEABA in a variety of mediums. First floor: Ke ley Taft, Kristen Watson, Littlest Penguin Photography, Rae Harrell, Robert Gold and Stephen Zeigfinger; second floor: Amanda ella, Janet Bonneau, John Metruk, Marilyn Barry and Pete Boardman; third floor: Donna Biste , Gaal Shepherd, Nicole Colella, SRMPhotography and Terry L. Mercy. Through November 30. Info, 859-9222. The Inn vation Center of Vermont in Burlington.
JOHN BRICKELS: An exhibition of new architectural clay works by the Essex Junction artist. Through November 27. Info, 985-9511. Rustic Roots in Shelburne. TANYA CHALY: “Complex Contingencies,” an exhibition of “forensic suites” of detailed and individually framed drawings of biodiversity by the New York artist. Upon close inspection, the works reveal pathologies, disease, parasitic infestations and mutations. Through December 9. Info, bco lier@ smcvt.edu. McCarthy Art Gallery, Saint Michael’s College, in Colchester.
KATHARINE MONTSTREAM: “Snow Daze,” new snowscape paintings in watercolor and oil. Through December 1. Info, 862-8752. Montstream Studio in Burlington. ‘KEN RUSSACK: URBAN STUDIES 101’: Oil paintings on canvas of buildings and houses of Burlington’s neighborhoods. Through December 2. Info, 864 5884. Karma Bird House Gallery in Burlington.
‘BIG ART, BOLD VISION’: An exhibition curated by Janet Van Fleet featuring enlargements of works by 16 artists in mall windows. Artists include Rosalind Daniels, Anna Dibble, Janet Fredericks, Jessa Gilbert, Steven P. Goodman, Wendy James, Mark Lorah, Mickey Myers, Maggie Neale, Elizabeth Nelson, Adelaide Murphy Tyrol, Arthur Schaller, Jayne Shoup, David Smith, Kathy Stark and Frank Woods. Through N vember 26. Info, janetvanfleet fairpoint.net. Berlin Mall.
LONGINA SMOLINSKI: “Reflection,” new work that presents the artist’s emotions through color while reflecting on the beau y of Vermont landscapes. Through December 4. Info, 999-4848. Brickwork A t Studios in Burlington. MARC FONTAINE: “45 Years Later,” an exhibition of photos representing the artist’s return to photography. Through Janua y 1. Info, 540-8333. Sequoia Salon in Burlington.
‘OUT OF DARKNESS TOWARDS LIGHT’: New mixed-media works by Lily Hinrichsen and Karla Van Vliet, each depicting their journey from the mysteries of darkness to the illuminations of light. Throug
at Trinity College, the Norwich-based professional photographer traveled to the former USSR on a two-week trip led by Ashkenazi Jewry historian Samuel D. Kassow. “It was one of the most memorable trips I’ve ever taken,” Goodwin says, “rich with history and full of photographic opportunity.” Taken in Leningrad and Moscow as well as Tbilisi, Georgia, and Vilnius, Lithuania, Goodwin’s images demonstrate a vernacular sensibility, focusing on the region’s citizens — particularly children — as they move through city streets in a state on the verge of dissolution. Through January 13.
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‘IN PRAISE OF WATER’: Goddard College artists approach the theme of water from multiple perspectives: aesthetic, ecological, social, political, spiritual and contemplative. Artists include Richard Ambelang, Susan Buroker, Kate Egnaczak, Dan Goldman, Tom Hansell, Seitu Jones, Phillip Robertson, Cynthia Ross, Sharon Siskin, Ruth Wallen and Nanci Worthington. Through April 9, 2017. Info, 322-1604. Goddard Art Gallery, Pratt Center, Goddard College, in Plainfield IRIS GAGE: Handcrafted botanical art by the apothecary owner. Through December 31. Info,
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‘FREAKS, RADICALS & HIPPIES: COUNTERCULTURE IN 1970S VERMONT’: An exhibition that explores the influx of people and countercultural ideas to the state, from communes to organic agriculture, progressive politics to health care reform, alternative energy to women’s and gay rights. Through December 30. $5-20. Info, 479-8500. Vermont Heritage Galleries in Barre.
‘OF LAND & LOCAL: WATERSHED’ AT BCA: The fourth iteration of the annual exhibition features new site-specific and place-based works relating to the Vermont landscape, presented by Shelburne Farms and Burlington City Arts. Exhibiting artists include Sean Clute, Cameron Davis, Al Larsen, Rachel Moore, Michael Zebrowski, John Douglas, Casey Blanchard, Galen Cheney, Mark Reamy and Gail Salzman. Through Janua y 14. Info, 865-7166. BCA Center in Burlington.
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MATT DOUGLAS: “Pets in Tiny Hats,” a series of screen prints that explore the contrast between domesticated companions and small headgear. Through N vember 30. Info, 651-4114. The ap Room at Switchback Brewing in Burlington.
‘CELEBRATE!’: Annual local arts celebration featuring a wide variety of art and crafts created by more than 75 SPA member artists. Through December 30. Info, 479-7069. Studio Place Arts in Barre.
KIRSTEN HURLEY: “Death,” an exhibition of paintings and hanging sculptural ornaments by the Vermont artist. Through December 6. Info, 865-6223. Battery Street Jeans in Burlington.