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River Gallery at BALE in South Royalton. HOLIDAY MARKET: Annual event featuring a wide array of gifts made by local artists and artisans. Through December 21. Info, 431-0204. Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph.

‘WALKING DOHA’: Photographs of Doha, Qatar, by Maria French. Through N vember 30. Info, maria@mariadayphotography.com. School for International Training Graduate Institute in Brattleboro.

LOUIS C. CHAP: A retrospective exhibition of commercial art, paintings and other works by the late Stockbridge artist. Through Februa y 18. Info, 763-7094. Royalton Memorial Library in South Royalton.

manchester/bennington

‘HARMONIC RESONANCE: RETURN TO THE MYTHIC’: Works by Terry Hauptman and Hugh Joudry. LUIGI LUCIONI: “Within the Birch Grove,” oil paintings and etchings by the late Italian-born artist. Through December 11. Info, 362-1405. Elizabeth de C. Wilson Museum, Southern Vermont Arts Center, in Manchester.

outside vermont

‘ARTISTS OF THE MOHAWK HUDSON REGION’: Eightieth annual exhibition, featuring 126 works by 106 regional artists. Guest curated by Michael Oatman. ‘TRANSFORMING THE HYDE: THE FEIBES & SCHMITT GIFT’: An exhibition featuring works from the newly accessioned 160-piece collection donated by Werner Feibes and the late James Schmitt. The show expands the museum’s focus to include postwar nonobjective and abstract art. Throug December 31. Info, 518-792-1761. The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls, N.Y.

WINTER MEMBER SHOW: Affordably priced paintings and photography by local artists. Through January 1. Info, 362-1405. Yester House Galleries, Southern Vermont Arts Center, in Manchester.

randolph/royalton

BHAKTI ZIEK: “Lexicon,” a solo exhibition of works by the Randolph-based weaver and fiber a tist. Through N vember 26. Info, 767-9670. BigTown Gallery in Rochester.

‘SHE PHOTOGRAPHS’: An exhibition featuring 70 works by 30 contemporary women photographers, including Nan Goldin, Catherine Opie, Kiki Smith and Marnie Weber. Through February 19. ‘THE BLACK SUN OF MELANCHOLY: MONSTERS OF THE UNCONSCIOUS, FROM GOYA AND BLAKE TO REDON AND MUNCH’: Drawings and lithographs by 16 romantic artists who delved the depths of their imaginations to evoke strong feelings in the beholder. Through December 11. Info, 514-285-1600. Montréal Museum of Fine Arts.

BRENDA GARAND: “Touching at a Distance,” sculptures and paintings made with cold-rolled steel, flood cla , wool from the Johnson Woolen Mills, porcupine quills, walnut ink and black felt paper. Through Janua y 15. Info, 498-8438. White

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DEBORAH FRANKEL REESE: Exhibition of oil paintings by the late South Strafford artist, who passed away while preparing her final sho . Through December 16. Info, 603-795-4909. Long River Gallery & Gifts in Lyme, N.H.

Seven months ago, the Burlington resident also known as “Frankie D.” took up brush

DIANNE SHULLENBERGER: An exhibition of works by the Vermont artist. Through December 31. Info, vtdianne@hotmail.com. Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, N.H.

and paint and proceeded to release an onslaught of raw and often funny works. This prolific body of work now graces the

‘INNER SOUL: THE SCULPTURAL WORK OF LAWRENCE J. NOWLAN JR’: Figurative works by the late sculptor. Through December 31. Info, 603-448-3117. AVA Gallery and Art Center in Lebanon, N.H.

walls at Burlington’s BackSpace Gallery, an extension of S.P.A.C.E. The self-taught painter describes himself as “passionately music and heartache.” Through November 26. Pictured: “Painter’s Block Portrait.”

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LAETITIA SOULIER: “The Fractal Architectures,” an exhibition of works by the contemporary French photographer. Through December 11. Info, 603-646 2426. Hood Downtown in Hanover, N.H. m

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