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Light Gallery, Plainfield, 238-2001. Through April 27. ELIZABETH NELSON: Landscape paintings in oil, acrylic and mixed media. Sean and Nora's, Barre, 4767326. Through November. ‘ADDING DIMENSION’: Mixed-media and collage works by Vermont artists Alexandra Bottinelli, Timothy Fisher and Maggie Neale. The Lazy Pear Gallery, Montpelier, 223-7690. Through May 18. SUZANNE REXFORD WINSTON: Monoprints. The Green Bean Gallery at Capitol Grounds, Montpelier, Through April. ROSE O’NEILL-SUSPITSYA & NECOLE ZAYATZ: "Wanderlust: Neoplasia to Matroshka," giclĂŠe prints of paintings in the artist's "Chemical Battles Series"; and photographs from working-class life in the Stavropol region of Russia, respectively. Northlight Digital Gallery, White River Junction, 280-1888. Through May 9. ‘MARILYN PRESENTS . . . 10 YEARS OF ART IN THE SUPREME COURT’: Vermont Supreme Court Justice Marilyn Skoglund has been curating the lobby for a decade. This show is a microcosm of all those previous exhibits, with works in multiple media by 12 artists. Vermont Supreme Court Lobby, Montpelier, 828-5657. Through April 25. DENYS WORTMAN: Original drawings by the celebrated cartoonist (18871958). Center for Cartoon Studies, White River Junction, 295-3319. Through May 3. GAAL SHEPHERD: "La Mureille: an exhibition on the theme of a wall," 47 pieces in pastels, oils, photographs, mixed media and sculpture depicting an ancient stone barn in France. Cooler Gallery, White River Junction, 2958008. Through May 2. ART RESOURCE ASSOCIATION GROUP SHOW: Works in various media by more than 20 members of the ARA. Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Montpelier, 279-6349. Through April 26. ‘THE BOAT SHOW’: A flotilla of artistic boats and ships, Main Floor Gallery; and silent-auction items to benefit SPA programs, Second Floor Gallery; and LARRY BOWLING: "Meditations and Daydreams." Studio Place Arts, Barre, 479-7069. Through April 12. AZARIAN FAMILY ART SHOW: Paintings, drawings and woodcuts by nine members of this artistic Vermont family in a shared exhibit. T.W. Wood Gallery, Montpelier, 8288743. Through April 22.

:: northern APRIL FEATURED ARTISTS: Paintings by Tess Beemer, turned wood by Bob Fletcher, textiles by Nan Adriance and photographs by Gustav Verderber. Artist in Residence Cooperative Gallery, Enosburgh Falls, 933-6403. Through April. DANILO GONZALEZ & CHRISTOPHER GRIFFIN: "The Temperature of Color," new paintings combining the colorful cultures of North and Latin America by the international artists, from Dominican Republic and Canada, respectively. West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park, Stowe, 253-8943. Through April. ‘OBJECTS OF DESIRE: STILL LIFE PAINTINGS’: A group exhibit featuring some of Vermont's finest artists in the genre, including Susan Abbott, Julie Y. Baker Albright, Tom Nicholas, Jody dePew McLean, Lucy Petrie and others, through May 11; and 'MY COUSIN HAS EIGHT LEGS': Original artworks by nationally known children's book illustrators Tomie dePaola, Tracey Campbell

Pearson, Phoebe Stone, Jasper Tomkins and Vladimir Vagin, through May 14. Bryan Memorial Gallery, Jeffersonville, 644-5100.

:: southern ‘PAINTING THE BEAUTIFUL’: A major retrospective of American Impressionist paintings from the Michener Art Museum Collection, through August 11; and HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION: Artworks by favorites such as Luigi Lucioni and

Ogden Pleissner, Grandma Moses and Alfred Maurer show the strength and quality of the collection; through May 4. Elizabeth de C. Wilson Museum, Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester, 362-1405.

:: regional ‘BLACK WOMANHOOD: IMAGES, ICONS, AND IDEOLOGIES OF THE AFRICAN BODY’: This traveling exhibition examines the historical roots of black womanhood through

more than 100 sculptures, prints, photographs, video and other media, through August 10; and 'RUSCHA AND POP: ICONS OF THE 1960S': Highlights from the museum's pop-art collection, through June 15. Hood Museum, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., 603-646-2808. CHRIS TULLER: "Machines for a Perfect World," sculptures made of metals and gemstones. Designer Gold Jewelry, Hanover, N.H., 603-6433864. Through April 26.


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REID CROSBY: Abstract acrylic paintings. Irises CafĂŠ & Wine Bar, Plattsburgh, N.Y., 518-566-7000. Through July 10. ‘CUBA! ART AND HISTORY FROM 1868 TO TODAY’: The major retrospective includes some 400 works from the Caribbean island in multiple media. The MontrĂŠal Museum of Fine Arts, 514-285-1600. Through June 8. ďż˝

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