On Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. the Vermont Studio Center offers a free, virtual talk over Zoom with artist Jean Shin, who is recognized for her monumental installations that incorporate everyday objects.
“Musings from the Nurses Room,” a show of abstract paintings by Heather Bernek Guptill, will be held at Axel’s Gallery, Stowe Street, Waterbury, through Saturday, Feb. 5.
For more than four decades, local hiker and photographer Jeffrey Trubisz has answered the call of the late naturalist John Muir this way: “The mountains are calling, and I must go.”
Celebrate the return of the Members’ Art Show and the Festival of Trees & Lights. This year marks the 40th anniversary of this annual Stowe tradition, featuring a collection of works by members of The Current among twinkling trees in the gallery and art lounge.
A series of generous donations last year have allowed The Current, the contemporary art education and exhibition center in Stowe, to expand education offerings to now include printmaking, glass work and ceramics among other multi-medium classes.
Two new exhibits at River Arts, nonprofit community arts center in downtown Morrisville, provide a meditative respite from the noise of the holiday season and a pandemic that shows no signs of abating.
After a two-year hiatus, South Burlington Friends of the Arts is planning its 2022 Spring Arts Gala, to be held Saturday, March 12, at Higher Ground.
Stepping into the South Burlington Public Art Gallery feels like stepping into a grassy field on a drizzling fall day, cast in soft yet fiery colors. Chickens gossip in a corner, familiar faces peer from under wiry hair and irises bend in the breeze.