This October the Highland Center for the Arts in Greensboro will exhibit art by more than a half dozen of North America's most renowned wildlife artists. In conjunction with that exhibit, the Vermont Wildlife Coalition Education Fund is offering $2,500 in prizes to students in grades 7-12 who submit their own works of art depicting Vermont wildlife.

Stowe photographer Robert Fahey is the featured artist for the month of September at the Penny Cluse Cafe, 169 Cherry St., Burlington.

Steve Milizia insists that the story behind the Sailing Beyond Cancer mural on Farrell Street, which features a deep blue Lake Champlain and a boat powering through the water, is about other people’s stories — he just happens to be in the middle of it.

“Land and Light and Water and Air” showcases Vermont and New England traditional landscape paintings, while “Let Us Introduce You” exhibits art from five established artists who have never shown at Bryan Memorial Gallery, 180 South Route 108, Jeffersonville.

Broken into chunks, stitched onto the head of Frankenstein’s monster, glimpsed in a mirror: different versions of Jamie Rauchman’s face is on nearly every wall of River Arts’ upstairs gallery in Morrisville.

River Arts in Morrisville hosts an opening celebration for two new exhibits, “Self Reflections” with work by James Rauchman, and “Of Openness and Closeness” with work by Nitya Brighenti, Thursday, Aug. 5, 5:30-7:30 p.m., 74 Pleasant St.

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