Exhibits: museums and galleries
December 3, 2014 - garden totes
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133 MAIN ST., Brattleboro, Vt. “Who Robbed a Woods? Paintings from a Forest.” New work in pastel by Michaela Harlow. Gallery Walk opening Dec. 5, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Additional hours: Saturday and Sunday, noon to 6 p.m. by Dec. 21, and by appointment. 802-380-3840. A commission of sales during Gallery Walk will go to a Halifax Conservation Group.
ASTRID SHECKELS, annual Studio Art Sale, 2 Mead St., Greenfield. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. New watercolor and oil paintings, sealed children’s books, paper dolls, note cards, animal critters and strange illustrations available. 773-3673, www.astridsheckels.com.
ARTSALON GOES TO NORTHAMPTON: Artists from a Pioneer Valley benefaction their work and ideas during a Northampton Community Arts Trust, 33 Hawley St., Northampton on Saturday, regulating a format called Pecha Kucha (pronounced peh-chak-cha) of 20 slides during 20 seconds each. Artists: Esther White, Stephen Petegorsky, Thomas Douglas, Elizabeth Meyersohn, Rob Kimmel and Dugan Hammock. Refreshments during 6:30 p.m. Presentations start during 7. $5 suggested donation. www.theartsalon.com.
ARTSPACE, 15 Mill St., Greenfield: “New Cycled,” works by Andy Rrothschild. Opening Friday, Dec. 5, 5 to 7 p.m. Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 4 to 6 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, 3 to 6 p.m. 772-6811, www.franklyarts.com. Through Jan. 2.
MOCHA MAYA’S, 47 Bridge St., Shelburne Falls: “Water Forms Winter,” by detailed idealist artist Troy Stallman. The array captures H2O in a gigantic wintry forms. Opening accepting Saturday, Dec. 6 from 7 to 8 p.m. followed by a opening by Kristin Hoffman, singer-songwriter. Through Jan. 15.
“FINDING FOREVER CUP EXHIBITION: Giving Voice to a Children of Foster Care.” 3 Bank Row, Greenfield, underneath Greenfield Coffee. The core goal of this eventuality is twofold: Honoring a many children in a encourage caring complement and valuing a handmade work of potters opposite a country. Purchasing a crater during a muster advantages a Mass. Adoption Resource Exchange and also pays a artist for their time and expertise. To date, some-more than 75 cups and mugs have been perceived from over 10 states. Hours: Thursday and Friday 4 to 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. www.findingforeverexhibition.org. Through Dec. 5.
NINA’S NOOK, 125A Avenue A, Turners Falls: “Face Nook,” Small self-portraits on board combined by stream and former students in a art dialect during Greeenfield Community College will be for sale. All deduction will be donated to a Art Department. Most canvases are 6 by 6 inches. The gallery will be open 1 to 7 p.m. on Nov. 14. Regular hours: Wednesday, Thursday, 4 to 6 p.m., Friday and Saturday 1 to 6 p.m., and by appointment. 834-8800, www.ninasnook.com. Through Dec. 6.
BAYSTATE MEDICAL CENTER, 164 High St.., Greenfield: Photographs of Annette Mackin of Bernardston will be exhibited in a cafeteria. Through Dec. 31.
THE CLARK ARTS INSTITUTE, 225 South St., Williamstown. The Clark’s permanent collection has been reinstalled in a Museum Building, that facilities new gallery spaces for American paintings and European sculpture and low-pitched arts. Seventy-three of a Clark’s French paintings have returned following a three-year general debate to 11 cities that drew some-more than 2.6 million visitors worldwide. ∎ “MONET | KELLY,” an muster that focuses on a poignant purpose Claude Monet’s motifs and a sites that desirous his paintings have played in a work of American painter Ellsworth Kelly. This muster brings together dual paintings and eighteen unpublished drawings comparison by Kelly, together with 9 paintings by Monet from his Belle-Île array and from his garden in Giverny. The muster is accompanied by a wholly illustrated catalog with essays by Yve-Alain Bois and Sarah Lees that try a stress of this pivotal impulse in Kelly’s career as good as a change on Kelly’s work of a after paintings of Monet. Through Feb. 15. www.clarkart.edu.
THE DAYLILY GALLERY, 8A Sugarloaf St., South Deerfield. Louise Mahoney will benefaction her art by December. She lives in South Deerfield and is a internal of Hadley. She has a master’s grade in preparation and her primary concentration has been training art in a classroom as good as to sold and tiny groups in her Connecticut studio.
DEERFIELD ARTS BANK, South Deerfield, has turn a present emporium for a season. Small Art 4 Big Holidays facilities all between $2 and $100. www.deerfieldartsbank.com.
LOCUST GALLERY, Cooley Dickinson Hospital, 30 Locust St. (Route 9), Northampton. Photography by Ken Kipen of Ashfield. The vaunt title, “Life After Life,” says a artist, describes his “lifetime camera-work with subjects depicting a army in inlet that safeguard a smoothness in a face of time-related mankind for people and even whole species.” Through December.
ELEVEN SOUTH GALLERY, Routes 5 10, Bernardston. Annual vaunt of original, internal art for a walls, art for a list and art to wear. Paintings from a estate of Elice Davis Pieropan, proprietor painters David Sund and Lisa Henry and guest artists Jo-Ann Denehy and John Tomesetti; pottery from proprietor potters Pam Pieropan Adorno and Jeanne Douillard as good as works by other informal artisans. Hours: Thursday by Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. Through Dec. 21.
ERIC CARLE MUSEUM OF PICTURE BOOK ART, 125 West Bay Road, Amherst. ∎ “Eric Carle: Re-Imagined and Re-Imagined.” Over a past 45 years, several of Carle’s books have been republished, providing Carle with an event to re-imagine some of his progressing illustrations. The pairings on perspective in this muster prominence works that Carle chose to re-illustrate for republication alongside prior editions. Through Mar 22. ∎ “Madeline during 75: The Art of Ludwig Bemelmans.” To symbol a anniversary of everyone’s favorite schoolgirl, Madeline, this muster celebrates Bemelman’s legacy. Drawings from any of a 6 Madeline books will be on view. Through Feb. 22. www.carlemuseum.org.
GREENFIELD COMMUNITY COLLEGE DOWNTOWN CAMPUS GALLERY, 270 Main St., Greenfield: “Summer, Summer, Summer … Not.” Oil paintings by Susan Valentine. Through Jan. 3.
HISTORIC DEERFIELD, is a nationally famous museum charity tours of duration houses and a Flynt Center of Early New England Life. 80 Old Main St., Deerfield. Regular deteriorate hours: open daily, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (except Thanksgiving Day and Dec. 24 and 25). “The Museum’s Attic” gallery. Regular deteriorate admission: adults, $14; girl (ages 6-17), $5. Under 6, members and Deerfield residents are free. For some-more information, call 413-775-7132 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Current exhibitions during a Flynt Center include: ∎ “Deerfield: A Community of Craftwork in a Early 20th Century,” that showcases a work of Deerfield’s humanities crafts community. More than 30 objects from Historic Deerfield’s collections. Through Feb. 15. ∎ “Into a Woods: Crafting Early American Furniture, a long-term seat exhibition.” ∎ “Engraved Powder Horns from a French and Indian War and a American Revolution: The William H. Guthman Collection,” permanent. ∎ “Celebrating a Fiber Arts: The Helen Geier Flynt Textile Gallery,” a permanent muster with changing elements. See a “Potpourri” sections in a calendar for listings of special events. 413-775-7127. www.historic-deerfield.org.
JEWISH COMMUNITY OF AMHERST, 742 Main St., Amherst. “The Letters Speak.” Collages and photographs by Randi Stein. The collage are a outcome of Stein’s review into a qualities of a Hebrew letters, which, Jewish science has it, spoke a star into being.
MASS MOCA, off Marshall Street, North Adams. Fall/winter/spring hours: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Tuesdays. Summer hours (August), 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. www.MASS MoCA.org. ∎ Lee Boroson: “Plastic Fantastic,” Boroson’s work starts with ideas of nature, that he mediates between a landscape as enlightenment as against to notions of a outdoor as “wild” or “untamed.” ∎ Ann Hamilton: “Paper Chorus.” A array of handmade abaca paper forms with embedded textiles designed to be ragged on a body. Recognizing how a works’ visible participation was remade when activated by a physique in motion, a artist began to detect a works not as immobile objects, though as low-pitched instruments. The paper components rustle, rattle, and resonate when worn. Through open 2015. ∎ Christopher Chiappa: “Stasis Horror.” More than 80 of Christopher Chiappa’s rebellious paintings — executed on stools. Arranged on shelves, designed and built by Chiappa, these witty variety of conform and duty review as a collection of sold artworks, as good as one immeasurable painterly relief. Exuberant, humorous and critical all during once, a works are a outcome of a poignant branch indicate in a artist’s use when he all though gave adult creation art over 10 years ago. They grew out of a unsentimental problem: faced with an dull studio – and a need for a list and chairs – a artist done objects that would duty as both. Through Jun 2015. ∎ Kidspace: “It’s Only Human.” Works by internationally-acclaimed British artists Nick Veasey and Marilene Oliver, who both use medical imaging record to vaunt what’s going on underneath a skin. Through May 25. ∎ “The Dying of a Light: Film as Medium and Metaphor.” This vaunt facilities a work of 6 artists — Rosa Barba, Matthew Buckingham, Tacita Dean, Rodney Graham, Lisa Oppenheim and Simon Starling — “who gain on film’s sold visual, material, auditory and even metaphoric characteristics.” ∎ “Eclipse,” that examines class annihilation by a newcomer pigeon, whose once-massive race left 100 years ago. This designation that developed from a array of conversations between New Yorker author Elizabeth Kolbert and artist twin Sayler/Morris (Susannah Sayler and Edward Morris), combines video, sound and content to emanate an immersive and contemplative muster in a newly recognised muster space. It non-stop on Sept. 1, a centenary of a genocide of a final famous newcomer pigeon, Martha. Through open 2015. ∎ Teresita Fernández: “As Above So Below.” Demonstrating a artist’s conspicuous ability to renovate materials and their surrounding design into an enveloping perceptual experience, this vaunt combines graphite and bullion to emanate a array of immersive, companion installations whose scale shifts from insinuate to vast, from tiny to panoramic. Fernández’s largest solo muster to date, it is done adult wholly of new works. ∎ Darren Waterston: “Uncertain Beauty.” Painter Darren Waterston’s designation “Filthy Lucre” — a exhibit’s a centerpiece — is a contemporary re-imagining of James McNeill Whistler’s 1876 low-pitched masterpiece “Harmony in Blue and Gold: The Peacock Room.” Through Jan 2015. ∎ “In Transit: Between Image and Object.” Artists Dike Blair, Hugh Scott-Douglas, and collaborative twin Guyton/Walker paint, print, and plan epitome images and patterns onto a aspect of shipping crates. Incorporating storage and travel containers into clear multimedia installations, these artists try parallels between a earthy transformation of artworks and a clearly vast dissemination of visible information opposite media and networks in a digital age. Through Jan. 14. ∎ Mark Dion: “The Octagon Room.” This vaunt investigates into a confused bounds between art, society, and history, as good as a homogenized methods of their display and consumption. Through Feb. 1. NINA’S NOOK, 125A Avenue A, Turners Falls: All things Turners Falls, zip “01376”! Jewelry, selling totes, photos, cards, paintings and some-more featuring iconic Turners Falls images by internal artist Nina Rossi. Plus a immeasurable preference of gifts for a holidays: steampunk recycled tire bags, geared necklaces and light switches, weird sculpture, Shimmer Tatts proxy lead tattoos, guitar accessories and other un-necesariums. Thursday by Sunday noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 24, noon to 4 p.m. or by appointment 413-834-8800. Through December. www.ninasnook.com, email@example.com
THE WENDELL FREE LIBRARY, New work by veteran photographer Stephen Petegorsky of Northampton: 10 works formed on stained animal skeletons from a Biology Department during UMass-Amherst. The initial images, a formula of systematic inquiry, are remade into superb visible art works as fascinating as they are poetic, says a gallery. More about his work can be schooled here: www.spphoto.com. Library hours: Tuesday noon to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Thursday, 3 to 7 p.m.; Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. Through Jan. 3.