Castleton Downtown Gallery
Center Street Alley, Rutland
http://www.castleton.edu/arts, 802 282-2396
Thru June 24: Notes From Underground: Elizabeth Michelman. Michelman’s artistic musings guide us through experiences of language-as-form, form-as-language, the poetry of video and music, and the politics of making art. July 1-Aug 12: Moments of Movement: Christine Holzschuh. Capturing the human figure in movement and candid moments of interaction is a focus of Holzchuh’s small paintings. Opening reception July 14, 6p. Aug 19-Sept 30: Persi Narvaez. A collection of vibrant paintings by Persi Narvaez to be shown at the Castleton Downtown Gallery. Opening reception Sept 1, 6p.
Chaffee Art Center
16 South Main St., Rutland
http://www.chaffeeartcenter.org, 802 775-0356
Aug 12-13: Art in the Park. The Chaffee Art Center is pleased to host its 56th Annual Art in the Park Fine Art & Craft Festivals, featuring a variety of fine artisans and crafters.
The Castleton University Bank Gallery
104 Merchants Row, Rutland
http://www.castleton.edu/arts, 802 282-2396
Thru June: The She Project, Part I, with Kristen M. Watson and Mary Admasian. With a nod to the tradition of femmage, art constructed of found and saved objects that express a female narrative, the artists use mirrors, cosmetics, beautification products, and natural elements to address themes around self confidence, worth, and age-related sexual power.
Christine Price Gallery
Fine Arts Center, Castleton University
45 Alumni Dr., Castleton
Aug 28-Sept 29: Ruth Hamilton: A collection of new work.
At Moore Free Library, Newfane
http://www.moorefreelibrary.com, 802 365-7948
June: Philip Foster, ink on paper. July: Karma Kitaj & Sharon Myers, mixed media. August: Gerarde Doucette, watercolor. September: Kathie Gatto-Gurney, sculpture.
Cynthia-Reeves New England
PO Box 788, Walpole, N.H. 03601
http://www.cynthia-reeves.com, 802 579-1029
June 10-July 22: Beth Ganz: Atlas Project. Featuring new works by Beth Ganz and sculpture by Willard Boepple.
Gallery 2 and Vermont Artisan Designs
106 Main St., Brattleboro
Mon-Sat 10a-7p; Sun 11a-4p
http://www.vtart.com, 802 257-7044
Thru May: The Art of Paul D. Ortlip, the youngest of the seven offspring of renowned artists H. Willard Ortlip and Aimee Eschner Ortlip. He found art to be his life’s calling. Growing up with a paintbrush in hand, Paul trained with his parents in their fabled studio high above the Hudson River and Edgewater, on the cliffs of Fort Lee, New Jersey.
Gallery at the VAULT
68 Main St., Springfield
http://www.galleryvault.org, 802 885-7111
June 10-11: Photographic Composition with Stephen Whitaker. June 26-29: Smoke-Fired Garden Sculptures and Animal Forms with Susan Raber Bray.
Gallery in the Woods
145 Main St., Brattleboro
Open daily 11a-5:30p, 12-5p Sun
http://www.galleryinthewoods.com, 802 257-4777
Ongoing: Gallery 1: Richard Heller, New Paintings in Oil. Gallery 2: Dante Corsano, New Furniture. Gallery 3: Tribal Art Collected from the Studios of Mexico’s Internationally Collected Master Craftsmen and -women.
Gallery North Star
151 Townshend Road, Grafton
10a-5p daily (Tuesday by chance)
http://www.gnsgrafton.com, 802 843-2465
Current: James Urbaska, Distant Waterway; Susan Abbot, The Captain’s House; Craig Mooney, Valley Mist; and Mariella Bisson, The Rocks, The River, You and Me. July 8-Aug 6: Paul Stone solo show.
100 River St., Springfield
http://www.Facebook.com/GreatHallSpringfield, 802 885-3061
Thru Sept 8: Great Hall is proud to announce a new spring/summer installation: Four Centripetal Views from Rutland artist William T. Ramage, which includes several room-size photos and painting sculptures and is a showcase of Ramage’s mind-bending art.
Mitchell-Giddings Fine Arts
183 Main St., Brattleboro
Thru June 18: Torin Porter, Before Words: stylized steel sculptural figures. June 22-July 30: Abstract and figurative wire mesh sculpture by Eric Boyer.
Rutland Chamber of Commerce Gallery
50 Merchants Row, Rutland
http://www.rutlandvermont.com, 802 773-2747
Thru Sept: Paintings by Kristen Partesi, a Castleton University graduate and FHUHS art teacher.
Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery
At Keene State College, Keene, N.H.
http://www.keene.edu/tsag, 603 358-2720
June 3-Sept 3: Biennial Regional Juror’s Choice Exhibition. Ongoing: A project by Artist-in-Residence Katharina Rooney.
Vermont Center for Photography
49 Flat St., Brattleboro
http://www.vcphoto.org, 802 251-6051
June 2-July 2: Seeing the River: A History of the Connecticut River in Brattleboro. A specially curated photo exhibition designed to celebrate the natural beauty and history of the Connecticut River in Brattleboro’s backyard. July 7-30: Garrett Hansen: HAIL. At the core of The Void series is a desire to consider these facts and to create a set of images that speaks to their implications. Each of the images is created from individual bullet holes. Aug 4-27: By the Books: Second Juried Photobook Exhibition. Showcasing a wide variety of outstanding photographic books in our gallery for August.
Vermont Governor’s Gallery
Pavilion Office Building, 109 State St., Montpelier
Thru June 30: Jo MacKenzie, Moments: watercolor paintings on paper featuring domestic interiors and florals.
Vermont Supreme Court Gallery
111 State St., Montpelier
Thru June: From Nature to Abstract: Works by Maria Anghelache.
114 Westminster Road, Putney
http://www.villageartsofputney.fineaw.com, 802 246-7742
May 31-June 2: Painting the Garden from Life, with Kathy Anderson. June 22-24: Effective Block-Ins for Successful Oil Paintings, with Tatiana Yanovskaya. July 12-14: Animal Portraiture, with Johanne Mangi. Sept 6-8: Secrets to Plein Air Painting, with Mark Boedges.