At the galleries

“Paramita II,” 18 in. by 54 in., acrylic on wood. By Liz Hawkes deNiord at CX Silver Gallery.

Asian Cultural Center of Vermont and C.X. Silver Gallery

814 Western Ave, Brattleboro, 802 257-7898, ext. 1

Sept-March: Liz Hawkes deNiord’s paintings and clay works. The opening reception and book launch is Sept 29, 5:30-7:30p. Open daily by appointment. Concurrent with the exhibition, the gallery is publishing a book on Liz’s work.

Catherine Dianich Gallery

139 Main St, Brattleboro

Open by appointment only, 802 380-1607

See website for more info.

Chaffee Art Center

16 South Main St., Rutland, 802 775-0356

Closed for renovation; expected to re-open in October.

Crow Hill Gallery

729 Flamstead Road, Chester, 802 875-3763

Original watercolors by Jeanne Carbonetti.

Crowell Gallery at the Moore Free Library

23 West St., Newfane, 802-365-7948

September: Kathie Gatto-Gurney, sculpture. October: Jason Alden. November: Maisie Crowther, oils. December: Bill Dixon, photography, “Southwest Missions.”

DaVallia Art Boutique

78 Common St., Chester, 802 875-1203

Featuring artwork in wood, glass, metal, pottery, stone, concrete, jewelry, and furniture.

Davallia 39 North Gallery

39 North St., Chester, 802-875-8900

Showcasing an evolving creative space for American handcrafted furniture, art, sculpture and home décor. Indoor and outdoor exhibits.

Elaine Beckwith Gallery

3923 VT Route 30, Jamaica, 802 874-7234

Featuring the paintings of Arnaldo Miccoli. Born in Cavallino, Italy, Miccoli graduated from the Institute of Art G. Pellegrino in Lecce and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome with Gentillini.

Epoch Gallery

4927 Main St., Manchester, 802 768-9711

A cooperative art and craft gallery featuring 18 of Vermont’s finest artisans working in a variety of disciplines. Each day the gallery is staffed by one of the artisan members offering their unique view of the creative process.

Gallery 2 and Vermont Artisan Designs

106 Main St., Brattleboro

10a-7p Mon-Sat, 11a-4p Sun, 802 257-7044

Featuring fine art and hand-crafted gifts, at Vermont Artisan Designs and Gallery 2 you’ll also find sculptures and the works of more than 350 American craftspeople are on display. Unique jewelry, blown glass, pottery, wrought iron, pewter, turned wood, jewelry boxes, clocks, chimes and the famed Vermont Folk Rocker are just some of the hard-to-find items available. This unusual gallery has been in Brattleboro for more than 35 years.

Gallery at the VAULT

68 Main St., Springfield, 802 885-7111

The VAULT serves the community as an educational resource with our schedule of workshops and lectures. Both the gallery and the gift shop carry only original, juried, handcrafted local and regional artwork.

Gallery in the Woods

145 Main St., Brattleboro

Open daily 11a-5:30p, noon-5p Sun, 802 257-4777

Gallery in the Woods is both a virtual gallery and a three-dimensional place. The works here express the qualities of the human experience which are visionary, surreal, fantastic, and sacred. The living artists in this group come from a variety of places and cultures on the globe, responding to the present time on Earth with their visions of the human psyche.

Gallery North Star

151 Townshend Road, Grafton

10a-5p daily (Tuesday by chance), 802 843-2465

October: Susan Abbott Solo Show. December: Till the Cows Come Home Group Show. Ongoing: Gallery North Star present works by more than 30 of New England’s finest artists in oil, pastel, watercolor, and sculpture. The gallery prides itself on showing a diverse selection of artistic styles to fit any discerning palate.

Gallery Wright

7 N. Main St., Wilmington, 802 464-9922

A handsome fine art gallery specializing in contemporary realism, landscape, figure and still-life paintings by renowned New England artists represented in a beautiful, warm, and relaxed environment.

Great Hall

100 River St., Springfield

Thurs-Sat, noon-4p, 802 885-3061

Oct 12: This exhibit celebrates our still wild lands and the beauty and experiences enjoying mountains, rivers, deserts, and forests that we own as a public. The idea is to spotlight preservation and how societies come to value and live in balance with natural resources in a time of climate change. “The impetus for the exhibition is to help inspire cultural conversations around our national landscape and the importance of nature to us as a country,” says Nina Jamison, director of exhibitions, Great Hall Public Art Showcase. Renowned New England landscape artists participating include Pat Musick, James Urbaska, Charlie Hunter, Joan Hoffmann, Susan Abbott, Rich Cofrancesco, Ailyn Hoey, Walter Cudnohufsky, Jessica Houston, and Oliver Schemm. Opening reception Oct 12. All exhibitions and events at the Great Hall are underwritten by the Springfield Regional Development Corp.

Joan Hoffmann, “Cathedral Peaks,” Yosemite. Oil, 48 in. x 60 in. Part of the Wild Lands exhibition at the Great Hall in Springfield, VT.

Mitchell Giddings Fine Arts

183 Main St., Brattleboro, 802 251-8290

Wed–Tu, 11a–5p

Through Sept 17: Jim Giddings & Petria Mitchell: Oils and Watercolors. MGFA founders and co-owners present new and reworked paintings. Sept 21-Nov 5: Mapping the Unknown, Susan Osgood (in collaboration with poet GennaRose Nethercott), exhibits monotypes, oil paintings, and collages that invite the viewer to delve into the atmosphere resting beneath various forms of map-like lines. Sept 21: opening reception, 5-7p. Oct 28, artist talk, 5-7p. Nov-Dec: Prints by Emily Mason.

Susan Osgood, “Red Sea 1” (2009). Monotype diptych, 13 in. x 23.25 in. Osgood’s show “Mapping the Unknown,” in partnership with local poet GennaRose Nethercott, runs Sept 21ñNov 5 at Mitchell Giddings Fine Arts in Brattleboro.

Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery

At Keene State College, Keene, NH, 603 358-2720

Sept 22-Dec 6: Impulse and Discipline: 60 years of paintings by Robert S. Neuman, 1950-2010. Sept 22: Opening reception, time TBD. Ongoing: ColorCycle, a project by artist in residence Katharina Rooney; Behind These Walls, highlights from the collection.

Tilting at Windmills Gallery

24 Highland Ave., Manchester Center

10a-5p Mon-Sat, 9a-5p Sun, 802 362-3022

One of New England’s largest fine art galleries, Tilting at Windmills features a broad selection of work by important national, regional, and international artists.

Vermont Center for Photography

49 Flat St., Brattleboro

2-7p Fri, noon-5p Sat and Sun, 802 251-6051

Thru Oct 1: Brent Seabrook, The Vermont Farmwork Project. Oct 6-29: Deb Schwedhelm: From the Sea. Nov 3-26: In-Sight’s 19th Annual Exhibition and Benefit Auction.

The Village Green Gallery

661 Main St., Weston, 9a-5p daily, 802 824-3669

Showcasing works by selected Vermont artists and artisans. The cozy building next to the Vermont Country Store offers a place for visitors to socialize while savoring fine art.

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