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City Gallery

July 6–30: Elton Harder Kane: an exhibition of what is not there. Painting, printmaking and mixed media by artists Freddi Elton, Barbara Harder, and Kathy Kane. Opening reception: Thursday, July 13, 5–7 p.m. Artists talk: Sunday, July 30, 2–4 p.m. The gallery is closed in August. In September, Michael Zack will have a solo exhibit, and in October all members will participate in CWOS@CityGallery.

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Kathy Kane, Stroke, acrylic on watercolor paper, 22' x 30". At City Gallery.

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Barbara Harder, J Topog Concordia 4, monotype, mixed media. At City Gallery.

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Freddi Elton, Interphase Creature, collograph on board, 12 x 14". At City Gallery.

994 State St., New Haven, CT

(203) 782-2489



Th–Su 12–4

Courtyard Gallery

The Courtyard Gallery, now in its 13th year, has gained the reputation of having the most diverse collection of original fine art in the area. Enjoy work from more than 40 acclaimed painters and sculptors in an intimate, comfortable setting. Ongoing: Celebrating Earth’s Beauty: Land and Sea. Weekly Meet the Artists Sunday Salons: 3–6 p.m., wine and light refreshments.

12 Water St. B3, Mystic, CT

(860) 536-5059


M, Th-Sa 11–6, Su 12–6 , and by appointment

Del-Bourree Bach, The Sea Is Always Home, acrylic on panel. At Courtyard Gallery.

Florence Griswold Museum

Ongoing: Flora/Fauna: The Naturalist Impulse in American Art explores the interconnections of fine art and natural history, beginning with the Peale family, John James Audubon and their contemporaries and examines the naturalist impulse in works by the Hudson River School, American Pre-Raphaelites, and American Impressionist artists. Highlighting Impressionists such as Childe Hassam, Willard Metcalf, and Harry Hoffman, the exhibition showcases the importance of naturalist subjects for artists at the Lyme Art Colony, centered at Florence Griswold’s boarding house.                  

96 Old Lyme St., Old Lyme, CT

(860) 434-5542

facebook.com/florencegriswoldmuseum, twitter.com/griswoldmuseum


Tu–Sa 10–5, Su 1–5

John James Audubon and Joseph R. Mason, Black-billed Cuckoo, 1828, from The Birds of America, first edition. Engraving, etching, aquatint, and watercolor on paper, 39 x 26". Collection of the Museum of American Bird Art at Mass Audubon, Bequest of Anna Bemis Stearns, 1995. At Florence Griswold Museum.

Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center

The world’s largest Native American museum, The Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center serves as a major resource on the histories and cultures of Native Americans in the northeast and on the region’s rich natural history. Ongoing: Titled Without a Theme, the immersive display showcases approximately 20 vibrant, large-format installations from seven premier North American artists.

110 Pequot Trail, Mashantucket, CT

(800) 411-9671



W–Sa 10–5

Jeff Kahm, Converse No. 5, 2017, acrylic on Canvas 90 x 90". At Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center.

Mattatuck Museum

Opening July 30: Winslow Homer: American Life 1857–1875. Featuring 100 prints from illustrated weeklies and journals by Homer and selected from a gift of engravings recently donated by collectors David and Ann Jones. The engravings will be complemented by paintings on loan from other Connecticut museums. This overview of Homer’s career as an illustrator will be presented thematically. Subjects include the Civil War, 19th century life, the changing role of women, popular entertainment and the outdoors.

144 West Main St., Waterbury, CT

(203) 753-0381


Tu–Sa 10–5, Su 12–5

Charlie Brown Heart. Image © 2017 Peanuts Worldwide LLC. At Mattatuck Museum.

Mystic Museum of Art

Through July 29: Robert Brackman: Thinking in Color examines Brackman’s portraits, still lifes, and figural scenes. Taught by Robert Henri and George Bellows, Brackman himself became a beloved teacher, who advocated color as the basis of beauty. Curated by Erika Neenan, the exhibition includes permanent collection works and loans, including the portraits of Charles and Anne Lindbergh, which established Brackman’s reputation, generously loaned here by Mead Art Museum, Amherst College.

9 Water St., Mystic, CT

(860) 536-7601



M–Su 11–5

Robert Brackman, Portrait of the Artist’s Wife, Francis Brackman, 1937, oil on canvas. Mystic Museum of Art Permanent Collection. At Mystic Museum of Art.

New Britain Museum of American Art

Ongoing: California Dreaming: Ed Moses, Billy Al Bengston & Ed Ruscha. Also ongoing: Samuel F.B. Morse’s “Gallery of the Louvre” & the Art of Invention. Free Parking • Café • Museum Shop. Open seven days a week.

56 Lexington St., New Britain, CT

(860) 229-0257



Su, M, Tu, W, F 11–5, Th 11–8, Sa 10–5

Yale University Art Gallery

The museum features more than 4,000 artworks, including ancient, American, European, African, Asian, and Indo-Pacific art, as well as photography and modern and contemporary art and design. Special exhibitions include Small-Great Objects: Anni and Josef Albers in the Americas; Let Us March On: Lee Friedlander and the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom; and Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Art of Light. Free and open to the public.

1111 Chapel St., New Haven, CT

(203) 432-0600


Tu–F 10–5, Sa–Su 11–5

Thomas Wilfred, Study in Depth, Op. 152, 1959. Projector, reflector units, electrical and lighting elements, and a projection screen; 142 days, 2 hrs., 10 mins. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., Gift of Bristol-Myers Squibb by transfer from the National Museum of American History, Behring Center, 2004, 04.2. At Yale University Art Gallery.


Abigail Ogilvy Gallery

Through August 13: The Garden: Summer Group Exhibition featuring nine artists whose recent work addresses themes of growth, transformation and the natural world through unique processes and use of medium. Opening September 1: A duo exhibition of paintings by Ariel Basson Freiberg and Lavaughan Jenkins, that focuses on transmutations of the human figure.

460C Harrison Ave., Boston, MA

(617) 820-5173



W–Sa 11–6, Su 11–4

Marie Najera, Fortune Teller, 2017, mixed media on panel, 48 x 36". At Abigail Ogilvy Gallery.

Art Complex Museum

Through September 3: Wood as Muse, making art with wood. Rotations: Objects from the Collection. Through August 13: Painted Shapes: Contemporary White Line Woodcuts. Opening August 20: Mel Leipzig and Friends, Leipzig’s free-hand paintings of artists in their studios shown with paintings by the artists themselves.

189 Alden St., Duxbury, MA

(781) 934-6634


W–Su 1–4

Art Lab

Grand Opening August 5: Art Live, Art Still, Art New. Art Lab is a new innovative space that fosters creativity and offers a multi-faceted experience of art. Here, one can hear poetry or a play reading, explore fashion such as eco-friendly couture, costumes from Broadway shows and wearable art, and discover how art expresses politics, science and history. Performance and music schedule as well as weekly programming to be announced soon. Check website for updates.

557 N Falmouth Highway, North Falmouth, MA


Atlantic Works Gallery

July 20–August 19: FRIENDS (with Benefits?), a group show featuring Atlantic Works members and invited guests. Opening reception: Thursday, July 20, 6–9 p.m. Closing reception: Thursday, August 17, 6–9 p.m.

80 Border St., East Boston, MA

(857) 302-8363



F–Sa 2–6, and by appointment

Paul Weiner, Evening in Venice, 2017. At Atlantic Works Gallery.

Attleboro Arts Museum

Through July 15: Line–A National Juried Exhibition; juror: Kelly Bennett of Massachusetts Cultural Council. August 2–31: 8 Visions—artwork from eight juried members: Pamela Benham, Cathy Chin, Betty Harrington, Wilson Hunt, Elizabeth Lind, Tracey Maroni, Kenneth Salome and Mandy Rusk-Shamrel; jurors: Boriana Kantcheva of Chandler Gallery, Maud Morgan Arts Center, and Janyce Nareski Goba of Mass Audubon’s Sanctuary Gallery, Sharon, MA.

86 Park St., Attleboro, MA

(508) 222-2644


Tu–Sa 10–5

Barbara Krakow Gallery

Through July 28: Space, featuring John Baldessari, Stephen Prina, Ed Ruscha, Fred Sandback and Kiki Smith. Relatives, featuring Mike Bidlo, Liliana Porter, Jonathan Seliger and Haim Steinbach. Print Publisher’s Spotlight: ULAE. Wyatt Kahn, Martin Puryear, Terry Winters. Ongoing: One Wall, One Work. Julian Opie.

10 Newbury St., Boston, MA

(617) 262-4490



Tu–Sa 10–5:30

Mike Bidlo, Not Brancusi, 1985, plaster, 17 1/ 4 x 83/ 4 x 7". At Barbara Krakow Gallery.

Boston Athenæum

Circulating and special collections library and gallery space founded in 1807. Norma Jean Calderwood Gallery and select building spaces open to the public. Through September 3: New England on Paper: Contemporary Art in the Boston Athenæum’s Prints & Photographs Collection showcases prints, drawings, and photographs documenting a diverse array of artistic responses to New England’s built and natural environment. Free to members, $5 for non-members.

10½ Beacon St., Boston, MA



M–Th 9–8, F 9–5:30, Sa 9–4, Su 12–4

Jeanne Amato, Into the Woods, 2016, woodcut. 41¾ x 29¼. Purchase, 2016. At Boston Athenæum.

Boston Sculptors Gallery

Though July 23: Fafnir Adamites, Holding Remnants. John Christian Anderson, My Inheritance. July 26–August 20: Ode to Joyce McDaniel, Sculptor and Teacher. Work by Joyce McDaniel and her students: Peter Andruchow, Rory Beerts, Cree Bruins, Randy Borden, Ken Hruby, Matt Koestner, Charles McQuillen, Sarah Hollis Perry, Maria Ritz, Dennis Svoronos, and Andrea Thompson. Reception: Thursday, July 27, 6–8 p.m. Second Sunday Concert Series: Sunday, July 9 and Sunday, August 13, 4–6 p.m.

486 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA

(617) 482-7781



W–Su 12–6, First Fridays 5–8

Brickbottom Gallery

July 13–August 19: Brickbottom Artist Association Members’ Exhibition, TIME. Opening reception: Thursday, July 13, 6–8 p.m.

1 Fitchburg St., Somerville, MA



Th–Sa 12–5

Bromfield Gallery

July 5–30: Jennifer Day, Small Business. Sculptural mini-worlds that mix medieval technology with modern ideals of sustainable energy, featuring whimsical vehicles and machinery made from recycled scraps. Reception: Friday, July 7, 6–8:30 p.m. August 2–20: BODY POLITIC. Regional juried exhibition that explores the intersection of the corporeal and political, in a variety of media. Reception: Friday, August 4, 6–8:30 p.m.

450 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA

(617) 451-3605



W–Su 12–5

Jennifer Day, Corporation Beach, 2017, toothpicks and wood scraps, 10 x 6 x 6". At Bromfield Gallery.

Cambridge Art Association

July 6–28: Kathryn Schultz Gallery: Emerging Artist Exhibition. Opening reception: Thursday, July 6, 6–8 p.m., awards at 7 p.m. July 6–August 31: University Place Gallery: Scapes. Opening reception: Thursday, July 6, 6–8 p.m.

Kathryn Schultz Gallery and Offices
25 Lowell St., Cambridge, MA
Tu–Sa 11–5

University Place Gallery
124 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, MA
M–F 9–5, Sa 9–1

(617) 876-0246



Cambridge Arts Council / Gallery 344

Opening July 17: Gathering Note by Andy Graydon. Graydon’s new work for Gallery 344, A Universal Syntax, invites the visitor to enter an evocative fictional story that unfolds in our imagination, prompted by text, image, and voice. It is a companion piece to Gathering Note, Graydon’s collective performance for Common Exchange, a series of temporary public art projects by 10 artists responding to the Cambridge Common.

344 Broadway Ave., 2nd Floor, Cambridge, MA

(617) 349-4380; (617) 349-4621 (TTY)



M 8:30–8, T–Th 8:30–5, F 8:30–12

Cape Ann Museum

Celebrating a long and important arts tradition by exhibiting works of nationally significant Cape Ann artists from the 19th century to the present. Through its exhibitions and programs, the Museum explores connections between artists and place, examining how those influences carry over in a broader sense to the history of art in America. Ongoing: Rock Bound: Painting the American Scene on Cape Ann and Along the Shore.

27 Pleasant St., Gloucester, MA

(978) 283-0455



Tu–Sa 10–5, Su 1–4

Stuart Davis (1892–1964) Ten Pound Island, 1917, oil on canvas. Private collection. At Cape Ann Museum.


Ongoing: OUT OF SITE, Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood. An exhibition of commissioned new artwork or adapted works that directly respond to the environmental and aesthetic attributes of Chesterwood. Artists: Roberley Bell, Roger Bisbing, Colin C. Boyd, Matt Crane, Douglas Culhane, Brian Kane and Michael Oatman, Matt LaFleur, Portia Munson, Derek Parker, Amy Podmore, Chrissy Scolaro, Amelia Toelke and Deborah Zlotsky. Guest curator, Sharon Bates. Artist programs offered throughout the exhibition.

4 Williamsville Rd, Stockbridge, MA

(413) 298-3579



Daily 10–5

Brian Kane and Michael Oatman, The 8th Wonder, 2014–2017, an inflatable sculpture. Photo by Gary Gold. At Chesterwood.

Colo Colo Gallery Contemporary Art

August 4–24: Joan Potkay’s solo show of new work includes new paintings and monotypes of Landscape to evoke the drama, the fleeting moment of time and change. Using the floor as her easel, Potkay uses the art process of pouring thin layers of paint with mark making, using pastel, charcoal, and wax to encapsulate the textures and movement of nature. These ephemeral evocations of landscape relate to idea of the strength, beauty and power of nature. Opening reception: Saturday, August 5, 5–8 p.m.

101 W Rodney French Blvd.,, New Bedford, MA

(508) 642-6026


W–Su 2–6 p.m. or by appointment

Concord Art: Concord Center for the Visual Arts

Through August 11: Inhabiting Words explores what happens when word and image intersect. Inspiration from poetry, ancient texts and songs curated by Holly Harrison and Molly Paul with artists Ken Buhler, Squeak Carnwath, Julia Cseko, Lesley Dill, Leslie Jackson, Rhoda Rosenberg, Liz Shepherd, Amy Sillman, Deb Todd Wheeler and Andrew Witkin.

37 Lexington Rd., Concord , MA

(978) 369-2578


Tu–Sa 10–4:30, Su 12–4

Lesley Dill, Every Utterance, 2009, words from Every Utterance Opens Silence by Emily Dickinson. 17 1/4 x 13 x 8". At Concord Art.

Copley Society of Art

Co|So is the oldest non-profit art association in the United States, representing over 300 artist members from around the globe. Through August 16: Lower Gallery: August Morning, a collection of Co|So artists’ small works. July 13–August 16: Upper Gallery: Summer Hours, summer members show. Red Room and Boston Private at the Prudential Center: Seaside Reflections, Jane Stoddard.

158 Newbury St., Boston, MA

(617) 536-5049



Tu–Sa 11–6, Su 12–5

Robin Colodzin, Busy Night in the Dream Machine, acrylic with collage, 12 x 16". At Copley Society of Art.


Through July 8: Yechel Gagnon, New Projects. July 15–August 26: Mabel Poblet. Photographic works and sculptures by this renowned Cuban artist.

1315 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, MA

(413) 398-5257



Tu–Sa 10–5

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

New and ongoing: PLATFORM 19: Letha Wilson. Wilson’s site-specific commission brings large-scale photography to the Sculpture Park. Taken during Wilson’s recent travels to Joshua Tree National Park and Kauai Island of Hawaii, photographs of contrasting terrains will create compelling shifts of scale and perspective within deCordova’s cultivated New England landscape. The deCordova Café has moved next to the store! Featuring a new menu, the location brings all visitor amenities into the heart of the Park.

51 Sandy Pond Rd., Lincoln, MA

(781) 259-8355


Daily through Labor Day 10–5

Letha Wilson, Hawaii California Steel (Figure Ground), 2017, UV prints on Cor-Ten steel, 110 x 76

Fountain Street

Through July 30: Conceal and Reveal. Kay Hartung and Denise Driscoll explore hidden worlds through additive and subtractive processes. Reception: Friday, July 7, 6–8 p.m. Artist talk: Sunday, July 30, 3 p.m. August 2–27: Yellow: Core Member Show. Yellow is not just a color. Curated by Sorin Bica. Reception: Friday, August 4, 5–8 p.m. Ongoing: Wish You Were Here! Postcards.

460C Harrison Ave., Ste. 2, Boston, MA

(617) 292-4900


W–Su 11–5, and by appointment

Fruitlands Museum

Through August 20: Literary Soil, a solo exhibition by 2017 Artist-in-Residence, Greg Lookerse. Repurposing books, with pigment, salt, honey and charcoal, see Lookerse’s visual response to American literary classics. Ongoing: Literary Spirit at Fruitlands Museum and the Old Manse. Connecting the shared cultural history between Fruitlands and The Old Manse, significant artifacts are presented alongside contemporary art by Jonathan Gitelson and Lisa McCarty.

102 Prospect Hill Rd., Harvard, MA

(978) 456-3924


M, W–F 10–4, Sa–Su 10–5

Greg Lookerse, Emersonian Rose, detail, 2016, cut and folded book pages. At Fruitlands Museum.

Fuller Craft Museum

Through July 30: Ellen Schiffman: The 52 Box Project. Ongoing: Future Retrieval: Permanent Spectacle, Amber Cowan: Re/Collection, Circular Abstractions: Bulls-Eye Quilts, What Remains: Wooden Quilt Sculptures of Laura Petrovich-Cheney. Opening July 15: Brockton Youth Creates Biennial. Opening August 5: Parts and Labor: Print and Collage Works by Steven Ford.

MBTA Commuter Rail to Brockton station, then Bus 4A New England’s home for contemporary craft.

455 Oak St., Brockton, MA

(508) 588-6000


Tu–Su 10–5, Th until 9, closed M

Galatea Fine Art

July 5–30: Figure Prints, monotypes by Hope Ricciardi. Telltale: The Art of Cheryl Polcaro, mixed media by Cheryl Polcaro. Lyrical–Abstraction, painting by Tamara Gonda. Reception: Friday, July 7, 6–8 p.m. August 2–27: The Eighth Annual Juried Exhibition: New England Collective VIII. Juror: Charles Guiliano. Reception: Friday, August 4, 6–8 p.m.

460B Harrison Ave., #B-6, Boston, MA

(617) 542-1500



W–F 12–6, Sa–Su 12–5

Griffin Museum of Photography

Opening July 6, Main Gallery: 23rd Annual Juried Show, Ed Friedman Legacy Exhibition. Opening July 6, Atelier Gallery: Rocio De Alba, Honor Thy Mother. Opening July 6, Griffin Gallery: Gary Beeber, Personalities. Reception: Thursday, July 13, 7–8:30 p.m. Satellite Galleries: Griffin Museum of Photography @ Lafayette City Center Passageway, 2 Ave. de Lafayette, Boston, MA. Opening August 4: The Visual Metric. A group exhibition with 49 artists.

67 Shore Rd., Winchester, MA

(781) 729-1158


Tu–Su 12–4

Hancock Shaker Village

Opening July 1: The historic 1878 Poultry House Gallery will house a contemporary art exhibit this season at Hancock Shaker Village. Making: Then and Now features work by Gregory Crewdson, Don Gummer, Stephen Hannock, Jenny Holzer, Maya Lin and David Teeple. The show explores the connection between artists today and an historic utopian movement in the Berkshires.

1843 West Housatonic St., Pittsfield, MA

(413) 443-0188


Daily 10-5

Glass Beads. Courtesy Maya Lin Studio. At Hancock Shaker Village.

Harvard Art Museums

Ongoing: The Philosophy Chamber: Art and Science in Harvard’s Teaching Cabinet, 1766–1820 reunites long-forgotten icons of American art and technology, and presents new findings on a unique space—equal parts laboratory, picture gallery, and lecture hall—that stood at the center of artistic and intellectual life at Harvard and in New England for more than 50 years.

32 Quincy St., Cambridge, MA

(617) 495-9400


M–Su 10–5

John Singleton Copley, Nicholas Boylston, 1773, oil on canvas, 94 x 57

Highfield Hall & Gardens

Ongoing: Interwoven: Art Meets Nature–A National Fiber Art Exhibition. This nature-based show includes virtuoso works by artists working in nearly every form of contemporary fiber art, including weaving, felting, tapestry, needlework, basketry, handmade paper, silk painting, and book arts. Keeping Up Appearances, a large scale crochet installation by Ashley Blalock. Through September 4: Once Upon a Quilt: 3-D Quilts by Dominique Ehrmann.

56 Highfield Dr., Falmouth, MA

(508) 495-1878



M–Th 10–4, F 10–7, Sa–Su 10–2

Dorothy McGuinness, Displacement. At Highfield Hall & Gardens.

Kingston Gallery

July 5–30: Main Gallery: Erica Licea-Kane, Over & Over. Center Gallery: Brian Littlefield, Drawing. Members’ Gallery: Joan Baldwin, E. Orleans. First Friday reception: Friday, July 7, 5:30–8 p.m. Closing reception: Sunday, July 30, 3–5 p.m. August 2–27: Ten Kingston associates, Heated. First Friday reception: Friday, August 4, 5:30–7:30 p.m. Closing reception: Sunday, August 27, 12–3 p.m.

450 Harrison Ave., #43, Boston, MA

(617) 423-4113


W–Su 12–5, and by appointment

Erica Licea-Kane, The Embrace, 2016, acrylic pigment, acrylic medium, 13 x 12 x 2". At Kingston Gallery.

Loading Dock Gallery

A co-op gallery on the 2nd floor, A-Mill of Western Avenue Studios. Paintings, prints, photography, pottery, jewelry, wearables, furniture and textiles. Through July 30: The Cultural ARTbeat, gallery members. Reception: Saturday, July 1, 5–7 p.m. August 2–27: Hot Buttons, Greater Lowell Juried Invitational. Back Door Gallery: Nan Hockenbury. Reception: Thursday, August 3, 5–7 p.m.

122 Western Ave., Lowell, MA



W–Sa 12–5:30, Su 12–4

MIT List Visual Arts Center

As the contemporary art museum at MIT, the List Center presents a dynamic program of six to nine exhibitions annually. Through July 16: Inventory of Shimmers: Objects of Intimacy in Contemporary Art. This group exhibition features works by Andrea Büttner, Sophie Calle, Alejandro Cesarco, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Antonia Hirsch, Jill Magid, Park McArthur, Lisa Tan, Erika Vogt, Susanne M. Winterling, and Anicka Yi. Opening July 18: List Project: Civil Disobedience, a program of documentaries, news footage, citizen journalism, artist’s films and videos focusing on moments of political resistance and public demonstration from the early 20th century through today. Free and open to the public.

20 Ames St., Bldg. E15, Cambridge, MA

(617) 253-4680



Tu–W, Sa–Su 12–6, Th 12–8

Installation view: An Inventory of Shimmers: Objects of Intimacy in Contemporary Art. Photo: Peter Harris Studio. At MIT List Visual Arts Center.

Montserrat College of Art Galleries

Through July 1: Montserrat Gallery: Inspired Views: Art Educator Exhibition. Through July 3: Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery: Julia Shepley: Sequential Prints. Through July 17: Frame 301 Gallery: Brendan MacCallister. July 10–29: Montserrat Gallery: Tim McCool: Most Improved. Opening July 21: Frame 301 Gallery: Jamey Hart. Opening August 7: Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery: Matt Murphy. Satellite galleries: New England Bio Labs, Ipswich, MA. Through August 16: Explorations: A Faculty Exhibition.

23 Essex St, Beverly, MA



M–Th 10–5, F 10–1, Sa 12–5

Newton Free Library

July 5–29: Gallery: Touch the Sky by Patricia Mahon, landscapes, mixed media on boards. Main Hall: Viewing Light by Erika Hess, oil paintings from observation. August 2–30: Gallery: Campfire by Julianne Martin, new paintings. Main Hall: Within the Landscape by Janet Sahlstrom, black and white charcoal drawings. Joint reception: Thursday, August 3, 7 p.m.

330 Homer St., Newton, MA

(617) 796-1360



M–Th 9–9, F 9–6, Sa 9–5, Su 1–5

Norman Rockwell Museum

World’s largest collection of original Rockwell art, and featured American illustrators. Tour Rockwell’s studio and enjoy the Terrace Café. Ongoing: Inventing America: Rockwell & Warhol links America’s most iconic artists. James Warhola: Uncle Andy and Other Stories. Illustration work for children’s books and more by Warhol’s nephew. Opening July 8: Learning from the Masters: The Famous Artists School premieres a newly acquired collection with mid-century works reminiscent of “Mad Men” days.

9 Glendale Rd./Rte. 183, Stockbridge, MA

(413) 298-4100


Daily 10–5

Andy Warhol (1928–1987), Self-Portrait, 1967. ©The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. At Norman Rockwell Museum.

Oxbow Gallery

June 29–July 30: Front gallery: Odyssey: New Paintings by Joanne Holtje. Bold, color-driven, expressive, abstract paintings explore scenes and characters from Homer’s epic poem. Reception: Friday, July 14, 5–8 p.m. Back gallery: Marion Miller, selections from her recent series Dogs In Water. August 3–September 3: Front gallery: New Member Invitational. Back gallery: Janet Palin, OPEN SKY, OPEN LAND. Pastel on paper based on the American West: New Mexico, Utah, Arizona and Montana. Reception: Friday, August 11, 5–8 p.m.

275 Pleasant St., Northampton, MA

(413) 586-6300


Th–Su 12–5

Janet Palin, Storm Chasing, Taos, 45 1/ 2 x 34 1/ 2". At Oxbow Gallery.

Salmon Falls Gallery

June 30–August 27: Trina Sears Sternstein: Imagined Landscapes. Inspired by the New England landscapes of her home, the oil paintings are not portraits of any particular place, but a composition Sternstein creates in an attempt to express the emotion of the places she loves. Violist Daniel Foster and flutist Adria Sternstein Foster play for the reception Saturday, August 12, 4–6 p.m.

1 Ashfield St., Shelburne Falls, MA

(413) 625-9833



Su-Th 11-6, F-Sa 11-7

Trina Sears Sternstein, Lost Time, 2009, oil on linen, 25 x 41".

Schantz Galleries Contemporary Glass

July: Una Celebrazione del Maestro. New works by Lino Tagliapietra. Artist reception: Thursday, July 6, 4–6 p.m. August 4–27: Memories and Dreams, The Art of Bertil Vallien. From across the Atlantic comes this exhibition of Vallien’s signature sand-cast glass works reflecting the artist’s thoughtful exploration of the multi-faceted relationship of man on this journey.

3 Elm St., Stockbridge, MA

(413) 298-3044


Daily 10–6

Bertil Vallien, Idols, 2017, sand cast glass with mixed media, 45 x 42 x 5". At Schantz Galleries Contemporary Glass.

SculptureNow at The Mount

Ongoing: SculptureNow and The Mount present their 2017 juried exhibition, Nexus, featuring large, outdoor sculptures by 30 artists, placed throughout grounds at The Mount. The show includes regionally and nationally recognized artists offering a wide variety of ideas, styles and media, and is included with admission to The Mount. Free, guided art walks by exhibiting artists are scheduled for July 16, August 13, September 17 and October 15, at 1:30 p.m.

2 Plunkett St., Lenox, MA

(413) 623-2068 and (413) 551-5111

sculpturenow.org and edithwharton.org

Daily 10-5

James Burnes, Seven Piece Ring. At The Mount.

Smith College Museum of Art

Through July 23: Christ Asian Art Gallery: The Hilary Tolman, class of 1987, Collection of Twentieth-Century Japanese Prints. Through August 13: Leisure and Luxury in the Age of Nero: The Villas of Oplontis near Pompeii. Ongoing: About Face: People, Animals, and Mythical Beings in Islamic Art. Through August 27: Nixon Gallery: Celebrating Reunions.

20 Elm St. at Bedford Ter., Northampton, MA

(413) 585-2760


Tu–Sa 10–4, Su 12–4

Unknown. Iran, possibly Nishapur, pierced turquoise spherical jug with molded birds in medallions, 13th-century CE, stonepaste, glazed in translucent turquoise. At Smith College Museum of Art.

South Shore Art Center

Through July 16: SSAC Faculty & Visiting Artists. Dillon Gallery: Gallery Artist Showcase. Manning Lobby Feature: Artist in Residence—Lisa Goren. July 21–August 20: Blue Ribbon Members’ Show. Manning Lobby Feature: Laurie Kaplowitz. Opening reception: Friday, July 21, 6–8 p.m. Opening August 25: Deedee Agee—A Retrospective. Opening reception: Friday, August 25, 6–8 p.m.

119 Ripley Rd., Cohasset, MA

(781) 383-2787


M–Sa 10–4, Su 12–4

Springfield Museums

Five world-class museums, including the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, and the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden under a single admission. Ongoing: Turtle Power! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Samurai Heroes; Jeweled Objects of Desire; Once Upon a Time; Chagall for Children. Lots of artful activities for the whole family all summer.

21 Edwards St., Springfield, MA

(800) 625-7738



M 10–5 through August 21, Tu–Sa 10–5, Su 11–5

The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art

Ongoing: David Wiesner and the Art of Wordless Storytelling. Wiesner has enthralled readers for decades and his remarkable career is surveyed in this first-ever retrospective devoted to his art. The show features 70 original watercolors from his famous books, including three for which he won the Caldecott Medal: Tuesday (1992) The Three Pigs (2002) and Flotsam (2007).

125 W. Bay Rd., Amherst, MA

(413) 559-6300



M–F 10–4, Sa 10–5, Su 12–5

Illustration from Flotsam © 2006 David Wiesner. At The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art.

The Gallery at Spencer Lofts

July 8–August 16: Ruth LaGue, George Shaw, and Dominick Takis: Surface. Three painters focus on the landscape describing texture and surface in the natural world. Receptions: July 8, 6–9 p.m. and August 16, 6–9 p.m.

60 Dudley St, Chelsea, MA



July 8, 15, 22, 29, August 5, 12: 1–5 or by appointment, Sa 2–6

The River Art Project

Through September 4: The River Art Project at Stockbridge Station is an exhibition that features several nationally recognized painters who work with the river as their subject matter, including Bart Elsbach, Mary Sipp Green, Stephen Hannock, Scott Prior, and Jim Schantz. Housatonic Valley Association presentation: What is the Quality of our Rivers?: Wednesday, July 19, 6–7:30 p.m. See website for the August presentation of Source and Sound Panel with HVA.

Stockbridge Station

2 Depot St., Stockbridge, MA

(413) 298-5163


Th–Su 10:30–5 or by appointment

Mary Sipp Green, Twilight, 2017, oil on panel, 8½ x 12¾

Trident Gallery

Through July 9: Gabrielle Barzaghi: Perfect World. July 15–August 13: Nadine Boughton: Where I Come From. Collage of mid-century print materials. Reception: Saturday, July 15, 5–7 p.m. Conversation: Sunday, July 30, 4 p.m. Opening August 19: Ed Touchette: A Colorful Past. Paintings inspired by music, literature and architecture. Reception: Saturday, August 19, 5–7 p.m. Conversation: Sunday, August 27, 4 p.m.

189 Main St., Gloucester, MA

(978) 491-7785



F, Sa 10–7, Su, M 10–5, Tu–Th 12–5

Nadine Boughton, Foto-Rama, 2017, photocollage. At Trident Gallery.

Tufts University Art Gallery

The Tufts University Art Gallery is closed for the summer. Opening September 12: Yuan Yunsheng: Chinese Myth, Folklore & History.

Aidekman Arts Center

40 Talbot Ave., Medford, MA

(617) 627-3518



Tu–W, F–Su 11–5, Th 11–8

Worcester Art Museum

Through August 13: John O’Reilly: A Study Odyssey. Intricate assemblages fusing together literature, art history, and autobiography by this nationally celebrated artist. Ongoing: Reusable Universes: Shih Chieh Huang. Immersive kinetic sculptural and light installation made from more than 100 everyday objects.

55 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA

(508) 799-4406


W–F, Su 11–5, Sa 10–5, Third Th 11–8

Shih Chieh Huang, T-24-L, 2017, mixed media, 8 x 13 x 9'. Courtesy of the artist and Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York. At Worcester Art Museum.


Bowdoin College Museum of Art

Through September 3: Why Draw? 500 Years of Drawings and Watercolors from Bowdoin College presents historic and contemporary selections from one of the nation’s oldest collections of drawings, and explores the significance and pleasures found in tracing movements of the hand on paper by asking the question “Why Draw?” Ongoing: The Ivory Mirror: The Art of Mortality in Renaissance Europe explores the visual culture of mortality in Renaissance Europe, which featured luxuriously crafted objects intended to remind their owners of the fragility of life and the tension between personal pleasure and responsibility.

9400 College Station, Brunswick, ME

(207) 725-3275



Tu–Sa 10–5, Th 10–8:30, Su 12–5

Colby College Museum of Art

Opening July 8: Marsden Hartley’s Maine. Through August 27: Robert Indiana: Placeholder. Visionary Painting: Curated by Alex Katz. Through September 3: Graphic Matters: George Bellows and World War I. Community Day: Sunday, July 9, 12–4 p.m. Live music and art making. Museum tours: Saturdays at 2 p.m.

5600 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, ME

(207) 859-5600


Tu–Sa 10–5, Su 12–5

Colby College Museum of Art.

George Marshall Store Gallery

Where history and contemporary art meet. Through August 20: Imprints, an exhibition making visual and thematic connections with work by Boston-based artists Phyllis Ewen and Wendy Prellwitz and New Hampshire ceramicist David Ernster. Concurrently on view are solo shows for painters Amy Brnger and Brett X. Gamache. The gallery is an hour drive from Greater Boston and overlooks the historic John Hancock Wharf and the York River.

Old York Historical Society

140 Lindsay Rd., York, ME

(207) 351-1083


Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art

Opening July 20: American Genre: Contemporary Painting curated by artist, writer and curator Michelle Grabner. 50 paintings by 50 American artists offer a critical balance to conditions shaping much of contemporary painting discourse within three categories: still life, portraiture and landscape. The exhibition closes with a symposium and panel discussion moderated by art critic, historian and poet Barry Schwabsky.

522 Congress St., Portland, ME

(207) 699-5025



W, F–Su 11–5, Th 11–7, First Friday Art Walk until 8

Dana DeGiulio, Citizens, 2015, oil on canvas, 25 x 19". At Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art.

Mathias Fine Art

Ongoing: Abundance, paintings by Genetta McLean.

10 Mathias Dr., Trevett, ME

(207) 633-7404



W–Su 12–5

Genetta McLean, Mandarin Oranges, 2017, oil on panel, 12 x 12". Photo: Melville McLean. At Mathias Fine Art.

Ogunquit Art Museum

Ongoing: Ernest Hemingway and Henry Strater looks at the intersection of art and literature among expatriate Americans of the rising modernist movement after WWI. July 1–August 29: View rare works by two prominent 20th-century American artists. Will Barnet: Family Homage features seldom-exhibited paintings from the artist’s most personal body of work. John Marin: On the Verge of Wilderness includes rarely seen paintings made during Marin’s time along the coast.

543 Shore Rd., Ogunquit, ME

(207) 646-4909


Daily 10–5

Enclosure, 1962–2003, oil on canvas, 46 x 39" framed. Will Barnet Foundation. At Ogunquit Art Museum.

New Hampshire

Currier Museum of Art

Through August 6: Soo Sunny Park: BioLath. Park explores the effect of light on visual perception in this stunning site-specific installation. Ongoing: The Curious Magic of Varujan Boghosian. With wit, humor, and mystery New Hampshire artist Varujan Boghosian combines the ordinary to create the extraordinary. Explore more than 60 Boghosian artworks in this special exhibition. Opening July 1: Monet: Pathways to Impressionism. This focus exhibition will reveal Monet’s development of this popular artistic style.

150 Ash St., Manchester, NH

(603) 669-6144



M, W-F, Su 11–5, Sa 10–5

Varujan Boghosian, Above and Below, 2011, Collage, 19 7/8 x 15 3/8


Through July 22: Beth Ganz, Atlas Project, Continued. Opening July 29: Yechel Gagnon, New Projects. Wallbased plywood carvings by this Canadian artist will be on view through September 2.

The Barn at 28 Main St., Walpole, NH

(603) 756-4160



Tu–Sa 10–5

Hood Downtown Exhibition Space

Through August 27: Julie Blackmon: The Everyday Fantastic. Blackmon evokes a domestic world gone just slightly awry. There is nothing disastrous in her mise-en-scenes—yet. But each image suggests potential intrigues that percolate just below the level of the obvious.

53 Main St., Hanover, NH

(603) 646-2900



M-T closed, W–Sa 11–7, Su 1–5

Julie Blackmon, New Chair, 2014, archival pigment print. © Julie Blackmon, courtesy Robert Mann Gallery. At Hood Downtown Exhibition Space.

Lamont Gallery

Through July 14: the Lamont Gallery will be located in a pop-up gallery space at 225 Water Street in downtown Exeter, NH for this special exhibition, Neighboring, which features work from artists and craftspeople living in Rockingham County, NH. Through drawing, painting, fiber arts, photography, and mixed media, Neighboring explores themes of locality, proximity, self/other, the built environment, and the natural world.

225 Water St., Exeter, NH

(603) 777-3461



Tu–F 12–5

Museum of the White Mountains

Ongoing: Summer Camps: The White Mountains Roots of an Iconic American Experience. Summer Camps traces the summer camp movement in the White Mountain region from the 1880s to today. In addition to images, artifacts, and narratives of the history of summer camp, visitors can use digital tablets to engage with “Camp Stories,” a collection of oral histories from former campers.

Plymouth State University

34 Highland St., Plymouth, NH

(603) 535-3210



M–F 10–5, Sa 11–4

View of gallery. At Museum of the White Mountains.

New Hampshire Institute of Art Galleries

The New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA) believes art is relevant and essential to our culture; therefore, it promotes education, presentation and civic engagement through its galleries. NHIA galleries serve as both an educational tool for undergraduate, graduate and community education programs and in support of arts as part of the community. All exhibitions are free and open to the public.

Emma B. French Gallery
148 Concord St., Manchester, NH
Roger Williams Gallery
77 Amherst St., Manchester, NH
Sharon Arts Center Gallery
30 Grove St., Peterborough, NH 

(603) 623-0313



New Hampshire Institute of Art.

Strawbery Banke Museum

Ongoing: Rowland Gallery: Painted Past: Unseen Objects from the Strawbery Banke Collection, exhibition of painted objects with local provenance. Montrone Family Gallery: Port of Portsmouth: War, Trade & Travel, permanent exhibition of local maritime history. Both exhibitions help the museum interpret 300+ years of history in the same historic neighborhood. Exhibitions included in regular museum admission.

14 Hancock St., Portsmouth, NH

(603) 433-1107



Daily 10–5

St. John’s Church, Portsmouth NH, 1874, watercolor. Attributed to Fidelia Bridges. The Collection of Jean E. & Joseph G. Sawtelle. At Strawbery Banke Museum.

The Lakes Gallery at Chi-lin

Featuring contemporary New England and Asian art in a 1780 farmhouse surrounded by beautiful gardens. Oversize—exquisite large art, from mid-
July. Ongoing: an historical exhibit, Helen Nicolay—From Lincoln’s World to Holderness (1866–1954), takes place statewide in NH. Daughter of Lincoln’s secretary John Nicolay’s images from journeys to Europe, Egypt, the American West and Tannenruh, the Nicolay’s summer home in Holderness are featured with hands-on workshops and speakers.

135 Eastman Rd., Laconia, NH

(603) 556-9384



Th–Sa 11–5 (by appointment)

Helen Nicolay, Sun on Water with Background Trees of Shepard Hill. At the Lakes Gallery at Chi-lin.

Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery

Through September 3: 2017 Biennial Regional Juror’s Choice Exhibition. Selections from works submitted by nearly 100 artists within 40 miles of Keene, curated by Allie Foradas, assistant curator, MASS MoCA. Abstracted/Obscured: de Kooning, Dombek, Hillsmith. Painting, sculpture, and works on paper from the Thorne collection and others.

Keene State College

Wyman Way, Keene, NH

(603) 358-2720



W–Su 12–5

Julia Jensen, Beebe Road, Winter, 2017, oil on panel, 10 x 20". Courtesy the artist. At Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery.

New York

Woodstock Monoprint Invitational Exhibition

Opening September 2: A survey of Monoprints by contemporary artists with Master Printers Tony Kirk, Lisa Mackie, Kathy Caraccio, Kate McGloughlin and their students created in the newly renovated Printmaking and Works on Paper Studio at Woodstock School of Art. Opening reception: Saturday, September 2, 3–5 p.m.

Robert Angeloch Gallery at Woodstock School of Art

2470 Route 212, Woodstock, NY

(845) 679-2388


Tu−Sa 9−3

Rhode Island

ArtProv Gallery

Through July 8: Heart of a Tree, featuring Paula Martiesian, Karen Rand Anderson and Mary Jane Andreozzi. Plus Alyssa Coffin, Suzanne Hill, Philip Gruppuso, Felicia Megginson, Nick Paciorek, Anthony Salemme and Ken Steinkamp. July 19–August 19: Figure & Form featuring Allison Elia, Michele Poirier Mozzone, Eleanor Rahim and Michael Bryce. Plus Jeff Schneider, Christian Gonçalves and Judy Volkmann. Opening reception: Thursday, July 20, 5–9 p.m. Closing reception: Thursday, August 17, 5–9 p.m.

150 Chestnut St. 3rd fl., Providence, RI

(401) 641-5182



Check website for hours, or by appointment

Atelier Newport

July1–30: Wanderlust, a group exhibition. Wanderlust reflects an urge for self-development by experiencing the unknown, confronting unforeseen challenges, getting to know unfamiliar cultures, ways of life and behaviors driven by the desire to escape. The exhibition will feature objects, sculpture and paintings by artists who explore this concept or the idea of desire. Opening reception: Sunday, July 9, 2–4 p.m. This will also mark and celebrate Atelier Newport’s one-year anniversary.

200 Bellevue Ave., Newport, RI

(401) 619-0700


M–Tu by appointment, W–Sa 10–6, Su 11–5

© 2014 Jason Chase. At Atelier Newport

Gallery 4

Through July 30: Art, innovation and paper collide in The Power of Paper, a captivating exhibition highlighting traditional and non-traditional works on and of paper–oil, acrylic, watercolor, photography and sculpture–featuring Jaynie Crimmins, Bobbi Carrey, Susan Freda, Gay Gillies, John Irwin, Joan Jardine, Harry Nadler, Helen Sturges Nadler, James Robbins, Scott Williams, Brenda Wrigley Scott and Susan Strauss. Artist’s reception: Saturday, July 8, 4–7 p.m. Opening August: Lynch Revisited, with artists from the venerable Virginia Lynch Gallery.

3848 Main Rd., Tiverton, RI

(401) 816-0999


M–Sa 10–5, Su 12–5

Jaynie Crimmins, Dissent Channel, shredded statements magazine articles, 6 x 6 x 3" shadowbox. At Gallery 4.

IMAGO Foundation for the Arts

Featuring IFA and guest artists, representing a variety of media, in new group exhibits every five-six weeks throughout the year at its gallery in downtown Warren. July 20–August 20: Howard Rotblat-Walker, guest artist Itsuo Kiritani and other IMAGO artists. Reception, Friday, July 21, 6–8 p.m. Opening August 24: Lenny Rumpler and Howard Windham, guest artist Ilse Nesbitt and other IMAGO artists. Reception, Friday, August 25, 6–8 p.m.

Howard Windham, Razzle Dazzle Razzmatazz, 2015, ink on board, 16 x 20". At IMAGO Gallery.
Lenny Rumpler, The Tail of Two Bridges, 2016, digital photograph, 20 x 26". At IMAGO Gallery.
Howard Rotblat-Walker, Higashi Chaya house, 2017, digital photograph, 16 x 24". At IMAGO

36 Market St., Warren, RI

(401) 245-3348



Th 4–8, F–Sa 12–8, Su 11–3

Newport Art Museum

Through July 9: New England Watercolor Society Juried Exhibition. Through July 30: Caleb Cole, Forget Me Not. Through August 6: Peter Hussey, Stops Along the Way. Through August 13: Larry Fink, Somewhere There’s Music and Henry Horenstein, Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music. Ongoing: Jason Evans, Boys of Summer: A Season with the Newport Gulls.

76 Bellevue Ave., Newport, RI

(401) 848-8200


Tu–Sa 10–4, Su 12–4

Henry Horenstein, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ramada Inn, Boston, Massachusetts, 1976. Courtesy of the Artist and Carroll and Sons, Boston, MA. © 2017 Henry Horenstein. At Newport Art Museum.

Providence Art Club

July: M–F 12–4, Sa–Su 2–4. August: M–F 12–3 Through July 14: Maxwell Mays Gallery: Captured! Life Through the Lenses of Bonnie P. Jaffe, Marc A. Jaffe, and Eileen McCarney Muldoon. Mary Castelnovo Gallery: Jim Bush, New Works. Dodge House Gallery: Joan DeRugeris and Judy Skoogfors-Prip, Twists and Turns. August 13–September 1: The Big & Small Show. Reception and awards ceremony: Sunday, August 13, 2–4 p.m. Closed: Thursday, July 4, and July 22–August 11 for summer break.

11 Thomas St., Providence, RI

(401) 331-1114



July: M–F 12–4, Sa–Su 2–4. August: M–F 12–3

Bonnie Jaffe, Stepping Out, 2016, photography, 18 x 24''. At Providence Art Club.


Bennington Museum

Ongoing: Grandma Moses: American Modern upsets your expectations as you look at this American artist through a modernist lens. View her paintings alongside works by iconic Modernists like Joseph Cornell, Helen Frankenthaler, Fernand Léger, and Andy Warhol, and folk artists including Edward Hicks and Joseph Pickett. Visitors discover how all these artists drew on found images, color, collage, memory, and artistic sensibility to create original masterpieces.

75 Main St., Bennington, VT

(802) 447-1571



M, Tu, Th–Sa 10–5

Anna Mary Robertson “Grandma” Moses (1860–1961), Bennington, 1945, oil and tempera on masonite, 23 3/ 4 x 31 3/ 4

BigTown Galleries

Ongoing: Rochester: Hugh Townley. Opening July 27: Vergennes and Rochester: Land, Sea & Sky, Peter Brooke, oil painting. Reception: Saturday, July 29, 3–6 p.m. in Vergennes. Artist studio visit: Sunday, August 27, 2–5 p.m. in Rochester. RSVP. BigTown Projects, Rochester: Deborah Bohnert, installation, and Erik Baier, photography. Reception/ talk, Bohnert: Sunday, July 9, 4 p.m. Baier: Sunday, August 13, 4 p.m.

99 North Main St., Rochester, VT
W–F 10–5, Sa 12–5
245 Main St., Vergennes, VT
Th–Sa 10–5, Su 10–4

(802) 767-9670



Deborah Bohnert, Walk Into My HeART 2017. At BigTown Projects Gallery.

Bundy Modern

Opening July 22: Johnny Swing–Under the Influence of Motion: Sculpture, Furniture, Lighting. New sculptural works, including the twisted steel series, plus structural lighting and the coin furniture series. Johnny Swing’s sculptures are in the permanent collections of notable institutions around the world and have been in museum exhibitions including the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC.

361 Bundy Rd., Waitsfield, VT

(802) 583-5832


Sa-Su 12-5, or by appointment

The Bundy Modern, Waitsfield, Vermont.

Burlington City Arts Center

Opening July 21: Diana Al-Hadid. Evoking classical architecture and art history, Syrian-American artist Diana Al-Hadid’s complex, multi-faceted works embrace oppositions: beauty and decay, evolution and entropy, real and imagined. In A Stranger Stands Here, Dave Kennedy creates striking installations engaging viewers with imagery that is both playful and visually deceptive. Vibrant Vermont celebrates the profound relationship that exists between landscape painters and their subject, featuring five Vermont artists.

135 Church St., Burlington, VT

(802) 865-7166


Tu–Th, Su 11–5, F–Sa 11–8

Diana Al-Hadid, Phantom Limb, 2014, polymer gypsum, fiberglass, polystyrene, steel, wood, plaster, metal mesh, aluminum foil, pigment. At Burlington City Arts Center.

Edgewater Gallery

Showcasing vibrant exhibitions of contemporary and traditional fine art from emerging and established U.S. and Canadian artists. Also featuring a home design boutique and special event space. Two locations in downtown Middlebury. July: Rory Jackson–Solo Exhibition. August: Old Friends & New Faces: 2 Galleries, 6 Artists. Group show featuring Philip Frey, Woody Jackson, Homer Wells, Kim Alemian, Timothy Horn, and William B. Hoyt.

1 Mill St., Middlebury, VT
(802) 458-0098

6 Merchants Row, Middlebury, VT

(802) 989-7419


M–Sa 10–5, Su 11–4

Hall Art Foundation

The Hall Art Foundation presents exhibitions of postwar and contemporary art. Ongoing: Hope and Hazard: A Comedy of Eros, curated by Eric Fischl. Ready. Fire! Aim., curated by DJ Hellerman. David Shrigley, a solo show of paintings, drawings and sculpture. First Friday: Every month from 5–8 p.m. Visitors are welcome to view exhibitions without a guide and at their own pace. Admission is free.

544 VT Rte. 106, Reading, VT

(802) 952-1056



W, Sa–Su by appointment. Appointments available at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Helen Day Art Center

Through August 26: Best of the Northeast Masters of Fine Arts 2017. Curated by Gabriel Sosa. This is the fourth biennial exhibition including the “best of” recent or current Masters of Fine Arts students from New England and New York. Opening July 22: Exposed. Exposed is in its 26th year, with outdoor sculptures sited throughout the village and on the recreation path. Artists include: Lionel Smit, Mark di Suvero, and others.

90 Pond St., Stowe, VT

(802) 253-8358


Tu–Sa 10–5

Lionel Smit. Morphous. 2014. Bronze with blue patina. Courtesy of CYNTHIA-REEVES.

Middlebury College Museum of Art

Through August 13: Sabra Field, Now and Then: A Retrospective explores the depth and diversity of the artist’s six decades as a printmaker. Young America: Roy Lichtenstein and the America’s Cup recounts the history of the America’s Cup races and highlights a commissioned Roy Lichtenstein design for one of them. Year round: tour the campus collection of public art, including sculptural works by Tony Smith, Robert Indiana, Clement Meadmore, and others.

72 Porter Field Rd., Middlebury, VT

(802) 443-5007



Tu–F 10–5, Sa–Su 12–5

Roy Lichtenstein, Mermaid, 1994. At Middlebury College Museum of Art.

Shelburne Museum

Through August 27: Wild Spaces, Open Seasons: Hunting and Fishing in American Art celebrates artists’ captivation with hunting and fishing. This is the first major art exhibition to explore the multifaceted meanings of such outdoor subjects in both painting and sculpture, ranging from the Colonial era to World War II. The exhibition encompasses a wide variety of portraits, landscapes, still lifes, and genre scenes, including iconic works by Thomas Cole, Thomas Eakins, Winslow Homer, Alfred Jacob Miller, and Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait.

6000 Shelburne Rd., Shelburne, VT

(802) 985-3346


Daily 10–5

Vermont Center for Photography

July 7–30: Garrett Hansen’s evocative solo exhibition HAIL addresses the complex connections between destruction and creation relevant to guns and gun owners. August 4–27: VCP presents its 2nd juried photographic book exhibition By the Books, showcasing a wide variety of outstanding handmade and self-published photographic books. Submission deadline: Saturday, July 15.

49 Flat St., Brattleboro, VT

(802) 251-6051



F–Su 12–5

Garrett Hansen, HAIL, mirrored plexiglass created from photogram of gun range targets. Image provided by artist.

West Branch Gallery

Through August 13: Tell Me If You Find It: Dave Laro and John Joseph Hanright subvert layers of meaning in pop-inspired works in varied media. Laro’s “pop constructions” and Hanright’s paintings laden with vintage ephemera invite nostalgic readings while skirting, and occasionally directly addressing, current political discourse. Right Here, Right Now: Emphasizing the power of human connection, atmospheric abstract landscapes by Helen Shulman are exhibited alongside emotionally charged figurative bronze works by sculptor Walter Horak. Sculpture Park open year-round.

17 Towne Farm Ln., Stowe, VT

(802) 253-8943


Tu–Su 10–5

Krista Harris, Night Owls, 2017, acrylic, plaster, glazes, oil crayon on canvas, 60 x 48". At West Branch Gallery.

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