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The Wassaic Project Mill Warming

Art: ‘What We Don’t Realize When We See Things’

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Housatonic Alum Exhibits Her work

TWO WALLS GALLERY (in the HVRHS library) is showing the work of Tara Nugent, a 2009 HVRHS graduate.  The exhibition titled,  “The Presence of Absence, Continued,” features Nugent’s portraits of the inanimate and forgotten detritus in our world.  
The show will open on Jan. 25,  2-4 p.m. and from 5-7 p.m. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited. The show will continue through March 2.

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Camera Club Holds Annual Exhibit

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The only real surprises in this year’s edition of the annual Housatonic Camera Club member show at Noble Horizons are Brian Wilcox’s four pictures taken from his drone. Expansive images of farms or fallow fields, and printed on metal, the pictures are saturated with intense color. Best is “Oblong Valley Gold,” with an out-of-season furrowed field laid out on a downward sloping hill, above the verdant valley with hills and wisps of clouds in the distance.

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Two More Winter Photography Shows

“Arrival”
January is turning out to be  a great month for photography shows in the area. Much farther north from KMR, do not miss the “Arrival” exhibit at Lisa Vollmer Photography Gallery. The exhibition features new works by Sabine Vollmer von Falken from a series entitled “Passport,” gorgeous large vintage prints from “Moving Point of View” by Tom Zetterstrom and original silver gelatin prints of portraits taken 20 years ago by Lisa Vollmer from her  “Arrival” series. 

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Don’t Miss These Photography Shows

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Catherine Erb’s ethereal artwork reflects the artist’s lifelong curiosity with cloud formations and the metaphysical exploration they inspire. The multimedia works in her show “Thin Air” on exhibit at KMR Arts in Washington Depot, Conn. are both beautiful and thought-provoking; The viewer at once has a feeling of serenity and invitation to explore. 

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Boldface Name Artists in Kent

Art: ‘American Works on Paper’

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Dazzling Exhibit at Argazzi

Art: ‘Gold and Black and White’

The current show at Argazzi Art, “Gold & Black & White,” brings together a collection of works centered around those three colors. What could threaten to feel like a gimmick, instead feels like anything but. Argazzi has brought together a holiday exhibit of painting, photography and sculpture that is well worth seeking out.

Painting From A World Of Her Own

Art: ‘Still Portraits/Family Landscapes’

Lisa Warren’s paintings now at Standard Space in Sharon are of the people and things that fill her world: family, friends, pets, places, work. Even the everyday is captured — morning coffee amid flowers and sunlight; her beloved cat, Clemson, sitting in a sunny window; a vase of yellow tulips reflected black in a glass tabletop.

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Peter Busby’s Monumental Vessels in Torrington

Art: ‘Five Points Gallery Group Show’

Works on a large, even monumental, scale are nothing new for Cornwall’s Peter Busby. The sculptor is perhaps best known for his super-sized works in steel: horses, trout, a great blue heron. A photo on Busby’s website shows the artist in his studio, a welding torch in hand, while two of his gargantuan creations loom overhead. In that case, a pair of long horn cattle. The works in his show, “Amphorae,” which has just opened at Five Points Galley in Torrington, represent a different consideration of the monumental.

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Blitt’s Greatest Hits At Minor Memorial Library

Art: ‘Thirty Odd Drawings and Way Too Many Copies of ‘Blitt’ (The Book)’

The political cartoonist and illustrator Barry Blitt, best known for humorous caricatures and provocative satire of current events, has a new book and an exhibit in Roxbury.  Born in Canada, Blitt moved to the U.S. in the 1990s and now resides in Roxbury (in the same house where Arthur Miller wrote “Death of a Salesman”). 

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