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Dunlop Exhibit Extended

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Landscape artist David Dunlop’s current exhibition at The White Gallery with paintings featuring "The World Around Us" has been extended until November 25. Dunlop says of his work, “I think the idea is not to startle but to offer insight, which is far more elusive and difficult. Works of art that startle are transitory. The most effective painting doesn’t prejudice people toward certain results; it lets people do their own thinking and project their own imagination into the painting.”
 

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‘Black and White’ at Salisbury School

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“Tootsie Wise, Wife of Bill Wise, Farnam Road.” at Salisbury School’s Tremaine Gallery, 251 Canaan Road, Salisbury, Conn. www.salisburyschool.org. Open Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. - 3p.m. This photo exhibit is the work of Black History in Rural Connecticut, a class taught by Peter McEachern. The photographic collection was discovered in a house on Farnum Road in Lakeville and includes over 40 images of the vibrant black community in Salisbury and its environs dating back to the 1930s.

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Seliger’s Glowing Platinum Prints

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If  it is possible to simultaneously depict universally recognized cultural figures as iconic and intimate, Mark Seliger consistently hits the target. Seliger’s selected portfolio, Platinum Prints, spans high points of his photographic oeuvre from 1992 to 2018. 

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Marking 15 Years of Art at Argazzi

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‘A Sense of Place,” the group show at Argazzi Art in Lakeville, marks 15 years of consistent presence here for Judith Singelis. She arrived in 2003 to show art in her 1800s historic building. “A Sense of Place” is an apt theme for this milestone. 
Her current show offers new works from seven artists, painters from as far away as California, and in the case of Etienne Delessert, as close as Lakeville. Delessert’s work is the fruition of decades of commercial and artistic illustration. 

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You’re Nobody Until You are a PEZ Dispenser

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Sublime Glass Work, Mirror Photographs in Kent

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James Barron sees connections, similarities of purpose, between artists, and brings them together in insightful exhibitions at his gallery in Kent, Conn. Sometimes it is hard to understand what this deeply knowledgeable man is about; not so in the luminous “Mirrors and Glass” running through October 28.

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Jockey’s Ridge #0390

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PLACE Gallery in Millerton will feature Avery Danziger’s exhibit, “Jockey’s Ridge” a benefit show for victims of Hurricane Florence. These are all nighttime, single exposures, taken on a tripod from 11p.m. to 5a.m. in Jockey’s Ridge N.C. The show starts on  Oct. 12th and will be up through Nov. 16. The opening is on Saturday Oct 13, 5-10 p.m.  PLACE, 23 Main St., Millerton, N.Y. www.placemillerton.com., 

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Otter Cliff, Acadia National Park

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Tom Blagden, a professional who has photographed for 10 books, most in partnership with conservation organizations, will be presenting his work from “From Glaciers to Granite: Acadia National Park- A Centennial Celebration” on Oct.16, at 7 p.m. at Noble Horizons, Wagner Bldg.,17 Cobble Rd.,Salisbury, Conn.  www.noblehorizons.org

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The Morning Run

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“Lazlo Gyorsok and the Housatonic Camera Club.” The magic corner captured and other fantastic imagery. Oct. 13 until Dec. 31. Opening reception Oct. 13,  3 p.m. - 6 p.m.  Souterrain Gallery Wish House, 413 Sharon Goshen Turnpike, West Cornwall, Conn., www.wishhouse.com.

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Absence is Present In Susan Rand’s Paintings

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A certain slant of light drives Susan Rand’s paintings. Though not the oppressive heft Emily Dickinson writes of in her famous poem, the paintings breathe light and darkness. Rand has been showing locally since 1999 and with each exhibit her work is stronger.  The work in this show, “Direct Observations,” now hanging at The Hotchkiss Library of  Sharon, is clear and powerful. The artist has found her voice. 

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