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Familiar Roadside Attractions In Berkshire Exhibit

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Seeing Jeffrey L. Neumann’s paintings, now at The Warren Family Gallery at Berkshire School, is like visiting with old friends. Almost all the paintings were in a 2015 show at the Millerton Moviehouse Upstairs Gallery, although some were created recently.

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Photographs That Shout Out

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World Renowned Sculptor At Home In New Argazzi Show

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The enormously talented sculptor Peter Woytuk is back. Not that visitors to Hotchkiss ever knew that he was gone, his large languorous bronze bulls still grace the campus’ front lawn. Woytuk, a beloved local sculptor, has lived and worked all over the world but he always returns to Litchfield County where he got his start in the 1980s.  After several stints in Asia (Thailand, Shanghai and Tai Pei most recently,)  his work, new and old, large and small will be featured in two local shows starting Dec 1. 

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Posthumous Exhibit for Millerton Painter in NYC

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The first showing of Millerton painter Jeffrey Wasserman’s work in New York since his death in 2006, is at Rosenberg and Company. 

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Seven Women Photographers at Hotchkiss’ Tremaine

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Nature is Focus of Ketcham’s Work at North Elm

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The strange weather of this past fall felt like the perfect time for the work of Sallie Ketcham, a mixed media artist, whose work pays careful attention to the natural world, imparting it with a simple beauty. Luckily for us, a show of her work is still up through the weekend at North Elm Home in Millerton. Paintings, photographs and prints are hung throughout the first floor of the building, hinting at the many directions in which Ketcham’s art takes her.

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5 Artists Showing at The Moviehouse

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‘40 Years Behind the Camera’ at Noble Horizons

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The Art of Collage at Craven

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Andrew Craven again delivers an aesthetic and sensual wallop in his current show, “Collage,” at Craven Contemporary in Lakeville. He has gathered work from five artists who have reimagined the female portrait using photographs and collage techniques. For the first time he has mixed small editions or unique pieces, with their high prices, and larger editions that are priced more affordably.

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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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