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Gorgeous Women Packing Heat in Hotchkiss Show

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The book “Chicks With Guns” has been around since 2011, and the photographs have been exhibited widely since its publication. Though the images are not new — the pictures by Lindsay McCrum (who was in the class of 1975 at Hotchkiss) in the current exhibit at the Tremaine Gallery at The Hotchkiss School  are just as germane today as any day. 

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The Ethics of Color

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Color isn’t normally an issue in the Northwest Corner, unless it’s a year when the fall foliage doesn’t measure up. But a summer lecture series in Norfolk, “The Ethics of Color,” puts the issue front and center—color in its relation to aesthetic theory, to human rights, to environmental degradation.

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Making Art From Whole Cloth in Group Exhibit

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Ancient Fabric Re-Imagined

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Pablo Picasso is quoted as saying that he “paints objects as I think them, not as I see them.”  Perhaps this kind of “thinking” can lead an artist to obsess for years over one subject, creating a symbiosis between painter and object that melds the identities of both. Georgia O’Keeffe and her flowers come to mind as do Degas’ dancers and Cézanne’s trees.

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Peter Steiner’s Paintings On Display at The Hotchkiss Library

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Sharon’s own Peter Steiner will show his paintings at the Hotchkiss Library of Sharon from June 1 to Aug. 31. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, June 1, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the library. Steiner was a cartoonist for the New Yorker for 25 years and has been writing novels for the last two decades. His sixth, “The Good Cop,” will be published in September. He currently shares cartoons with Lakeville Journal readers.
For more information, call 860-364-5041 or go to www.hotchkisslibrary.org.

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Mailer Strives For The Immediate Experience In New Show At D.M. Hunt Library

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Annual Blue and Gold at the white

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Finding Joy In the Art of Dance

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John Kane of Northville, Conn., has been the primary photographer to dance companies Pilobolus and MOMIX for over 35 years. 

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Three Artists At The Re Institute

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Millerton’s Re Institute is showing   “Three Artists in One Space.” Situated in a re-purposed barn, Re offers a large open space. The show features sculpture, a dozen large paintings, and numerous treasures hidden in plain sight.
When you walk in, Mark DeLura’s “Big Guy Doing His Thing” threatens you from across the cavernous space. In stark black and white, this deliberately pared-down male figure looms: nude, bald, and wielding a bat, commanding attention on multiple levels. Is he defending his home? Are we intruding? 

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‘Audubon Reimagined’ In Falls Village

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Artist John Hodgson’s exhibit, “Audubon Reimagined” is opening at the Hunt Library in Falls Village on April 18. Hodgson has exhibited his bold expressionist paintings at the library since 2006 and, more recently, has incorporated collage techniques into his art.  His interest in nature and birds is expressed in the paintings in his new exhibition. The show is up until May 11. The opening reception is April 27, 4-6 p.m.

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