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08.08.14 - 09.14.14
New Works by Karen LaSage
Sanford Smith Fine Art
LaSage says her recent work "explores the territory between landscape painting and minimalist color-field painting."
08.08.14 - 09.07.14
River of Dreams
Historic Northampton
Works by Anthony W. Lee.
08.09.14 - 09.01.15
Eclipse
Mass MoCA
Installation based on conversations between artist duo Sayler/Morris and writer Elizabeth Kolbert that looks at the extinction of the passenger pigeon, which occurred 100 years ago.
08.09.14 - 09.06.14
Recent Paintings by Rhys Davies
Elusie Gallery (Old Town Hall)
The Amherst artist exhibits landscapes from his native Wales.
08.11.14 - 01.23.15
Call for Erotic Art
Nina's Nook
To be featured in the fourth annual exhibit , to open Feb. 2015. Send submissions to naban@verizon.net by Jan. 23, 2015.
08.11.14 - 09.15.14
Gallery of Quilts Exhibit
Wistariahurst Museum
To run this October and November. For details and downloadable entry form, contact the museum.
08.15.14 - 09.15.14
Color Fields
Barbara Prey Gallery
Paintings by Barbara Prey.
08.22.14 - 11.30.14
Rurbanism
Sohn Fine Art Gallery
Group show exploring an integration of rural and urban concepts. Featuring work by Monika Sosnowski, Yvette Lucas, John Atchley, Denise Chandler, Cassandra Sohn, and more. With a reception (and book signing with Nathan Benn) Oct. 11, 4 p.m.
08.27.14 - 09.29.14
Cool Air, Hot Foliage
Shelburne Arts Co-Op
Group show featuring the works of member artists, including paintings, fiber art, jewelry, photography, wood, pottery and glass.
08.30.14 - 05.31.15
The Potter's Tale: Contextualizing 6,000 Years of Ceramics
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum
Highlights from the college's ceramics collection, which spans six thousand years and five continents.
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