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10.11.14 - 11.05.14
Michael MacTavish: Rural Memories
Nash Gallery
Impressionist oil paintings, many of local scenes, by Easthampton artist MacTavish.
10.11.14 - 09.01.15
Lee Boroson: Plastic Fantastic
Mass MoCA
New York-based Boroson creates immersive installations that use light, fabric, and inflatables to create phenomenological experiences based on elemental forces in nature.
10.11.14 - 11.05.14
Small State, Big Sky, Small Works (Delaware)
Elusie Gallery (Old Town Hall)
Recent works by Marcia Reed, who retired from a 35-year teaching career at Williston Northampton School in 2012.
10.11.14 - 10.26.14
To Each Her Own
Eclipse Mill Artist Lofts
Abstract landscapes by Sharon Carson, Cathy Doocy, and Debi Pendell.
10.13.14 - 11.13.14
On The Job
Open Square
New works by Gregory Stone. With an opening reception Oct. 16, 5-7 p.m.
10.13.14 - 11.14.14
Annual Gingerbread Competition
Springfield Museums
Young people, individual bakers, schools, and bakeries are invited to submit design plans that will be on view in the museum's upcoming holiday exhibit . See for downloadable form.
10.16.14 - 11.14.14
Clay Remembers
William Blizard Gallery, Springfield College
Works of clay from Scott Redman.
10.21.14 - 01.11.15
The People In Your Neighborhood
Springfield Museums
Local artist and Baystate Health employee Sarah Concannon paints the portrait of one resident from each of Springfield's 17 neighborhood wards.
10.28.14 - 01.04.15
Let It Snow: Winter Scenes in Snow Globes and Japanese Prints
Springfield Museums
Japanese woodblock prints depicting winter scenes, and rare snow globes created this past century.
10.29.14 - 11.24.14
Two Part Harmony
Shelburne Arts Co-Op
Paintings by Sandy Denis and Louise Minks. Reception with the artists Nov. 1 from 5 to 8 p.m.
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