06.01.13 - 06.30.13 Student of Thousand Cranes Studio Exhibit Agawam Public Library
Students of Thousand Cranes Studio, ages 4 to 18, display works created at classes and camp programs. Work includes a variety of media and miniature studies of famous paintings.
06.03.13 - 06.29.13 Artists' Books, Paintings and Poems Hosmer Gallery
Michelle Cotugno's ceramic "books" complement Margaret Lloyd's watercolors with poems, along with Jan Ruby's paintings and jeweled book-like containers. Reception: June 8, 2-4 p.m.
06.06.13 - 06.29.13 Eric Broudy: Seeing the Unseen Gallery A3
Photography exhibit with a focus on the unnoticed art found in the natural world. Opening reception: June 6, 5-8 p.m.
06.06.13 - 07.26.13 Write a Painting, Paint a Poem Jewish Community of Amherst
Edelman and Feshbach, painters, and Sesar, poet and translator work as independent artists dealing with images and poems in a wide variety of media.
06.07.13 - 07.07.13 The March on Washington: 28 August 1963 Eclipse Mill Gallery
Work by photographer Leonard Freed, from his book . Any visitors who participated in the historical march are encouraged to speak and receive a free copy of the book. Opening celebration: June 15, 6-8 p.m. Susannah Freed talks about the exhibit at 7 p.m.
06.07.13 - 07.30.13 Vivid Images: Reflecting Light Gallery in the Woods
A group of works in various media focusing on the interplay of strong color in their creations. Artist reception: June 7, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
06.07.13 - 07.30.13 Liza Myers: Animalia Gallery in the Woods
Artist's depiction of visionary realism in the natural world, with loosely based connections to North American native traditions. Artist reception: June 7, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
06.08.13 - 08.31.13 Lionel Delevingne Photography Exhibit Elusie Gallery (Old Town Hall)
Photographic prints from the artist's book , described as a snapshot of the complex changes that reshaped rural American farming in small towns across the nation.