Emily Heath began her passion for art five years ago as a collaborative way of expressing music and emotions on canvas with other creative minds, and which has truly grown to be a way of showing her own creative views of the world through art–at Salaam & The Men’s Store.
If you haven’t had a chance to see Adirondack artist Julie Warren’s flower paintings at Vermont Farm Table, make sure to stop by!
Left Bank Home & Garden‘s show of ”Northern Landscapes” by Vermonter Jill Madden continues.
Photographer Melissa Thebarge shows “Vermont Winter” at New City Galerie.
Red Square has Burlington painter Abby Keller’s flowers and shapes.
As a freshman at UVM, Cydney Williams studies Studio Art and Psychology, she embraces abstract concepts while incorporating vivid colors. Her unique style has captured an intrigued audience at City Market/Onion River Co-op this month.
“Saki, Pug for Fun” by photographer Liza Cowan continues at Artspace 106 at The Men’s Room.
Maple Chemists is the featured work by Sheel Gardner Anand at John Anthony Designer in March.
At BCA Center, first and second floor galleries, “Seat Taken” is a group exhibition of 11 artists examining why human beings wrong one anothe, with race as just one variable in the equation. Upstairs in the fourth floor gallery, 2012 Barbara Smail Award Winner Gregg Blasdel presents “Bounty”.
Hal Mayforth is “Subversive in His Own Little Way at Amy E. Tarrant Gallery at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts.
Gabrielle Tsounis is a painter, illustrator, travel photographer, and student of life at Vintage Jewelers in March.
The Metropolitan Gallery in City Hall has the 26th Annual Children’s Art Exhibition. Come by on March 12, 5-7PM, for the awards ceremony with Mayor Miro Weinberger.
Frog Hollow and CSWD team up for the 16th Annual Creative ReUse Showcase.
Originally from Central Florida, Robert Maynard (image right) is all about analog photography at Uncommon Grounds.
The Daily Planet Restaurant is showing three artists, featuring, in the Bar, Elise Pecor, in the Green House, Jacques Burke, and, in the Dining Room, Richard Haesler.
At Nectar’s, photography by Brian Jenkins, Nectar’s house photographer, and photographs of Vermont landscapes by Ben Grunow.
At Penny Cluse Café through the 28th is an exhibition of 100 hands by a variety of artists, which will be auctioned off on March 1 to support the organization HANDS.