Robert Hull Fleming Museum | University | April 2011

Samurai Helmet and Face Mask (Japan, 1800) at the Robert Hull Fleming Museum

Through May 22: “Under the Big Top: The Fine Art of the Circus in America” “Under the Big Top” features the work of modern and contemporary American artists fascinated by the spectacle of the circus and the bohemian lives of the performers outside the ring. Through May 22: “Georges Rouault: Cirque de L’Étoile Filante” Georges Rouault worked on his

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Artspace 106 at The Men’s Room | Downtown Burlington | April 2011

Tom Cullins at Artspace 106

Through April 13: “Rural Sheep and City Bears” by Lynn Rupe, featuring work from the “Urban Habitat” and “Monkton Sheep” series. Learn more about Lynn Rupe and her work at her website. April 15-June 15: “Photophotos +” featuring photography by Tom Cullins. Tom Cullins says about the work: “Over the past 10 years of traveling from Montreal, Canada to

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VCAM/RETN Art Space | South End | April 2011

W. David Powell Doubt (5'x4') at VCAM/RETN Art Space

Through May 31: “Everything Must Go 2.0″ by W. David Powell W. David Powell, the artist responsible for the iconic logo of Eat A Peach (The Allman Brothers’), presents a rare oppportunity to see first hand a wide sampling of his work and to understand the many influences and sensibilities by which it was inspired.  Nevertheless, the

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John Anthony Designer | Downtown Burlington | April 2011

Sheel Gardner Anand Maple Chemists (8'x6') at John Anthony Designer

The Vermont tradition of boiling sap into maple syrup is well captured in Sheel Gardner Anand’s oil painting entitled Maple Chemists, which is now on display in John Anthony Designer’s store front window. You can register to win a print of this image by stopping in at John Anthony’s now until April 1, 2011. While you’re there

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The BCA Center | Downtown Burlington | April 2011

Bill McDowell Gravity at BCA Center, Second Floor

First Floor Gallery: Through May 28: “Good House – Scott Lenhardt” Taking inspiration from classic fantasy artist Frank Frazetta, snowboarding culture and his own native Vermont landscape, Scott Lenhardt envelops visitors in a parallel reality of otherworldly landscapes. From a hulking sculptural giant dominating the east gallery to delicate hand-carved bird-like creatures in the west gallery, Lenhardt’s

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Daily Planet | Downtown Burlington | April 2011

Jane Ann Kantor at Daily Planet

At the Daily Planet in April: In the Bar, acrylic portraits and abstract paintings by Scott Einsig; in the Dining Room, color photographs from Panama by Barbara Hauzinger; and in the Greenhouse, acrylic paintings by Jane Ann Kantor. Daily Planet 15 Center Street (802) 862-9647 ARTMAP #5

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FLYNNDOG | South End | April 2011

Ava Bishop at FLYNNDOG

Through April 28: “.Scrap.”, new work by Ava Bishop, and “The Silent Canoe”, works in oil by Zoe Bishop “.Scrap.” re-assimilates fabric scraps left over from sewing projects past. “The Silent Canoe” reflects our ongoing contradiction between natural freedom and contrived constriction.  We are reminded that by maintaining our forward motion and calling on our animal ancestral spirits

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wingspan Painting Studio | South End | April 2011

Maggie Standley untitled at wingspan Painting Studio

wingspan Studio’s mission is to cultivate beauty. Maggie Standley, owner, does this in several ways: teaching art and French classes that nourish soul and mind, creating fine art that defies categorization, and rendering faux finishes and murals to enhance private and public spaces. Let your imagination soar! For current class schedule, visit and click on

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CCV Winooski | Winooski | April 2011

Karen Dawson Quarry with Shrubs (18x24, acrylic on paper) at CCV Winooski

First Floor Gallery April 1-May 1: Acyrlic landscape paintings by Karen Dawson, who has had a studio in Burlington’s Lakeside District for 22 years. Second Floor Gallery through April 29: “Unicorn Wars” by Dana Heffern. Using the metaphor of paint by number to examine the involvement of the United States in the wars of Iraq and

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The Block Gallery | Winooski | April 2011

Lois Jackson Showy Lady Slipper at The Block Gallery

During mud season, isn’t it nice to anticipate the wildflowers of early spring?  The April exhibit features watercolors of spring ephemerals and other beloved wildflowers. Botanical Artist Lois Jackson of Corinth has captured garden flowers and houseplants as well in graphite and color pencil. Opening Reception: Friday, April 8, 5:30-6:30PM. In addition, Nina Koch, certified specialist

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Salaam & The Men’s Store | Downtown Burlington | April 2011

Ashley Anne Veselis untitled 1 at Salaam & The Men's Store

Ashley Anne Veselis says about her work: I am intensely interested in the figure and portraiture, particularly through painting. Figures can create narratives through their poses and gaze as well as how the medium of paint can make these stories stronger; or fight the stories all together. I collect images that interest me; finding and creating

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Dudley H. Davis Center | University | April 2011

Michael Nye Pamela at Dudley H. Davis Center

The Dudley H. Davis Center is UVM’s student center, housing a variety of student services. It also displays artwork on all four floors of the building. In addition to individual student art submissions the Davis Center is proud to present a variety of exhibits throughout the school year. March 27-April 23: The Davis Center is also proud

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