Dudley H. Davis Center | University | December 2011

Brian Miller Block Heads at the Dudley H. Davis Center

During the month of December a collection of work by past and present contributors to UVM’s literary journal Vantage Point is on display in the Livak Fireplace Lounge and Gallery on the fourth floor. Also on display throughout the month, on the Jameson Landing, is a collection of student work from Shelly Warren’s sculpture class,

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Alchemy Jewelry Arts Collective | South End | December 2011

Alchemy Jewelry Arts Collective | South End | December 2011

“Heart To Hand” is our Annual Holiday show and sale featuring paintings from Sue Osmond and new jewelry works. Exhibiting handcrafted designer jewelry and sculpture.  Alchemy Jewelry Arts Collective is a group of 4 independent designer-goldsmiths sharing studio and gallery space:  Timothy Grannis (802-660-2032); Jane Frank (802-999-3242); Connie Coleman (802-999-3630) and Marie-Josee Lamarche (802-233-7521). All jewelry is 10-50%

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Speaking Volumes | South End | December 2011

Nicholas Heilig Hendrix (8.5"x11"; cardstock, 3M adhesive spray, exacto blade) at Speaking Volumes

Presenting work by Mary Provenzano, Nick Heilig, John David O’Shaughnessy, and Sean Metcalf. Nick Heilig says about his series “Pop Up People”: Epic.  Classic.  Grand.  Ambitious…  This could be a description of Andy Warhol, but it also happens to sum up the theme of my latest series of images. Pop star & stencil inspired, this show has something for

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SEABA Center | South End | December 2011

December 2-January 31: “Finissage” The SEABA Center presents its second annual Finissage.  This exhibition features selected works by those artists that have been featured at SEABA curated sites over the past year. Curated by SEABA Opening Reception during December’s First Friday, 5-8PM. Also open for the South End Holiday Hop, December 9-11. SEABA Center hours: Monday through Friday, 9AM-5PM. SEABA Center 404

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Shelburne Vineyard | Shelburne | December 2011

December 1-February 29:   “Winter Landscapes” Multimedia work by artists Sean Dye, Tony Conner and Mary Krause. Artist Reception: Sunday, December 4, 2-5PM, with light refreshments Shelburne Vineyard offers art and wine among the vines, with wine tastings daily from 11AM-5PM. Shelburne Vineyard 6308 Shelburne Road (Route 7), Shelburne 05482 (802) 985-8222 www.shelburnevineyard.com ARTMAP #63

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Uncommon Grounds | Downtown Burlington | December 2011

Uncommon Grounds has been showing art on upper Church Street for years. Their monthly shows, visible throughout the café, highlight Vermont artists and Vermont themes. Don’t be shy about going in to check out the latest offering. Hours: Monday-Friday, 7AM-8PM; Saturday, 8AM-9AM; Sunday, 9AM-7PM. Uncommon Grounds Coffee and Tea 42 Church Street (802) 865-6227 www.ugvermont.com ARTMAP #15

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

Salaam and The Men’s Store welcome artists and musicians! The red brick and urban southwest orange walls create a perfect eclectic gallery space for the First Friday Art Walk and Third Thursday Fashion Shows. Salaam & The Men’s Store 90 Church Street (802) 658-8822 www.shopsalaam.com ARTMAP #14

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Opportunities Credit Union | Old North End | December 2011

Opportunities Credit Union presents work by Vermont artists at their Old North End location. Work is curated by Kasini House. Opportunities Credit Union is Vermont’s only regulated financial institution dedicated to serving the emerging markets of low-wealth individuals. Hours: Monday-Thursday 9AM-5PM, Friday 9AM-6PM. Opportunities Credit Union 92 North Avenue (802) 865-3404 x130 www.oppsvt.org ARTMAP #29

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S.P.A.C.E. | South End | December 2011

December 2 – January 28: “Small Works” The S.P.A.C.E. Gallery is pleased to host its third annual Small Works exhibit. The show is a response to an open call to artists, in which everything submitted that measures 12″ or under will be shown. The result is an exhibit filled with pleasant surprises found in work perfectly

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