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Hare On a Summer's Day painting by Sharon Sefton

Sharon Sefton: What a wonderful world

November 6–December 5, 2021

Public Reception and Artist Talk: Saturday, November 6, 2 pm

Always stretching herself as an artist, Sharon Hart Sefton has used the past few tenuous and uncertain years to explore new mediums in her quest to understand our increasingly complex world and capture the beauty of nature.  Along with her etchings and drawings, she has recently experimented with monoprinting and mixed media collage.

MAC Gallery (Sculpture)

Guest Curator: Risikat "Kat" Okedeyi: The Longest Night

November 6, 2021–January 2, 2022

Public Reception and Artist Talk: Saturday, November 13, 2 pm

On December 21st in the Northern Hemisphere, the North Pole is the furthest away from the sun. On this day, known as the winter solstice, we experience the shortest amount of daylight and mark the official start of winter. In this exhibition, the symbolism of the long night is used as a vehicle for storytelling, ritual, and wonder. Drawing on ancient and modern perspectives, this show examines the transformative power of cycles and how we as humans, move in sync and sometimes against the natural order of the birth-to-death-to-rebirth cycle. Sourcing pagan, religious, and agnostic practices, the longest night is up to a myriad of interpretations that range from the mundane to the fantastical.

Something To Be Looked At by Guilia Piera Livi

Giulia Piera Livi: Welcome In

November 6, 2021–January 2, 2022

Public Reception and Artist Talk: Saturday, November 6, 2 pm

Giulia Piera Livi’s artwork explores the issues of interior space, design, and how we choose to live in our homes. By interposing objects of everyday use and distorting interior spaces, she explores our ability to inhabit these spaces while merging dreamlike notions with the rigid confines of interior spaces.

Middle Pier By Patrick Cromwell (higher quality)

Patrick Cromwell: The Last Ten Years

December 11–January 9, 2022

Public Reception and Artist Talk: Saturday, December 11, 2 pm

Patrick Cromwell has been a resident artist at Montpelier Arts Center since 2012. He studied art and architecture at Yale in the 1980s and 1990s. He is inspired by M.C. Escher where he experiments with patterns of light and dark as well as different techniques of etching a plate. Through the creative process, he often discovers and connects more with his interior life.