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11.03.14 - 11.29.14
November Exhibits
Hosmer Gallery
Photography exhibits: , by Bill Rowely; , by Len Seeve; and , by Fred Ranaudo.
11.04.14 - 11.28.14
Michael Crigler: Real Realms
Hope & Feathers
Crigler continues his discussion of collective consciousness and cosmic evolution with a new body of work exploring non-ordinary reality.
11.05.14 - 11.28.14
Merger: Alicia Renadette and Elizabeth Alexander
In the MAP Space, Suite 137.
11.05.14 - 12.13.14
Parallel Worlds: Radakovich 21st Century Award Competition
Folcwald Gallery of Sculptural Art
Featuring work celebrating sculptural adornment and art of the 21st century by artists from Virginia, New York, California, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and the Valley.
11.06.14 - 11.29.14
Janet Walerstein Winston: Fingerprints of Time
Gallery A3
Prints and paintings by Winston.
11.07.14 - 12.07.14
The Diorama Show
A.P.E. Gallery
Works by 8 different artists: Judith Abraham, Kathy Couch, Sally Curcio, Beckie Kravetz, Jane Lund, Lindsay Palermo, Elizabeth Stone, and Michael Tillyer.
11.07.14 - 12.01.14
Richard Heller: Recent Paintings
Gallery in the Woods
Heller creates expressionistic work in an era of raw data and electronic imagery. Oil on linen.
11.07.14 - 12.01.14
Samantha Crawford: New Work
Gallery in the Woods
New surreal landscapes in color and narrative work in black and white explore the edges of perception in viewing nature.
11.08.14 - 11.29.14
Nature Human Machine: The Artwork of Christina Gusek
Paper City Studios
A series of works based on the future of artificial intelligence, transhumanism, and the continued integration of mankind and nature.
11.08.14 - 01.07.15
For A Limited Time Only
Bing Arts Center
Installation by Amy "BannerQuenn" Johnquest influenced by classic circus sideshow banners.
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