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11.14.14 - 12.13.14
Photography and Constructions by Jeff Richard
The White Rose
Works by Holyoke native Richard.
11.14.14 - 12.21.14
Splendor and Sorrow: Glimpses of WWI
Historic Northampton
Printmaker Therese Moriarty strives to balance the awesome beauty of the Alps with the echoes of a war that changed the world.
11.15.14 - 02.22.15
Madeline at 75: The Art of Ludwig Bemelmans
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
To mark the 75th anniversary of , this exhibition celebrates Bemelman's legacy. Featuring artwork, memorabilia, and more.
11.17.14 - 12.13.14
Scene In Amehrst
Amherst History Museum / Simeon Strong House
2nd annual juried show of art inspired by the Amherst historical society.
11.18.14 - 04.26.15
Origami Interpretations
Springfield Museums
Twenty-five paintings, sculptures, and prints by New York artist Gloria Garfinkel.
11.22.14 - 02.08.15
Norman Rockwell: Home for the Holidays
Norman Rockwell Museum
11.26.14 - 01.26.15
Small Packages
Shelburne Arts Co-Op
Holiday show by member artists.
11.28.14 - 01.04.15
A Sophisticated Season
Sawmill River Arts
Holiday season exhibit of paintings and fine crafts by gallery members.
12.01.14 - 12.31.14
Life After Life
Cooley Dickinson Hospital
Photography exhibit by Ken Kipen, whose work deals with subjects being reclaimed and renewed by nature.
12.01.14 - 12.19.14
Exhibit: Photographing in Russia and Ukraine: 2004-2014
Graham Auditorium, Hillyer Hall
Photos by Sasha Rudensky show the dissolution of Soviet consciousness and the ideological vacuum left in its wake in Ukraine and Russia.
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