Love, Details & Magnetism

Burlington always has art going on somewhere. When the plows are done on your road, hop in your car and motor on up to Burlington to warm up around some art. These six exhibitions are just a small selection of art that is on display in and around the city. And to find out more about art in Burlington, visit Art Map Burlington‘s website HERE.

Each issue of Vermont Art Guide has over a hundred places to see art around the state. To find out more, purchase Vermont Art Guide #3 or SUBSCRIBE to never miss an issue.

“White Magnetism”: Sally Linder”
Through April 1, 2017

Inspired by Earth’s beauty and the social and political issues that confront humankind, Sally Linder’s artistic endeavors spring from a deep commitment to Earth and all living beings. Her paintings chronicle a quest for a better and more conscience-driven world. (image: Bestowed Upon by Sally Linder)

Amy E. Tarrant Gallery at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
153 Main Street, Burlington 05401
(802) 652-4505
Open Saturday, 11AM-4PM and by appointment
www.flynncenter.org

In the Details
Through March 31, 2017

“In the Details”, curated by Carleen Zimbalatti, is group show featuring the mesmerizing, complex artwork of 17 artists. The labor-intensive quality of their work invites the viewer into an inner world that is both tranquil and multidimensional. Zimbalatti said, “[The show] gives weight to each artist’s meticulous mark-making vocabulary and process. Inch by inch, through skill and craftsmanship, the significance of detail emerges from the iterations and interlacing of small basic elements, creating evocative compositions that maintain a balance between the tangible and a seemingly infinite space. More importantly, the artist’s curated into this exhibition communicate the importance of detail and how the juxtaposition of artistic elements give meaning to the visible world.” (image: Reweaving 3 by Linda Schlosberg)

SEABA Gallery
404 Pine Street, Burlington 05401
(802) 859-9222
Open Monday-Friday, 9AM-5PM
www.seaba.com

Shane Lavalette, Wylie Sofia Garcia,
and Molly Bosley & Athena Petra Tasiopoulos
Through April 8, 2017

On the 1st & 2nd Floors: “Shane Lavalette: One Sun, One Shadow” (sweeping photographic portrayal of the American South) and “Wylie Sofia Garcia: With My Voice, I Am Calling You Home” (richly patterned paintings and lenticular prints embody themes of domesticity, meditation, and personal place making). Vermont Metro Gallery: “The Past Present: Work by Molly Bosley and Athena Petra Tasiopoulos” (exhibition that uses metaphorical objects to explore our humanity and unpack our relationship to the past through paper cuts (Bosley) and collage (Tasiopoulos)). (image: Montre by Shane Lavalette, 2010)

BCA Center
135 Church Street, Burlington 05401
(802) 865-7166
Open Tuesday-Thursday, 11AM-5PM; Friday-Saturday, 11AM-8PM.
www.burlingtoncityarts.org

Wall of Love
February 2017

“Wall of Love” is an interactive exhibit that invites the public to post an example of love, solidarity, kindness and community. Sticky notes, markers and a warm, positive environment to express your love are provided.

Frog Hollow
85 Church Street, Burlington 05401
(802) 863-6458
Open Monday-Saturday, 10AM-6PM; Sunday, Noon-5PM
www.froghollow.org

“Momension”
Through April 25, 2017

In “Momension”, Bech Evans, Alissa Faber, and Patrick O’Shea present a sculptural and interactive environment using clay, glass, and metal to explore materials, process and time.

New City Galerie
132 Church Street, Burlington 05401
(802) 355-5440
Open Tuesday-Friday, 11AM-5PM
www.newcitygalerie.org

Exploring Human Origins:
What Does It Mean to Be Human?
February 18-March 17, 2017

“Exploring Human Origins: What Does It Mean to Be Human?” is from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and was developed by the NMNH and the American Library Association with funding from the John Templeton Fund. Explore milestones in the evolutionary journey of becoming human through panel displays, interactive video kiosks, sculpture and casts of early human artifacts–from walking upright, creating technology and eating new foods, to brain enlargement and the development of symbolic language and complex societies–advancements that define the unique position of humans in the history of life.

Fletcher Free Library
235 College Street, Burlington 05401
(802) 865-7211
Open daily at 10AM, Noon on Sunday
www.fletcherfree.org

And to find out more about art in Burlington, visit Art Map Burlington‘s website HERE.

Each issue of Vermont Art Guide has over a hundred places to see art around the state. To find out more, purchase Vermont Art Guide #3 or SUBSCRIBE to never miss an issue.