Winter 2019
at Brattleboro Museum & Art Center

ART ON VIEW

Located in historic Union Station at the foot of Main Street in downtown Brattleboro, the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center has cultivated a stellar reputation over the years for engaging and thoughtful exhibitions and quality programming.

Open Call NXNE 2019: Paint
Through March 2, 2019

For “Open Call NXNE 2019: Paint”, over 300 artists from New England and New York submitted work for consideration by juror Miles McEnery of Miles McEnery Gallery in New York City. McEnery selected 13 artists for inclusion in the exhibit: Scot Borofsky, Ari Chaves, Jorge Costa, Vita Eruhimovitz, Samuel Fisch, Julia Jensen, Jenna Lash, Shona Macdonald, Douglas Navarra, Susan Osgood, Roger Patrick, Walker Roman, and Carleen Zimbalatti. Their work spans the gamut from pure abstraction to realism and employs a wide variety of types of paint, including acrylic, oil, ink, gouache, and latex. (image: Backstory by Julia Jensen (40″x40″x2″; oil on panel; 2018))

Don’t Call Me Princess: Orly Cogan
Through March 2, 2019

Orly Cogan’s painted and embroidered linen pieces in “Don’t Call Me Princess” explore feminism, domesticity, and the constantly changing role of women in society. A prominent member of the fiber arts movement, Cogan lives and works in New York’s Hudson Valley and exhibits widely in the U.S. and in Europe. (image: POW (detail) by Orly Cogan (hand-stitched embroidery, applique, and paint on vintage bed linen; 2018)

To Another Place: Emily Mason
Through February 10, 2019

“To Another Place” is the first museum survey of the work of acclaimed 86-year-old abstract artist, Emily Mason, who divides her time between New York City and Brattleboro. The exhibit consists of fifty paintings and drawings created over a period of sixty years, from 1958 through 2018. (image: March Is Heard by Emily Mason (60″x54″; oil on canvas; 1998))

Heaven, Earth, Home: Elizabeth Turk
Through February 10, 2019

“Heaven, Earth, Home” is a collection of sculptures and drawings by California-based artist Elizabeth Turk. Turk’s sculptures feature sinewy ribbons of hand-carved marble nested within natural materials: Baja beach stones, Idaho quartzite, or the gnarled roots of a Redwood. Her ink-and-graphite drawings echo her sculptural forms. Together, the sculptures and drawings explore the boundary between art and the natural world. (image: Marble & Baja Beach Stone 5 by Elizabeth Turk (3.5″x4″x9″; marble and Baja beach stones; 2015). Courtesy of the artist and Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York)


INFORMATION

Brattleboro Museum and Art Center
10 Vernon Street
Brattleboro 05301
(802) 257-0124

Hours:
Daily (except Tuesday), 11AM-5PM
Open until 8:30PM for the First Friday Gallery Walk

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