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A combined artist talk is scheduled for Friday, December 11 at 7pm. Though lacking formal art training, Robert Warren Hines became the vehicle through which millions of citizens learned about their natural history. Installation and framing fees are separate. Artists were paired with lands via the Vermont Land Trust one year ago. Public or private space? Openly LGBT people remain a demographic minority in most places. Wednesday, December 16, prev day next day.

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His paintings, done in acrylic with a palette knife, capture the changing reflections of light and shadow.

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The Moose later migrated back to his homeland, settling in Conneticut in the early 90's where the stained glass studio was again reborn. Seashores, rolling hills, foliage and New England wildlife will be just some of the subjects in this sales exhibit. Though lacking formal art training, Robert Warren Hines became the vehicle through which millions of citizens learned about their natural history. The images aspire to capture fleeting moments of culture and place while evoking an almost timeless painterly abstraction in composition, texture and palette. He taught art history and studio art, and has painted professionally for 45 years while also working as an art handler, picture framer, and member of local art associations.

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Cloud User Inactive Registered: This retrospective pays tribute to the work and legacy of fourth-generation Vermonter and Burlington-based architect and artist Tom Cullins. Dec 4, from 4: Eyes on the Land is organized in partnership with Shelburne Museum and the Vermont Land Trust, thirteen Vermont artists and the owners of conserved Vermont lands. Vestrich describes the work as tightly framed photographs of degraded posters, chipped walls, aged objects and natural formations found in Europe, China, Australia, and North America. Vestrich brings a selection of his photographic work to the Castleton Downtown Gallery this winter season! The Vermont Land Trust Lands include vegetable farms, modern dairy operations, working forests, river ways and recreational properties.

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