Exhibits: galleries and museums

  • Images courtesy of Trish Crapo<br/>‘Compositions by the Sea’<br/>Trish Crapo, a writer and photographer who contributes regularly to The Recorder, has an exhibit of her photography and collages up at Nina’s Nook in Turners Falls. The reception is Sept. 19. Her artist’s statement reads, in part: “One morning, after a storm, I walked the beach and photographed flotsam that had washed up on the sands near my shack. I was struck by the way these natural compositions preserved a calligraphy written by the sea. And later, when I began to look back at examples of my torn paper collage, I realized that I see these compositions everywhere. They are inside me.” See “Receptions etc.”

    Images courtesy of Trish Crapo
    ‘Compositions by the Sea’
    Trish Crapo, a writer and photographer who contributes regularly to The Recorder, has an exhibit of her photography and collages up at Nina’s Nook in Turners Falls. The reception is Sept. 19. Her artist’s statement reads, in part: “One morning, after a storm, I walked the beach and photographed flotsam that had washed up on the sands near my shack. I was struck by the way these natural compositions preserved a calligraphy written by the sea. And later, when I began to look back at examples of my torn paper collage, I realized that I see these compositions everywhere. They are inside me.” See “Receptions etc.”

  • Image courtesy of Leonore Alaniz<br/>Barnes Gallery reception Sunday<br/>There are two exhibits going up at the Barnes Gallery in Leverett. The reception for “Seeds & Friends” is Sunday, Sept. 8. The reception for “The Weed Parade” is Sept. 15. See “Receptions, etc.”

    Image courtesy of Leonore Alaniz
    Barnes Gallery reception Sunday
    There are two exhibits going up at the Barnes Gallery in Leverett. The reception for “Seeds & Friends” is Sunday, Sept. 8. The reception for “The Weed Parade” is Sept. 15. See “Receptions, etc.”

  • Images courtesy of Trish Crapo<br/>‘Compositions by the Sea’<br/>Trish Crapo, a writer and photographer who contributes regularly to The Recorder, has an exhibit of her photography and collages up at Nina’s Nook in Turners Falls. The reception is Sept. 19. Her artist’s statement reads, in part: “One morning, after a storm, I walked the beach and photographed flotsam that had washed up on the sands near my shack. I was struck by the way these natural compositions preserved a calligraphy written by the sea. And later, when I began to look back at examples of my torn paper collage, I realized that I see these compositions everywhere. They are inside me.” See “Receptions etc.”

    Images courtesy of Trish Crapo
    ‘Compositions by the Sea’
    Trish Crapo, a writer and photographer who contributes regularly to The Recorder, has an exhibit of her photography and collages up at Nina’s Nook in Turners Falls. The reception is Sept. 19. Her artist’s statement reads, in part: “One morning, after a storm, I walked the beach and photographed flotsam that had washed up on the sands near my shack. I was struck by the way these natural compositions preserved a calligraphy written by the sea. And later, when I began to look back at examples of my torn paper collage, I realized that I see these compositions everywhere. They are inside me.” See “Receptions etc.”

  • Submitted photo<br/>Gallery in the Woods <br/>Gallery in the Woods in Brattleboro, Vt., has a reception coming up Friday for three new exhibits. Pictured is “Devil Skips” by Wendy Cross, who says “Most of what I paint I have seen for myself, neighborhoods and infrastructure crumbling, people succumbing to drug abuse and the negative effects of an unhealthy environment and poor diet. I am drawn to desperation,the fact that those most vulnerable rarely escape poverty and degradation.” See “Receptions, etc.”<br/>

    Submitted photo
    Gallery in the Woods
    Gallery in the Woods in Brattleboro, Vt., has a reception coming up Friday for three new exhibits. Pictured is “Devil Skips” by Wendy Cross, who says “Most of what I paint I have seen for myself, neighborhoods and infrastructure crumbling, people succumbing to drug abuse and the negative effects of an unhealthy environment and poor diet. I am drawn to desperation,the fact that those most vulnerable rarely escape poverty and degradation.” See “Receptions, etc.”

  • Images courtesy of Trish Crapo<br/>‘Compositions by the Sea’<br/>Trish Crapo, a writer and photographer who contributes regularly to The Recorder, has an exhibit of her photography and collages up at Nina’s Nook in Turners Falls. The reception is Sept. 19. Her artist’s statement reads, in part: “One morning, after a storm, I walked the beach and photographed flotsam that had washed up on the sands near my shack. I was struck by the way these natural compositions preserved a calligraphy written by the sea. And later, when I began to look back at examples of my torn paper collage, I realized that I see these compositions everywhere. They are inside me.” See “Receptions etc.”
  • Image courtesy of Leonore Alaniz<br/>Barnes Gallery reception Sunday<br/>There are two exhibits going up at the Barnes Gallery in Leverett. The reception for “Seeds & Friends” is Sunday, Sept. 8. The reception for “The Weed Parade” is Sept. 15. See “Receptions, etc.”
  • Images courtesy of Trish Crapo<br/>‘Compositions by the Sea’<br/>Trish Crapo, a writer and photographer who contributes regularly to The Recorder, has an exhibit of her photography and collages up at Nina’s Nook in Turners Falls. The reception is Sept. 19. Her artist’s statement reads, in part: “One morning, after a storm, I walked the beach and photographed flotsam that had washed up on the sands near my shack. I was struck by the way these natural compositions preserved a calligraphy written by the sea. And later, when I began to look back at examples of my torn paper collage, I realized that I see these compositions everywhere. They are inside me.” See “Receptions etc.”
  • Submitted photo<br/>Gallery in the Woods <br/>Gallery in the Woods in Brattleboro, Vt., has a reception coming up Friday for three new exhibits. Pictured is “Devil Skips” by Wendy Cross, who says “Most of what I paint I have seen for myself, neighborhoods and infrastructure crumbling, people succumbing to drug abuse and the negative effects of an unhealthy environment and poor diet. I am drawn to desperation,the fact that those most vulnerable rarely escape poverty and degradation.” See “Receptions, etc.”<br/>

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