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Exhibits: galleries and museums

  • Jon Karl photo<br/>Base Camp reception tonight<br/>The reception for “Exposing the Spirit: The Allure of the Horse,” an exhibit by photographer Jon Kral, will be at Base Camp Photo in Greenfield today, 5 to 8 p.m. Since retiring from the newspaper world, Kral has pursued his love of equine photography, documenting life around stables and racing. “I was focused on pure realism and now I get to cross the line but I will always have photojournalism in my blood,” Kral says. See “Receptions etc.”<br/>

    Jon Karl photo
    Base Camp reception tonight
    The reception for “Exposing the Spirit: The Allure of the Horse,” an exhibit by photographer Jon Kral, will be at Base Camp Photo in Greenfield today, 5 to 8 p.m. Since retiring from the newspaper world, Kral has pursued his love of equine photography, documenting life around stables and racing. “I was focused on pure realism and now I get to cross the line but I will always have photojournalism in my blood,” Kral says. See “Receptions etc.”

  • Submitted image<br/>‘Requests for Forgiveness’<br/>Freedom Trails Gallery in Amherst is exhibiting “After Life,” in which Brazilian sound artist Ricardo Frota and Conway artist Phyllis Labanowski explore the afterlife of people, their objects, and Christmas trees. Pictured, “Requests for Forgiveness,” one of the altars made by Labanowski from objects found in her father’s hoarding. See “Ongoing.”<br/>

    Submitted image
    ‘Requests for Forgiveness’
    Freedom Trails Gallery in Amherst is exhibiting “After Life,” in which Brazilian sound artist Ricardo Frota and Conway artist Phyllis Labanowski explore the afterlife of people, their objects, and Christmas trees. Pictured, “Requests for Forgiveness,” one of the altars made by Labanowski from objects found in her father’s hoarding. See “Ongoing.”

  • Cheap Art Show<br/>The Polish American Club, 46 S. Main St., South Deerfield  will host an show highlighting the skills of local artists on Oct. 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. See “Receptions etc.”<br/>Submitted image

    Cheap Art Show
    The Polish American Club, 46 S. Main St., South Deerfield will host an show highlighting the skills of local artists on Oct. 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. See “Receptions etc.”
    Submitted image

  • Jon Karl photo<br/>Base Camp reception tonight<br/>The reception for “Exposing the Spirit: The Allure of the Horse,” an exhibit by photographer Jon Kral, will be at Base Camp Photo in Greenfield today, 5 to 8 p.m. Since retiring from the newspaper world, Kral has pursued his love of equine photography, documenting life around stables and racing. “I was focused on pure realism and now I get to cross the line but I will always have photojournalism in my blood,” Kral says. See “Receptions etc.”<br/>
  • Submitted image<br/>‘Requests for Forgiveness’<br/>Freedom Trails Gallery in Amherst is exhibiting “After Life,” in which Brazilian sound artist Ricardo Frota and Conway artist Phyllis Labanowski explore the afterlife of people, their objects, and Christmas trees. Pictured, “Requests for Forgiveness,” one of the altars made by Labanowski from objects found in her father’s hoarding. See “Ongoing.”<br/>
  • Cheap Art Show<br/>The Polish American Club, 46 S. Main St., South Deerfield  will host an show highlighting the skills of local artists on Oct. 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. See “Receptions etc.”<br/>Submitted image

Editor’s note: Subscribers can find a more complete listing of exhibits in our area by going to the Arts & Entertainment section of our webite at www.recorder.com. These listings, which focus on local galleries and artists, are free. Email them to features@recorder.com. The deadline is the Thursday before publication, by 8 a.m. We happily run photos given the room.

Receptions, etc.

Ongoing

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