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Exhibits: museums and galleries

  • ‘Imagine the Possibilities ...”<br/>A group of storefronts on Avenue A in Turners Falls is exhibiting works created with found objects through Sept. 1. Pictured, Adam John Mulcahy’s “Speed Freak.” See “Ongoing.”<br/>Submitted photo

    ‘Imagine the Possibilities ...”
    A group of storefronts on Avenue A in Turners Falls is exhibiting works created with found objects through Sept. 1. Pictured, Adam John Mulcahy’s “Speed Freak.” See “Ongoing.”
    Submitted photo

  • One artist, two exhibits<br/>At left is a painting that’s part of Kimberly Sebrey’s current exhibit at Mocha Maya’s in Shelburne Falls. At right is one from her upcoming exhibit at Shelburne Falls’ Blue Rock Restaurant. That exhibit opens Aug. 14 with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m. “Why do I paint still life paintings? After years of painting from photographs, I realized that I was missing something with my subject. I wanted to paint real life. A simple and useful exercise for painters, a still life connects to the beauty of the everyday,” said Sebrey in an artist’s statement. See “Ongoing.”<br/>Submitted photo

    One artist, two exhibits
    At left is a painting that’s part of Kimberly Sebrey’s current exhibit at Mocha Maya’s in Shelburne Falls. At right is one from her upcoming exhibit at Shelburne Falls’ Blue Rock Restaurant. That exhibit opens Aug. 14 with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m. “Why do I paint still life paintings? After years of painting from photographs, I realized that I was missing something with my subject. I wanted to paint real life. A simple and useful exercise for painters, a still life connects to the beauty of the everyday,” said Sebrey in an artist’s statement. See “Ongoing.”
    Submitted photo

  • Free Fun Friday at The Clark<br/>The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown will host a Free Fun Friday on Friday, Aug. 8. Gallery admission is free to all, with special activities throughout the day for all ages including a hay ride, a scavenger hunt of the nature trails, lawn games, face painting, and craft tables for kids. Free cotton candy will be served, and grilled barbecue fare is available for sale from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Galleries will be open until 7 p.m. Pictured: The new two-level, 42,560-square-foot Clark Center is accented with a one-acre reflecting pool. The pool draws water from rain collection systems and has an operational volume of 284,000 gallons of water. The new building provides exhibition space, a cafeteria, a visitor’s center and conference rooms. See “Ongoing.”<br/>Don Stewart photo

    Free Fun Friday at The Clark
    The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown will host a Free Fun Friday on Friday, Aug. 8. Gallery admission is free to all, with special activities throughout the day for all ages including a hay ride, a scavenger hunt of the nature trails, lawn games, face painting, and craft tables for kids. Free cotton candy will be served, and grilled barbecue fare is available for sale from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Galleries will be open until 7 p.m. Pictured: The new two-level, 42,560-square-foot Clark Center is accented with a one-acre reflecting pool. The pool draws water from rain collection systems and has an operational volume of 284,000 gallons of water. The new building provides exhibition space, a cafeteria, a visitor’s center and conference rooms. See “Ongoing.”
    Don Stewart photo

  • ‘Imagine the Possibilities ...”<br/>A group of storefronts on Avenue A in Turners Falls is exhibiting works created with found objects through Sept. 1. Pictured, Adam John Mulcahy’s “Speed Freak.” See “Ongoing.”<br/>Submitted photo
  • One artist, two exhibits<br/>At left is a painting that’s part of Kimberly Sebrey’s current exhibit at Mocha Maya’s in Shelburne Falls. At right is one from her upcoming exhibit at Shelburne Falls’ Blue Rock Restaurant. That exhibit opens Aug. 14 with a reception from 4 to 7 p.m. “Why do I paint still life paintings? After years of painting from photographs, I realized that I was missing something with my subject. I wanted to paint real life. A simple and useful exercise for painters, a still life connects to the beauty of the everyday,” said Sebrey in an artist’s statement. See “Ongoing.”<br/>Submitted photo
  • Free Fun Friday at The Clark<br/>The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown will host a Free Fun Friday on Friday, Aug. 8. Gallery admission is free to all, with special activities throughout the day for all ages including a hay ride, a scavenger hunt of the nature trails, lawn games, face painting, and craft tables for kids. Free cotton candy will be served, and grilled barbecue fare is available for sale from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Galleries will be open until 7 p.m. Pictured: The new two-level, 42,560-square-foot Clark Center is accented with a one-acre reflecting pool. The pool draws water from rain collection systems and has an operational volume of 284,000 gallons of water. The new building provides exhibition space, a cafeteria, a visitor’s center and conference rooms. See “Ongoing.”<br/>Don Stewart photo

Editor’s note: 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. Photographs of the art being exhibited are always welcome and will be happily run, space permitting.

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