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The Man of Many Talents Shows His Paintings

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‘A Sense of Place’ Between Here and New York City

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Expressionistic landscapes and urban scenes are among the highlights of the noteworthy Helen Cantrell show currently on view at The White Gallery in Lakeville. The show’s straightforward title, “A Sense of Place,” feels just right for the images assembled here. Nimbly, and sometimes unpredictably, Cantrell seems to have captured whatever might have been before her at any given moment: whether she was in Venice or Bridgeport, looking out on a snow-covered landscape or the angular, mid-century lines of a suburban home.

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Elegant, Spare Botanicals

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Soothing, Luscious Light At Ober Gallery

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When the air doesn’t move with a single breeze and the temperature reaches the mid 80s, but feels like the mid 90s, step into Rob Ober’s intimate gallery in the Kent Barns complex and submit yourself to the cooling effects of Karen LeSage’s palette.

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When Love Handles Were Beautiful

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The Mount Showcases Karol’s Interactive Sculpture

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Prentice’s Light Sculptures Featured At Cornwall Library

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Sculptor Tim Prentice works in a variety of lightweight materials, including stainless steel, wire, aluminum, and Lexan to create his distinctive works activated by the movement of the wind and natural airflow. He also makes works on a more modest scale, both wall pieces and suspended sculptures. The current show at The Cornwall Library, which is running through Aug. 17, represents a selection of his works created over the past 40 years.

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Two New Galleries in Kent Add Contemporary Street Cred To a Thriving Art Scene

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When Grass Is More Than Lawn

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There is a compelling body of work at Argazzi Art Gallery in Lakeville right now. Antonio Murado’s When The Wind Turns series offers up simplicity achieved through a complex process. Gallery owner Judith Singelis is always enthused to speak about her artists: she cares deeply about what she shows.
“These pieces were shown in April at the Albano Building of the United Nations. Two were placed and sent to Spain, and I was able to get the other two and the third piece, which Antonio graciously gave me to exhibit from his personal collection.”

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The Wassaic Project Features 70 Artists Across All Media

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A show including the works of 70 artists across media, “Ad Astra Per Aspera” is a playful sidling up to dystopia and a challenge to stratifying boundaries—national borders, discrimination and restrictive social norms, and humanity’s separation from nature—from the no-man’s-land between dream and waking. 

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