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Three Artists At The Re Institute

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Millerton’s Re Institute is showing   “Three Artists in One Space.” Situated in a re-purposed barn, Re offers a large open space. The show features sculpture, a dozen large paintings, and numerous treasures hidden in plain sight.
When you walk in, Mark DeLura’s “Big Guy Doing His Thing” threatens you from across the cavernous space. In stark black and white, this deliberately pared-down male figure looms: nude, bald, and wielding a bat, commanding attention on multiple levels. Is he defending his home? Are we intruding? 

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‘Audubon Reimagined’ In Falls Village

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Artist John Hodgson’s exhibit, “Audubon Reimagined” is opening at the Hunt Library in Falls Village on April 18. Hodgson has exhibited his bold expressionist paintings at the library since 2006 and, more recently, has incorporated collage techniques into his art.  His interest in nature and birds is expressed in the paintings in his new exhibition. The show is up until May 11. The opening reception is April 27, 4-6 p.m.

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The Garish Desert of Everyday Life in California

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Six Portraits of Men in Craven’s Last Lakeville Show

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Something for Everyone At Black Squirrel Antiques

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Black Squirrel Antiques, which opened its doors in February 2017, has just celebrated its two year anniversary in Lakeville. Owners Joni Beveridge and Tom Emerick have cleverly repurposed a large, former office building on Main Street into an appealing treasure trove. The many rooms of the building’s main floor have been expertly arranged, allowing for a large and varied collection to unveil itself bit by bit, but never to overwhelm. The result is a warm and inviting space brimming with irresistible finds. 

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Millerton’s Montage Is Charming and Affordable

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Walk into Jennings & Rohn Montage on Millerton’s Main Street and the first thing you see is a classical figure, a woman bearing a pitcher of water and a demure countenance. She is draped and sculpted and perhaps a bit aged in the tradition of classical Greek art. The tag dangling from her wrist says $595.
Take a step to the right and there’s an enormous, lean, bent, Giacometti-tinged figure, his armature daubed with chunks of cement: Price, $1,650.  But lest you get the wrong idea here, a stunning little duck made of lead would set you back $12. 

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Smooth, Cool, Minimal Watercolors at KMR

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Charlotte Frieze’s spare, reductive seascapes are at once serene and mesmerizing. Garden designer, landscape architect, author and teacher, Frieze has recently turned to painting with watercolor. Frieze’s group of 15 clean, luminous, blue washes on view in Washington are glowing, economical gem-like musings on the vastness of sea and sky. 

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Digital Art Pioneer At Hotchkiss

Art: Mark Wilson ‘Unstructured Structures’

Mark Wilson’s new show at Hotchkiss’s Tremaine Gallery features work that feels simultaneously orderly and exuberant, intense and joyful. Vivid, lively and complex, the pieces that have been assembled for the show offer an exhilarating glimpse into the work of this digital art pioneer. 

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Marjorie Reid Featured in Great Barrington Exhibit

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Landscapes Truly From The Earth

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If you didn’t already know that Don Bracken paints with dirt — when you see the work you will feel a visceral connection between the painter, the paint and the earth. 
Bracken, a California- born, Berkeley-educated, landscape artist used to paint with acrylics on canvas. Always immersed in the landscape, Bracken was painting in a field on a farm in the Connecticut Valley, when, he says, he was “sick of painting with regular paint,” so he picked up a scoop of earth and mixed it in with the paint beginning this phase of his work. 

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