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“Juxtaposition of Place” Opening Reception. Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace in Burlington is pleased to announce an exhibition of watercolor and acrylic works from Vermont mother and daughter artists, Ellen LaPointe Fontaine and Sienna Fontaine, entitled “Juxtaposition of Place.” The exhibition opens with a reception Oct. 2 from 5-7 p.m. Information: www.vintageinspired.net
In the Dark: A Night Photography Workshop by Lance Keimig. On Oct. 3, the Darkroom Gallery in Essex Junction will host this two-day workshop will introduce participants to the fundamentals of the different types of night photography including urban night photography by artificial light sources, night photography by natural light, and light painting. The classroom session will cover basic theory for the different types of night photography, key camera and exposure settings, and how to compose and focus in the dark. Prerequisites for the class include a good understanding of your own camera and its controls, and being comfortable shooting RAW files in Manual exposure mode. Darkroom Gallery, Essex Junction. $85, two-day class. Information: http://www.meetup.com/DarkroomGallery/events/223364719/
Column-Inch Collection: Keith Gallup. The Column-Inch Collection gallery space within the offices of the Essex Reporter and Colchester Sun newspapers will be hosting the abstract work of Fairfax artist, Keith Gallup. Gallup’s abstract work is painted on oversized tin “canvas” and uses lacquer based, automotive paints in warm yellows, reds and oranges. Exhibit on display through Oct. 31. Essex Reporter and Colchester Sun Offices are located in the Severance Corners Development. Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Information: www.essexreporter.com/cic.
“Juxtaposition of Place.” Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace in Burlington is pleased to announce an exhibition of watercolor and acrylic works from Vermont mother and daughter artists, Ellen LaPointe Fontaine and Sienna Fontaine, entitled “Juxtaposition of Place.” Mother and daughter artists, Ellen LaPointe Fontaine and Sienna Fontaine respectively showcase a juxtaposition of painted renderings of place. The collections of watercolor and acrylic works exhibit various Vermont symbols and spaces. The essence and vibrancy of the Green Mountains is displayed alongside the quirkiness and energy of Church Street. View the realistic representations by Ellen paired with the simplified expressionistic work of Sienna for a complete aesthetic experience. Exhibit opens Oct. 2 and runs through Oct. 31. Vintage Inspired, Burlington. Gallery Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday, 12-4 p.m. Information: http://vintageinspired.net/press/
Jeremy Mackenzie: Hidden Blueprints. Jeremy Mackenzie is a Champlain College student who turned to his particular art, wood scrollwork, after being incarcerated at the Lee Adjustment Center in Beattyville, Kentucky. While in prison, Mackenzie drew the “blueprints” for the intricate carvings he planned to create upon his release. These drawings, comprised of many sheets of paper taped together, had to be kept secret or they would have been confiscated. He successfully kept the drawings hidden for years and began his scrollwork following his release. Mackenzie documented his progress as he worked, which was done in a sweltering attic. Mackenzie is currently a fulltime cinematography student at Champlain College. Runs through Nov. 28. Amy Tarrant Gallery, Burlington. Gallery Hours: Saturdays, 11 a.m. -4 p.m. Information: http://www.flynncenter.org/performances-events/amy-e-tarrant-gallery.html