Mt. Mansfield Union High School Fine Arts Department
Instructors: Cyndi Listernik, Jon Harris, Greg Pajala
Closing reception Sunday, February 18 1- 3 pm.
February 22 – March 18
WHAT DID THE ROCK SAY Part 1. A collaborated art project by two artists, that have hiked rock sites in Vermont, Dianne Shullenberger colored pencil, and photography by John Snell.
Artist Reception Sunday, March 4 2 pm to 4 pm
Poetry readings about rocks by Mary Jane Dickerson, and Zoe Fowler at 3:00pm
Music by Maya Fowler
March 22 – May 6
DRAWING THREADS: Conversations between Line and Stich
by fabric artist, Betsy Fram
Artist and Opening Reception Sunday March 25, 2pm to 4 pm
May 10 – June 3
EAST AND WEST: Bernhard Wunder and Thomas Vogelsang, photographers
May 26 and 27
Vermont Open Studio Weekend Gallery serves as headquarters for the local art tour (maps)
June 7 – July 15
Luminous Landscapes of Vermont painted by Julie J. McGowan and photographed by Mary Claire Carroll This exhibit founded on a representational view of Vermont’s landscapes, brings together scenes from a naturalistic photographer and a disciple of the Hudson River School and luminism*, using the 19th century palette and techniques to create a vision of Vermont.
July 21 – August 11 8th Annual Jericho Plein Air Festival
September 6 – September 30
Monet Mamas a group of women, retired from teaching art , and who continue to explore their own passions in art in various mediums
October 4 – November 11
Joe Bolger landscape painter in oils from Addison County
November 18th - December 30th
John Opulski Under Current -- Oils
*Luminism is an American landscape painting style of the 1850s – 1870s, characterized by effects of light in landscapes, through using aerial perspective, and concealing visible brushstrokes. Luminist landscapes emphasize tranquility, and often depict calm, reflective water and a soft, hazy sky.