Brattleboro's Gallery Walk is happening Tonight!
With over 30 venues, there is something for everyone.
Here is a link
to help you plan your stops.
While you are there please stop into:
Gallery in the Woods & Dante's Infurniture at 145 Main St. to see the continuing featured exhibit for this November and December:
Alicia Adams Hunsicker: Moments of Creation.
The artist says of her work: "Originally evolving from the idea of a moment in time where thought is transformed into matter, these paintings capture not only the energy of creation but also decay. I am fascinated by nature's repeating patterns and see these forms as part of a cosmic language that links humanity to the Divine and shows our interconnectedness." Hunsicker's transformative compositions recontextualize the inner structures of the human body, exposing them in a colorful, alluring, abstracted landscape. In them we are drawn into a thoughtful world where we are asked deep and meaningful questions and where we are shown the exquisite fragility of life. This exhibit is funded in part by a BEAN Micro-Grant from the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center.
Gallery 2 features Sculptural Baskets by Jackie Abrams, who returns home with a Best In Show from the prestigious Philadelphia Museum Show. Abrams has worked with Third World craft development for a number of years -- she's heading next to South Africa with the mission of developing Women's Craft from recycled materials.
Come in and see the Best of the Best, Dec. 2-Jan. 31.
Artists' reception on Friday, December 2, 5:30 to 7:30.
The Moondogs provide live music.