Art exhibit: Roots to Resistance

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Interactive "Winter Benefit Show: Roots to Resistance" on view through Jan. 31. Also, Samantha Crawford. "New Landscapes" at Gallery in the Woods. 145 Main St., Brattleboro. 802-257-4777



Gallery 1:Gallery in the Woods Interactive Winter Benefit Show: Roots to Resistance: Nov. 3 to Jan 31.

Akin to the indigenous and folk artists in the worlds she explores, Denise Beaudet works in strong color and simplicity of gaze. Roots to Resistance is a public art installation of twelve, eight foot portraits of women activists from across the globe, displayed to create a connection for the viewer to the pathways of social change; to imagine themselves stepping forward to make change in their own communities.

By partnering with 50+ international organizations, the project has sent postcards and street postering materials across the globe, and these will be available free of charge.

Gallery 2: Samantha Crawford. New Landscapes

Recent work on paper in goache and ink. Crawford interprets the landscape in hyper-real detail, revealing an intensely personal, dreamlike experience in the forest, in both black and white and color. (photo--'River Rising', 2018)

At Gallery in the Woods. 145 Main Street, Brattleboro. 802-257-4777 Homepage




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