Upcoming Exhibits

Figuration Never Died: New York Painterly Painting, 1950-1970

Adventurous painting in New York during the 1950s was generally seen as synonymous with abstraction, especially with highly charged, gestural Abstract Expressionism and the contingent, wet-into-wet approach of Willem de…    read more

October 23, 2020 - February 14, 2021

Erik Hoffner: Ice Visions

The holes cut for ice fishing in ponds, lakes, and rivers refreeze overnight—creating fertile ground for nature’s wild artistic side. These perfectly augered circles become worlds at once interstellar and…    read more

October 23, 2020 - February 14, 2021

Ice Shanties: Fishing, People & Culture

The appearance of ice shanties on the frozen rivers, ponds, and lakes of northern New England is a sure sign that deep winter has arrived. Federico Pardo captures the spectacular…    read more

October 23, 2020 - February 14, 2021

Andy Yoder: Overboard

“The Great Shoe Spill of 1990,” an incident in which five shipping containers containing 80,000 Nike sneakers were lost at sea, inspired Yoder’s newest sculptural installation. Nike’s iconic Air Jordan…    read more

October 23, 2020 - March 6, 2021

Our Storied Landscape: Revealing the Brattleboro Words Trail

Brattleboro and its environs have a rich and varied history of writing—from the Abenaki, writing to defend their homeland, to Lucy Terry Prince, regarded as the first African American poet,…    read more

October 23, 2020 - February 14, 2021

Rachel Portesi: Hair Portraits

Since the beginning of human history, hair has held symbolic meaning. Although meanings and rites vary from culture to culture, most relate to key life events. Rachel Portesi uses hair…    read more

October 23, 2020 - February 21, 2021

Adria Arch: On Reflection

Something that reflects comes back to you. If you look in a mirror, you see your reflected image. If you reflect on your past experiences, you look at them once…    read more

March 13 - June 13, 2021

B. Lynch: Pull Back the Curtain

This multimedia installation juxtaposes “The Reds,” wealthy and powerful figures from the 18th century, and “The Grays,” hard-working characters with early 20th-century technology. Through gouache paintings, lino block prints, digitally…    read more

October 22, 2021 - February 13, 2022