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On Reflection by Linda Hogan
On display in the Kitzmiller Fiction Room through May

On Reflection - Linda HoganReflection is light mirroring off a shiny surface. Reflection is revisiting something noticed in the past. Reflection is a state of mind. These are the things reflected in this exhibit of REFLECTION.

​Linda Hogan is a Montpelier visual artist and teacher. She is the President of the Art Resource Association and long time curator at Capitol Grounds. Her studies include the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, then earned B.A from Goddard College, and received her MFA at Vermont College. She is a painter and a photographer.

Her work has been shown throughout New England at the Hayden Gallery at MIT, the Boston Visual Artists Union, the Sunne Savage Gallery in Boston, the Cape Cod Art Association, the Cape Cod Conservatory of Art, the Falmouth Art Association, the Sterling Gallery in Connecticut, the T.W. Wood Art Gallery, Capitol Grounds, the Center for Arts and learning, the Backus Gallery, Montpelier’s Women’s’ Work Project, Goddard College, and the Bryan Gallery in Jeffersonville. She also provides artistic photos each year for the Montpelier Annual Report and the Green Mount Cemetery for their brochure and presentations to the City.

Kids Create Art Show
On display in the Children’s Library through May

View creative artwork made by kids at the art tables in the Children’s Library!

T.W. Wood Satellite Exhibit
Arthur Schaller: Selected Works
On display in the main staircase through May

Arthur Schaller Selected WorksThe TW Wood Gallery is pleased to present Arthur Schaller Selected Works. This exhibition consists of a compilation of collages, paintings, and mixed media work. Born 1945 in East Chicago, Schaller grew up with the contrast of gritty steel mills and oil refineries and the natural beauty of the dune lands of Lake Michigan. After studying architecture and art and working for architectural firms, Schaller embarked on a fifty-year teaching career. Before moving to Vermont, he spent summers teaching at Yestermorrow Design/Build School in Warren. A bricoleur at heart, he has recently returned to painting and mixed media works. He lives in Northfield, Vermont.

View the full exhibit at the T.W. Wood Nuquist Gallery.