February 2022 Exhibitions at Montpelier Arts Center

By Editorial Team on January 31, 2022

Mon, 31 January 2022 - Sun, 20 March 2022

Fist of Freedom by André Chung.

Black History Month: Black Is…
January 31 – February 28, 2022
Main Gallery
Public Reception and Artist Talk: Saturday, February 19, 2022, 3-5 PM
This is a FREE ticketed event. https://bit.ly/3FnGMMD
Black Is … is a photo exhibition that shines light on the Black experience.
It includes works of four renowned photographers Cheriss May, Dee Dwyer, Tone Mobley and André Chung. This collection exudes power with its compelling visual storytelling of what it means to be unapologetically Black.
Due to COVID-19 conditions, exhibition is subject to virtual presentation and/or date change.

Untitled by Barry Goldstein

Barry Goldstein: A Slice of Life
January 31 – March 20, 2022
Resident Artist Gallery
Inspired by a trip to Israel, A Slice of Life is part of a larger body of work that explores life from the perspective of Barry Goldstein’s Jewish identity. The paintings are juxtaposed moments of time that are set side by side in contrast and in support of one another. Each work zooms in for an intimate portrayal of people, setting, or circumstance; each with its own “slice of life.”
Due to COVID-19 conditions, exhibition is subject to virtual presentation and/or date change.

Baltimore by Andrea Evans.

Andrea Evans: Flora
January 31 – March 13, 2022
Library Gallery
Flora is an exhibition featuring a series of drawings that explore the complex relationship between the human world & nature. Andrea Evans foraged for plant life from specific locations and formulated it into inks, charcoal, and other drawing media, that is then used to depict the very sites of their origin. From her desire to understand the real impact of the human world on nature, Evans’ work show the interwoven histories of humans and nature that shape the contemporary world.
Due to COVID-19 conditions, exhibition is subject to virtual presentation and/or date change