SVAC’s Winter Exhibits Feature Surreal Sculptures and More

SVAC’s Winter Exhibits Feature Surreal Sculptures and More

SVAC’s Winter Exhibits Feature Surreal Sculptures and More

A detail from Gyula Varosy’s ‘Looking Glass Tales & Echoes’ one of the works featured at SVAC’s Winter Exhibition.

A detail from Gyula Varosy’s ‘Looking Glass Tales & Echoes’ one of the works featured at SVAC’s Winter Exhibition.

The Southern Vermont Arts Center begins the 2014 season with its 22nd annual Winter Members Exhibition and solo exhibits by Robert Moylan, Elizabeth Nagle and Gyula Varosy. The Winter Members Exhibition will offer a diverse display of original paintings, sculpture, photography and mixed media pieces by SVAC’s artist members.  Moylan, Nagle and Varosy represent a range of style and media.  Varosy’s sculptures of wood, bronze and steel combine human shapes with other objects to present surreal imagery. Elizabeth Nagle’s drawings and collage on canvas, paper and wood create windows into other places. Moylan paints bright panoramic landscapes that celebrate eastern New York. A free public reception will take place on Saturday, January 11, from 2 to 4 p.m., in Yester House.  SVAC is located on West Road in Manchester. Yester House is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 to 5 and Sundays from noon to 5 and is free of charge. For further information call 802-362-1405 or visit svac.org.

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