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First Middlebury Arts Walk of 2014, May 9

May 9 (and continues) at the Henry Sheldon Museum, 1 Park St.: Special exhibit “Lost Gardens of New England” with wood carvings by Norton Latourelle. (Photo courtesy of the Sheldon Museum)

May 9 (and continues) at the Henry Sheldon Museum, 1 Park St.: Special exhibit “Lost Gardens of New England” with wood carvings by Norton Latourelle. (Photo courtesy of the Sheldon Museum)

— The 2014 Middlebury Arts Walk season opens Friday, May 9, with the 25-plus locations throughout Middlebury featuring a wonderful variety of the visual and performing arts.

Middlebury Arts Walk is a free event (for artists, venues, and attendees) and is held the second Friday of the month from 5 to 7 p.m. In many cases the art is on display all month long, not just that evening.

Featured exhibits:

Edgewater Gallery, 1 Mill St. features “Let it Be” new barn and landscape paintings by Vermont artist Kathryn Milillo. Also Edgewater celebrates the opening of their new Home and Lifestyle Boutique. The Addison String Quartet will perform.

Also at 1 Mill, the Middlebury Studio School invites patrons to try their hand at clay and paint.

PhotoPlace Gallery at 3 Park St., introduces a new exhibit juried by Middlebury native Emma Powell entitled “Things with Wings”. Photographs range from birds to butterflies to planes and angels, including a remarkable photograph by local artist Jack Goodman.

Also at 3 Park St., Otter Creek Framing exhibits Ross Sheehan wide array of landscapes executed in different styles and mediums. This includes two new paintings that were recently on view at the Vermont State House.

Middlebury Arts Walk welcomes back Vermont’s Own Products with an exhibit by Vergennes native Dustin Datillio.

Look for the pink boot throughout Middlebury and find the surprise SunCommon Pop-up Gallery.

The Middlebury Arts Walk: Where to go and What to See

•Town Hall Theater, Jackson Gallery, Merchants Row at South Street: “The Pane in Empty Rooms” – photography by Brett Simison.

•Otter Creek Used Books, 99 Maple S.: Celebration of words with artist Nancy Scarcello

•Round Robin, 211 Maple St.: Caricaturist Matt Hall

•American Flatbread, 137 Maple St.: Work from Middlebury Studio School students of Kathy Hall’s and Mary Lower’s on display.

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