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20-30 / 2D-3D gallery opening represents 20-30 year old Vt. artists

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Photo courtesy of Chandler Gallery
"Hermit Crab", by Barre artist Corrina Thurston, is one of many works featured at Chandler Gallery's 20-30 / 2D-3D exhibit, opening Jan. 20.

Chandler Gallery celebrates the work of 20-30 year-old artists in the Vermont community with a new exhibit opening Sunday, Jan. 20 from 4 - 6 p.m.
The juried show, entitled 20-30 / 2D-3D, features work in a variety of media that showcases the diversity and perspective of innovative young artists throughout the state. Exhibiting artists include Mayellen Matson, Strafford; Christopher Kerr-Ayer, Bethel, Mary Blake, Plainfield; Abel Fillion, Tunbridge; Corrina Thurston, Barre; Kara Pivarski and James Secor, Montpelier; Michelle Jacobs, Barnard; Ben Peberdy, White River Junction; Scott Welch, Norwich; Christina Orcutt, Woodstock; Matthew Ramada, Essex Junction; Tara Goreau, Burlington; Lindsey Vladyka, Northfield; and Eliza Hunter, Troy, NY and Brookfield.
James Sturm and Rachel Gross served as jurors for the exhibit. Sturm is a cartoonist and the co-founder of The Center for Cartoon Studies, a two-year MFA program in White River Junction. Rachel Gross is an artist and printmaker living in White River Junction.
20-30 / 2D-3D runs through March 13. Regular Gallery hours for this exhibit are Fridays from 3 - 5 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays from 12 - 2 p.m., or by appointment, 802-728-9878.
The reception is free and open to the public, although donations to support the Gallery's work are gratefully accepted. Light refreshments and a cash bar will be offered. The Chandler Film Society's winter/spring season opens that evening with a showing of Ingmar Bergman's "Smiles of a Summer Night". Hospitality begins at 6:15 and the opening lecture by curator Rick Winston is at 7 p.m.