Courtesy of Chandler Center for the Arts
“Black, White and Read All Over” by Elizabeth Fram is part of “Salvage,” an exhibit opening at Chandler.
Saturday, Jan. 30 at 5 p.m. — RANDOLPH — Chandler Gallery is thrilled to announce the opening of “Salvage.” This thought-provoking group show features more than 20 Vermont artists working with found materials. From assemblage and collage to large-scale sculpture, artists mix mediums and blur the lines between art and daily life.
By definition, “Salvage” is a rescuing, a saving of things, and the work included achieves much more; it transforms, re-imagines and reassembles. From the past to the page, pedestals and the gallery, viewers will be taken beyond the banality of the decay to a place where remarkable beauty lays within discarded gems rescued from waste. The opening reception for “Salvage” is Jan. 30 from 5 to 7 p.m. The show runs through March 19.
“Salvage” includes works by Janet Van Fleet, Elizabeth Fram, Nina Dubois, George Murphy, Phil Godenschwager, and Meg Savage.
The Chandler Gallery is a year-round, non-profit art gallery operated primarily by volunteers. It is overseen by Chandler Center for the Arts and an active Gallery committee. The Gallery is located in the same building as historic Chandler Music Hall.
Chandler Center for the Arts is located at 71-73 Main Street, Randolph. For more info, visit chandler-arts.org.