2014 exhibits at the Bennington Center for the Arts
Small Works Show
May 10 through December 21
Fine art works 11 x 14 and smaller. Artwork is representational but not limited to a theme. Figurative, landscapes, cityscapes, wildlife and still-lifes by nationally recognized artists make up the show. Oil Painters of America National Exhibition
June 7 through July 27
We are honored to host the annual national members exhibition for this highly-respected group. Opening events will take place the weekend of June 7.
Art of the Animal Kingdom XIX
June 14 through August 24
One of the country’s most prestigious wildlife exhibitions opens on June 14 and will run through late August. This year’s Special Guest Artist is Rosetta. Over 65 pieces will be included in this impressive exhibition and all work will be for sale.
Portraying the Human Spirit
August 2 through December 21
Works that depict the soul, whether it be through a formal portrait or simply through an elegant gesture, will be the focus of our newest juried show.
Impressions of New England
August 2 through September 14
This annual exhibition will include over 60 scenes captured in paint and bronze. Seashores, rolling hills, foliage and New England wildlife will be depicted in fine works of art.
Laumeister Fine Art Competition
August 30 through December 21
Representational artwork selected by a guest juror will be on exhibit this fall. $7,000 in awards will be given.
The Heroism of Modern Life
September 20 - November 30
Max Ginsberg and Garin Baker have invited a small group of select artists to participate in this important exhibition. The goal of the show is to showcase artists whose work interprets the beauty and heroism that is found in contemporary, everyday life.
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