Category Archives: Exhibits

A Mind of Winter: Paintings, Drawings & Mixed Media Collage Exhibiting November 14th, 2019 through February 11th, 2020 Next Stage Arts Gallery, Putney, Vermont

Winter Orchard, 2019. Oil, Salvaged Aluminum and Stainless Steel Nails on Birch Panel


A    M I N D    O F    W I N T E R

P A I N T I N G S,   D R A W I N G S,    M I X E D  –  M E D I A    C O L L A G E 

N E X T   S T A G E   A R T S 

1 5   K I M B A L L   H I L L   R O A D

P U T N E Y ,   V E R M O N T

N O V E M B E R    1 4    2 0 1 9   –   F E B R U A R Y   1 1      2 0 2 0

O P E N I N G    R E C E P T I O N    :     N O V E M B E R    1 7    2 0 1 9     2  –  4   P M


The Snow Man

One must have a mind of winter
To regard the frost and the boughs
Of the pine-trees crusted with snow;

And have been cold a long time
To behold the junipers shagged with ice,
The spruces rough in the distant glitter

Of the January sun; and not to think
Of any misery in the sound of the wind,
In the sound of a few leaves,

Which is the sound of the land
Full of the same wind
That is blowing in the same bare place

For the listener, who listens in the snow,
And, nothing himself, beholds
Nothing that is not there and the nothing that is.

Wallace Stevens

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New Work on Exhibit: Keystone Art in Rotation Program at the APX Building, Morristown, New Jersey. July 12, 2018 – July 30, 2019 * Exhibit Extended

New, large-scale work is currently on view in the main lobby of the APX Building, 412 Mt. Kemble Ave, Morristown, New Jersey. This exhibit, presented by the Keystone Art in Rotation program, will feature my work from July 12, 2018 through July 30, 2019* This show has been extended. End date is currently to-be-determined.  The APX Building is a corporate campus located 45 minutes from Manhattan, open Monday through Friday.

In a Dimly Lit Room (48″ x 36″, Oil and Graphite on Wood Panel) and Shadow Flowers (48″ x 26″, Oil and Graphite on Wood Panel) on exhibit at the APX Building, Morristown, NJ

Requiem (triptych) and Dusk (36″ x 36″, Oil and Graphite on Panel)

Rust & Rain (48″ x 36″), Blue Gust (24″ x 24″), Dust & Bone (24″ x 24″), Wind River II (24″ x 24″), all Oil and Graphite on Wood Panel

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‘Land Marks’ Through June 17th, 2017 at West Branch Gallery

L   A   N   D        M   A   R   K   S  

J  A  N  E  T     F  R  E  D  E  R  I  C  K  S      &      M  I  C  H  A  E  L  A     H  A  R  L  O  W

W E S T     B R A N C H     G A L L E R Y     &     S C U L P T U R E     P A R K

M A R C H    2 5    –     J U N E     1 7 ,     2 0 1 7

O P E N I N G     R E C E P T I O N:    M A R C H    2 5 th ,    2 0 1 7     6  –  8  P. M.

1 7      T O W N E      F A R M      L A N E

S T O W E ,    V E R M O N T

Two Vermont artists explore abstract landscapes on macro and micro scales in a variety of mediums, pushing references to the natural environment behind graphic mark-making.


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Three New Paintings Included in Upcoming, Juried Exhibit, “Flight: Explorations in Movement, Migration, and Freedom”

REQUIEM-FOR-SYRIA-4-Khaled-Akil-WEB-e1455917255494 Requiem for Syria #4 by Khaled Akil, Fine Art Paper Print, 75 cm x 90 cm

I am honored to share news that three of my pieces, including ‘Migration’, have been selected for inclusion in the upcoming, juried exhibit, “Flight: Explorations in Movement, Migration, and Freedom”, April 2 – June 26, 2016, at West Branch Gallery and Sculpture Park. The exhibit opens with a reception on April 2, from 8 – 8 p.m., and will include works by Syrian artist, local students and gallery artists.

Read more about this special show and the Syrian people it benefits, on the West Branch Gallery Blog, here.

Michaela Harlow, Migration, 2016, Oil and Graphite on 2 x 4 wood panel

‘Migration’, 2016, Michaela Harlow, Oil and Graphite on 24″ x 48″ Wood Panel

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