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Rachel Laundon

When: March 5-April 17 2018

The Shape of Water now boasts a Best Picture win for 2018, so perhaps it’s safe to say: Fish are in. This Waterbury artist clearly thinks so — Laundon has been creating her whimsical painted fish sculptures for years. With “Wet, Wild and Wonderful” at the Northeast Kingdom Artisans Guild in St. Johnsbury, Laundon’s works add a splash of color to dreary March. Her series of helmets featuring wearable fish (and other water creatures) lets wearers indulge in aquatic fantasy. The series is named “Roly- Poly Fish Heads,” after Barnes & Barnes’ painfully catchy, charmingly disgusting “Fish Heads" song. Don’t know it? Please Google it right now.

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