When: May 8-17 2015
By definition ‘semblance’ means outward appearance. For this exhibition, that specifically means people, but these aren’t typical portraits. The ‘call to artists’ demanded “the whole of a person caught within a single frame; portraits can be reactive, didactic, contemplative and illusive.” And these are. Juror David J. Carol selected portraits that are not only interesting, but also have a clear point of view that reflects the subject or the photographer. Photographer Edward L. Rubin, will give a 6 p.m. talk during the reception and sign copies of his new book, “Vermont - An Outsider’s Inside View.” Limited copies are available on site.