Poultney, Vermont

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Poultney, Vermont is located on the Vermont - New York state border, in the Rutland-Killington region. It is home to Green Mountain College, a 4-year co-ed Liberal Arts College focusing on environmental issues.

Poultney boasts a high quality of life, with citizens embracing the old time values of honesty, integrity, mutual respect, and community spirit. There are many recreational opportunities throughout the town, making Poultney a popular tourist destination, and both the Village and East Poultney are listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

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Vermont Events in May

Art Show: Emergence; from the studio into the streets with LMNOPI (a retrospective) 5/1/21 - 5/31/21

Stone Valley Arts will be hosting the first solo retrospective from American muralist and printmaker Lopi LaRoe for the month of May, 2021. A special opening reception will be held on May 1. The exhibit will span just under 20 years of art making. The show follows her evolution from studio artist to street artist and the birth of LMNOPI, her street art persona. Interestingly, her evolution went from micro to macro, from miniature oil paintings to large scale murals. The show will include selections from her body of oil paintings, and then move into some early examples of her stencil paintings on paper, followed by large scale paintings on paper, including actual detritus from former public works and moving into more contemporary mural studies on board from her recent murals in Vermont. Additionally, LaRoe is including in the show examples of activist t-shirts she created for various movements as well as an entire portfolio of limited edition prints from 2019 titled “Uprising” Although the mediums have changed over time; her voice remains consistent through-out, exploring and documenting civil rights, economic justice and environmental movements. LaRoe relocated to the Green Mountains of Vermont in the fall of 2018 from Brooklyn where she lived for nearly two decades. She’s committed to making a home in Vermont & adding value to the community in every way she can. You can find her online at https://lmnopi.com/

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