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An Oaxacan woodcarving at Gallery in the Woods.

Spring show includes: Edward A. Kingsbury III: Pen and Ink: Self contained abstract forms from a finepoint filigree with a zen-like sense of organic movement: just beyond the rational. Self-Taught. On exhibit through June 30. Tribal Art Collected from the Studios of Mexico's Internationally Collected Master Crafts Men and Women. Huichol Sacred Yarn Paintings from Nayarit: "These fleeting visions are of the Huichol world as it came into creation in a mystical natural environment that has no boundaries between the present and the ancestral past. Triggered by the use of the sacred peyote cactus, which inspires shaman-artists .to paint in yarn" Peter Furst, curator, University of Pennsylvania Museum. And Alebrijes: Fantastical one of a kind carved and intricately painted animals from the studios Zapotec artists of the Oaxaca Valley. Gallery in the Woods. 145 Main St, Brattleboro. Reception for the artist 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, with the Moondogs original tunes.