Collages and prints by Vermont artists at Rustic Roots

A new mixed-media show opens at Rustic Roots in Shelburne village with a reception July 18 featuring the artists behind “When I Was Older” on view through July 29.

The exhibition is a lively combination of the two artists’ styles, often using vintage imagery juxtaposed over paintings.

One artist is Nina Dubois, a feminist and graduate of Goddard College who teaches at a therapeutic high school in Poultney, Vt. Dubois combines different mediums, subject matters, and techniques working in assemblage, flash poetry, painting, and collage.

Art2D2 Industries is the work of painter and printmaker Jason Galligan-Baldwin, originally from Durham, N.C., currently from Montpelier and an associate professor of art and studio arts coordinator at Norwich University. He has won many awards and his work is in the permanent collections of the University of Southern Indiana, the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, and the Meridian Museum of Art.

The reception Wednesday is from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

All of the artworks and some additional items are available for sale. Rustic Roots is open for breakfast and lunch weekdays and dinner on Fridays and Saturdays. A rotating display of Vermont art changes every two months. More information online at, or call 985-9511.

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