Announcing, The Peace of Wild Things, a solo wildlife photography exhibit by Dara Carleton, for the month of November, at the Crowell Gallery, which can be found inside the Moore Free Library located at 23 West Street in Newfane, Vermont.
The exhibit comprises a collection of local wildlife photos taken in southern Vermont, western Massachusetts and southwestern New Hampshire. All photographs were taken within an hour of Brattleboro, VT.
Carleton stated, “I hope this is a brief distraction from what is going on in the world right now. Now is the time to try to see the beauty in the world and enjoy the peace of the wild things”.
**Due to pandemic restrictions there will be no reception for the exhibit, but there will be paper guides, with information and explanations, to take you through the exhibit. Dara will be there in-person on November 5th & 19th from 1-3 pm. Stop by and say hello! Up to 5 people are allowed in the gallery at one time.
Dara has a BA in art and has been involved with photography since the age of 10. She has had several solo exhibits and showings locally and has won awards for her wildlife photographs including being recognized by New Hampshire Audubon. Dara monitors several bald eagle nests annually and has volunteered for both NH and VT Audubon. Carleton moved to Vermont in 2012 to be with her husband, Tom. They live in a log cabin in Brookline Vermont, along with her camera, her kayak, and a visiting family of raccoons.