“Hearts in Nature” exhibit returns for another year
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“You’re a Peach” by Nicki Steel.
“You’re a Peach” by Nicki Steel.
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WILMINGTON- Bartleby’s Books is hosting its annual exhibit of Nicki Steel photography for the month of February. Beginning February 1, Steel with be showing her popular “Hearts in Nature” series of photos, as well as new material from 2016. Steel describes this past year as her “year of the birds.” She spent seven weeks in Marlboro photographing 13 great blue herons as they grew from newly hatched chicks to fledglings. She also spent time taking pictures of nesting loons on Lake Raponda, as well as bluebirds, hummingbirds, indigo buntings, and new landscapes.

Also included in the show will be Steel’s popular “Hearts in Nature” series of work, a collection of heart-themed photographs that is continually growing. As the artist explains, “Hearts in Nature” notecards, photo collages, matted and framed pieces, and mini-mats are always bestsellers.

Fans of Steel’s work will have an opportunity to meet her at Bartleby’s during that weekend’s Apres-Ski After Three program organized by Wilmington Works. Come to chat and share light refreshments at the store’s artist’s reception on Saturday, February 11, from 4 to 5 pm.

Bartleby’s Books is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm and is located at 17 West Main Street. Contact the store with any questions at (802) 464-5425 or visit www.myvermontbookstore.com.
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