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“Gillian Jagger: Reveal” 

An unusual exhibit of sculptural work fills the John Davis Gallery. Artist Gillian Jagger displays her new sculpture, Reveal, a 15-foot piece of a tree cut into five vertical segments within three floors of a 19th-century historic horse carriage elevator. With the sculpture’s large shape and size, visitors can view the sculpture from above, below, and from the side. The show also includes a three-dimensional horse eye and enlarged horsehair swirls. September 15 through October 9. John Davis Gallery, Hudson. (518) 828-5907; www.johndavisgallery.com.
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