Burlington City Arts has two solo exhibits, Meg Lipke: In the Making and Pivotal Moments: Select Works by Diane Gabriel on view through May 15. In the Making features the work of Meg Lipke, who seeks to challenge conventional notions of painting through her unique compositions. Lipke draws on twentieth-century modernism, past craft traditions and memories of her mother and grandmother's creative practices to create soft paintings and totemic sculptures of canvas and cloth. She works with her chosen materials to create forms that resemble long, disembodied limbs, pushing the limits of contemporary abstraction. Pivotal Moments: Select Works by Diane Gabriel highlights the late artist, one of Vermont's most celebrated creatives and educators. Gabriel's art is characterized by her use of found, refashioned and natural materials and frequent themes of memory, childhood and spirituality. Pivotal Moments contains 20 artworks in media including drawing, collage, photography, printmaking and mixed media sculpture. These pieces span over three decades, showcasing Gabriel's creative practice and highlighting her work's universality. In the Making and Pivotal Moments show the technical skill and creativity of two experienced artists and explore what makes their work excellent and memorable. Burling City Arts is located at 135 Church Street in Burlington, Vermont and is open WednesdaySaturday 12:005:00 p.m. For more information, visit burlingtoncityarts.org/exhibitions.