|"After Shock" by Anita Gangi Balkun|
Ridgefield Guild of Artists & Ridgefield Library, Ridgefield, CT
May 12 to June 9, 2019:
Putnam Arts Council & Mahopac Public Library, Mahopac, NY
June 15 to July 28, 2019:
Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT
Sept. 19 to Oct. 19, 2019:
Five Points Gallery, Torrington, CT
|Jill Vaughn · Pacific Garbage Patch II · Oil Paint, Pencil, Paper Collage, Mesh Bag|
Art Reception - April 26th Friday evening 6pm - 9pm
74 Union Place, Hartford, CT (across from the train station)
Hope you can come by for a street side art reception to kick off the first show of the "Inside Out Project: Hartford".
Union Place Realty LLC and EBK Gallery have come together to offer art to own and space to lease. For this first display, on view will be selected artwork available from artists who are Hartford connected either living, working or maintaining studios in Hartford.
Check out this link to the Courant article by Susan Dunn about the project. (click)
The reception will be April 26th Friday evening from 6-9pm
Light refreshments and such.
Parking: On Street (always a thrill to spot that empty space). And there's plenty of space in the private lots, so there's that.
(860) 693-6689 www.theundergroundgallery.org
on Saturday 4/27 from 10-6
We will have
25+ amazing curated local vendors
Iron & Grain yummy food truck
Bar Rated Trivia
THE BEST VINTAGE IN CONNECTICUT!!!.
Be there or be square on
Saturday April 27 10-5!!
Tons of new products.
We can't WAIT!
|Tracy Collamore, "Everything Arranged"|
|by Brad Sheriden|
Begging Bowls and Offering Bowls works by Ann Grassoon view through May 5, 2019The exhibition was inspired by a trip to Vienna. While walking through the city and studying its architecture, Grasso noticed that gold was used abundantly on buildings and in artwork. Juxtaposed with these cultural symbols of wealth were street beggars (dressed as monks), who quietly and anonymously asked for money. Reflecting on that day, Grasso was struck by the contrasts and similarities of both the beggars and those who gave to them. Grasso’s second inspiration for the work came as she had the privilege of slowing down to care for a parent. This experience gave her the time to offer help and also research patterns of living.
Clare Gallery is located in the Franciscan Center for Urban Ministry at 285 Church Street, Hartford, CT. 860-756-4034.The Clare Gallery's hours:8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Fridays9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturdays9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Sundays
Gallery on the Green Canton
MAXWELL SHEPHERD MEMORIAL INVITATIONAL EXHIBITIONFollowing The Motif
Paintings and Drawings By Margaret Grimes and Ruth Miller
|Margaret Grimes, Dawn, Old Evergreens, Baldwin Hill, 2015|
Canton Artists Guild
P.O. Box 281
Canton, Connecticut 06019
|Best of Show Award: Douglas Deveny, Monumental, Mixed Media|
9 Water Street
Mystic, CT 06355