A collection of places where art inspires and lives in each of us. Whether wandering a gallery or sitting on your front porch, art is there if you look closely. Let this inspire you to look a little longer at the beauty and awe in the everyday-ness of life.
October 26, 2011
Art in some of my favorite places:
Last chance to show your support!
Come in to get your raffle tickets and support the show through Sunday Oct. 30th
3rd Annual Women's Exhibit & Benefit
featuring 19 local female artists with partial proceeds benefit the Deary Fund
Also featuring our Annual Raffle
handcrafted gifts donated by local artisansJewelry, glass, fine art, mosaic, and more
Ticket Prices: 1/$2, 3/$5, 8/$10, 20/$20
100% proceeds to benefit the Deary Fund
On Display October 5 - October 30, 2011
Silver Circle Gallery is located at 75 Main Street in Downtown Putnam, CT. Since 2008, Silver Circle has been a fresh, contemporary space where local and regional visual artists convene to show and sell their work, educate others, and inspire one another and the community.
Mon-Sat 11 to 6 | Thu 11 to 8 | Sun 1 to 5 | Dec 24 11 to 2
Celebrating 43 years of fine contemporary crafts, Creative Arts Workshop is holding its annual Celebration of American Crafts from October 29 through December 24. The sale features a spectacular array of fine ceramics, decorative and wearable fiber, wood furnishings, blown glass, hand crafted jewelry, whimsical toys, and so much more by over 300 artists from across the country.
Whether you're starting your holiday shopping or adding to your personal collection, the Celebration has items to fit every style and budget. All purchases from the Celebration directly support the artists and CAW's community programming, including community outreach programs and scholarships.
The Celebration is generously sponsored by: Updike, Kelly & Spellacy, P.C.; Arlene & Cheryl Szczarba, Realtors at Seabury Hill Realtors; First Niagara; Connecticut Commission on Culture & Tourism; New Haven Register (Media Sponsor)
Bosnian weavers living in Hartford will display their handwoven carpets in an exhibit highlighting their exquisite skills and their work in ICR's Sewing Circle Project. A special memorial quilt from Bosnia will also be on view, loaned by the social justice organization Advocacy Net. The opening event will include weaving demonstrations as well as Bosnian music and food.
City-Wide Open Studios at the Alternative Space
Saturday and Sunday, October 29 and 30, noon-5pm
Think you’ve seen it all? Join us for the FINAL weekend of City-Wide Open Studios at the Alternative Space, 195-212 College Street (Saturday and Sunday) and at 300 George St. (Saturday only) in New Haven. Our artists have turned an empty building into a fantastic, wild gallery space for performances and site-specific art. A not-to-be-missed end to a really fantastic month.