May 28, 2012

Other on-going goodies


Music line-up:

Blues in West Hartford, thurs. evening 5/31, Blue Back Square (by Cheesecake Factory) 7-9 pm.



Donna Martin
Herland Music Festival
Sunday June 3rd
Old Town Hall, 221 East Street, Stafford Springs CT
Come celebrate women in music.
Stroll through the vendors and enjoy the days musical line up.

Noon         Welcome
12:30pm    Lara Herscovitch
1:00pm      Suzanne McNeil
1:30pm      Ada Pasternak
2:00pm      Sarah Blacker
2:30pm      Donna Martin
3:00pm      Carolyn Waters
3:30pm      Michelle Lewis
4:00pm      Patti DeRosa
4:30 pm     Tara Greenblatt
5:00pm      Kristen Graves





Chaparro's "Beatnik-Entertainment Jazz Series,"
which brightens up the Capital City's summer fare: Sinan Bakir Trio, June 9;Freedom Day Quintet Tribute to Nancy Wilson, June 16; Margaux Hayes Tribute to Nina Simone, June 23; Josh Evans Quartet, July 7; Zaccai Curtis Duo, July 14; Nicki Mathis's Afrikan Amerikan Quartet, Aug. 11; Haneef Nelson Quartet, Aug. 25.
* Performances at 8 p.m. at Royal Masala Restaurant and Bar, 391 Main St., Hartford. Cover charge: $10.

Exhibits:

Silver Circle Gallery Presents:
NEW EXHIBIT
NO RULES: A COLLABORATIVE SHOW WITH WORKS BY JEAN-PAUL JACQUET AND BUD COOK


The Silver Circle Gallery is proud to announce the upcoming exhibit No Rules: A Collaborative Show with Works by Jean-Paul Jacquet and Bud Cook. Both talented painters in their own right, JP and Bud have combined creative forces and pushed the envelope in a show that conceptually redefines the individual creative process through artistic collaboration.



The concept was simple: each artist would generate a painting based on musical inspiration that would be handed to the other to freely interpret and develop over the existing painting. Both JP and Bud knew from the beginning that the idea of letting another alter personal work would present many challenges. They so agreed that the only rule from the beginning was that there were no rules. As the project evolved, so did the process and theme.  As new pieces were started, the theme widened to be based on a 'moment of inspiration', rather than being confined to only music - so literature, photography, films or real-life experiences served as the muse. A conversation developed between the artists as they shared their own experiences, and as more pieces were handed back and forth so began a defined and unique creative process for each piece or series of pieces.


On diplay May 23-July 1
First Friday Opening June 1, 6-8PM
Gallery Talk Friday June 15, 8PM

 all works sold by auction format










HUGH O'DONNELL








New Work

May 26 - June 24, 2012

Opening Reception: Saturday, May 26, 5-7 PM


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Morrison Gallery  
8 Old Barn Road . Kent, Connecticut
860.927.4501