February 5, 2013

Fab First Week Feb.




Artist talk this Friday:





Currently in the Gilbert Gallery in Main Dining Hall through the month of February, 2013
are paintings by Brie McDonald.


Brie has an MFA from Western Connecticut State University (2010) and a BFA from Central Connecticut State University.

Awards include a Sudexo Scholarship and an Award of Excellence, BA exhibition. Her work has been included in shows at the Silo Gallery in New Milford, the Artwell Gallery in Torrington, the Blue Mountain Gallery in New York City, the Farmington and Plainville libraries, and the Samuel S. T. Chen Gallery at Central CT State University. She is currently teaching art at Northwest Catholic School.

Her wesbite is www.briemcdonald.com








Jonathan Waters will be exhibiting two new works at A-Space from Feb 1 - 23 2013
by chance or by appt 203-500-0268
courtesy of Fred Giampietro and A-Space Gallery at West Cove

                          30 Elm Street, West Haven, Connecticut







The Behnke Doherty Gallery Announces its
Fourth Annual Invitational Group Exhibition
February 1st through March 31st 2013
The Behnke Doherty Gallery is pleased to announce its Fourth Annual Invitational Group Show, which will run from Friday February 1st through Sunday March 31st.   This year, the exhibit will present the works of twelve diverse artists, spanning paintings, works on paper, sculpture and ceramics.  The group includes a wonderful mix of artists including many represented by the gallery as well as several new to us.  
We are delighted to once again be featuring the oil paintings of Souby Boski, Michael Quadland and Matt Wood.  They will be joined by Margaret Grimes, who will be exhibiting her work in the gallery for the first time.  Works on paper will include drawings by Jack Dunbar, who will be joined by first time exhibitors Inga Britta Mills, Robert Andrew Parker, Alexander Purves and Frederick Wong.  Three-dimensional works will feature the ceramics of Elizabeth MacDonald and Uko Morita as well as the metal sculpture of Joe Wheaton. 




Reynolds Fine Art
is pleased to present
  
View of the Past: Anna Held Audette  

Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present Anna Held Audette in her first solo exhibition at the gallery.  This collection will showcase a selection of Audette's paintings, prints and drawings that came out of her illustrious career as an artist, writer, and teacher, spanning over fifty years.
In addition to Audette's paintings, Reynolds Fine Art will be showing a selection of works on paper by the artist. Where Audette's canvases tend to convey auras of resilience and power, despite their subjects declining condition, her prints and drawings possess the softer quality of a delicate, personal narrative. These works create an intimacy with the artist and reveal more of her internal conflicts; lighthearted and simple thoughts are juxtaposed with images that elicit a darker, more contorted, emotional response.

In 2008 Anna Held Audette was diagnosed with Fronto-Temporal Degeneration, an extremely rare form of Alzheimer's. Since her diagnosis, Audette's cognitive functions have declined, but with the assistance of a former student she has carried on with painting and drawing. 

96 Orange Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06510
Phone (203) 498-2200 
























Friday, February 8th 7:00-9:00 pm $10 per person
ARTWELL GALLERY
45 MAIN STREET TORRINGTON
PH: 860-482-5122 EMAIL: ARTWELL@SBCGLOBAL.NET





The Institute Library . 847 Chapel Street . New Haven, CT

Monday through Friday, 10:00 to 6:00Saturdays, 11:00 to 2:00







A very special fundraiser for Tao LaBossierethis Sat. Feb. 9that Artspace Hartford, 555 Asylum Ave.



  • Not to be missed exhibit will feature hundreds of artworks by more than one hundred local artists. $10+ donation at the door.

    Music by DJ Jon Eastman
    6:30 pm gong performance by The Conduit Center
    Wine presented by Two Guys and a Lotta Wine

Featuring artwork donation by my Art in Community and Text n Textile classes:
They LOVE to splatter!

Finished upcycled chair
For sale at "Art for the Open Heart"
all proceeds benefit Tao LaBossiere