May 28, 2013

Jumpin' into June

"Sanctuary" :  Last few days at 100 Pearl St. Gallery
I've had a busy week of gallery talks and documentary video-taping.  This has been an amazing experience!

After hours gallery talk enriches the viewer's understanding of the exhibit.

Yes, you can touch the art!


A surprise visit from Mercy and her family.











Reception for the Artists,
Saturday, June 1, 4 - 7 p.m.



30 Elm Street
West Haven, Connecticut


by chance or by appointment,
phone 203-500-0268











"Color Out of the Blue" 
Paintings by Kristina Zallinger 

New Haven Free Public Library Gallery (lower level) 
133 Elm Street, New Haven, CT 06510 

Artists' Reception: Saturday June 1st, 2 to 4 PM

Artists' Reception: Saturday June 1st, 2 to 4 PM. 
Exhibition:May 30 - July 2, 2013 
Gallery Hours:  Monday - Thursday 10 AM - 8 PM;  Friday and Saturday 10 AM to 5 PM. 
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Art Gallery Director: Johnes Ruta    (203) 387-4933     azothgallery@comcast.net   http://AzothGallery.com/








You're Invited! 



A Concert to Honor Ann P. Lehman in her 85th Year
Featuring The Foggy Mountain Consort, led by Peter Lehman
Saturday, June 1, 5:00 - 7:30 pm
Tickets: $50, $85, $170 

Please join us on Saturday, June 1, at 5 pm for a concert to honor the 85th birthday of Ann P. Lehman, CAW founding member and Sculpture Department Head. The concert features The Foggy Mountain Consort, led by Ann's son Peter Lehman. The music starts at 5:30; a closing reception will follow.

Call the Workshop at 203.562.4927 to order your tickets today! All proceeds benefit CAW.

The Foggy Mountain Consort is a group dedicated to performing music from a wide historical range. Starting with instrumental music and songs from as early as 1600, they begin with the rich literature composed for the lute and voice. Their musical selections range from ballads of the British Isles to American bluegrass.

Performers: Peter Lehman, Anne Goodwin, Art Schatz, Doug Freundlich and Gabe Hirsfeld.
Creative Arts Workshop



 
Creative Arts Workshop  |  80 Audubon Street  |  New Haven, Connecticut 06510
203.562.4927  |  www.creativeartsworkshop.org












‘Whistle Stop – The Art of Trains by Robert Hauschild’

(New London, CT)—Studio 33 Art and Frame Gallery is pleased to host, ‘Whistle Stop – The Art of Trains by Robert Hauschild.’ Hauschild, a late resident of New London was the cover artist of Locomotive Quarterly, an international train magazine for eight years. On display will be the watercolor originals of the Locomotive Quarterly covers, a varied collection of locomotive engines and trains from all over the country, as well as a large collection of train prints, magnets, and t-shirts for sale.

A June art show will be held at Studio 33 which will run from June 1st until the 29th. An Opening Reception is planned for Saturday, June 1st, from 5-7 pm. All are welcome to attend.












Real Art Ways presents

BOOK RELEASE PARTY:Patricia Rosoff
Saturday, June 1 | 6 PM

Longtime art reviewer Patricia Rosoff is celebrating the release of her book, Innocent Eye, with a party at Real Art Ways! The work of innovative artists, including many who exhibited locally, are represented in this collection of Rosoff's reviews. We invite you to join in the reflection and celebration!
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GardensAround the West End


self-guided walking tour of 12 featured neighborhood gardens & 3 community gardens  
Saturday, June 1, 2013; 10 am to 4 pm
 

Tour maps at Central Supermarket, 500 Farmington Ave, Htfd, CT  from 9 am day of tour
Sponsored by WECA, the neighborhood civic association
 
Join us for GardensAround the West End, sponsored by the West End Civic Association (WECA), on Saturday, June 1, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Heavy rain postpones to Sunday, June 2nd.) 

This self-guided tour, showcasing 12 gardens in the historic West End neighborhood, offers an opportunity to view gardens of all different types, talk with the gardeners who lovingly tend these gardens, and watch artists as they capture the beauty of the gardens en plein air - in the open air.  From the Mayor's landscaped yards with Anne Cubberly sculptures to three community gardens, this tour comprises an inclusive, eclectic mix of aesthetic styles, with painters, several talented musicians, and poets along the route! Shuttle-bus transport will be available all day long, as well as three gourmet food trucks
WECA will be accepting voluntary donations for the tour, suggested $20 per person, though any amount will be gratefully received.   Proceeds will support beautification and gardening projects in the West End. Tour maps for GardensAround the West End will be available at Central Supermarket, 500 Farmington Avenue, starting at 9 a.m. the day of the tour.
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The West End Civic Association (WECA) is a non-profit neighborhood organization founded more than thirty years ago to strengthen community and promote the welfare and best interests of the West End and the City of Hartford. WECA seeks to involve all community residents in the events it sponsors and invites you to join us for this first garden tour.
For info: contact Lelaneia Dubay at ljd12@ymail.com or JoAnne Bauer at 860.233.7852
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City Gallery, 994 State St., New Haven, CT 06511.  Thurs.-Sunday 12-4pm.  Also by appointment.  Free.  www.city-gallery.org. 203-782-2489.  “Water’s Edge”. Susan Newbold, June 6th- June 29th, 2013.  Reception, Sunday, June 9th, 2-5 pm.  For further information contact: info@city-gallery.org.