May 3, 2013

Jumping into May


See 'Legalized' (Miles and Nick) perform here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StSWug-37L8&feature=youtu.be










Reynolds Fine Art
is pleased to present
  
Horizons: New Work by 
Robert Reynolds  




Opening Reception: Friday,May 3, 5-8pm


Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present new work by gallery owner and namesake, Robert Reynolds. 
Stemming from numerous visits to the Netherlands, Reynolds new body of oil paintings and monoprints boasts vivid Dutch landscapes as its subject. The unique, tabletop flatness of this region sparked the artist's curiosity when he noticed a recurring, and often over looked, feature that was unavoidable in each vista: the horizon. Thus, Reynolds was prompted to investigate the idea of the horizon in history and how we experience it everyday, whether we realize it or not. Questions such as if this line acts as a joiner or a divider between heaven and earth motivated the artist and come through each work to evoke feelings of longing and wonder in the viewer. These works challenge the mundane concept of a horizon line to become a desire to know the unknowable and mystery of the distance.


   
This opening event will coincide with On9a collaborative open-house evening the first Friday of every month in a neighborhood famous for innovative art, food, music and experiences, New Haven's Historic 9th Square. 
  



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











 City Gallery at 994 State Street

New Haven, CT 06511
203-782-2489

Birds Watching
an exhibit of drawings by Paulette Rosen
May 2 - June 2, 2013
Opening reception Saturday, May 4, 4-6 pm
Artist talk and demonstration, Sunday, June 2, 2pm
Free

Gallery hours:
Thurs. - Sun. 12 - 4 and by appointment

Paulette Rosen’s new multimedia drawings on archival pigment prints are an original technique beginning with digital scans of taxidermied birds. The images are an exploration of individual birds through large scale portraiture.

We invite you to view this free exhibit. For more information, questions or interviews, Paulette Rosen can be contacted through City Gallery at 203-782-2489 or at info@city-gallery.org





Silver Circle Gallery presents:

Don't Miss tonight's
POP-UP EXHIBIT
 
Book Release
Book Signing
Book Sale
Print Sale
 
"Did You Know?"
Written by Deb Davis
Illustrated by Jean-Paul Jacquet
 
Join us at the Reception First Friday May 3rd, 6-8pm
 
  
 About the Author:
  
Deb Davis was born and raised in MA. Her neighborhood was full of children with whom she played games, sponsored fund-raising circuses and plays, and from whom she learned a lot about life in other families. It was also in these years that she developed a love for reading and for the imaginative lands to which books took her. Lewis, Tolkien, and Grahame are a few of her favorite authors.











Cynthia Robinson who graduated from Miss Porter's School in 1981 is exhibiting her work in the Gilbert Gallery in Main dining hall for the month of May. Her website ishttp://www.ecoartalacarte.com/cynthia.html This spring, Cynthia was a resident artist at Porter's from April 15 to 19; she led students in creating several sculptures that were inspired by the Farmington River and by her mindfulness in regard to the environment. And she continued to invent her own constructions some of which are included in the current exhibition.














THE ESSENCE OF INTENTION 
Mindfulness, Elegance, and
Energy in Tai Chi Chuan

David Fryburg 
an exhibit of photographs

April 27 - May 25, 2013
Hours: Wednesday through Friday 1:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. or by appointment.


If you have any questions regarding our Center or wish to set up an appointment to come in and visit us, please feel free to contact us by:
or e-mail Nadesha Mijoba at nmijoba@provenancecenter.com
or by calling us at 860-405-5887
We are located at:
165 State StreetSuite 101 and 102New London, CT 06320







artucation
Artwell Gallery's Annual Student-Teacher Exhibition
APRIL 27 - MAY 12





Since Artwell’s inception in 1995, students and teachers have been invited to show work in our gallery.
Artucation has become an Artwell tradition, showcasing work by art students and their teachers in the region. Students from elementary school to college have been well represented in the past, and this year’s show promises to be the best ever!
Free and open to the the public. Donations accepted.
ARTWELL GALLERY
45 MAIN STREET TORRINGTON
PHONE: 860-482-5122 EMAIL: artwell@sbcglobal.net
Gallery Hours :: Tuesday-Saturday 11am-6pm, Sunday Noon-5pm
or by appointment











Can't come by tonight?  Join us for Open Studio Saturday, May 3rd, 10-4
20 studios open to the public for browsing and purchasing artwork 
Come by studio 6B to see me!