The Courtyard Gallery is proud to celebrate 10 years of bringing you
the finest is original contemporary paintings and sculpture!
We hope you'll join us for the opening reception on Saturday March 22, from 6-9PM.
See the latest work from over 30 acclaimed painters and sculptors,
meet some of the artists and enjoy the keyboard wizardry of the one and only
Maestro Mark Taber on the baby grande. We'll have plenty of libations, as always!
If you can't make the opening, remember to stop by at one of our Sunday Salons, each week from 3-6PM.
We're open Thursday and Friday from 11-5 and Saturday and Sunday from 11-7, and always by appointment or chance.
|'Door' by Katie Samuelson|
UPCOMING Artist's Talk:
“Voyaging: Motivations, Transitions and Transformations
Saturday, March 22nd, 2:30-3:30 PM
The Art Talk at The Golden Thread Gallery is a special event held during each of our exhibits. We invite an artist to share their unique perspective on their artistic process and connect it to our theme. All are welcome to attend, event lasts one hour and light refreshments are served.
Cost is $10Non-members: $10 Basic & Gold Tile Members: $5 (half off admission) All other Membership levels FREE
New Art at Gallery 1915 March 2014
Come visit us for local color--we have fabulous new finds and artwork to show you:
We’ve just hung a suite of new prints from Judy Friday’s portfolio of work published as “A Year at Tiffany Farm.” This photographic journey through the seasons on one of the few remaining small New England dairy farms is a local classic; Tiffany Farms, in Lyme, CT, has been in one family for six generations. Judy’s love of animals led her to paint and sculpt the cows there; that led on to wanting to get a good record of everything on the farm from spring to winter. Judy is also currently accepting commissions for dog and pet portraits; call the gallery or stop in for a free consult.
We have a new set of six small abstract paintings by Fred Trinkaus of Chester. These tiny, brilliant works have evocative titles including “Crime Fiction” and “Watching Ruby Dream.” And we are pleased to also add to our gallery Will Holub, currently of Mystic, three of whose glowing, layered and subtle abstract white and red works are on display.
(203) 624-8055 phone, firstname.lastname@example.org email.
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