June 19, 2014

JUNE 21, 4 to 8 pm

At 196 New London Turnpike, Glastonbury, CT , on June 21, 2014 Brooklyn

based artist Benjamin Lankton will be exhibiting new paintings completed during

2013-2014.  Lankton has exhibited in group shows in Brooklyn, NY,

Southampton, NY and Montecastello de Vibio, in Umbria, Italy.  He received

his BFA in Painting at Pratt Institute in 2012 and has also completed two

summer residencies at the International School of Art in Montecastello de

Vibio, Italy. 
oin us for fine art, music and refreshments.  Meet artist Ben Lankton,  who will be presenting his work.
Stop in on your way to the Strawberry Moon Festival !

Lizabeth K. Goldberg
Goldberg Design, LLC
Glastonbury, CT 06033

Cell 860.652.5376

EBK Gallery [small works]
218 Pearl St
Hartford, CT

Jon Eastman | Asemblages

on view: June 16 - June 21, 2014
closing reception  Saturday, June 21  6:00pm - 8:30pm 

(artwork shown by appointment during the week)

"Indecisive" 2013

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Saturday, June 21 | FREE!
Real Art Ways and Family Life Education are celebrating the reopening of George Day Park (at the intersection of Arbor and Orange Streets) with a neighborhood block party!

We're closing down Arbor Street and hosting a variety of free art and music workshops for kids from 1-4 PM, featuring past and present teachers from RAW's 24 years of Park Art classes in this very spot.

At 4 PM, we'll cap off the party with a performance by the internationally acclaimed Pedrito Martinez Group, featuring Ariacne Trujiullo

Save the date, tell your friends, and help us celebrate!

"Meet the Artist" series
Diana Sartor June 21st, 2-4pm

Join us on select Saturday afternoons
from 2:00-4:00pm

to meet a featured gallery artist, learn their creative process & get to know their unique story

Saturday June 21st: 
Diana, Mixed Media Artist
Diana lives and maintains a studio in the coastal community of Charlestown, RI. She is a mixed media artist whose environment has strongly influenced her work. Lush color, combined with sensuous line and form are hallmarks of her paintings. She often uses paint, inks, monotypes, and hand painted collage papers to complete a painting. Working intuitively Diana's work reflects an emotional response 
to nature's beauty.   
Silver Circle Art Center | 75 Main St. Putnam CT | 860.928.2900

Have you bought your tickets yet?

The fun starts at 6pm, June 20th.
Cocktails: 6 - 7 p.m. 
Hors d'oeuvres: Lisa Cole Inspired Catering
Live Auction: 7:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Bid on trips to Africa, Portugal, or Hilton Head!
Libations:  Onyx Spirits, Hotel California Tequila,
& Maximum Beverage
Dinner: 7:30 - 9 p.m.
Russell's Creative Global Cuisine 
A Little Something Bakery
Dancing: 9 - when your feet fall off!
 So don't forget your dancing shoes
Turning 80 has never been so much fun!
Interested in bidding?
Click HERE to view our Live Auction catalog.

Tickets can be purchased here 
using our secure PayPal account, 
or by calling the Art League office at (860) 231-8019
during office hours (Monday - Friday 9-1pm) 

Please note: Last years event was sold out.
Tickets will not be available at the door.
West Hartford Art League | 37 Buena Vista Road | West Hartford | CT | 06107


The Art of Climate Change

“The Art of Climate Change” is an exhibition of art work exploring this planetary crisis—what it is, how it affects us. We want artists to look into themselves, as artists do about any serious work they undertake, and allow themselves to be aware of how they feel and/or think about climate change; to consult their inner sensitivities and think about what they discover. And then “tell” us about this world wide crisis and their feelings about it through their art.

Post Oil Solutions, in partnership with the Arts Council of Windham County, in Brattleboro, Vermont, is seeking artists to create paintings that explore climate change. Artists are asked to create a small sketch of your idea for a painting depicting your feelings about climate change. Along with this, please send 3 jpeg samples of your original artwork to show your style of creativity.

 Artists chosen to create a work for this exhibit will be given a lightweight wooden panel 32” x 38” as backing for their work and a stipend of $175.00. Stipends of $175.00 will be awarded when finished work is delivered to Post Oil Solutions. Once the stipend is paid, the original work will become the property of Post Oil Solutions.  Post-Oil Solutions will have reproduction rights to the work for the purposes of exhibit publicity and indefinitely for use in its work to fight Climate Change." However, if Post Oil were to sell or auction the paintings as a fund raising event, the artists would realize 40% of the sale; and whenever Post Oil exhibits the paintings, artists would be identified.


Two dimensional art works such as painting, collage, photography, printmaking, and

multi-media art are acceptable for the panels. Artists would be in charge of mounting, priming or adhering any work to the panels as well as adding wire for hanging on the back.


There is no deadline for entries. Send no more than 3 digital images of your work and one digital image of a sketch of your proposed artwork along with your name, address, email & phone to Tim Stevenson, bereal@vermontel.net & Susan Rosano, suzydraw@aol.com.

ALL Digital Images must conform to the following guidelines-

RGB color, 72 PPI resolution, JPEG format.
Susan E. Rosano, MA
Mosaic and Mural Artist

Master Teaching Artist
Registered Expressive Arts Therapist, Consultant & Educator

Phone: 860-301-9033