July 19, 2014

More for July

Sam Moss & Jackson Emmer 
(aka The Howling Kettles)
Tuesday, July 22nd
7:30pm (come at 7pm for light refreshments) 
80 Mountain Spring Rd, Farmington, CT

In late July, my Howling Kettles partner, Jackson Emmer, and I will pass through Connecticut on our tour to Colorado. Through the generosity of our gracious friend, Clare Brett Smith, we will perform in Farmington, on Tuesday, July 22nd at her home on Mountain Spring Road. We'll be playing a diverse blend of original and traditional folk songs, separately and together.

Light refreshments will be served and attendance is free (though donations are always gratefully accepted). RSVP'ing welcome but not required.

We hope that you can join us!
Sam Moss
RSVP:   Sam Moss Music - sammossmusic@gmail.com



July 10, 2014  - September 7, 2014

Opening Reception Saturday, August 2, 2014   6-8pm

About the Exhibition: Victor Pacheco’s sculptural exhibition Extraction explores the contentious issue of hydraulic fracturing (or fracking). Pacheco presents several works made of transformed reclaimed and natural materials, illustrating the scope of landscape decimation inflicted by oil and gas drilling operations.

Real Art Ways
56 Arbor St #1, Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 232-1006

Cantrell-Friday Summer Show

Recent paintings by Helen Cantrell, Judy Friday and new artists are featured in gallery19 this July and August. Cantrell and Friday’s bold expressionist paintings are summertime-themed in vivid new palettes, many works depicting the landscapes of Old Lyme, its shores and salt marshes. Gallery19 was recently featured in a full-page article in Venü magazine (click here to go to the magazine).

Sculptor Patricia Kelley-Borchert is showing sensuous alabaster, limestone and “Wizard’s Myst” black granite works, which take off from nature but become their own abstract worlds.

Our summer hours are Thursday through Sunday from 11 to 5 pm, or, as always, by appointment. Stop in to see what’s new--we look forward to seeing you soon.

19A Main St.

P.O. Box 851

Essex, CT 06426

If we are bold, love strikes away the chains of fear from our souls.
::: Maya Angelou :::

A lady friend of mine asked me,
"Well, what do you love most?"
That's how I started painting money.
::: Andy Warhol :::