Stephanie Lauretano manipulates materials and processes to tell of her life identity in her works created through heat. A Connecticut resident, she received her BFA in Painting and Glass from Alfred University, her MS in Education from the University of Bridgeport, and her MFA in Painting from the Hartford Art School. Recent shows include A Balance Between at GoggleWorks, Reading, PA, Disperse and Converge at Artspace, Hartford, CT and Black and White Juried Show, Brooklyn Waterfront Arts Coalition, Brooklyn, NY. A middle school art educator, she was recently an Artist in Residence at the Farmington Valley Arts Center in Avon, Connecticut.
|by Kristina Zallinger|
The Arts Council of Greater New Haven presents Rendezvous
July 10-September 19, 2014
Artists' Reception: Thursday, July 10th | 5-7pm
This inclusive show will be comprised of artwork created by members of The Arts Council of Greater New Haven, representing a wide variety of styles and media.
Participating artists include: Corina S. Alvarezdelugo, John Arabolos, Laurie Auth, Hayne Bayless, Rosemary Benivegna, Karin Lydia Brey, Eileen Carey, Julia Coash, Kathy Conway, Larry Cowles, Matty Dagradi, Kathleen DeMeo, Oi Fortin, Fran Gallogly, Sharon Hirsch, Frieda Howling, Joan Jacobson Zamore, Tony Juliano, Katherine Lukens, Hedi Minow-Pike, Sharon Morgio, Carol Morrison, Sharon Mullen-Reynolds, Elizabeth Orsini, David Ottenstein, Liz Pagano, Dorie Petrochko, Michele Polan, Abbie Rabinowitz, Daniel Rosner, Marissa Rozanski, Julie Schnatz Rybeck, Alexandra Shaheen, Marcela Staudenmaier, Tom Stio, Martha Struber, Jean Swanson, Charla Wald-Spector, Do Walker, Mark Williams & Kristina Zallinger.
Sumner McKnight Crosby Jr. Gallery
70 Audubon St., 2nd floor, New Haven
Gallery Hours: 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday
We will provide art supplies, wine, and new subjects to draw. All you have to bring is your creativity.
Please RSVP to reserve your spot. We look forward to seeing you all there! If you have any questions please contact the gallery.
Join us for the artist's reception
For purchase information
|acrylic painting by John O'Sullivan|
RENOWNED JAZZ COMPOSER AND GUITARIST
226 JAZZ ART JAVA
SATURDAY JULY 12TH 7PM
online @: 226jazz.inticketing.com
Tickets also available at the door
Sinan Bakir @ 226
Composer and jazz guitarist Sinan Bakir will perform @ 226, 226 Broad Street, Windsor, CT on Saturday, July 12, 7 PM. Tickets are $15 on line at 226jazz.inticketing.com or at the door.
A Turkish born guitarist/composer Sinan Bakir has made a name for himself in today's music scene with his unique, creative and exciting approach on the guitar. Bakir who strives for a fresh and clean sound, has a highly energetic playing style. He is hailed not only as a virtuoso player, but also a masterful composer by his peers.
EBK Gallery [small works]
218 Pearl St
Amy Genser | Paintings/Paper
on view: July 7 - July 12, 2014
closing reception Saturday, July 12 6:00pm - 8:30pm
MEMBERS EXHIBIT 2014
July 1 – July 26, 2014
Opening Reception - Saturday, July 12, 7:00 – 8:30pm
Join us for an exciting evening of special recognition of our Members in our first annual Members Exhibit!
We will be unveiling our brand new Golden Thread Mosaic Project, announcing the exhibit awards Best In Show, 2nd and 3rd place, chosen by Trinity Art professor Pablo Delano as well as announcing our themes for next season!
Dexterity Press, Saturday, July 12, 11-4
Erector Square, 315 Peck Street
Press demonstrations, prints for sale, snacks, and a free letterpress poster.
William Baczek Fine Arts
GALLERY NEWS AND EVENTS
Before They Became Heroes or Villains
Extended to July 20, 2014
Selections from this exhibition and works by other gallery artists are available for viewing on the gallery’s web site at www.wbfinearts.com. For more information about this or upcoming exhibits please call the gallery at 413-587-9880 or e-mail at email@example.com. The gallery is located at 36 Main St. in downtown Northampton, Mass. and is open Tuesday and Wednesday 10 – 5, Thursday – Saturday, 10 - 8 and Sundays from 12
David Diao: Front to BackOpening Reception Schedule
July 13 to September 21, 2014
This exhibition brings together a selection of paintings that span the years 1972 to 2012, presenting a timeline of Diao's sustained dialogue with Modernism, as well as his relationship to the art world and the critical establishment. The early works speak to Diao's struggle with the history of gestural abstraction in a period when many artists were questioning the validity of painting. The more recent works in the exhibition reflect the artist's soul searching on both his career and role in the unfolding history of painting.
Sunday, July 13; 1 to 5 pm