Grier Torrence | Paintings
On view August 8 to September 14
At the Theater Works Gallery
233 Pearl St
In conjunction with, and courtesey of TheaterWorks Hartford, EBK Gallery is exhibiting
Paintings by the artist Grier Torrence.
These pieces are part of a larger exhibit presented to coincide with the theater's
production of Woody Sez: The Life & Music of Woody Guthrie, which runs from August 8 thru September 14.
The production and exhibit revolve around the iconic singer songwriter Woody Guthrie.
Guthrie along with the great American Regionalist artists have been
instrumental throughout Torrence's painting career.
79 Bank Street, New London, CT
Sunday, August 10
Performance @ 7pm
In 1986 Tim Thou and a group of Cambodian refugees with a passion for Khmer performing arts came together in Lowell, Massachusetts with the sole purpose to revive a culture once almost lost.
As the heart of the Cambodian Community, the Angkor Dance Troupe is nationally recognized as one of the most accomplished and experienced U.S. - based Cambodian traditional arts organizations.
The Angkor Dance Troupe has performed and been featured in:
-Philadelphia All-America City Competition
-Boston's First Night
-Monkey Dance (Documentary) - website
-Travel Channel - Bizarre Foods - website
-"Neighborhood Kitchens" (WGBH) - website
The mission of the Angkor Dance Troupe is to connect communities through the preservation, education and innovation of Cambodian Performing Arts.
For more information please visit www.angkordance.org
Claudia Cron, Suchlike, 2014. Paper Lithograph. Courtesy of the artist.
West Cove Studio
30 Elm Street
West Haven, Connecticut
|“Wafer by Mark Mennin, green granite, 2006, 72” x 72” x 10”|
The Washington Art Association in collaboration with the Washington Park Foundation is taking the opportunity to introduce our community to some of the extraordinary sculptors in and around Litchfield county.
"Sculpture for the Landscape", with works by Michael Steiner and Mark Mennin will open with exhibitions and artists' receptions at the Washington Art Association and at One Green Hill Rd on August 30th, from 4-6pm, and will run through September 27th, 2014.
Michael Steiner and Mark Mennin are two sculptors who have had international reputations and have exhibited work frequently both in the U.S. and abroad. They have both categorically refused to participate in group exhibitions in recent years but have agreed to exhibit their work in Washington, CT as a way to engage our community to think about sculpture. By placing some of their works together they hope to encourage some interesting dialogues about form, materials and functions.
August 30 – September 27, 2014
August 30, 2014 4 – 6pm
Free and open to public
Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday noon - 4pm, closed Monday
Washington Art Association
4 Bryan Plaza
P.O. Box 173
Washington Depot, Ct 06794