October 15, 2014

Early Oct. Happenings

 Catch up with the Balkun Brothers this Sat. 10/18:
3 events in 1 day!

1:00-1:45PM @ Hartford Hodgepodge Festival - Outside on Pratt Street - Downtown Hartford, CT

6:00-6:30PM @ Glastonbury Apple Harvest Festival - Harvest Pub Stage - Glastonbury, CT

8:30PM-12:30AM @ Maple Tree Cafe - Simsbury, CT





















Artist: Nancy Eisenfeld
Title: Ice Melt
Medium: Acrylic ink on Denril

Why Not? Nancy Eisenfeld
City Gallery presents Why Not? new sculpture and painting by Nancy Eisenfeld. The work juxtaposes surprise and involvement, work and play and is triggered by her spontaneous reaction to the world.

On view October 2 - 26, 2014 
Admission is free. 
City Gallery, 994 State St, New Haven, CT, 06511. Gallery Hours: Thursday through Sunday 12-4 pm, or by appointment. Visit www.city-gallery.org for more info. 
















MISSING LINKS
Curated by Catherine Vanaria
The Gallery at the Institute Library
Opening Reception
Saturday, October 18, noon until 2

Open to the public during regular library hours
October 18 through November 29, 2014
Twelve area artists are featured in this unusual group exhibition that explores the meaning of an anonymous antique photo album.

According to Vanaria’s curatorial statement, “The artists and writers participating in Missing Links were asked to create their own stories and interpretations based on an anonymous early-20th century photo album found at a flea market. The unidentified materials, separated from their original context, have become a springboard for new narratives.”
Catherine Vanaria is Chair of the Art Department and an Assistant Professor of Photography at Western Connecticut State University. She co-owns Connecticut Photographics and Still River Editions in Danbury, CT.

The artists are: Chris Durante (Redding), Jim Felice (Danbury), Gene Gort (West Hartford), Brigid Guertin (Danbury), Lys Guillorn (Shelton), Diane Zaleta Hassan (Danbury), Stacey Kolbig (New Fairfield), Victor Pasquale (Mount Kisco, NY), Lori Robeau (Torrington), Elyse Shapiro (Norwalk), Catherine Vanaria (New Fairfield), and Andrea Zimmermann (Newtown).

The Institute Library | 847 Chapel Street | New Haven, Connecticut 06510 | (203) 562-4045
 

















Transported Weekend  New Haven

October 18–19, 12:00 – 6:00 PM


Visit artists in their private studios throughout New Haven, West Haven, North Haven, and Hamden. Take this opportunity to see the spaces in which artists work all across the Greater New Haven area. Pick up your official map and guide at Artspace. Plan your route using our interactive map and preview the weekend's artists in the artist directory
At West Cove Studio  Saturday and Sunday, October 17 - 18, Noon until 6 p.m.

With the work of

Ellen Hoverkamp
Douglas Nygren
Claudia Cron
Ron Pacacha
James Polisky
Chris McLaughlin
Thomas Stavovy
Evie Lindemann
Katya Vetrov
Andres Nakazawa


West Cove Studio
30 Elm Street
West Haven, Connecticut


Easy access from I-95, to exit 44. Turn onto Kimberly Ave towards West Haven.
Kimberly Ave. becomes Elm St. Turn onto Water St (first left after first stoplight),
then immediate left into lower parking lot. Entrance is at rear of building, up flight of metal stairs.



















ECLIPSE MILL
2014 OPEN STUDIOS

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 10 A.M. - 6 P.M.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 10 A.M. - 4 P.M.

The Eclipse Mill, 243 Union Street in North Adams, will be hosting North Adams Open Studios, Saturday, October 18th and Sunday, October 19th. Artist studios will be open to the public from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. on Saturday and 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. on Sunday. More than 25 resident artists are participating this year. Art for sale, exhibitions, literary readings and artist demonstrations are all part of the weekend celebration. The event has grown and diversified every year since it began in 2006.

The Eclipse Mill will also be hosting guest artists, joining mill residents, to display art in the hallways. “It’s a really fun event where the community gets to see what the artists do in their studios,” said Stacey Hetherington, Open Studios Chair this year. “The artists enjoy the opportunity to share their creativity.”

An interactive map, showing which studios are open at what hours and special events for each studio, will be available at the Mill, as well as on the North Adams Open Studios Facebook page. The Eclipse Mill website also has a link to Open Studios, as well as artist profiles and other relevant information.

For more information:
www.eclipsemill.com
www/facebook/com/northadamsopenstudios
www.NorthAdamsOpenStudios.com

















































 handcrafted items under the tent in front of Gengras Student Union on 
Saturday, Oct. 18, from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. 
Steve Balkun will be participating with his hand carved functional art works.
Sponsored by the University of Hartford Alumni Association.























MEET THE ARTIST   
Saturday October 18th, 2-4pm

Jane Wallor Collins is a lifelong resident of Connecticut.  She settled in Connecticut's "Quiet Corner" after graduating from UCONN, and has been painting and gardening here ever since. 
At the UCONN School of Fine Arts, she studied design and color theory with Paul Zelanzki, oil painting with Oscar Walters and Kenneth Forman, watercolor with Roger Crossgrove, and photography with Michael McLaughlin. 
Silver Circle Art Center | 75 Main St. Putnam CT | 860.928.2900



















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


Hirokazu Fukawa | Drawings

"Invisible Monster"


on view: October 13 - October 25, 2014
art reception  Saturday, October 18   6:00 pm - 8:30 pm 

(artwork shown by appointment during the week)






















 Love Is...
Tickets:  Adults - $20  Students/Seniors - $12

 860-482-6801     studio59live.com 

Group Rates Available

59 Barber Street ~ Torrington, CT





















 Volver de Nuevo: Art, Tango & Tapas II
The Thames Club of New London.
This Saturday, October the 18  6:00-9:00 PM.
The Thames Club
290 State Street. New London CT
Join us and support fundraising for Expressiones!
Programs and Initiatives such as ArtVenture, Artists in Residence, art exhibits, book & poetry readings, films, lectures and New London School partnerships are transforming the way our community understands and appreciates our multicultural diversity.
This year our Argentinian artist-in-residence Maria Colombo will be able to attend. She has been working with children at both Nathan Hale and Jennings Schools in New London.  The money raised helps make Expressiones programs like this possible.
We are looking forward to see YOU there.
84 Bank St. - New London - CT 06320 - Phone: (860)-501-9ART(278) - 
info@expressiones.org- www.expressiones.org
Hours: Fridays: 2:00PM to 6:00PM -  Saturdays: 10.30AM to 4.00PM – By Appointments.
 
 




















William Baczek Fine Arts

Mallory Lake, Grand Central Station, 2014

STANLEY BIELEN & MALLORY LAKE
At WILLIAM BACZEK FINE ARTS


         William Baczek Fine Arts, in Northampton, MA is pleased to announce the opening of two new solo exhibitions.  Stanley Bielen will be showing new still life oil paintings and Mallory Lake will be exhibiting new pastel paintings of still lifes, landscapes and steam trains..  The exhibition will run concurrently and be on display from Wednesday, October 8 through Saturday, November 8, 2014.
 
Stanley Bielen’s still life paintings are as much an exploration of paint as a medium as they are depiction of their subjects.  Using a wide brush or palette knife on small panels we see can the process of constructing a painting. Bielen notes about his own work: “The attraction of the visible world and the attraction of artist materials, in my case oil paints, is what has guided my whole working life.  The pleasure of seeing expressed through the medium of oil paint.  The subject matter has not changed however; my approach to my materials constantly evolves.

William Baczek Fine Arts
36 Main St.
Northampton MA 01060
ph  413-587-9880
fax 413-587-0520

 






















Seth Rudetsky performs his hilarious show “Deconstructing Broadway” here 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 25.
He takes you behind the scenes at a show, gives you the skinny on Broadway divas through his personal video collection, and takes apart popular show tunes and why they work.
Seth has played in the orchestras of more than 15 Broadway shows, been nominated for numerous Emmy awards as a comedy writer and has co-written a disaster movie musical called "Disaster!" which is  slated for Broadway in the 2015 season. 
It will be lots of fun.
Come on by.
You can buy tickets ($20, a bargain) on line here: www.charteroakcenter.org.  Or get them at the door.
Take a look at Seth deconstructing Stephen Sondheim’s “Another Hundred People” here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFaWBmVrCAM
See you there.


Charter Oak Cultural Center
860-402-4198



















Enjoy the creative cuisine of On The Marc Cat
Enjoy the creative cuisine of On The Marc Catering, including taco bars, wine, beer, margaritas and seasonal desserts.
Dance the night away to the music provided by our inspiring DJ.
Bid on affordable silent auction items.
Costumes are optional, but prizes will be awarded- so be daring...
Costume or not, do come and enjoy!
Call 203-966-9700 ext. 22 for tickets or purchase online.ering, including taco bars, wine, beer, margaritas and seasonal desserts.


























noon-5 p.m.
Make a Quilt Square - ArtLab
Curator for a Day - Moser Library
The Gravity of Color (ala Lisa Hoke's cups) - Front Terrace
Museum Scavenger Hunt- Retrieve list at Front Desk
Photo Booth- Lobby

noon-3 p.m.
Café on the Park Director's Lunch Special

1 p.m.
Director's Picks Tour guided by Douglas Hyland - Meet in the Lobby

2 p.m.
Welcome Remarks: Past Chairman Kathryn Cox, Chairman Todd Stitzer, and Director Douglas Hyland - LeWitt Family Staircase Landing

2-4 p.m.
Lecture: Journey into the Study of Quilt History with quilt historian and appraiser Susan Reich (includes Quilt Show & Tell) - Stanley Works Center

2-3:30 p.m.
Artist Talk: NEW/NOW Artist Bob Gregson, "Space to Maneuver" - Cheney Gallery

2:30-3:30 p.m. 
Tour with Professor Dorothy Keller: Innovation and Inspiration: Revolutionary Transformations in American Art of the mid-19th and Early-20th Centuries - Meet in Lobby

3-4:30 p.m.
Community Taste featuring Avery's Beverages, and Rogers Orchards - Café and Terrace
3:30 p.m.
Community Talk with Opportunities Industrialization Center, Executive Director Paulette Fox, Artist Zbigniew Grzyb, and David Davison, President & CEO, American Savings Foundation - Batchelor Gallery
4-5 p.m.
Musical Performance: Nick Di Maria Quartet - LeWitt Family Staircase Landing

Enjoy an additional 15% off in the Museum Shop for the entire weekend, Oct. 25-26