June 6, 2015

I will be exhibiting at this expansive art show (space #118), come by and check it out!! Steve Balkun will be there too with his woodcarvings (space #78). 

more Balkun news:

Saturday June 6, 2015 @ 8:00 PM

Bridge Street Live

41 Bridge Street
Collinsvile, CT 06022
(860) 693-9762


Featuring original abstract Mixed Media, Surreal paintings, assemblage art, woodcuts, found object art.
Bill Healy 
DAVID Holzman

Artwork will be on exhibit at Bodytalk June 4 through June 20th, 2015  

STREET CHIC IS  TOTALLY COOL !  What do Bill Healy, David Holzman and C. Dianne Zweig have in common? They are three area artists who are bringing their offbeat art to Bodytalk Boutique for a sizzling summer show  which features an evening of quirky, edgy, spontaneous original art along with a playful and stylish summer collection of contemporary fashion. This exciting and off the wall  indoor and outdoor event takes place at Bodytalk Boutique, 21 East Main St., Avon 860-678-7855

Opening Reception for Finding Urpflanze


Saturday, June 6, 2015 from 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Finding Urpflanze
Drawings by Fritz Horstman, Martha Lewis, and Solange Roberdeau
The Institute Library
847 Chapel St, New Haven, CT
June 6 – July 12, 2015
Opening Reception June 6 from 12 – 2pm. Free.

Finding Urpflanze, an exhibition of drawings made in collaborations between Fritz Horstman, Martha Lewis, and Solange Roberdeau, consists of two bodies of work: Horstman and Roberedeau’s To Find and Horstman, Lewis and Roberdeau’s Urpflanze Drawings.  All of the work revolves around the artists’ interest in their local plant life.  In each drawing the morphology of plants plays as important a part as the artist’s hand. 

65th Annual Art of the Northeast - Opening Reception
Saturday, June 6th, 6-8pm 

Begun in 1949 as the "New England Exhibition," the competition was founded by Silvermine Guild Members Miriam Brody and Revington Arthur to showcase the art of the region. Over the years, the exhibit has presented works by emerging and mid-career artists, giving them a platform to reach a much larger audience than ever before. The winner receives a top prize of $3,000 and a solo exhibition at Silvermine Arts Center.

All the galleries at the Silvermine Arts Center are utilized for this prestigious exhibition.

Silvermine Arts Center | 1037 Silvermine Road | New Canaan | CT | 06840


Join us for a 2+ mile "Art and Nature Walk." Spend an afternoon exploring
I-Park's 26 trails and experiencing the exceptional natural beauty that they reveal.
You'll also have the opportunity to get up close to several examples of
"environmental art," site-specific installations that have been created over
the years in conjunction with I-Park's international artists-in-residence program.

As part of your visit, you are also invited to meet I-Park's current artists-in-residence.
They will be in their studios from 2 until 3:30pm so you can see what
they've been working on during their stay with us. There will also be a
select number of artists' presentations from 3:30 until 4pm, followed by a
trail walk, led by our Founder, to one or more new site installations.
Of course, you are free to explore the trails on your own at any point between 2 and 6pm.

Palette to Palate

FUNDRAISER June 9, 2015

Tickets on Sale here:
$45 for Adults
$15 for Children

Come and join the Farmington Valley Arts Center Studio Artists on the evening of June 9th for our "Dine as you Stroll" fundraising event. Enjoy delicious appetizers in each studio provided by some of the areas best restaurants and premium food providers including Abigail's, Avery's Beverage, Avon Prime Meats, Deepwater Seafood, Dom's Coffee, Dzistinctively-Gourmet Cookies, Fabiola's, First and Last Tavern, Flaggstead Smokehouse, Joy of Food-Kosher Catering, Little City Pizza, Max-A-Mia, New England Pasta, Taste by Spellbound, Treva, and Urban Oaks Organic Farm, At our cash bar "Two Pour Guys", bartending services include beer, wine and soft drinks.

Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo | Prints

Selected work from the Chilean artist's "Angry People" Project

on view: June 8 - June 21, 2015
art reception  Saturday, June 13th  6:00 pm - 8:30 pm 

(artwork shown by appointment during the week)

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

Friday, June 12, 2015
​Save The Date 
for the opening reception of

Z b i g n i e w  G r z y b  a n d  G r a n t  F r o s t

Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to present paintings by Zbigniew Grzyb and photographs by Grant Frost on display in the gallery at 360 State Street.

Join us for the opening reception on Friday, June 12th
from 6pm-8pm in the gallery at 360 State
This event is free and open to the public. 
Wine and light refreshments will be served. 

Please contact the gallery with any questions. 

Exhibition on display at:

360 State Street

New Haven, CT 06510



 EBK Gallery and Real Art Ways are presenting "Art For Sale"

An exhibition featuring the work of 23 artists at
Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor Street, in Hartford, CT.
Meet artists at the reception.
All of the work is available for purchase. 

Friday evening June 12th from 5-8:00 pm

Show Runs From:
June 12, 2015 - August 23, 2015

Located at:
Real Art Ways
56 Arbor St
Hartford, CT 06106

Gallery Hours are:
2pm to 9pm, 7 days a week

For more information visit,  realartways.org or call 860-232-1006 

Artist Opportunities:

The Real People 2015 Call for Artists is now open.

Real People is a national juried fine art exhibition celebrating the arts through faces and figures. Real People is open to all artists and media; submitted work must depict the human form or face in some manner. The show is held each year at the Old Court House Arts Center in Woodstock, Illinois, located outside of Chicago, Illinois.
The exhibit will run during the months of August and September and include a gala Artists' Reception (see important dates below for exact dates). Please visit www.oldcourthouseartscenter.com for more information on this historic gallery and building.  To view previous shows, please visit RealPeople.naac4art.org.

APPLYING: To apply for the show, please visit www.CallForEntry.org, and click on 'View All Shows' from the main page; the show is listed there and artists can view more information and apply to the show.

AWARDS: Cash prizes totaling more than a $1,000.00 will be awarded for First, Second, Third Place; and others.

SUBMITTING TO THE SHOW: Artists may submit up to 3 pieces for jurying. All artwork must be original. Each piece should be represented by ONLY one image. Each image is evaluated by the jurors as a separate piece of art. If you would like to submit a detailed shot or shots from multiple angles, please create a single composite image composed of the various angles or detailed shots.  Artwork that is made up of multiple pieces (i.e. diptychs, triptychs etc.) should be represented by only one picture. Up to two pieces may be chosen for the show.

JURYING FEE: $30.00 for one image; $35 for two; $40 for three images. Payment can be made through CAFE, or by check (please make check out to 'NAAC' and mail to Old Court House Arts Center, ATTN: Real People. 101 N. Johnson St, Woodstock, IL 60098). Discounts are available for current naac Members ($10), and for artists who previously applied to Women's Works 2015 ($10). (Multiple discounts are not allowed.) Please contact us at RealPeople2015@naac4art.org if you are eligible for a discount and we will send you the appropriate code. There is no additional Entry Fee upon Acceptance.

ENTRY DEADLINE & JURY DATES: Final entry deadline is Sunday, June 30, 11:59pm CST. Jury Notifications will be emailed to artists by July 11th using the CAFE system. Accepted artists will receive shipping and drop-off instructions soon after they are notified.

IMPORTANT DATES for Real People 2015: 
·         Sunday June 28: Application Deadline
·         July 11: Jury notification will be emailed.
·         Thursday August 13: Real People 2015 opens.
·         Saturday August 22, 7p CST: Opening Reception
·         Saturday, September 26: Exhibition Closes.

Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts
104th Annual Exhibition
June 19 ­ August 2, 2015
Hosted at the Mystic Arts Center

June 14 & 15 are receiving days for

Carry-in entries!!

This is just a reminder that there is still time to enter the 104th Annual (Juried) Exhibition!!

Join us on Sunday, June 14 & Monday 15, from 11AM ­ 5PM at the Mystic Arts Center (MAC) located on: 9 Water Street, Mystic CT 06355.  
Bring with your artwork and filled prospectus plus your entry fee.

You can find a digital copy of the prospectus here.

Remember: If you are a member and you entered two artworks online but did not get accepted, you may enter a third artwork at Carry-in.

Jury results will be posted online on June 17, by 5PM.  For more detailed information please visit our website www.ctacademy.org

We hope to see you there!! 
*Keep your unique CAFA ID, 112501, handy to expedite our service to you.*

Strange Figurations


SlowArt Productions presents the annual group thematic exhibition, Strange Figurations. The exhibition will be held at the Limner Gallery in September 2015. This exhibition is open to all interpretations of the concept, Strange Figurations. Included are all forms of unique and unusual art, from the realist to the surreal and visionary. All artist interpretations of the theme Strange Figurations, will be reviewed and considered.

Entry form and details at:

Yale New Haven Hospital
Art Corridor @ Saint Raphael campus
Chapel Street-New Haven
Sponsored by Yale New Haven Auxiliary

Yale New Haven Hospital’s Auxiliary seeks Connecticut artists to exhibit their work in 2016 in the “The Art Corridor” at Saint Raphael campus. The exhibit changes monthly. Accepted media includes: painting, photography, drawing, collage, print, mixed media, pastel, framed textile, wall hung sculpture, and stained glass. Artists may submit via email 2-5 jpg images (72 dpi with a maximum of 900 pixels on the long side) of their work for committee selection. 

Artwork Requirements: All art must be prepared with wire to hang securely on the hospital’s picture hanging system. Pricing should not exceed $1,000 but higher priced works will be considered.

Sales will be managed by Yale New Haven Hospital’s Auxiliary. A commission of 25% will be retained by the YNHH to help fund Auxiliary programs, which support patients, families and the community. Examples are: Toy Closet (every child discharged from the hospital receives a toy of their choice); $500,000 to Smilow Cancer Hospital;  $1,000,000 for the Musculoskeletal Center and OB/ Neonatal Intensive Care Unit projects; free Health Education lectures by YNHH physicians. To learn more about the mission of the Auxiliary, visit www.ynhh.org/community-health/auxiliary.org
Please email your work to Jane@janesnaiderandcompany.com by July 1st, 2015.