September 11, 2015

Art Openings galore!








































































Artspace - Hartford
Untitled:  Abstract Exhibition 2015
Exhibition:  September 12 - 27, 2015
Opening Reception:  September 12th
Time:  6:00 to 9:00
555 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, CT 
In memory of Patricia Rosoff

also see the article in the Hartford Courant:














































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


Tim Wengertsman | Painting

 August 1 - September 28, 2015
art reception  Saturday, September 12th  6:00 pm - 8:30 pm 
just a little reminder...
The reception for Hartford artist Tim Wengertsman will be on:
Saturday evening September 12th  6-8:30pm
Hope you can make it, should be pretty awesome.

(Gallery open by appointment and we'll also be there a lot especially for this show)






















Stories


Suzanne Benton
Hope Killcoyne
Mark Savoia
Cathy Vanaria


Sept. 12, - Oct.10, 2015
Reception:  Sept. 12,  5 pm - 7 pm

Trailer Box Project
15 Great Pasture Road
Unit 15
Danbury Ct. 06810
203 797 0230

Photo above by Cathy Vanaria
Currently in the Gilbert Gallery in Main Dining Hall at Miss Porters School, Farmington CT
through October 4 are paintings by Tiffany Johnson.
"First I paint from observation. After observation I work from memory and invent. Nature and my state-of-mind are important in deciding how to compose my works. I am attracted to ideas that allow me to setup a drawing or a painting and change, adapt and challenge my own perceptions of what fascinates me: this can range from simple everyday objects, to urbanscapes, to landscapes, or to compositions inspired by collages. Technique, line, surface and color play into my process; and every part of the picture is carefully thought out in the way I decide to compile the image."
Art in the Orchard
AiO'15 opened a few weeks ago, and several thousand visitors have already taken the opportunity to walk the grounds and 
discover the 28 new sculptures and installations 
that are part of this third biennial event.   

events that have been scheduled so far.
Here are just a select few:
Sunday Sept. 13 at 2pm: Spunk n' Sass (Sassy Americana)
Friday Sept 18 at 6:30pm: The Art Salon
Saturday Sept. 19 at 2pm: the Tiny Dance Project
Saturday Sept. 26: 100'000 Poets for Change
Sunday Sept. 27 at sunset: Guided Full Moon Walk.



Integration / Reintegration
Russell Powell's latest paintings are on view at the Elusie Gallery 
from September 12 through October 3.
Please join us for the Artist Reception
Saturday September 12 between 5 and 8 pm.

And join us again Thursday September 17 at 7 pm
for Russell Powell's Gallery Talk:

The Orchard as Landscape

Refreshments, and Apples 
will be served
Twenty Eight Inexplicable Artists
Strange Figurations focuses our attention on unusual and inexplicable figurative art forms.

Some works seem intended to shock us with meaningless weirdness, weirdness for it’s own sake. Other pieces tell stories and although strange in appearance, have political and cultural messages attached. Overall the intent is to provoke thought, through direct symbolism, storytelling and by touching our innate, primal curiosity.

The Limner Gallery will be open during the exhibition for public viewing
Thursday to Saturday 12-5pm. The gallery is also open by appointment.
Limner Gallery, 123 Warren Street, Hudson, NY 12534 / 518-567-7858
William Baczek Fine Arts
Mallory Lake uses very soft, hand-made pastels that cover the surface in a rich, buttery layer of dense pigment. She once said of her work, "If you want to paint light, you have to paint dark".  This seemingly contradictory statement refers to her ability to capture extremely subtle, transitory moments when the landscape is mostly dark or in shadows but illuminated with the highlights of sunrise or sunset.
 Selections from the
2015 LANDSCAPE EXHIBITION

Through September 26, 2015

 Selections from current and previous exhibitions and works by other gallery artists are available for viewing on the gallerys 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 info@wbfinearts.com.  The gallery is located at 36 Main St. in downtown Northampton, Mass. and is open Tuesday and Wednesday 10 5, Thursday Saturday, 10 - 7, Sundays from 12 - 5. 
 

















New Interpretations in Line
2015 Annual 
Juried Exhibition 
September 10 - October 11, 2015
Cash prizes totaling $1,000 will be awarded
Gallery hours: Saturdays and Sundays 1:00 to 4:30 pm
Loft Artists Association
Studios and Galleries
575 Pacific St. Stamford, CT 


















Member Group Show

Under the Influence
September 8 - October 3, 2015

Reception:  September 12, 3-5pm
 
 First Street Gallery
526 West 26th Street, Suite 209
New York, NY  10001

Gallery Hours:  Monday - Friday  11-6p
646.336.8053






















Celebrate 25 Years of SPDC
Saturday, September 12 (6-8 pm)
Golden Thread Gallery
303 Tunxis Road, West Hartford

Celebrate 25 years of Sonia Plumb Dance Company memories and enjoy light hors d'oeuvres from Cafe Louise, delicious wine and unique tastings of Wild Moon Liqueurs, music by students from CREC Academy of the Arts, photos and costumes from past shows, a silent auction with fabulous prizes, AND a sneak preview performance from "The Odyssey: An Epic Dance Journey."

Click here for more details.
And, click here to purchase tickets in advance.
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 CITY GALLERY 994 State Street, New Haven, CT. 06511 
Thursday­-Sunday 12­-4 p.m. and by appointment Free  
www.city­gallery.org: 
“AMERICAN LANDSCPES “  
Mary Lesser - September 3­-27, 2015
reception Sept. 12, 2­-5 p.m. 
Artist talk Sept. 27, 2 p.m.  For further information contact info@city­gallery.org.  or Mary Lesser at   203 500 4993 mhlesser@comcast.net.

 

Emerging Artists: 
September 13 - October 4.
Opening reception, Sunday, September 13, 2-4 p.m. 
Free and open to the public.  
This exhibit highlights work by six recent art school graduates who earned either  
an undergraduate or graduate degree in art,and are looking to pursue a career as artists.
              
Artists were through a juried selection process by four jurors;
Shira Avidor, an instructor from the Lyme Academy College of Art,
Rob Loebell, an art teacher at Hall High School in West Hartford,
Brigid Kennedy, an art teacher at Conard High School, and
Anita Balkun, an art teacher at the Greater Hartford Academy of Art in Hartford.
Please join us for a series of artist talks 
during the course of the exhibit in which the artists 
will discuss their work, ideas, direction and techniques.

These talks are free and open to the public 
and are made possible with funding from the
Edward C. And Ann T. Roberts Foundation,
along with additional funding from the  

Greater Hartford Arts Council.   

Gallery hours are Thursday - Sunday from 1-4 p.m or by apt.

For a complete schedule of the artists talks 
please log onto our website at 
or call us (860) 231-8019.
             
Artist Opportunities:
up on the roof tent
West Hartford in pictures; A juried photography exhibit

This exhibit is open to all photographers, and will be juried 
by Lanny Nagler, a professional photographer with 40 years of experience specializing in corporate, advertising, and travel photography.

His work has appeared in magazines, annual reports, and advertising for Fortune 500 clients in this country and throughout the world.

All work will be juried for professionalism and content to show those which best exemplify and portray images of West Hartford. All images must be sent in on a CD. 

The deadline for entries is  Wednesday, September 16th, 12 noon

For a complete prospectus, please click HERE.
The exhibit will run from October 11 - November 8, 2015.

Photo above, by Joe Nicorici.taken at the West Hartford Art League.

The Vermont Studio Center is excited to announce 40+ fellowship awards for visual artists and writers at our October 1st, 2015 deadline, including:
  • 4 Windgate Craft Artist Fellowships for visual artists working in clay, fiber, glass, metal, and wood (includes $1000 stipend)
  • 4 Clowes Fund Fellowships, one each for visual artists living in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Indiana and Washington (includes a $400 travel stipend)
  • 3 James Merrill Poetry Fellowships for outstanding American poets with demonstrable financial need (includes $500 stipend)
  • 1 Rona Jaffe Foundation Fellowship for an emerging woman writer who will be a first-time resident at VSC (includes $1,500 stipend)
  • 1 Civil Society Institute Fellowship for an east coast minority artist with demonstrable financial need (includes $500 travel stipend)
Plus Ohio Arts Council Fellowships, the Vermont College of Fine Arts Fellowship, the Artist’s Resource Trust Fellowship, and 25 VSC Fellowships open to ALL!
For a complete list of available fellowships and eligibility requirements, visit:
Apply online at vsc.slideroom.com.
Applications must be received by October 1st, 2015. We hope you'll help spread the word about these opportunities!