|Cast Rocks, 26" x 29", pigment on handmade paper, 2015|
through March 4th.
Heidi Lewis Coleman
|Artwork by Anita Gangi Balkun|
- free & open to the public.
Chris Perry: Ripples Current(ly)
About the exhibit:
“X Marks the Spot” is a series of sustainable art by Connecticut-based artist Joy Floyd. Floyd transforms "trash," such as advertisements and packaging, to create colorful, abstract collages.
"The excitement is in discovering the riches in these commonly abandoned materials and honoring them with new life." - Joy Floyd
This show is part of the Greater Hartford Arts Council's Remembering & Repurposing exhibition series, which explores the preservation and recreation of memories and discarded materials into works of art from oil paintings to mixed media.
Jaq Chartier, 9 Studies (P FE Red), 2015, 30 x 24”
William Baczek Fine Arts in Northampton, Massachusetts is celebrating our 20TH Anniversary with a group exhibition of past, present and future artists. The show will be on exhibit from Wednesday, 27 through Saturday, March 12, 2016. The public is invited to an opening reception with the artist on Saturday, January 30 from 5 to 7 p.m.
The juried show is a new effort by the gallery to introduce visitors to work by artists not seen at Maple and Main. The paintings are being selected by esteemed artist and teacher Robert Noreika from among entries by artists in Connecticut and surrounding states.*
The Winter Exhibit will run through March 13
Chester, CT 06412
Wednesday - Sunday 11 - 6p.m.
also available by appointment
firstname.lastname@example.org l (860)-526-6065
HYGIENIC ART XXXVII - SALON DES INDÉPENDANTS
Mary C. Daly, RSM Art Gallery 167 Neck Road, Madison, CT 06443 (203) 245-0401
A Kaleidoscope of Mercy
January 10th – February 24th Opening Reception, Sunday, 1/31st 2-4 pm
LIMNER GALLERY EXHIBITION
BEST OF LIMNER PRINT AWARDS
Exhibit: April 9 - May 2, 2015
Women's Works 2016 Call for Artists
Women’s Works is our annual juried fine art exhibition, celebrating women artists and is presented by the Northwest Area Arts Council and the Old Court House Arts Center. Women’s Works provides an opportunity to showcase the creative artwork of women artists in North America and Internationally. This is the 29th Anniversary of the Women's Works show.
Women’s Works has become a much anticipated area event. The show enjoys excellent media coverage and exposure. Along with the Opening Reception, other events are held at The Old Court House Arts Center during the exhibition to encourage attendance. As always, running concurrently with this show is the Seventeenth Annual Little Women’s Works featuring (and nurturing) the artistic achievements of young women. Women's Works 2015 will run from March 10 to April 30, 2016. The gala Artists' Reception is scheduled for Saturday, March 19.