September 30, 2016


"I do not want art for a few any more than education for a few or freedom for a few...."   
William Morris
 Gallery Hours - Thursday, Friday,  Saturday, Sunday & Monday 1 - 5 pm and by Appointment

Five Points Gallery is a 501c-3 non-profit organization

Justyna Dabrowski
Art Opening
Friday, September 30, 2016
Meet the Artist 6-9 pm

My work stems from the familiar, the intimate, and the remembered. I start with my own family photo albums. Working from these source images is a way of celebrating and understanding who I am and where I came from. My family history has deeply influenced my artistic process, 
as I am a first generation Polish-American.
 I recreate and reinterpret these scenes and narratives of my Polish-American family within a new context.  My art is characterized by recurring themes of identity, time, and memory.
The Underground Gallery
122 Main Street
lower level
Collinsville, Connecticut 06022-0146

October 1 - January 13
Opening Reception Saturday, October 1st 7-8:30pm

Exhibiting Artists:

                   Joyce Weidenaar                                             Lisa Berger
                   Judith Barbour Osborne                                   Erin McCarthy
                   Chloe Feldman Emison                                    Minika Swetta
                   Kelly Taylor                                                        Victoria Sivigny
                   Deborah Burkland                                            Jonathan Fisher
                   James Brunelle                                                 Tobias Layman
                   Charlotte Hedlund                                            Karen Israel
                   Tim Murphy                                                        Suzanne Jill Levy
                   Hannah Giger

The Golden Thread Gallery, 303 Tunxis Road, West Hartford, CT 06107


  'Figuratively' Paintings by Karen Bonanno

" I am most interested in the figure, whether it be in an interior, exterior or an undefined atmospheric space. Through expressive mark making and color choice, the figure is formed and solidified in its environment. Not so much capturing a likeness of a particular person but rather a gesture and mood that contributes to the narrative of the painting. My main influences are the artists of the Bay Area Figurative movement including David Park, Richard Deibenkorn and Elmer Bischoff as well as Cezanne, Bonnard and Matisse." - Karen Bonanno

Artist Reception
Saturday, October 1st / 5-7pm

Also featuring selected works by Heidrun Morgan. 

Please join us from 5-7pm to enjoy live music, wine & beer, hors d'oeuvres & excellent company!





 We are excited to announce our newest exhibition, Nature Transformed, featuring paintings by Amy Bock, Caryl Stern, and Clyde Watson.  Please join us for the upcoming opening reception and artists' talk.

October 1st-Novermber 13th

Opening Reception:
Saturday, October 8th, 4:30-6:30pm

Artists' Talk at 5:30



Donna Martin Dates

Roaring Brook Nature Center
October 8, 2016 at 7:30pm  - doors open at 7pm
70 Gracey Road, Canton CT
860-693-0263  /
Tickets: $18 advance / $20 at the door
Opening act: Dave Fry


Save the Date to Join Us!
The VISUAL ART LIBRARY is honored to present

A exhibit of the Access and Ambiguity installation by Mark Gerard McKee and poetry by Irish poet and playwright Celia de Fréine.   Threshold marks the launch of the folio and forthcoming book publication by the Visual Art Library. 
MS17 Art Project
165 State Street
New London, CT 06320