Lots of Fall art wonderfulness!!
I have 3 book art pieces in this exhibit:
|2nd place winner: Altered Book category, "Elegant Desserts" by Anita Gangi Balkun|
...and two more artworks in this local one!
|by Sarah Tortora|
EBK Gallery [small works]|
218 Pearl St
Miggs Burroughs | Lenticular Photography
"Signs of Compassion"
A tribute to an Emily Dickinson poem expressed in American sign language
On view: November 6 - December 31, 2017
Art reception SATURDAY, November 11th 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
(artwork shown by appointment during the week)
click on image to go to the web page
"Signs of Compassion" 2017
|"Sacred Poem XXX" by Carole Kunstadt|
ON A DIFFERENT PAGE
November 9 – December 14
Opening Reception: November 9, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Artist Talk: November 30 at 5:30 p.m.
Visual Arts Gallery
Books are an intrinsic part of our culture; and our perceptions of books create intimate experiences, unique to our own personal relationship with these objects. As window into the past, means of communication, treasured object, place for self expression or favorite storybook, books inspire in myriad ways. Each artist in this exhibit pursues their own particular vision in their work using the book as an art form.
Final days to view the City-Wide Open Studios exhibition at Artspace
Featuring one work by each of the 360+ participating artists!
William Baczek Fine Arts
This is a reminder that the exhibition will be closing Saturday, November 11th.
OPEN STUDIO HARTFORD - NOVEMBER 11 & 12
(On Sat. - I will be exhibiting
at the new Colt Gateway site on Huyshope)
Open Studio HartfordBRAND NEW 2017 COMPLETE PROGRAM
"OSH" is an enjoyable, educational and inspiring month-long event bringing the capital city’s arts and artists together! The main event, Open Studio Weekend, features hundreds of artists of all kinds in their own working or live-in studios, galleries, art-related organizations and creative group locations city-wide. Read More
Fashion & Textile Council Annual Lecture: The Anatomy of an 18th-Century Gown
Thursday, November 16 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Hallie Larkin and Stephanie Smith bring their expertise in 18th-century costumes to the CHS for a special presentation. We will look at construction conventions in achieving an overall shape and appearance as well as what these tell us about the owner. Drawing on examples from the CHS's extensive collection of historic costumes, they will discuss how gowns were made in the mid-1700s.
Tickets are free for members of the Fashion & Textile Council, $10 for CHS members and $15 for non-members.
Space is limited and pre-registration is required.
To register for this event please contact Adult Programs Manager Natalie Belanger by phone at (860) 236-5621 x289 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
where captivating art, amazing scenery, juicy fruit
and community come together.
until the end of November.