May 4, 2018















































"Based on Antonio di Benedetto's classic of Argentine literature, Lucrecia Martel's Zama is a beguiling, haunting, comic indictment of the ills of colonialism."


- Matthew Anderson, Cinevue
From Argentine film director Lucretia Martel comes the story of Don Diego de Zama, an 18th century officer of the Spanish Crown who spends years waiting for a transfer letter from the King that never comes.






















Five Points Gallery Presents    
Artists' Panel Discussion 
Moderated by Ann Finholt 

Featuring artists Lexi Axon, Helen Cantrell, Barbara Grossman, Catherine Kehoe, Ken Kewley and Larry Morelli

Friday, May 4, 6:00 pm 
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 Five Points Annex Presents

Naturally Inspired
Leslie Landau & Julieanne Palmer
May 3 - May 14, 2018
Opening Reception - Friday May 4, 6:00-8:00pm 
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The Five Point Annex is an expansion of the Five Points, Hartford Art School / University of Hartford Launchpad program. The Annex is a community pop-up gallery managed by the Launchpad artists. 

"I do not want art for a few any more than education for a few or freedom for a few...."

                                                                                                       William Morris
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With support from the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. 






















 
 
Maple and Gallery Invites You to the Opening Reception for 
The Second Annual 8 x 8 Show
Friday, May 4 from 5 to 8 p.m.
200 paintings for $200 each

Join us in a celebration of 200 original and new paintings by 74 artists in our Stone Gallery. Refreshments and wine will be served.

Friday is also the town's annual May Daze/First Friday event when all the galleries, shops and restaurants stay open late with special offerings.
View Images from the 8x8 Show
Visit Our Online Gallery

Our mailing address is:
1 Maple Street
Chester, CT 06412



























You are invited to our
Opening Reception
Friday, May
  4,  5 - 7 pm 

at the
 Guilford Art Center
Mill Gallery


On View from April 30 thru May 20, 2018


Opening Reception Friday, May 4, 5 - 7 pm

Closing Reception and Performance by
the Wild Angels Dance Troupe:
Sunday, May 20
,
2 - 4 pm 
411 Church Street (I-95 Exit 58)
Guilford, CT 06437
Gallery Hours: Mon. - Sat. 10am - 4pm and Sun. 12 - 4pm
Phone: 203 - 453 - 5947
 
 
























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




Peace, Love & Motorcycles
"Tim Tanker's Crash Hat Salon"







Greetings all!
Just a quick reminder that this Saturday is the opening
for Tim Wengertsman
Please join us and check out his painted helmets.
Meet the artist!



On view: May 4 - May 31, 2018
Art reception  SATURDAY,   y 5th  6:00 pm - 8:3


























 


TRAVIS LOUIE 


Menagerie 
 
May 2 - June 16, 2018
Opening Reception Saturday, May 5, 5 - 7 p.m.
 

TRAVIS LOUIE: Menagerie

36 Main St. Northampton MA 01060

Exhibition Dates: May 2 - June 16, 2018

Opening Reception: Saturday, May 5, 5-7 p.m.





















May 2 - 27
Opening Reception: Friday, May 4, 6 - 8:30 pm

Carla Munsat and Gallery Artists
"A Delicate Balance"
Carla Munsat

In this exhibition, Carla Munsat strikes a “delicate balance” between two very different kinds of work: acrylic paintings on panel and canvas, and collages using birch wood and mixed media. She says that “both are a highly personal search for a resolution. It is the search that excites me.”

While the paintings are about “change and life’s unpredictability,” the collages allow Munsat to explore found objects in terms of “texture, pattern, opacity, transparency, and surprise.” She is intrigued by the variations found in birch.

Created over the last three years, both the paintings and the collages focus on literally trying to put the pieces together. Featured in the exhibition are over a dozen 12”x12” paintings and two dozen 11”x14” birch collages.
"In Depth: 3D Artwork
On and Off the Wall"
Gallery Artists

"In Depth" features three-dimensional works, on or off the wall, by seven Bromfield Gallery artists.

Laurie Alpert
Jennifer Day
Kate Holcomb Hale
Christine Kyle
Barbara Burgess Maier
Vivian Pratt
Elizabeth Strasser



450 Harrison Ave.
Boston, MA 02118
(617) 451-3605

Hours: Wed - Sun, 12-5
























Pamela Bramble
Art Opening Reception
Friday, May 4, 2018
Meet the Artist 6-9 pm

Artist Statement:
For me artistic creation is a road that leads from thought, through search, to discovery. The goal is to make a painting that holds my interest, but the destination is not predetermined as the journey itself is of primary significance. This concept of the journey is a philosophical one that I have been drawn to for a very long time. It is a central theme found in literature, film, music and the visual arts. The journey motif defies time and the bounds of culture and I see an intrinsic power in it.

122 Main Street, Collinsville, CT 06019
(860) 693-6689   www.theundergroundgallery.org

Gallery Hours:  Fridays 6-9 pm, Saturdays and Sundays 11-4 pm or by appointment


































































































ARTIST OPPS:

CALLING ALL SCULPTORS!

May 4th Deadline!

In response to the success of the 2015- 2017 Summer Sculpture Showcases, Gilbert Boro, owner and sculptor at Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds, is pleased to announce Summer Sculpture Showcase 2018!
The Summer Sculpture Showcase, which will be on display from June 4th - October 26th 2018, is part of a year round outdoor sculptural exhibit on 4.5 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens located along the banks of the Lieutenant River in the historic, art-centric community of Old Lyme, Connecticut.
This 4th annual Summer Sculpture Showcase offers a unique opportunity for established artists to exhibit their work in an interactive location, while also effectively creating a new exhibition within the expansive Sculpture Gardens. This call for entry invites artists to submit up to four large or small-scale outdoor sculptural works, as well as proposals for site-specific/ecological installations. The deadline for submissions is May 4th, 2018 and artists will be notified of acceptance the second week of May 2018.
For submission information and a full prospectus, please visit our website www.sculpturegrounds. com.

We encourage you to participate and share this Call for Entry with your art community!

Thank you and we look forward to viewing your artwork!

Submissions can be made via our website.
 Click to view the full prospectus.










Juried by Richard Sprengeler, this all media exhibition invites artists to submit works based on their use of a "colorless" palette.


ALL ENTRIES ARE DUE MAY 7
This all media exhibition invites artists to submit works based on their use of a "colorless" palette. Sometimes a monochrome palette can say more than a full spectrum of color and create a striking contrast. Artists are invited to share work that is composed of a majority of black, white, and all shades in between.









Greetings!

If you didn't get a chance to enter the 2018 CSF Symposium Exhibit, you still can.

 We've extended the deadline to Friday, May 11th!
CALL FOR ART

Entry Deadline: Friday, May 11th

Atrium Gallery, Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, 1 Capitol Hill, Providence RI




The original concept and vision was created by a Rhode Island neurosurgeon, Dr. Petra Klinge.  Her vision for the exhibition is to capture through artistic renderings the "essence" of a clinical disorder, specifically those associated with cerebrospinal fluid and connective tissue disorders.  Dr. Klinge reflects upon these artworks as part of her annual medical symposium held at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University and utilizes them to assist physicians and scientists to both gain a better understanding of the patient experience and create empathy for the patient's condition. READ MORE