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Professor Andy Jones has several upcoming shows:
- 100th Anniversary National Parks System, Artist Residency Program, Weir Farm, Ridgefield, CT April- October 2015.
- Connecticut Tree Festival, 2nd Annual Exhibition, G&B Cultural Center, Wilton, CT April 17- May 31, 2015
- My Windham Project, Kerri Gallery, Heritage Park, Willimantic, CT April-June, 2015
Please join us to hear about Professor Imna Arroyo’s most recent artist book.
La Sagrada Familia —The Sacred Family
Date: Thursday, March 12
Time: 2 – 3 PM
Location: J. Eugene Smith Library, 2nd Floor, Current Periodicals lounge area.
Professor Imna Arroyo is also exhibiting through April 10 in the Kerri Art Studio and Gallery, 861 Main St., in Willimantic.
“From the Mystery of Art to the Mystery of the Spirit,” For more information, visit http://www.kerriquirk.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/kerriartstudioandgallery
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Terry Lennox’s Portrait of Jacqueline, has won the 2015 Prize for Pastel at the Slater Memorial Museum’s 71st Annual Connecticut Artists Exhibition in Norwich CT. The exhibit runs through March 20th. Cynthia Roznoy, Ph.D., Curator, Mattatuck Museum, who juried the exhibition, wrote in the exhibit catalog, “Terry Lennox’s Portrait of Jacqueline is an excellent character study. Her use of the pastel in bold and dramatic colors in a painterly technique wins her the pastel prize.”
MAC Spotlights Robert Greene’s Intriguing Work by Karen Barthelson
Robert Greene’s solo exhibit , Frenetic Composure, represents his interest in the figure and is inspired by as he states, “…the activity of the human mind…” and “…deals primarily with the human condition…”
What drew me to Robert’s work and what I found so surprising is how his pieces, while made of sticks of wood, manage to have an organic feel to them, particularly the figures. The figure stands still while the wood pieces forming the figure appear to be moving in various directions, giving it a frantic energy.
Robert lives in Ledyard, Connecticut and currently teaches at Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT where he received his undergraduate degree in sculpture in 2006. He went on to earn his MFA in sculpture at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in North Dartmouth, MA in 2010, and stayed to teach in the 3D department for two years until 2012.
Robert has been gaining some recognition exhibiting mostly in Connecticut and Massachusetts. He has won awards, has works in many private collections and was mentioned in a Boston Globe article “Stand Out Students” in 2013.
While active with his own work at his Ledyard studio and at the Noank Foundry, Robert also enjoys teaching. He explained “…everybody has the creative potential; there is nothing more rewarding than seeing a student’s excitement when they discover exactly what they can make with their own hands…”.
Rob’s solo sculpture exhibition Frenetic Composure reception is January 16 from 5:30-7:30 at the Mystic Arts Center.
Landscapes in Plein Air
ArtSpace Gallery Windham
480 Main Street
Willimantic, CT 06226
September 5, 2014-September 27, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, September 5, 2014
Open Saturdays 1-4 PM Sept/. 6. 13, 20, and 27
5:00 – 8:00 PM or by appointment
Info Murielmillerart@aol.com, 860-455-9918
The Clare Gallery’s exhibition, Metanoia, is free and open to the public and extends from March 20 – May 4, 2014. A reception and artist lecture will be held on April 24th from 5:30–7:30 p.m. At the reception, artist Richard Harden will discuss his undying search for universal meaning and imagery in the struggles and resurrection of the human condition.
The title of the exhibition, Metanoia, refers to a transformative change of heart. The term’s origin is Greek, from “metanoiein,” meaning to change one’s mind, or repent. Transformation has always been primary to the conceptual nature of Harden’s work, and his paintings allow us to reflect on our lives and the lives of others.
In this series, Harden explores flowers and hair in varied states of binding and unbinding. There are reflected surfaces along with abstracted space; fragile beauty irradiated by dramatic explosions. The colors are intensely saturated, as well as deeply dark, yielding the juxtaposition of opposing emotion.
Please enjoy the great article in the Hartford Courant here.
The Clare Gallery is housed in the Franciscan Center for Urban Ministry at 285 Church Street. The Center is part of St. Patrick – St. Anthony Church, a vibrant and active downtown faith community. Free parking is available directly across from the church, and the facility is handicapped accessible. More information may be found the Clare Gallery website.
Professor Nancy Wynn curated this exhibition for the Clare Gallery in Hartford, Connecticut. She is also Assistant Professor of Digital Art and Design.