Marilyn Richeda, a Katonah Museum Artist Associate has 3 works in the Westchester Community College Fine Arts Gallery.
Marilyn Richeda was awarded 3rd prize with a 4-8 Page Spread in the online Artist Portfolio Magazine.
Issue #34 due out middle of June.
Doris Mady has two paintings in Stamford Arts Association’s 19th Annual Marine exhibit.
They are: Yellow Boat and Thunderhead. The show runs until May 31.
Doris Mady has 10 paintings Greenwich’s Art to the Avenue.
She is at Relax The Back on Greenwich Avenue with an array of land-and seascapes.
Bevi Bullwinkel has received First Place in Mixed Media for her painting “Grieg in B Minor” in the “community sponsored” show at the Rowayton Arts Center.
The show dates are May 6-June 3. The reception is this Sunday May 6th from 4-6.
Bevi Bullwinkel has been accepted in the 28th annual Carriage Barn Arts Center Spectrum Exhibit
April 20- May 24th. Reception April 20, 4-6, 6-8
Bevi Bullwinkel has received the Hu Linsay Award for her first place painting Dancing.
The Hu Linsay Award given in memory of Hu by his wife Marcia is for the best mixed medium piece in the RAC Abstraction exhibit.
Leslie Connito Moss is curating a show called “The American Home” which will be a happening at the Gallery at Onatru in South Salem NY.
The opening will be June 29th from 4 to 7PM and the art will hang through July 20th. Local artists and musicians are participatng and the art will not be shown in a conventional manner.
Leslie Connito Moss is in a show called “In the Groove” at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Association for three seasons.
The opening is May 12th and the show runs through October. Art made into album covers are shown.
The Mayor’s Gallery presents: Erin Nazzaro: “The Vibrant Colors of Life” Paintings of the American Southwest. May 2 – June 29, 2018
10th fl Government Center, 888 Washington Blvd, Stamford, CT
Open week days 9am – 4pm Handicapped accessible and on site parking
Erin Nazzaro was born and raised in Connecticut and continues to live there. Her early work was done exclusively with graphite. She says, “Working in pencil I slowly learned to develop and refine my images. I learned to see.”
Erin’s evolution from drawing to painting began in the 1980’s. “Color was a new beginning…it changed everything.” Erin’s color sense is magnificent and her paintings are masterfully rendered in high color with incredible contrast.
Visits to the American Southwest and all of the Americas influenced her work. The vibrant images of the people, and the land on which they live and work piqued her color sensibility. “The swirling bright colors in these countries are so integrated into the landscapes, fabrics, dress and folk art. My work has been driven by this energy.”
A major element of Erin’s work is the common man and the simple, hard lives they live. She tries to convey their honesty and show their great dignity. Another important element of her work are the animals; horses, cattle, goats and chicken. She uses drips and drops and layer upon layer of color to express her belief in their majesty and to their importance to the land and the people that work the land around this world.
This is a not to be missed exhibit of an artist’s first hand account and tribute to the rich culture and people of our country’s magnificent Southwest.
Daniel Wade Barrett has two paintings juried into the Rowayton Art Center’s Spring Juried Show, opening March 4: “Not This One” and “Because.”
Carmen Martin’s photograph “Glass Dog House” has been juried into The Carriage Barn Arts Center What’s Now/What’s New SPECTRUM Annual Contemporary Art Show.
Show runs April 20 – May 24, 2018.
Lee Walther’s mixed media assemblage table “Transparency” and collage sculpture “ Busting Out” have been Juried into The Carriage Barn Arts Center What’s Now/Whats New Annual Contemporary Art Show
Opening Reception: Friday, April 20, 6-8pm Artist Coffee: Saturday, april 28 from 10am -Noon Closes: Thursday May 24, 2018
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