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CHRISTOPHER STEINER / DAVID RAU
October 1, 2016 - December 1, 2016

 

UPDATE: The gallery will be showing a selection of works from this exhibition through mid January. 

We're thrilled to announce our 2016 invitational exhibition with new works by Christopher Steiner and David Rau. This exhibition promises to be unforgettable. Save the Date for our Opening Reception on Saturday, October 1st, 5PM-8PM.  

Above: Christopher B. Steiner, Powerpuff Girls (After Fontainebleau School, Venus at Her Toilette, 1550). Photomontage, 2016. Edition of 4 with 2 APs)

  

U P C O M I N G   E V E N T S / W O R K S H O P S



Please visit our Facebook EVENTS page for more information, past events, photos. 

12/4/16, 11am-2pm  Carrie Gustafson / Smithsonian award-winning glass, new work

12/4/16, 11am-6pm  Mandy Carroll-Leiva / Leiva Jewelry Holiday Collection, BLACK & GOLD

11/27/16, 11am-1pm  14,000 THINGS TO BE HAPPY ABOUT - book signing with Barbara Kipfer
A bestseller with over 1.25 million copies in print, celebrating all the little things in life 

11/20/16  CONNECTICUT MADE - book signing, beer and cheese tasting

10/08/16  Stephanie Morton - hand weaver
Locally hand-woven, Alpaca bedside rugs which are exclusively represented by the gallery

9/18/16  Pat Smith - porcelain, paper, wood, indigo sculptures
Pat Smith is an artist that pays attention to the imperfections that come from process, revealing a pureness in form and beauty

8/14/16  Erika Barratt - handmade dolls
The maker of our gallery commissioned Frida Kahlo dolls. Exceptional talent.

7/24/16  Andrew Haviland - jewelry and metals
Andrew is a maker of works inspired by the shore and ocean. Great designs in brass and sterling silver.

7/10/16  Denyse Schmidt - modern quilts, fabric and pattern design
Modern quilt goddess, and designer of hundreds of fabrics. A rare treat. 

 


ANNOUNCEMENT: EXPLORING MONOTYPE IN THE EXUMAS IS BACK!
REGISTRATION CLOSES DECMEBER 20TH, LIMITED SPACE. 

DATES: Feb 4 to Feb 10, 2016. By request, we have decided to offer our monotype workshop in the Bahamas. This is a truly unique opportunity for art and travel, and limited to only seven participants.

Learn the art of monotype printmaking at a waterfront studio through the Staniel Cay Yacht Club. Beginner and continued instruction. Monotype is essentially painting directly on a printing plate, then transferring this "painting" onto paper using the pressure of an etching press. Accommodations and travel will be courtesy of the Staniel Cay Yacht Club, which is your quintessential Bahamian outpost. Founded in 1956, and still owned and managed by the family. This is the ideal trip for someone who wants to experience island life in a temperate climate, and one who wishes to be inspired by gorgeous colors of the ocean.

For more info on travel, call Carol at (954) 467-6658, www.stanielcay.com
For info on printmaking, call Lori at (860) 322-4265.

 

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N O T E W O R T H Y

 

   

Lori Warner's Calm 01 published on book cover

 

 

Carrie Gustafson featured in New England Home, Jan-Feb 2014

 

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