Saturday, August 9, 2014

OOPS! FORGOT TO PUSH THE BUTTON

It was a late night and I guess I forgot to post this!Apologies! However check out these artists and wander over to Six Summit Gallery and Chamard Vineyards.
ANIMAL HEART EXHIBITION AT THE SLATER MUSEUM


If you are on the shoreline this weekend you can stop into the Slater Museum in Norwich for the last day of the Animal Heart exhibition. The exhibition was put together by artist/sculptor Randell Nelson and Museum Director Vivian Zoe. They put together a great group of artists and I'm glad to be included among them.The show is loosely connected to the Passenger Pigeon Project that is going across the country this year to raise awareness on the extinction of species.This year marks the 100 anniversary of the passing of  "Martha" our last known living Passenger pigeon.
I am also in the Farm Winery Bistro ll exhibition of Six Summit Gallery held at  the Chamard Vineyards in Clinton Connecticut. Dina Brodsky and Cara De Angelis,represented by Six Summit Gallery, are also showing at the Slate Museum show. Gorgeous Works! Go check them out!  
Here's some phone pics from the Slater opening.




Randall Nelson

Bill Gusky

Cara De Angelis

Dina Brodsky
More Info and Links

FROM THE SLATER



On View June 15 through August 10, 2014

Opening Reception: Sunday, June 15, 1:00-3:00 pm

The Slater Museum will present The Animal Heart, a special invitational exhibition featuring Connecticut artists whose work focuses on the relationships between animals, humans and their environment.  Work by thirty artists including noted artist, writer and illustrator James Prosek, Cara DeAngelis, Bill Gusky, Karen Israel, Dan Riccio and Eleanor Miller will be presented June 15 through August 10, 2014.

The exhibition will include work in myriad media, styles and messages from traditional to experimental, realist to fantastic and serious to whimsical.  James Prosek is known for his highly studied and detailed representations of insects, fish and birds.  Much of his work combines species in what otherwise resemble the work of John James Audubon.  Cara DeAngelis' work has the look of hyper-realist children's book illustration until the viewer notices that singular element of the sinister edge.  Dan Riccio's cast metal sculpture will add a jewel-like element to the installation.  

Artists Links 


http://www.caradeangelis.com/
http://dinabrodsky.com/
http://rnelsonartist.com/index.php
http://www.troutsite.com/
http://www.billgusky.com/
 

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