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Ellen Emmet Rand In UConn Exhibit

Art: ‘The Business of Bodies: Ellen Emmet Rand (1875 -1941) And The Persuasion of Portraiture’

One day Ellen Emmet Rand’s paintings will be viewed on their merit and not because a woman did them. In spite of the show’s long-winded title, the work stands on its own. The eminent American portraitist was a gifted painter and an independent woman. Her work speaks for itself in a current exhibit of her portraits at University of Connecticut’s Benton Museum of Art.

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Sharon Painter Shines In Group Show

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Four Photography Shows To See Now

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JOHN CLARKE AT SOHN
By Anne Day

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Robert parker Film at Cornwall Library

“A Is For Artist”, a short film about the 91-year-old West Cornwall artist Robert Andrew Parker, will be screened at The Cornwall Library on Saturday,  Jan 12 at 3 p.m.
Diagnosed with the retinal disease macular degeneration over 10 years ago, Parker suffers vision loss but still paints in his studio every day, summoning the subjects that have long fascinated him: creatures, real and imagined; warplanes and warships; faces; the writings of Auden, Brecht, and Kafka; landscapes from his many travels.

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Talk on Black history in Salisbury at scoville Library

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Danielle Mailer’s Exuberant Animals In NYC

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You walk in and are greeted by a steel cat taller than you. Black and white on one side and wearing colors on the other, with a busy pattern of swirls and floral forms accenting the cat’s shape. A bird is perched on the cat’s tail: they commune.

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Six Area Gallery Shows Make The Season Sparkle

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LAKEVILLE
The White Gallery 
Susan and Tino Galluzzo bring together artists who have shown at their White Gallery, some recently and some years ago, in their annual Artful Season show. Hung in both the downstairs and upstairs galleries, the show mixes good work with in-your-eye knockouts.
The standouts in the entry level gallery are from Helen Cantrell, Nancy Lazar and Avery Danziger. 

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Familiar Roadside Attractions In Berkshire Exhibit

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Seeing Jeffrey L. Neumann’s paintings, now at The Warren Family Gallery at Berkshire School, is like visiting with old friends. Almost all the paintings were in a 2015 show at the Millerton Moviehouse Upstairs Gallery, although some were created recently.

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Photographs That Shout Out

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World Renowned Sculptor At Home In New Argazzi Show

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The enormously talented sculptor Peter Woytuk is back. Not that visitors to Hotchkiss ever knew that he was gone, his large languorous bronze bulls still grace the campus’ front lawn. Woytuk, a beloved local sculptor, has lived and worked all over the world but he always returns to Litchfield County where he got his start in the 1980s.  After several stints in Asia (Thailand, Shanghai and Tai Pei most recently,)  his work, new and old, large and small will be featured in two local shows starting Dec 1. 

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