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Private Art Colony Thriving in Austerlitz

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Art That Speaks To Us and to Each Other

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At Craven Contemporary, the exhibition “Conversations with Alex Katz” has an all-star roster of artists. There is surprisingly little buzz in and around the gallery, but this exhibition does not need to make any extra noise. The quieter the better, so the works can speak with each other. 

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Large Scale Portraits Tell Stories of Immigration

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Long before immigration became the hot button issue it is now, in 2004, photographer Joe Standart saw the city of New London, Conn. as a place to begin exploring this growing  American concern. With his larger than life portraits of people that became his organization Portrait of America’s, “WE ARE: A Nation of Immigrants.” Standart began this project of publicly displayed art in New London but has subsequently exhibited large scale portraits of Americans in Hartford, New Haven and now at the Hotchkiss School. 

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Last Chance to See ‘Mad To Live’ in Sharon

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‘Mad To Live,” a show featuring the paintings and photography of Purdy Eaton, is on view at Standard Space until August 25. Closing reception is on Aug. 24 from 4 until 7:30 p.m. Gallery director Theo Coulombe has been offering up these Sharon soirées for a couple of years now, and they are bringing in a more diverse crowd than one might expect. The effect is refreshment, and you wouldn’t be out of your tree if you came just to experience it.

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A Little Glamour In His Portraits

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After 40 years as a professional photographer for dozens of publications (mostly Time Inc.) and photographing 13 books on sailing and architecture, Christopher Little is having some fun with his friends and his neighborhood.  

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Eric Forstmann Curates a Realism Exhibit in Kent

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A Women's Art Exhibit - Not Exactly

The “Some Women and a Triangle” exhibition at James Barron Art in Kent, Conn., presents over 75 works by 14 women and one man, selected as a mix of trained and untrained artists. 

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‘Wind and water’ exhibit at Sharon Historical Society

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Gallery SHS of the Sharon Historical Society & Museum is showing  “Wind & Water,” a juried exhibition and sale of art by local artists. The exhibit runs through August 30. 
Artists were invited to submit works in any medium that portrayed the elements of “Wind & Water” individually or together, either as pure energy and movement or figurative images, atmospheric or abstract. 

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Cool Down With Cusack’s Art

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Watercolors pool, puddle, curl and swell across the flat surfaces of paper in a dance responding to the summer lights and colors of Cornwall, Conn. For 50 years, the prolific Peter Cusack has been visiting the area, but it was a move here six months ago that inspired his latest body of work now showing at the Oliver Wolcott Library in Litchfield, Conn.  The angst of moving and the ecstasy of returning are captured in his dry and wet marks. His work is loose, rhythmic, and celebrates fresh color. 

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Famed Collector To Speak

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