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Discovering New Art Through Instagram

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Rob Ober’s current, untitled two-artist show in Kent, Conn., is the first in our area resulting from Instagram. Ober insists that Instagram is where the art world is moving. 

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Painting With Music On the Mountain

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The School Showcases Superlative Artists

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A Local Connection at Eckert’s Summer Show in Kent

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Jane Eckert’s idea for her current group show at her gallery in Kent was simple: Bring together work by Litchfield County artists or work that has hung in county homes under the title Summer in Litchfield  County. Along the way, however, she added some personal favorites from her own holdings. 

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Five Captivating Artists at Davis Gallery in Hudson

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The expansive spaces at John Davis Gallery in Hudson currently host five solo exhibitions, the main gallery and terrific carriage house allowing room for each of the artists to inhabit their own space. Sculptor Christopher Cairns occupies the main galleries and sculpture garden with “Recognition/Remembrance,” a series of deeply felt pieces in both small and near life-size scale. The artist sees himself as working in the 7,000 -year-old tradition of sculpture, and ideas of life and death, of suffering and love always feel close to the surface.

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Modern Sculpture At Chesterwood

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Art Stars Shine at Gallery Night In Lakeville

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Walking from Lake­ville art gallery to gallery on a late Saturday afternoon for this year’s Art Walk was pleasanter than it has ever been. The village center is bursting with color from landscaping designed and planted by the volunteer Lakeville Community Conservancy, and you could feel a new energy around you, especially in the three imaginative exhibitions gallery owners had curated.
Argazzi

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Robert Cronin Still Having Fun

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Robert Cronin’s art studio is the front room of his small Falls Village House. A single bed, institutional and spartan, occupies a corner. Everywhere else are tools and materials for making art; finished paintings are stacked neatly here and there — not too many, the rest are in other rooms he says — some ready to go to the David M. Hunt Library, just down the road, where a show of his “Imaginary Paintings” opens on Saturday, July 21.

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40 Years On, Laurie Simmons Still Makes Us Look

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‘Altered Visions’ At Hancock Shaker Village

Art: Henry Klimowicz, Abelardo Morell, and Marko Remec

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