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Pottery for the home and garden by Ben Wolff (and his father, Guy Wolff) can now be found at 100 Main in Falls Village, Conn. The Milton Pot 4, shown in photo, costs $40. Photo courtesy 100 Main​

Time To Start Bringing Plants Indoors

Ben Wolff has continued the tradition of exquisite and understated pottery and “horticultureware” that was begun by his father, Guy Wolff. 

Work by Don Bracken, including Out of the Ashes  will be featured in a show at the Hotchkiss Library of Sharon, Conn. Photo submitted​

Work That Is Deeply Grounded in Nature

The inspiration for Donald Bracken’s paintings made a 360 degree turn when he lost his studio on the 91st floor of the World Trade Center (where he was an artist in residence) and he came home to West Cornwall, Conn.

A portrait of Keith Haring from 1985 is one of more than 30 portraits of artists and gallery owners from that era in a new show of older work by Jeannette Montgomery Barron. Photo by Jeannette Montgomery Barron

Falling in Love Again with Faces From the Past

A retrospective of Jeannette Montgomery Barron’s portraits from the 1980s is at the Patrick Parrish Gallery in New York City at 50 Lespinard St. until April  18. 

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