Virtual Travel Through Danon Paintings at kml
After several months of quarantine, the itch to travel and see new places is strong in many of us, even those who don’t normally consider themselves world travelers.
Just in time, the Kent Memorial Library on Main Street in Kent, Conn., has a show of paintings by Michael Danon inspired by his travels around the world, especially Europe and England.
Danon, who was born in Yugoslavia, has lived much of his life in New York City, including a period in the late 1990s when he owned four restaurants on the Upper West Side (two locations of the Copper Hatch pub, Prime Time and Danon’s on the Park).
Now he mostly spends his time renovating buildings in the city and in Kent, and of course making paintings.
Appointments must be made to see the show. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 860-927-3761.