The Art Critic
Kristen Jensen
A lasting monument to the spirit of the American Worker, The American Mural Project at Whiting Mills in Winsted began 17 years ago by artist Ellen Griesedieck.
Robert Burns has transformed the Mattatuck Museum into one of the region’s most vital art institutions where local artists are nurtured and celebrated.
The forms of ceramic sculptures created by local artist Ann Mallory seem to be imbued with an awareness of time, tradition, and the desire to reveal the universal truth of the viewer’s life.
The Mattatuck Museum features the work of Christian Césari, a local artist originally from Nice, who joins French modernists with his reductivist style and use of bold color.
An exhibition of works by legendary Modernist Master Joan Mitchell is on view at Andrea S. Keogh Art & Design, an art gallery on Litchfield's historic town green. 
Local artist Hugh O'Donnell makes large-scale paintings and designs digital environments recording movements—his belief is that we embody nature as much as we observe it. 
>Peter Kirkiles creates large-scale sculpture of everyday things, reminding us of an earlier time, and demonstrating the value of his labor as a craftsman. 
Eric Aho returns to the Washington Art Association as the sole juror for a new exhibition called The Thing of it is... featuring local artists as well as from across the U.S.