Daphne Anderson Deeds will be on hiatus from her Art Critic column while she writes the catalogue essay for Theatre of Dreams: Paintings by Robert Hamilton, an exhibition at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art during the fall of 2019.
Currently on view at Andrea S. Keogh Art & Design are paintings by local artist Bob Knox that focus on his passion for paintings by the masters and his own pursuit of beauty.
For over forty years, Cornwall artist Tim Prentice has been creating beautiful kinetic sculptures — highly articulated and carefully engineered wind-activated forms.
On view at the James Barron Art Gallery in Kent are works from Norris Embry’s notebooks. This collection of the artist’s authentic, unmediated images is worth a visit.
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.