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Lyme Academy Of Fine Arts Is Retooling For The Future Fueled By Its Past

Tucked away in the beautiful landscape in the town of Old Lyme, Connecticut is the prestigious Lyme Academy of Fine Arts. It’s rich in its history. It’s undergoing a reawakening of sorts, retooling for the future, but keeping a strong foothold in its past. Thirty-three classes are offered in traditional and digital arts topics and Read more…

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The Illustrious Career Of Connecticut Artist, George Corsillo

New Haven’s George Corsillo has had a long and illustrious career as a graphic designer. Growing up in Hartford, Connecticut he fell in love with art after his parents sent him to the Wadsworth Athenaeum on Saturday afternoons. He decided he didn’t want to copy the master artists, but to create his own art. As Read more…

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Connecticut Latte Artist, Laura Erdman

The art of a beautiful cup of coffee. Latte artist, Laura Erdman knows how to do that to perfection. You will find her at Grano Arso, a hot new restaurant in the heart of Chester, Connecticut. When you dine there, you’ll feel like family. The owners are husband and wife. You’ll see Lani Gargano at Read more…

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All the Restaurants in New York

A never-ending visual exploration of New York City’s culinary offerings People are compelled to do all kinds of things in their lives. John Donohue is an artist and writer who has decided to draw all the eateries in New York City. John Donohue of Brooklyn, New York… a former editor at The New Yorker, recently launched his Read more…

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Connecticut’s American Mural Project

Launched in 2002 by artist Ellen Griesedieck, the American Mural Project (AMP) is creating the largest indoor collaborative artwork in the world—a mural 120 feet long, 48 feet high, and up to ten feet deep. The mural is a tribute to American workers and highlights what has defined the country over the last century. Nothing Read more…

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Flower Exhibit In North Branford

Evergreen Woods Art Exhibit: Terry Bogan 88 Notch Hill Road, North Branford, CT 06471 February 20th-March 30th, 2016 For more details, call Briana Benn-Mirandi at 203-483-3224 Terry Bogan is a watercolor artist noted for her vibrant colorful floral paintings.  Terry’s flowers capture the subtle balance between suggestion and description, control and spontaneity.  They come to Read more…

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“Color Forms” By Judith Pond Kudlow

Tissue paper crinkled in light glows on the canvas. Shadows cascade down draped linens. They narrow the defiant gaze of a young girl in flowing white. An air of mystery patterns these introspective narratives, the unseen as essential as any surface detail.  You are cordially invited to an opening reception at the Cooper & Smith Read more…

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John Everett Scofield’s Award Winning Music Stand

John E. Scofield of Sharon, Connecticut, is a craftsman, an artist, a furniture designer. A relative of the famed American painter and illustrator, Norman Rockwell… he also creates. In his youth, he designed a beautiful wood collapsible music stand. Years later it would win an award and end up on display at the Modern Museum Read more…

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Charles Santarpia~ Photo Realist Oil Painter

Do you know this place to the left? It’s The Anchor, and it was a landmark 1940’s restaurant in downtown New Haven, Connecticut. It looks like a photo doesn’t it, but it’s not, it’s an oil painting done by Charles Santarpia of Branford, Connecticut. Charles got laid off when the economy bottomed out in the Read more…

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Marjorie Sopkin’s Beautiful Digital Art

NIKPOSIUM® is the digital extension of original art by Marjorie Sopkin developed especially for the surface design industry. Inspired by color, movement, textural patterns and synchronicity, Marjorie uses marks to express visual camaraderie and the collective strength of harmonious interaction. NIKPOSIUM® designs can be customized for any color palette. While certain applications might call for Read more…

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