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Sharon R. Morgio displays paintings at HAL Presents
West Haven artist and longtime Hamden Art League member Sharon Rowley Morgio will be exhibiting her watercolors in the hallway of the Miller Memorial Library Senior Center from May 6-27, 2016. Sharon will be showing her paintings as part of the HAL Presents program, which showcases a different artist member each month from September through May.
The paintings on display are mostly inspired by nature, including several birds, florals and landscapes as well as a few architectural and figural pieces. Morgio has been painting in watercolor for the last ten years, enjoying the fluidity and layering possibilities of the medium as well as the immediacy of working in watercolor.
The artist is a member of the New Haven Paint & Clay Club, Connecticut Watercolor Society, Guilford Art League, Hamden Art League and the Arts Council of Greater New Haven. Sharon exhibits her work in venues throughout Connecticut.
The exhibition may be viewed at the Miller Library Senior Center, 2901 Dixwell Avenue in Hamden, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
|John Massimino is conducting a critique in Clinton on March 24th, April 7th and 21st as well as May 5th to be held at the 1st Church of Christ Congregational Church, 55 church Street, Clinton CT across from the Clinton townhall.
Time: 9:30 to noon.
Cost: $48. Make your check payable to John Massimino and mail it to Joan Hammeal, 9 Loops Rd., Clinton 06413.
For further information call Joan Hammeal at 860-669-9490.
We welcome Ruth Johnson, our new HAL Hospitality Chairperson, who put on a beautiful spread of goodies at our February demo meeting. Thank you, thank you Ruth.
Diane Chandler is exhibiting oil portraits at the Maritime Center Gallery in New Haven during March.
Johanne Mangi exhibited five of her paintings in a Dog Portrait Show at Portraits Inc. New York City Gallery, in conjunction with the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show and continuing to March 11. See below.
Johanne recently returned from Cuba where she painted with a group of plien air painters visiting the country.
Liz Scott is offering a series of individual workshops, a "Free-Hand Drawing Boot Camp" at Artsplace in Cheshire. Materials include pencil, graphite, charcoal and conte crayon. Each session is $25 or $30 for non-Cheshire residents. To register, stop at Artsplace, 1220 Waterbury Road in Cheshire, or call 203-272-2787. Thursday March 3 9:30 am, 12 noon Zoom in on Seed Pods. Saturday March 12 9:30 am, 12 noon Skull and Bones
Stephanie Arrell's painting "Mill River/Orange St Bridge" won an award in the Friends of East Rock 2016 Photo Contest. Judging was February 21, and images of the 10 winners are online and on cards available for sale there.
Richard Smith manages a small exhibit space at Elim Park, 150 Cook Hill Road in Cheshire. If interested in showing your work there, phone him at 203-271-8861 or e-mail email@example.com.
Call for Artists by Arts in the Library Committee seeking artists for monthly exhibits in 2016 and 2017 at Clark Memorial Library, 538 Amity Road in Bethany. Application forms at www.bethanylibrary.org and clicking on Arts@Clark. Also information at Library circulation desk or phone 203-393-2103 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on image to visit Phil's website.
Great Exhibit Opportunity.
The Case Memorial Library in Orange, CT, second floor galleries, is available for artist exhibits in 2015.
This is a lovely, large space for showing art, and several HAL members have had exhibits there.
Currently they have exhibits scheduled for the rest of 2013 and all of 2014. Their exhibits can be solo shows of one artist, or the work of two or more artists.
Their exhibit fee is only $10, and the artist is responsible for publicity and food and drink at the
Opening Reception, usually held on a Thursday afternoon from 5 - 7 pm.
Artists who have previously exhibited there can show again after four years.
If interested, set up an appointment to bring in 3 - 4 examples of your work to the Art in the Library Committee.
Contact Audrey Galer at email@example.com or write to her at 365 Wildwood
Drive, Orange, CT 06417.
Please send news about your coming exhibitions, awards and anything of interest to HAL members to Dolores Gall, 75 Charlton Hill, Hamden 06518 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org