November 4, 2013 - February 21, 2014
© Hudson Talbott 2005. Cover, Show Way written by Jacqueline Woodson. Illustrated by Hudson Talbott. (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 2005). All rights reserved. No unauthorized reproduction by any means for any purpose allowed.
Autumn Through Caribbean Eyes
Caribbean-born artist Stanwyck Cromwell uses a rich palette of colors rooted in memories of his home in Guyana and his experience of autumns in Connecticut to present a kaleidoscope of visually and spiritually appealing artwork.
Journeys Home: Selections from the Malka Penn Children's Book Collection on Human Rights
Stories about the Underground Railroad in Civil War-era America, the Kindertransport in Europe prior to World War II, and the airlift in Vietnam before the fall of Saigon are some of the settings found in works from the Malka Penn Collection, part of the Northeast Children's Literature Collection, which focuses on children's books that address human rights issues. The exhibit highlights the physical and spiritual journeys of the characters, often real-life heros, in selected books.
Places and Faces: Near and Far
After a 35-year career teaching art in the Coventry, CT school system, Scott Rhoades turned his sights to his own work and has produced a collection of paintings encompassing nature scenes, historical buildings, and portraits in this, his first formal exhibit.
This exhibit is part of the Roger Crossgrove Exhibit Series
You are invited to a reception for the exhibitors on Sunday, November 17 from 2- 4pm
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