At Five Points Torrington: Through Sept. 2

Five Points Gallery, 33 Main St. in Torrington, will open its biennial juried exhibit on Aug. 3. It will run until Sept. 2. The opening reception will be Aug. 4 from 6 to 8:30 p.m.A gallery talk by Robert Calafiore, “What Art is… Not,” will be Aug. 25 at 6 p.m.Joe Fig curated the juried show. H selected work from Aaron M. Flynn, Adrian Pulido, Aedan O’Brien, Amy Ozga, Anna Webersen, Ashley Visconti, Barbara Marks, Ben Dworski-Riggs, Benjamin Madeska, Benjamin S. Jones, Ben Rosecrans, Brandon Brownlee, Candace Wark, Candice Flewharty, Chris Perry, Christopher Priebe, Claudine Metrick, Danuta Syp Gordon, DeAnn Prosia, Deborah Gillespie, Deborah Sacks, Ethan Newman, Fehmida Chipty, Gina Kingsley, Helen Cantrell, Ira Upin, Jacob Cullers, James O’Donnell, Jason Tanner Young, Joan Zagrobleny, John Humphries, John Johnson, John Kayrouz, John Wheat, Joseph Saccio, Karl Goulet, Keri Halloran, Kristen Walsh, Laura Viola Preciado, Lindsay Garcia, Lousie Laplante, Mark Römisch, Mark Williams, Mary Agnes Williams, Max Seinfeld, Megan Crist, Nan Runde, Nicholas Hullibarger, Niki Kriese, Penny Putnam, Peter Coffeen, Renee Brown, Ryan Chapman, Shulin Sun, Stephanie Serpick, Sue Lezon, Tom Hlas, Tracy Ostmann-Haschke, Virginia Rougon- Chavis and Vittorio Ottaviani.This is “Fragile Nature” by Webersen.Ten percent of the gallery commission on work sold from this show will be donated to the Susan B Anthony Project.www.fivepointsgallery.org.

Anna Webersen
Copyright © 2017, CT Now
84°