The meditative process of making: Abstraction in Connecticut

, Hamden

Contributed by Sharon Butler / Co-curators Daphne Anderson Deeds and Jacquelyn Gleisner have organized “State of Abstraction,” a sophisticated  group exhibition comprising elegant work by more than twenty Connecticut artists who explore a wide range of abstract strategies. Thoughtfully installed at the Washington Art Association, the work speaks of emotion, material experimentation, history, and the meditative process of making.

, Chester
Vernon Rockville
, Essex
, Branford
, Cornwall
, Storrs
, Weston
, Hamden
, Cheshire
, Milton
, New Haven

“” curated by Daphne Anderson Deeds and Jacquelyn Gleisner. Artists include Cat Balco, Melanie Carr, Julia Coash, Kevin Daly, Deborah Dancy, Howard El-Yasin, Roxanne Faber Savage, Joseph Fucigna, Elizabeth Gourlay, Hong Hong, Blinn Jacobs, Zachary Keeting, Bob Knox, Connie Pfeiffer, Janet Lage, David Livingston, Ken Lovell, Olu Oguibe, Ryan Paxton, Tim Prentice, Suzan Shutan, Matthew Weber, and John Willis. Washington Art Association & Gallery and The Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens, Washington Depot, CT. Through June 16, 2018

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5 thoughts on “The meditative process of making: Abstraction in Connecticut”

  1. Zbigniew Grzyb; what a missed opportunity. He has spent 40 years painting in Connecticut’s obscurity with an eye tuned to beauty and with the hand to make it.

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