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Art Galleries: Resident Studio Artists Featured in Windsor |

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WINDSOR — The Windsor Art Center, 40 Mechanic St., will feature works by resident studio artists at Windsor Station in an exhibition that will run until March 5.

The artists exhibited at “Art from Across The Tracks: A Celebration of the ‘Studio'” are:

• Andres Chaparro, paintings inspired by jazz.

• LeaAnn Cogswell, figurative sculpture of human and animal forms.

• Cathy Doocy, exploration of composition and color using the vernacular of landscape painting.

• Michelle Hawran, paintings inspired by her family history.

• JoeSam, multimedia artist reflecting Afro-American culture.

• Adam Lenz, works on paper.

• Xarea Lockhart, catwalk and ready-to-wear.

• Amy Hoffman, mixed floral and landscape imagery

Gallery hours are Thursday 6-8 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Eastern Arts Center

The 10th Annual Photography Exhibition sponsored by Arts Center East runs through Saturday, January 29.

Each year, Arts Center East dedicates an exhibition to the art of photography.

Photographers aged 18 and over were invited to submit their work in digital or film photography in all subjects, including nature, architecture, close-ups, small details, portraits, etc.

The aim of this exhibition is to show how photographers see and capture the world.

• A textile art exhibition will be presented at the Arts Center East from February 5 to 26.

The exhibition features fiber artists who work in textiles, wearable art or mixed fiber.

Arts Center East is at 709 Hartford Turnpike, Vernon.

Gallery hours are Thursday through Saturday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free entry. Past and present exhibits are also viewable online.

Masks are mandatory regardless of vaccination status.

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Manchester Arts Association

The Manchester Art Association presents its latest exhibition, “Colorful Brushwork”, at Manchester Town Hall, 42 Center St.

This exhibit features members’ works created with oils, water-based oils, alkyds and/or acrylics.

The exhibition runs until April 6 and is also available online at: hall

True art manners

A solo exhibition of new work by Anne Wu, winner of the 2020 Real Art Ways Award, will be at the gallery until February 6.

The exhibition, titled “A Dream Walking”, includes five sculptures in vibrant hues that reference familiar architectural forms that evoke both a sense of place and no place at all: a balustrade grows from the ground, emerging upwards before an abrupt end. A door opens, or closes, to nowhere in particular. A balcony hovers, the center of its base missing. A ramp descends, edging toward the ground. A window covering hangs on the wall, its beams protruding from its frame.

Wu is a 2021-22 studio artist at Smack Mellon in Brooklyn, New York and winner of a Real Art Award, which recognizes emerging artists living in New England, New Jersey or New York.

Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 2-9 p.m., Real Art Ways is at 56 Arbor St., Hartford. For more information, including visitor protocol, call 860-232-1006 or visit:

Eastern Connecticut State University

Eastern Connecticut State University will host an exhibit titled “The Artist as Witness” through Tuesday, February 1 at the art gallery.

The exhibit features works from the 1930s through today by master artists, participants in the prison arts program, and students from local colleges.

Each artist consciously produced political art in response to specific events or circumstances; their work is characterized by figurative representations of people and actions.

The Art Gallery is located in the Fine Arts Education Center and is open Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and weekends by appointment.

For information, visit: Art Gallery

Delamar Hotel, West Hartford

The New Britain Museum of American Art presents an exhibition of works by Sol LeWitt at the Delamar Hotel, 1 Memorial Road in West Hartford.

The installation includes a series of prints from the LeWitt Collection and the Museum of New Britain. The exhibition lasts until April 1.

Conceptual artist, Sol LeWitt (1928–2007) is best known for his programmatic wall designs and modular structures, but alongside these works he generated over 350 print projects, including thousands of lithographs, serigraphs, etchings, aquatints, woodcuts and linocuts. .

The exhibition begins with the artist’s first prints: character studies and scenes of urban life made at Syracuse University and Hartford. LeWitt’s mature printmaking is explored in four thematic sections that reflect the diverse abstract languages ​​he pursued throughout his career: “Lines, Arcs, Circles, and Grids;” “Bands and Colors;” “Geometric figures with complex shapes;” and “Wavy, Curvy, Loopy Doopy and in every direction.”

The exhibition is free,

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The button tree

The Buttonwood Tree Performing Arts Center, 605 Main St., Middletown, has paintings by William Bonnie as its January exhibition.

Bonnie paints and draws, inspired by her holidays, with family and friends. His paintings include sports and landscapes, with dreamy strokes in the background and a mixture of reality and enchantment.

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