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Calling all artists

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A wonderful opportunity has surfaced at the Fairfield Public Library’s Bruce S. Kershner Gallery for area artists.
The gallery is looking for artists to be included in its exhibition “Dialogue in Color,” which will take place from May 1 to June 10.
It is a juried show for artists who are over the age of 18 living in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Artists are permitted to submit up to two paintings, drawings, mixed media or fiber arts. The work must explore the connection that color initiates between the artist and the artwork and between the artwork and the viewer. The submitted work will be judged by Adrienne Ruger Conzelman, an art dealer and the owner of ARC Fine Art LLC, a gallery in Fairfield that specializes in contemporary art.
First-, second- and third-place winners will be given a three-person show at the Kershner Gallery in 2012.
The entry fee is $25, and the submissions must be on a CD/DVD. Entry forms are available at www.fairfieldpubliclibrary.org/gallery.htm or artists can e-mail bskgallery@gmail.com to request one. The deadline is March 18.
Fairfield and other towns in Fairfield County are replete with artists in all genres, some of them rarely recognized for their talent. This is a great chance for artists to have their work seen and appreciated. The library is congratulated for opening up the gallery to local talent.

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  1. modern art says:

    Big thumbs up – thanks!

  2. Janine says:

    Artists in NY are also eligible.