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BERKSHIRE GROWN

STAIR GALLERIES

ELYSE HARNEY

Mahaiwe Tent

Parties & Openings


Nov. 11 - Chatham
PS21 Gala

Nov. 4 - Pittsfield
NAACP Awards Dinner

Oct. 29 - G. Barrington
Halloween At L'Atelier

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Norfolk Artists & Friends Show Exhibits The Town’s Talent

Lisa Green reports from Norfolk. The number of artists per capita in Norfolk, CT appears to be inordinately high as evidenced by the Norfolk Artists & Friends Art Show opening and reception on Friday, August 8. Twenty-four professional artists living and working in and around Norfolk presented their work in the Battell Stoeckel Gallery, a former carriage house and stables that sits among the verdant landscape of the Ellen Battell Stoeckel Estate. All manner of visual art was represented, including painting, drawing, printing, sculpture, photography and jewelry. Twenty-five percent of the artists’ sales will go to the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival’s Music Shed Restoration Fund in appreciation to the Festival for providing space for the annual art show. Shown above, Pat Barnett and artist Ruthann Olsson, founder of Norfolk Artists & Friends.


Buzz Peacock and artist Babs Perkins; Janet Marks, a jewelry designer, exhibits her collection.


Sisters Deirdre DiCara and Cara Blazier are some of the “friends” in the organization; Elizabeth Goizueta, an art curator, Roberto Goizueta, a professor of theology at Boston College, and Nina Rosenblum, a producer/director of documentary films at Daedalus Productions, Inc.


Fay O’Meara, one of the exhibit’s artists, with Fran Keeping.


Madeline Falk, known for her animal portraits, branches out with her small landscapes, and talks to Linda Riiska; Tom Curran, who is in the auction and antiques business, admires Laura Lasker’s work.

 
Anita Holmes and Peter Coffeen share wall space; Tom Hlas and Harvey Kimmelman are on hand to discuss their paintings with guests.

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