The show will feature work that represents life through a child’s eye.
“The art explores the power of competing and vying color. It includes visual elements that speak to magical and improbable themes as well as the deliciously enticing. Artists reach the viewer on all sensory levels and we are tempted to consume the work on many levels,” curators say.
Artists include Mark DeRosa, Liz Squillace, Frank Foster Post, Emily Habansky, Andrew Perkowski, Darrin Green, Jason Streater, and E.S. Barraza.
Although the show is in Norwalk, the artists are all a large part of the creative bloom that is happening in nearby Bridgeport.
Tom Rich of TR SONO Partners donated the space to support emerging artists and incubate local produced talent. A strong supporter of the arts in Fairfield County, TR SONO Partners has donated space and supported programs throughput the county.
The show opens with a reception 6:30 p.m. Thursday July 21,
The space, called the mARTket (former Sweet Rexies), is at 136 East Washington Street in Norwalk’s SoNo area. The show will run through the end of July.
Gallery 305K is a place for local and national art and culture in Bridgeport Connecticut. We show cutting edge, contemporary art and represent contemporary artists. We provide affordable framing focusing on specialty framing for artists. The space is a center for cultural events and education and seeks to add to the rich and diverse cultural landscape of the city of Bridgeport CT. The space is available for rental for meetings parties and performances. Norwalk 2.0 founder Jackie Lightfield said, “Fairfield County has such a rich talent base of artists. It is important to develop regional exhibit opportunities and I am grateful for the enthusiasm Eileen Walsh brings to the exhibit and for the support of TR SONO Partners. Norwalk 2. mission is to engage residents, businesses and community organizations to work together and create an authentic, creative, economically diverse and sustainable future. For more information check out the web site at www.norwalk2.org.