The West Hartford Art League’s Eighth Annual Regional CT+6 exhibit opens April 26 in the art league’s two galleries and will be on display through May 31.
Submitted by Roxanne Stachelek, West Hartford Art League
CT+6, a regional exhibit originated by the West Hartford Art League in 2008, will hold an opening reception for its eighth annual exhibit on Sunday, April 26. The exhibit will be on display in the Art League’s two galleries at 37 Buena Vista Road through May 31. This juried exhibit is the League’s largest exhibit and is open to artists through New England and New York in all mediums.
Over 500 works of art were entered and pared down to slightly over 100 accepted works by jurors Nicola Lorenz, Director of theForum Gallery in New York City, and Connecticut artist David Dunlop, a painter, teacher, and the writer and artist on the Emmy Award-winning PBS series Landscapes Through Time with David Dunlop
The opening reception will take place Sunday, April 26, from 2-4 p.m. in both galleries and is open to the public. Awards will be given out in the Clubhouse Gallery at 3 p.m., including the prestigious Best of Show award which comes with a $1,000 cash prize and a one person exhibit.
The West Hartford Art League was founded in 1934 and offers four sessions of classes throughout the year for all ages and levels of students in its three buildings located on Buena Vista Road and Mountain Road. Monthly exhibits of regional artists are held in their two galleries. www.westhartfordart.org (860) 231-8019.