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West Hartford Art League to Showcase Work by Instructors

'Bearing Exotic Fruits' by Karen Israel. Submitted image

The West Hartford Art League’s ‘Faculty Exhibit’ will have an opening reception on Feb. 11.


The West Hartford Art League will  be showcasing work by its instructors in a new exhibit opening Sunday, Feb. 8, in the Saltbox Gallery.

The “Faculty Exhibit” will give the public, as well as current and interested students, a chance to view work and to meet West Hartford Art League instructors at the opening reception on Feb. 11, being held from 2-4 p.m. The opening is free and open to the public.

Participating faculty include painters Shauna Shane, Paul Batch, Ilona Levitz, Bill Simpson, Pieter Lefferts, Bob Norieika, Zbigniew Gryzb, Brian Colbath, and Carol Ganick; pastelist Karen Israel; drawing instructors Nan Runde and Zbigniew Gryzb; pottery instructors Charlene Li, Ann Lennon, Donna Namnoum, and Beth Reynolds; collage mixed media artist Michael Totti; children’s art instructor Joan Shapiro; and cartooning instructors Elena Steier and Ted Steier.

The exhibit will be on display from Feb. 8-25. Gallery hours are Thursday through Sunday from 1-4 p.m. For more information call  860-231-8019 or visit westhartfordart.org.

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Oil by Pieter Lefferts. Submitted image

Pottery by Donna Namnoun. Submitted image

Mixed media by Michael Totti. Submitted image

Drawing by Nan Runde. Submitted image

Pottery by Charlene Li. Submitted image

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