Art filled weekend October 5 - 6, 2012

"Factory Girls"
© Lys Guillorn
This weekend there is an especially high number of art activities in which we folks here at the Gallery at Still River Editions involved.

Friday night, City Wide Open Studios New Haven kicks off from 5-8 pm at Artspace, and I (Lys Guillorn) will be doing an installation for L.A.M.P. (Light Artists Making Places) from 8 - 11 pm in front of Graffio Jewelers, 28 Orange, St., New Haven. 20+ artists will be making art with light in 9th Square. Maps will be available of all the sites, and all are within short walking distance of each other.

Saturday, October 6, there will be an exhibit opening for the Affordable Art Exhibition: Photography at Still River Editions from 4-6 pm at 128 East Liberty St., Danbury, CT. Seventeen contemporary fine art photographers, all prints priced $100.

The photographers are Paul Berger (Newtown), David Blackett (Stratford), Garry Burdick (Southbury), Shona Curtis (New Milford), Karl Decker (Monroe), Tony Donovan (Ivoryton), David Haislip (Danbury), Keith Johnson (Hamden), Paul Jones (New Britain), Ben Larrabee (Darien), Jay Misencik (Monroe), Karen Neems (Stamford),  Ann Reeves (Redding), Michele Russell (Stamford), Graham Scott (Deep River), Marko Susla (Edison, NJ), and Dennis Yates (Woodbury).

© Cathy Vanaria
At the same time on Saturday from 4 - 6 pm, there will be an opening at YMCA Escape to the Arts for "The Faces, Places and Spirit of Our Community" group show, any medium. Catherine Vanaria, co-owner of Still River Editions/CT Photo has a photograph in the exhibition. Escape to the Arts is located at 293 Main St., Danbury, CT.