Past Exhibitions
Cindi Mullins, Big Orange, oil on linen, 36
Mary Harold, Rust Series, Untitled #7, 2015, Photograph
Justin Pearlman, Bird With Plum Branch, 2015, Cherry Wood and Stainless Steel
Antonio Muñoz, MOD 1, Archival Ultrachrome Print, 24 x 33

The Solstice Exhibition

Featured Artists: Cindi Mullins · Mary Harold · Justin Perlman · Antonio Muñoz

June 10 – 19, 2016
The Carriage Barn

Artist Reception: Friday June 10, 2016
5:00 to 7:00 PM · FREE!

About The Artists

Cynthia K. Mullins, an award-winning Connecticut painter, enjoys painting a range of subjects. Drawn to landscapes, still life and “closely cropped” florals she paints au plein air or in her studio. Her work has a blueprint of reality transmuted by her own sensibility and creative decisions. Whether painting abstractly or staying close to natural scenes, she infuses her own energy and invites the viewer to engage in their own experience. Please visit her website for more information.

Mary Harold, a prominent photographer from the area, will be presenting works from her recent series titled "Rust". The series of photographs is focused on the visual changes and incredible results of this natural process. Presenting the viewer with abstracted views and a closer perspective, she invites us to appreciate the phenomenon from a unique mindset. Please visit her website for more information.

Justin Pearlman, has dedicated his life to art. At an early age, he become fascinated with how the world was constructed. The son of self-taught architect, mechanic, and artist Harry Perlman, so much of Justin’s curiosity came from his father. The biggest lesson impressed upon him was to honor craftsmanship and beauty above all. Justin holds this lesson most sacred throughout his many years of study and practice as an artist. Please visit his website for more information.

Antonio Munoz, Originally from Guayaquil, Ecuador, Antonio Muñoz resides in Ridgefield, Connecticut, where he is co-creative director of the Guild of Artists.

After years of study, professional work, and recognition in graphic design, Mr. Muñoz began to think of a new way to express himself artistically, one that would encompass his love of color and pattern and the boldness of iconographic silhouettes. He wanted to create something using the graphic nature of a symbol and permeate it with bold and vibrant artistic expression. Please visit his website for more information.

All artwork will be available to purchase. A portion of the artists' sales will go toward the restoration of the historic Cass Gilbert Carriage Barn

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