Craven Contemporary is excited to announce the opening of its new show “Black and White” on Saturday, March 20th.
“Black and White” is a group show of works exactly as its title suggests, works in a mix of mediums including video, painting, photography and prints which are either black or black and white.
The mainstay of the show is a video installation by Brian Bress. Bress is a Los Angeles based multi-media artist who describes himself as ‘coming to video with the agenda of a painter’. In this series of works Bress dresses up in costume - here as an astronaut - and films himself drawing on a glass screen in front of him. An interesting point to note is the artist cannot actually see what he is drawing because of the costume. The work is at once both humorous and incredibly captivating.
Another of the major works in the show is Warhol’s ‘Unititled 12, from For Meyer Shapiro’. This predominantly black work is a composition of Warhol’s most iconic subjects such as the Campbell’s Soup, Cow, Flowers, Brillo Box and Mona Lisa - all in one single work. It is quintessentially Warhol and a work that is in many museum collections including MoMA and the Met. To view the show online click HERE
KENISE BARNES FINE ART PRESENTS...
"We've All Gone to Look for America": An exhibition of landscape paintings by David Konigsberg, Thomas Sarrantonio, Francis Sills, Sophie Treppendahl.
The exhibition title is taken from the well-loved Simon and Garfunkel ballad recounting a bus trip across America, and the hours spent looking out the window as the landscapes slide by. The song and the exhibition share a sentiment of longing and searching for meaning. In the wake of the past year, I think we are yearning for the America that we remember in our mind’s eye. “Michigan seems like a dream to me now…”
Gallery Hours: Kent, CT: Thursday - Saturday, 11:00 - 5:30 and Sunday 12:00 - 4:00 And by appointment Kenise Barnes Fine Art
KENT — Kent’s first vaccination site has been established by High Watch Recovery Center, 17 Old Barn Road, in the Kent Barns shopping center. The space, donated by Kent Barns, is operated by High Watch employees and volunteers. “As we worked to get our own health care providers registered for vaccinations, we realized there weren’t a lot of options in the Northwest Corner,” said Jason Perillo, High Watch vice president. “This gives folks who live and work in the area a more convenient option.”
To schedule appointments, register HERE. If you don't see HIGH WATCH listed it simply means they don't have the vaccines for your age group at this point. Check back as the system will be updated when they do. Those without online access can call 877-918-2224, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The clinic opens at 9 am and closes at 5 pm. Vaccinations are given at Kent Barns (NOT their main campus on Carter Road) They cannot vaccinate NY residents.
Carol Corey Fine Art
GARDEN PARTY: 10 APRIL - 16 MAY 2021
Carol Corey's newest exhibit features work by Christopher Adams, Elise Ansel, Dina Brodsky, Roz Chast, Daisy Craddock, Emily Eveleth, Janet Fish, J.C. Fontanive, Andy Harper, Lauren Anais Hussey, David Morrison, Tim Nighswander (shown), Kelly Leahy Radding, Shelley Reed and Mary Reilly.
The exhibit is a nod to Spring and the exciting new Kent Flower Market taking place during our Second Saturday event on May 8th!
Gallery Hours: Thursday - Sunday 11 am - 5:30 pm
Carol Corey Fine Art
GET READY FOR AMAZING FLOWERS IN 2021 🌸 🌼🌻🌺
We are so pleased to announce the KENT FLOWER MARKET schedule for 2021. The market will take place once a month starting May 8th (SECOND SATURDAY) on the front porch of RT Facts in Kent Barns. It will showcase local flower growers and their talents. In addition to the Flower Market, the shops and galleries will coordinate new offerings and exhibits to begin on these days. Learn more details about these events by following us on Instagram @kentbarnsct & @kentflowermarket
Some participating vendors...
Cobble Well Farm, Anderson Acres Rebecca Klingebiel, Honeychurch Home, High Heron Farm, Loam Floral Designs
Flirtation Farms, Falls Village Flower Farm, Christine Owen Ceramics & More
This event is outside undercover. Rain or Shine. We are still accepting vendors. Please contact Jeb at Jeb.email@example.com
Kent Barns is excited to announce their 2021 Second Saturdays season! They will be hosting special events on the Second Saturday of each month starting in May (8) going through October (9). All our shops, galleries, and eateries are committed to making this event even better than previous years with flower-theme-based art installations, food, and inventory offerings, and expect an expanded Kent Flower Market from 10 am - 1 pm. We hope you are looking forward to this year's events - we certainly are! Be sure to bring friends and family along for the fun too!
Head to the Kent Flower Market early where you will find an exceptional assortment of spring flowers with a particular focus on tulips and daffodils, plants, pottery, topiaries, local chocolates - all great gifts to give go the special Mom in your life. Add a personally signed copy of Christopher Spitzmiller's newly released book, "A Year at Clover Brook Farm" for the ultimate gift. This event is outside undercover. Rain or Shine.
While you stroll this beautiful open-air setting, enjoy the sounds of live music, grab some delicious imported cheese sandwiches & cheese plates at 109 Cheese Market. Or, head over to the Community Farmers Market Barn and peruse their readymade sandwiches, garden-inspired pastries, and other specialty foods from Swyft or fresh produce, plants, and herbs from Rock Cobble Farm. Take your delicious finds to at any one of our outdoor dining tables on the plaza or under the big maple tree. It's a perfect way to spend a Saturday with your family and friends.
In the early afternoon from 4-6 pm some of the art galleries will host open-air/outdoor receptions for their newest exhibits.
Don’t miss this special experience!
Ober Gallery presents GALLERY SELECTIONS featuring works by Joshua Abelow, Max Frintrop, Yefin Ladyzhensky, Karen LeSage and Lev Meshberg.