Anybody got an art space they’re not using?
Gallery One, a co-operative, is moving from its home in the Clayhouse in teh Old Saybrook Shopping Center and is seeking a new space or spaces.
According to a Gallery One press release, “As a co-operative gallery, there is work required of each member artist. To keep that to a minimum, they are looking for a space that requires little or no gallery sitting, allowing its artists as much time in their studios as possible. This could be an ongoing space or one in which they could exhibit for a set period of time, such as one or two months.”
Those with ideas, suggestions, comments, etc. can send them email@example.com or P.O. Box 4023, Old Lyme, CT 06371.
In the meantime, the gallery artists will pop around, wherever they are welcome, from show to show.
Now, there’s a show in a space at 300 George St. in New Haven. The annual fall exhibition will run until Thursday, Nov. 29.
Another show that’s coming up, the holiday exhibition, will be a few doors down from the Old Saybrook Shopping Center storefront where the gallery used to be, near Pier 1 Imports. That show will be on the walls from Friday, Nov. 23, until Christmas Eve.
Another show will be at the Guilford Art Center in early summer and the Essex Art Association in the fall of 2013.
The members of Gallery One are primarily mid-career artists including Nile Barrett of Westbrook, Elizabeth Boyd of Madison, David Brown and Chip Rutan of Old Saybrook, Ashby Carlisle of Old Lyme, Mary Fussell and Diana Rogers of Clinton, Paul Harper and Margaret Kangley of Essex, Denise Gaffney Hartz of Deep River, William G. Nelson, Judith Barbour Osborne, Jill Vaughn and Rick Silberberg of Ivoryton and Maureen Squires of Branford.
This painting is called “Red Hot Pokers” and it’s by Brown.