The Guilford Art League’s Spring 2019 Member Exhibition is on view through Tuesday, June 4, at the Guilford Community Center’s Menunkatuck Room (second floor), 32 Church St., Guilford.
“These member shows have been so well received that we’ve decided to mount a three-month-long show each season in the Menunkatuck Room,” said league president Sheila Kaczmarek. “So look for our members’ work year-round — winter, spring, summer and fall.” Receiving for the summer show is scheduled for Wednesday, June 5 at 2 p.m., and the show will open on Thursday, June 6.
The current spring show includes 40 artworks, all of which are for sale: oil and acrylic paintings, pastels, pen and ink drawings, watercolors and photographs.
The artists are Pat Anderson, Sister Joan Bernard, Denise Casey, Polly Castor, Richard Christofferson, Anne Coffey, Sheila Creed, Joan R. Downey, Jim Durkin, Arthur Guagliumi, Fernn Hubbard, Sandra Kensler, Suzanne Kriger, Ann R. Langdon, Lillian Levine, Diana Perron, Beverly Schirmeier, Patricia Seekamp, William Seekamp, Phil Statlender, Claudia Van Nes, Marja Watson, Mark Weaver
The league currently has approximately 200 members, most from shoreline communities, although any Connecticut resident is welcome to join. For information about becoming a member, visit www.guilfordartleague.org.
If you would like to purchase a work of art from this exhibit, contact Anne Coffey, firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-488-4576; or Shelia Kaczmarek, email@example.com, 203-453-0121.
The current exhibition is free and open to the public 7 days a week unless the space is being used for a class or a meeting.
Floral Freedom, by Claudia Van Nes, mixed media (1 of 2)