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The Gallery at Constitution Plaza
1 Constitution Plaza, 2nd Floor
Hartford, CT 06103

{With A Twist: An Exhibition of Artist Fellowship Recipients} The Gallery at Constitution Plaza is dedicated to promoting cultural enrichment and visual understanding of the Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA) and its constituent organizations. The gallery features changing exhibitions that directly relate to programs administered by COA and the Department of Economic and Community Development.


Hours:  Monday-Friday, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Admission:
  Free - sign in at the security desk and take the elevator to the second floor.


Parking:
  Free - park in the Constitution Plaza South Garage (entrances on State Street and Kinsley Streets). Take the garage elevator to Level 4. Turn left and cross the garage to enter the One Constitution Plaza lobby. Sign in at the security desk and take the elevator to the 2nd floor. Have your parking stub validated when you leave.

Questions about the Gallery:
Contact Tamara Dimitri at tamara.dimitri@ct.gov or Michelle Parrish at michelle.parrish@ct.gov. Exhibitions are designed to promote COA/DECD programming and grantees, therefore we do not accept solicitations.

Coming Soon:

{With A Twist}

With A Twist: An Exhibition of Artist Fellowship Recipients
April 7 - July 1, 2016
Opening Reception: 4:30-6:30pm, April 7

With A Twist features works by Connecticut artists whose artistic method or subject matter are unexpected upon initial viewing. All of them have received the Artist Fellowship from the Connecticut Office of the Arts.

 

Adam Bernard (Guilford) uses a cake decorator to apply thousands of acrylic dots to create his paintings based on digital imagery.

 

Jonathan Brand (New Haven) photographs items left behind on Metro North commuter trains, uses them to create realistic digital models that he slices up and carves, then glues the pieces together to form the final sculptures.

 

Jaclyn Conley (New Haven) is inspired by photographs of First Ladies and Presidents embracing young children, creating paintings of intertwining shapes and marks which both merge together and resist one another.

 

Marjorie Wolfe (Cheshire) makes panoramic photographs that encompass a wider view than the eye can see at one time.