CCT: AIPS sites - Danielson

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Locations of Public Art Sites

Art in Public Spaces Program


Danielson, Connecticut

Windham County


Danielson is a village within the town of Killingly and is a hub of activity in the northeastern corner of the state.  State sites are located in this community and include Art in Public Spaces commissioned works. 


Danielson Courthouse, 120 School Street

Christopher Sproat

Mark Strathy

Vessel, suspended sculpture, lobby

Four Allegories for Danielson Courthouse, murals, courtrooms


Quinebaug Valley Community College, 742 Upper Maple Street

Wayne L. Davis


Richard & Sandra Farrell

Frank T. Gardner


Eric Goldberg

George Greenamyer

Sandy J. Hale

David Kelly

Lewis Knauss

Frances Kornbluth

Richard A. Lapointe


Nobi Nobuho

Paul Paquette


Paula Peloquin

Terese Ridgeway

Ann C. Rosebrooks

Kathy Weigold

Jo Yarrington

The Sentinel, watercolor on paper, room 203
Ashford Relic, watercolor on paper, room 201
Porcelain clay wall piece, hallway near theater
The College From the Quinebaug River, fiber, auditorium
Mills of the Quinebaug Valley, fiber wall hanging, auditorium
Erica’s Dream, acrylic on canvas, room 201
Danielsonville, exterior sculpture, south lawn
New Mexico II, black and white photograph, library
Cauliflower, hand tinted photograph, library
Autumn Cascade, fiber wall hanging, lobby
Window to the Sea, mixed media, room 210
The Forest, etching, library
Bright and Early, etching, library
Crossings, terrazzo, stainless, interior & exterior at QVMCHS
In the Berkshires, watercolor, cafeteria
Bygone Times, watercolor, room 111
Iris, watercolor on paper, library
Sundance, fiber wall hanging, room 109
Inner Sanctum, oil painting, cafeteria
Kaleidescope, textile wall hanging, room 205
Perambulations, atrium bridge and windows, lobby
H.H. Ellis Technical High School, Maple Street

Ilan Averbuch

Judith Inglese

Wings of Stone and Rings of Steel, exterior sculpture

Untitled, ceramic tile mural (no longer on display)


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Jo Yarrington