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Monday, October 01, 2012

Affordable Art photo show opens Saturday at Gallery at Still River Editions in Danbury

The Gallery at Still River Editions
128 East Liberty St., Danbury, (203) 791-1474 
2nd Annual Affordable Art Exhibition: Photography
Oct. 6—Dec. 21, 2012. Opening Reception: Sat., Oct. 6, 4—6 p.m.

Press release from The Gallery at Still River Editions

The Gallery at Still River Editions is pleased to announce its second Affordable Art Exhibition—an invitational group exhibition of archival digital prints of photographs by 16 Connecticut artists, and one artist from New Jersey. The exhibit takes place from Oct. 6 through Dec. 21, 2012. with an opening reception on Sat., Oct. 6, 2012 from 4—6 p.m. An opening reception will be held at the gallery on Saturday, October 6, 2012 from 4—6 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

The photographers are Shona Curtis (New Milford), Paul Berger (Newtown), David Blackett (Stratford), Garry Burdick (Southbury), Karl Decker (Monroe), Tony Donovan (Ivoryton), David Haislip (Danbury), Keith Johnson (Hamden, see image), Paul Jones (New Britain), Ben Larrabee (Darien), Jay Misencik (Monroe), Karen Neems (Stamford), Ann Reeves (Redding), Michele Russell (Stamford), Graham Scott (Deep River), Marko Susla (Edison, NJ), and Dennis Yates (Woodbury).

The photographs were archivally printed by Still River Editions. Each is sized at 16"x20" and priced at $100. Last year's exhibition featured print reproductions of work by 14 fine artists who work in a range of media including painting, printmaking, and drawing. This year's focus is on photography.

The Gallery at Still River Editions has hosted national and regional photographers and artists since 1989. In Spring 2011, after a brief hiatus from exhibiting new work, the gallery returned to hosting shows on a quarterly basis. The Gallery’s mission is to show traditional and digital prints of photographs and fine artwork, and to be a center of creativity and connection in the Danbury area.

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