Paris In Plantsville is proud to host a solo show by Artist Clinton Deckert.
Opening Reception Will be Oct 1, 2011 7-10 p.m.
The show runs from Sept. 17 - Oct 8 ...
About The Artist:
Award winning artist, Clinton Deckert, is renowned for his paintings where abstract thoughts and surreal imagery collide. He has twice been awarded an Individual Artist Fellowship Grant from the Greater Hartford Arts Council and his paintings have recently been added to the internationally acclaimed Jack Warner Collection. Deckert is past president of the now defunct Artworks Gallery in Hartford Connecticut where he served on their Board of Directors for fourteen years. He painted a fourteen-foot long wall mural for the University of Connecticut Tri-Campus Psychology Department in West Hartford and exhibited at UConn Storrs, Steven's Gallery. In New York he has shown in the once famous Monique Goldstrom Gallery and exhibited in "Brave Destiny" the International Surrealist Exhibition at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center in Brooklyn. Over the years Clint’s work continues to earn awards and his paintings have been represented in nine juried shows at the New Britain Museum of American Art. He has conducted numerous lectures throughout Connecticut including Connecticut Art Education Association and The Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts. He frequently serves as Judge/Juror for many regional exhibitions. Deckert’s work has been favorably reviewed numerous times in Art New England, The Hartford Courant and his work has twice appeared in The New York Times. His work has been featured on the cover of Art Calendar-Professional Artist Magazine and he has achieved inclusion in Marquis Who’s Who in American Art. Deckert‘s paintings are in numerous collections throughout the country and he continuously exhibits throughout the Northeast.
Tomorrow Night at The Farmington Valley Art Center
A Solo Exhibition of the Works of Jordan Deschene
Jordan is a Resident Artist at Paris In Plantsville, and also spent the summer with a second residency at The Farmington Valley Arts Center. This show is a collection of the work he made while there, and a retrospective of some of his favorite works so far.