Our friends at Elmwood Productions have a new short film up starring "Steve the Vampire"!
We hope you have a great Halloween!
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Sunday, October 28, 2012
Paris In Plantsville is proud to host
"Abandoned and Restored: New Photographic Work by Jacquelyn Etling"
Opening November 10, 2012 at 7:00 PM.
Jacquelyn Etling is an award winning photographer who has traveled extensively in both Europe and the United States photographing the natural and man made worlds. She is a member of the Pleiades Gallery in Chelsea N, New York and numerous arts organizations including the Salmagundi Club. Her work has been exhibited throughout the US including in the New Britian Museum of Art in CT, the Edward Hopper House in Nyack, NY, and the New York Hall of Science.
The show will be on view from November 10th through November 30. We will be having an opening reception November 10th from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM.
We hope you will join us then!
For more info please visit the Facebook Event Page HERE
Friday, October 26, 2012
Paris in Plantsville is proud to bring back a fantastic artist and friend of the gallery, Clinton Deckert- and we have the honor to host his 25 Year Retrospective.
We will be holding an Closing Reception for this exhibit on October 27, 2012 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM, and we invite you to join us in the celebration!
About Mr. Deckert:
Award winning contemporary artist, Clinton Deckert is renowned for his paintings where abstract thoughts and surreal imagery collide. Deckert has multiple works represented in t
he Jack and Susan Austin Warner Collection in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He has twice been awarded an Individual Artist Fellowship Grant from the Greater Hartford Arts Council, Conncecticut. Recently Deckert served at Curator and participating artist in the celebrated "Beyond The Gate" invitational exhibition at Artspace Hartford, CT. Clinton exhibited as featured artist at White Space Gallery in New Haven, CT where he set their record for their most successful solo exhibition. Deckert is past president of the Artworks Gallery in Hartford Connecticut and served on their Board of Directors for fourteen years. He created an assemblage for the Gala Salvador Dali event at the Wadsworth Atheneum. He has also exhibited at the Senator’s Connecticut Office of the U.S. Senate and at the Steven's Gallery at the University of Connecticut. He has painted a fourteen-foot long wall mural for the UConn Tri-Campus Psychology Department in West Hartford. Deckert painted works for the "CowParade New York" and "CowParade West Hartford" events and Oil Drum Art at ArtSpace, Hartford where his work received Aesthetic First Prize. In New York Deckert has shown in the famous but now defunct Monique Goldstrom Gallery and exhibited in the "Brave Destiny" International Surrealist Exhibition at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center in Brooklyn. His work has been featured on the cover of Art Calendar/Professional Artist Magazine, Hartford Magazine and he has achieved inclusion in Marquis Who’s Who in American Art. Clint’s paintings have been represented in ten juried shows at the New Britain Museum of American Art and once at Slater Memorial Museum in Norwich, CT. Clinton Deckert has been interviewed on the television show "Beyond the Headlines" on Fox WB-20, also had work featured WVIT-30, appeared on talk radio station WTIC, Hartford, Connecticut and "Live the Journey" on WNHU at University of New Haven. He has conducted numerous Artist presentation lectures throughout Connecticut including Connecticut Art Education Association and The Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts. He has also served as Judge/Juror for several regional exhibitions. Deckert’s work has been favorably reviewed numerous times in Art New England, The Hartford Courant and The Journal Inquirer twice appeared in The New York Times. Deckert‘s work is in numerous collections throughout the country and he continuously exhibits throughout the Northeast, USA. Clint's work is represented by Lotus Fine Art, Woodstock, NY, Sam Heller Fine Art Chicago and Paris in Plantsville, CT.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
As part of a culminating project for a Master's Degree in Integrative Health and Healing with The Graduate Institute, Dawn Manogue created this project to illuminate the healing power of symbols.
22 local artists re-create the Major Arcana of the Tarot including Paris In Plantsville Resident Artist Eric Stegmaier who contributed The Chariot
Opening: Saturday, October 20th 6-9pm $5 suggested donation
~ Tarot readings available for a small fee
~ Parking available at the train station, vouchers at reception
~ Gallery hours available by arrangement. Contact: Dawn Manogue 860.490.2830
For all the info on the event please visit the Facebook Event Page by using this LINK
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
It's October! The perfect time for HORROR!!!
Continuing in the tradition of our Halloween themed film screenings (last year we screened "Rocky Horror"!) this year...
THE EVIL DEAD
THIS FRIDAY NIGHT!
Doors open at 7:00 PM, and the movie starts at 8:00!
Oh... But there is more... Following The Evil Dead will be
EVIL DEAD 2: DEAD BY DAWN!
And that's not all! Following Evil Dead 2...
ARMY OF DARKNESS
We hope you join us and Ash as we fight off the Deadites and Primitive Screwheads!