Local Artist to Be Featured in Danbury With ‘Female Perspective’
Karen Bonanno, a Western Connecticut State University graduate and a resident of Woodbury, will have her work featured in a new exhibit coming in January, as @287 Gallery in Danbury opens its 2018 season.
The @287 Gallery enters its new season with "The Female Perspective", a solo exhibition by Karen Bonanno. The exhibit opens with a free public reception on Friday January 19, and runs through Friday, April 20.
"The Female Perspective," reflects an emboldened narrative of gesture, mark, and color. Karen received her B.A. in Fine Art/Painting from Western Connecticut State University in 1993, and since then, she has shown extensively throughout the region. In 2016, her work was featured in Prince Street Gallery's 8th National Juried Show in New York.
For more information on Karen's work, visit her site at karenbonanno.com.
The Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut based in Danbury, is a leader in supporting a vibrant arts and culture community in Northern Fairfield and Southern Litchfield Counties.
@287 Gallery, a project of the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut, is open 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm Tuesday to Friday, 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm Saturday, and by appointment. For more information, call at (203) 798 0760 or visit artswesternct.org
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