MAPLE AND MAIN GALLERY'S 34 area artists exhibiting wonderful art, invite you to come out to see a breath of Spring in our “Spring Awakenings” exhibit. We kick off our new show with a reception on Friday, March 22nd from 5-8PM!
Discover the "Thresholds" exhibit in the newly named Joslow Gallery and the small works at small prices in the Study Gallery. Just in time for Mother's Day, we have a wonderful selection of abstract, representational, and impressionist artworks and sculpture all waiting to be swept off to a new home...yours!
Local area artists in this show include:
Jean Dalton, Linda Boisver DeStefanis, Carolyn Emerson, Barbara Hageman, Nancy Howell, Gray Jacobik, Carole Johnson, Brittany Kletter, Deborah Kotchen, Linda Lilling, Heidi Ludwig, Megan Magnum, Tedman Martinez, Jo McGinnis, Nancy McIntire, Barrant Nelson, Dan Nichols, Carolyn Astyle-Nicolosi, John Perry, Janine Robertson, Barbara Rossitto, Kim Scoble, Joyce Senesac, Bob Spooner, Bivenne Staiger, Cindy Stevens, Claudia Van Nes, Carol Young.
Hours: Wednesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This exhibit runs through May 12, 2013.
ABOUT THE GALLERY: At Maple and Main Gallery of Fine Art, in Chester, Connecticut's #1 Art Town you will find investment quality art by local, regional and nationally known artists. Our artists offer a diverse mix of mediums and styles ranging from traditional realism to mixed media to cutting edge contemporary works. You will experience the finest art Connecticut has to offer whether you're looking for portraits, traditional landscapes, plein air, seascapes, marine art, still life, or modern and abstract pieces. Housed in a charming building built by Samuel Colt and Pardon Stevens in 1798 which uses four tall ship masts as support beams. Maple and Main, located right in the heart of Chester Village, brims with both New England charm and stunning art work.
ABOUT TOWN: Chester, Connecticut is a unique town known for celebrating art, history,music, fashion, theater, craft, cuisine and conversation in the magnificent Connecticut River Valley. The town is renowned for its quaint shops, artist galleries, and a variety of fantastic restaurants that all family members can enjoy. Easy to reach by car, rail, air, or boat, a convenient two hour drive from NYC and Boston, MA, Chester is located at exit 6 on RT 9, between I95 and I91. SET YOUR GPS TO 1 MAPLE STREET, CHESTER, CT 06412.