In keeping with the Chamber's mission of “Connecting The Community With Commerce” this Calendar was created to allow member businesses and New Canaan based non-profits to promote their upcoming events to the public. The Community Calendar is a local resource for all residents and visitors and has quickly become one of the most visited pages on the site. Events can be submitted via the link below and will be reviewed and posted within 24-48 hours.
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Between Representation and Abstraction represents the narrow margin amid two perceptions that can be inexplicably transformed into one another. This ambiguous space in between has attributes of both modes of expression: likeness and transcendence.
This exhibition showcases the work of two very different artists: Sally Frank and Natasha Karpinskaia. Both artists have a love affair with paper and prefer monotypes for their intrinsic qualities and unpredictable nature. Frank draws inspiration from nature, and while her pieces are emblematic of her surroundings, they still possess beautiful abstract qualities. Karpinskaia, however, is influenced by ideas other than nature. Though at times her abstract work may have strong landscape qualities, they often appear dreamt up and surreal.
Give the gift of art this holiday season. Our Small Works Show features over 140 paintings, drawings, ceramics and hand blown glass from 25 local and regional artists. With a huge selection of landscapes, flowers, fruits and vegetables, abstracts and animals, you are sure to find the perfect gift for any art lover.Find out more »
The exhibit celebrates the many ways our world can be seen. Four different artists with four different styles each give us a different impression of what exists around us. Every work of art in this show proves that reality can be transformed into abstraction, interpreted as illusion and that that illusion can become just as real as what inspired it in the first place.Find out more »
Space, Structures, + Environment: Contemporary Abstract Work by Susan Cutler Tremaine + Robert Meyer
Susan Cutler Tremaine, who’s visual roots undeniably stem from her work in architecture and interior design, most recently delves into the exploration of spaces real and imagined.Find out more »