Studio spaces of Jessica Fallis on left, Catherine Johnson on right.

Open Studios: Hartford Art School

Matthew Best mentioned on Twitter the other day that he was going to Hartford Art School Open Studios, so we asked him to report back. Here are some snaps from his visit. A painter and lecturer at Three Rivers Community

Studio spaces of Jessica Fallis on left, Catherine Johnson on right.

Open Studios: Hartford Art School

Matthew Best mentioned on Twitter the other day that he was going to Hartford Art School Open Studios, so we asked him to report back. Here are some snaps from his visit. A painter and lecturer at Three Rivers Community

Installing the fountain at the Aldrich. (via NewsTimes)

James Grashow’s fountain

In the NY Times today, Susan Hodara writes about James Grashow’s poignant cardboard fountain installed on the front terrace of the Aldrich Museum. Apparently Grashow got the idea for the fountain after his dealer, Allan Stone, died. “The 25-by-17-foot fountain

Installing the fountain at the Aldrich. (via NewsTimes)

James Grashow’s fountain

In the NY Times today, Susan Hodara writes about James Grashow’s poignant cardboard fountain installed on the front terrace of the Aldrich Museum. Apparently Grashow got the idea for the fountain after his dealer, Allan Stone, died. “The 25-by-17-foot fountain

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Welcome to An Inverted Curve

An Inverted Curve is an online conversation about art and artists in Connecticut. The name, An Inverted Curve, comes from the instructions for a Sol LeWitt wall drawing. A Connecticut native and life-long resident, LeWitt was an influential conceptual artist

Lewitt.WD462

Welcome to An Inverted Curve

An Inverted Curve is an online conversation about art and artists in Connecticut. The name, An Inverted Curve, comes from the instructions for a Sol LeWitt wall drawing. A Connecticut native and life-long resident, LeWitt was an influential conceptual artist