Thursday, February 26, 2015

100@100 artists announced for WCSU art exhibition and benefit

The 100 artists participating in WCSU's 100@100 Off the Wall Art Exhibition and Fundraiser have been announced. The benefit event takes place on Saturday, March 7 from 4 pm - 7 pm at the Gallery at the Visual and Performing Arts Center, WCSU Westside Campus, 43 Lake Ave. Extension, Danbury. Tickets for the off-the-wall drawing are $100 and entitle the bearer to be entered into a drawing, and general admission tickets for just the party (which don't include getting a piece of art) are $25. Funds go to the WCSU Department of Art's exhibitions program.

How the drawing works, according to the website:
  • The drawing begins promptly at 5 p.m. on March 7th in the Art Gallery, 2nd floor VPAC
  • The 100 qualified ticket holders names will be placed in a box 
  • Names will be drawn randomly from the box and at that time individuals will be able to select an artwork off the wall
Tickets may be purchased here.

Monday, February 16, 2015

February Reprints Sale at Still River Editions - 15% off Feb 16-20th, 2015

Still River Editions is offering 15% off digital reprints of photos/artwork you've already had printed by us from Feb. 16th through 20th 2015  (including additional prints made from new work when ordered during the sale period). 

Save 15% on fine art digital (giclĂ©e) reprints and standard digital reprints. All you have to do is order reprints and the discount will be applied. 

(It excludes sales tax, shipping and all other services, cannot combine with other discounts.)
All work must be ordered during the sale period in order to receive the discount. You can email, call or come in. We have many files archived, so please call or email us.

If you want to upload a new file that you are ordering multiple prints from, use our handy online uploader

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Tara Tomaselli "Coastal Collection" at Hancock Hall

© Tara Tomaselli
The work of Tara Tomaselli Photography is featured in the exhibition "Coastal Collection" at Hancock Hall, 31 Staples St., Danbury, CT

From her artist's statement: “Coastal towns have inspired me as an artist and photographer to capture and preserve beautiful moments and imagery. From seashells to seascapes, buoys to boats, and a variety of weathered architecture, I am drawn to their vibrant colors and captivating greys. Most often what I present is a close up view of an object or section of something larger. I want the composition to be simple, but interesting. I want to show the beauty in things no matter their current state.

The opening reception has been moved to Friday, February 13 from 4 pm - 6 pm in light of the forecast.

The exhibit is part of the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut's Accessible Art Project.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

"Social Purgatory", work by Zeph Farmby at Sabit NYC Boutique & Gallery

"Social Purgatory", a collection of work by Zeph Farmby, is on exhibit at Sabit NYC Flagship Boutique & Gallery, 43 Clinton St., New York, NY. Farmby's paintings and illustration are inspired by urban culture and hip-hop.

There is an opening reception, Friday February 13, from 6 pm - 9 pm. The exhibit will be on view until March 13, 2015.

Cliff Abrams' "Dualities" at the Gertrude G. White Gallery, Greenwich

© Cliff Abrams
“Dualities” is an exhibition of diptych photographs by Cliff Abrams, of Abrams Associates Design, LLC, at the Greenwich YWCA’s Gertrude G. White Gallery. Abrams’ images examine our industrial culture. Abrams' photographs in the exhibition were printed by Master Printmaker Mark Savoia of Still River Editions.

The exhibit opened in early February and is up until February 28, 2015.

The gallery is located at the YWCA Greenwich, 259 East Putnam Ave., Greenwich, CT

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Collections, Community and Conversation at the Danbury Museum & Historical Society

Stringed instrument tuners
© Danbury Museum
The exhibit "Collections, Community and Conversation...Continued" opens at at the Danbury Museum & Historical Society on Saturday, January 31 and runs through March 21, 2015. Last year's exhibition of collections from the Greater Danbury community was a hit, so this year they are featuring more from the area's discerning collectors.

"Huntington Hall, the museum exhibit space, is filled with a wealth of interesting objects gleaned from the collections of individuals from The Greater Danbury area.
On display is an eclectic mix of objects including vintage bottle openers, angels, custard cups, militaria, American pottery, bells, abalone shell decorated items, Disney memorabilia, embroidered aprons & crocheted potholders, kites and more."

The museum is located at 43 Main St., Danbury, CT. The museum is open Wed. through Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Tours of our historic buildings on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Discounts we currently offer

Some of you may not know that Still River Editions offers member discounts though several professional organizations. You can either inform us at time of order by e-mail, phone, face to face, or by checking the appropriate box on our online order form.

Look for these discounts on the organization's websites:





Thursday, January 22, 2015

"The Generator" arts meetup at Watershed Gallery

A bi-monthly arts storytelling series meetup called The Generator meets at at Watershed Gallery on Monday, February 9 at 7:30 pm. ($5 cover pre-registered, $10 at the door).

According to the meetup website: "Presented by the Ridgefield Arts Council The Generator is a bi-monthly get together for artists and all people interested in the Arts community. Modeled on the salons of the early 20th Century, The Generator looks to encourage an active and vibrant community of artists from all disciplines in Ridgefield."

This month's event's featured guests will be Bill Franzen, writer, Missy Stevens, fiber artist, and David Ray, Songwriter.

Watershed Gallery is located at 23 Governor St., Ridgefield, CT. Facebook events page invite may be found here.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

100@100 at WCSU Benefit for the Department of Art Exhibitions

100@100 Off-the-Wall Art Exhibition & Fundraiser--100 artists, 100 artworks, 100 tickets, 100 dollars. The event will be held in the gallery at the Visual & Performing Arts Center at WCSU, 43 Lake Ave. Ext., Danbury, CT on Saturday, March 7, 2015 from 4 - 7 pm (requires paid tickets, however there is a free preview opening from 5 to 7 pm on Thursday, Feb. 5)

100 artists donated pieces for this "off the wall" style fundraiser that supports the Department of Art Exhibitions Program.

There are two types of tickets--according to the website "All $100 ticket holders' names will be randomly drawn at the Off-the-wall fundraiser to go select an artwork to take home off the wall. $25 general admission tickets are also available for those who would like to attend the event for food, drinks and fun."

Tickets may be purchased online here.

[When a list of artists participating becomes available, I will publish it here.--LG]

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Lisa Cohen exhibiting in Bedford Art Show 2015, Bedford, NY

"Lone Horse"
© Lisa Cohen
Lisa Cohen, who recently exhibited at the Gallery at Still River Editions, is exhibiting at the Bedford Art Show January 23 - 25, 2015. Her black and white photographs capture moments in the lives of the horses who are her subjects, as well as the breathtaking American landscapes where she encountered them.

From the website: "St. Matthew's Church of Bedford, NY has been holding it’s annual Art fair since 1972.  During that time our focus has been connecting local artists and affordable artwork with the Bedford community and to support local charities.

The art show 2015 is curated by Inness Hancock and Susan Grissom. Susan Grissom is the Gallery Director of The Lionheart Gallery, a contemporary art gallery in Pound Ridge, New York."

St. Matthew's Church is located at 382 Cantitoe St., Bedford, NY. Also of local interest--it is approximately five minutes away from the Katonah Museum of Art, 134 Jay St., Katonah, NY.