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Mixed media artist Gloria Nilsson will be exhibiting her recent work which includes paintings on silk, hand painted scarves, hand pulled gelatin prints, and her unique jewelry collections at the Arts Center Killingworth’s 11th Annual Autumn Arts Festival. The event will be Saturday, October 10 (9:30-5pm) and Sunday, October 11 (12-5pm) with a rain date of Monday, October 12 (10-5pm). This popular festival presents award-winning artists and fine artisans from Connecticut and the tri-state region. Located on the charming Madison Connecticut town green (Boston Post Road/Route 1 and Copse Road), the Festival includes representational and abstract painters working in oil, acrylic and pastel, as well as, photographers, potters, glass artisans and jewelry designers. Artisans exhibiting on the Green feature those working with mixed media collage, wood, glass, fabric, silver, copper and semi-precious stones.
This original hand wire wrapped scarf slide has sold.
The festive atmosphere on the Madison Town Green also includes gourmet food options and musical performances by the JazzMan Duo and Jan Jungden Trio.
Entrance to both the Autumn Arts Festival and Gallery Group Show is free.
For the second year, this annual art event includes a six-week group gallery show at the Spectrum Gallery and Store of select pieces by participating Festival artists. The juried show runs from September 25-November 8 and includes painting, photography and mixed media collage with the Store offering various one-of-a-kind fine crafts. Spectrum Gallery, an expansion of the Arts Center Killingworth, located at 61 Main Street, Centerbrook, Connecticut is open Wednesday-Friday (11am-6pm); Saturday (11:30-6pm) and Sunday (11:30am-5pm).
Below is an original (copyrighted 10/9/2015) scarf clip design created by Gloria Nilsson. Exhibited and for sale on the Madison Green at the Arts Center Killingworth's 11th Annual Autumn Art Festival