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States of Mind ~ The Artists of Gallery One at Marquee Gallery, New London, CT

  • NEW LONDON, Connecticut
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  • May 15, 2019

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Forrest R. Bailey, Broken Branch II, oil on linen
Catherine Christiano, White Sands Beach, stone lithograph
Bryan Gorneau, Eventually, Why Not, oil on canvas

“States of Mind” is a new exhibition by twelve southeastern Connecticut artists that form the co-operative artist group called Gallery One. The strength of this exhibition is derived from the diversity of backgrounds and experiences of the artists represented. Each artist’s work is their individual creation with its own rhythm, life, language, and heritage. Catherine Christiano, artist and exhibition co-chair, notes that “Perhaps by looking at the different ways in which others create we enrich our understanding of our own approaches while gaining an appreciation of others.” Art is a reflection of life and, as is said at the end of the film Being There starring Peter Sellers, “Life is a state of mind.” Expect to find paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, and ceramics in styles that range from representational to abstract.

This interesting and varied show of more than 50 works opens with a reception, free and open to the public, on Saturday, July 6th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm with Pianist William Groth. The gallery will be open Wed. – Sat. 1-6 pm or by appointment.

Exhibiting Artists are: Forrest R. Bailey, Hayne Bayless, Catherine Christiano, Victor Filepp, Ellen Gaube, Bryan Gorneau, Susan Hickman, Judith Barbour Osborne, T. Willie Raney, Diana Rogers, Rick Silberberg, and Jill Vaughn. For additional information visit

Marquee Gallery
74 State Street
New London, CT 06320
(860) 428-4903 ::

When: July 5th through August 3rd
Wed. – Sat. 1-6 pm
Or by appointment

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 6th, 6-8 pm with Pianist William Groth, free and open to the public

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