Statement Makers – Work In Progress

Statement Makers - Work In Progress. G. Roger Clements, Artist & Photographer

Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery presents Statement Makers – Work In Progress. The exhibit features the work of G. Roger Clements, Architectural Designer, Artist,Photographer (BFA, Graphic Design); Founder and Principal of Sasqua Designs, LLC; Board Member Lyme Art Assoc., and New London Maritime Society/Custom House Maritime Museum Trustee. Through his photographic lens and maquette’s Roger takes a look at selected New London buildings, showcasing many that have been cared for to historically preserve and beautify them. We honor those owners who have invested in their city. A significant number of once lovely buildings, sadly neglected or abused, have been exposed as a marked contrast to what is represented in the city. This exhibit draws your attention especially to those blighted buildings and the potential to restore them to their original grandeur. Roger’s goal is not to revel in the unpleasant aspects of the built world but rather to focus his eye on it through merging traditional media in the hope that his work will render the world a cleaner, more pleasant place to live in. “The choice to move to New London was incredibly logical. It’s architectural stock is fabulous and the work that has already been attended to gives a wonderful base from which to build. New London is a star waiting to be born”. – G. Roger Clements. An Artist’s Reception will be held on Sept. 12, 2015, 6 to 9PM, the exhibit will close Oct. 10, 2015 at 3PM. An Artist’s Talk, open to the public, will be presented on Sept. 25, 2015, 6 to 8PM, 140 Bank St., New London, CT. Visit us at httpa//

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