New Work By Liz McGee

Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery has new work by local artist Liz McGee at 140 Bank St., Downtown, New London, CT. Come in and see what is new for summer! In the heart of the Historic Waterfront District Heritage Trail, New London, CT, 140 Bank St., Mon 10:00 to 4:00, Tue-Fri 9 to 5, Sat 10 to 3, Appts. Available. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Alignable. Visit our website at www.studio33gallery.com.

Medallion mounted on blue mat
Medallion Mounted on Blue Mat
Medallion Mounted on Blue Mat
Medallion Mounted on Blue Mat
Many Styles
Many Styles
Printed Cup & Coaster
Printed Cup & Coaster
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Silver For Summer At Studio 33

Come see all the new silver jewelry and abalone shell gifts that are part of our new collection at Studio 33 – perfect for summer! In the heart of the Historic Waterfront District Heritage Trail, New London, CT, 140 Bank St., Mon 10:00 to 4:00, Tue-Fri 9 to 5, Sat 10 to 3, Appt. available. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Alignable. Visit our website at www.studio33gallery.com.

Reversible Rings
Reversible Rings
Resin and Silver Overlay Bracelets
Bright Colors
Fun Shapes
Fun Shapes
Reversible Cuffs
Reversible Cuffs
Dragonflies & Butterflies
Dragonflies & Butterflies
Silver Jewelry For Summer at Studio 33
Many Styles

Food Stroll Spring 2019

Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery is celebrating New London Food Stroll Spring 2019 tonight at 5:30 to 8:30. Sara Munro will be offering her famous Mojito Green Tea Punch and Lisa Argilagos of You Take The Cake is offering Citrus Shortbread! View the current Breath of Spring exhibit – the work of local artrists Robert J. Hauschild and Liz McGee. The exhibit includes a sizable rendering of historic Union Station, the last and largest railroad station designed by famed architect H. H. Richardson, and his best according to biographer Henry-Russell Hitchcock; and an Ocean Beach scene, both in acrylic. There is also a view of the historic Winthrop Mill or Old Town Mill, at Briggs Brook, on Mill St., in watercolor. The show will run through May 25, 2019, but you can only get the incredible combo of Sara’s Mojito Green Tea Punch and Lisa’s Citrus Shortbread by being downtown tonight! See you there New London!

New London Harbor Light, Robert J. Hauschild, Acrylic on Panel
New London Harbor Light, Robert J. Hauschild, Acrylic on Panel

Breath of Spring

Breath of Spring Exhibit at Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery. Familiar views of New London, CT by local New London artist Robert J. Hauschild. The exhibit includes a sizable rendering of historic Union Station, the last and largest railroad station designed by famed architect H. H. Richardson, and his best according to biographer Henry-Russell Hitchcock; and an Ocean Beach scene, both in acrylic. There is also a view of the historic Winthrop Mill or Old Town Mill, at Briggs Brook, on Mill St., in watercolor. The show opened on April 15, 2019 and will run through May 25, 2019, at 140 Bank St., Downtown New London, CT, Tues.-Fri. 9:00 to 5:00, Sat. 10:00 to 3:00, Appts. Available. Find us at https://www.studio33gallery.com, Like us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest.

New London Postcard Presentation

Join Sara Munro, Owner of Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery on Friday, March 22, 2019 at 1:00 PM for a presentation of proceeds from The New London Postcard Project. Laura Natusch, Executive Director, and Board Members of New London Landmarks; and Susan Tamulevich, Executive Drirector, and Board Members of New London Maritime Society, will be presented with funds raised by the Studio 33 created community art exhibit. More than 100 handcrafted 4×6 postcards were turned into small works of art by local artists and sold during the exhbit. Light refreshments will be shared. Participating artists and postcard art collectors are encouraged to attend – thank you for taking part in this endeavor to support local non-profits that preserve the history of New London. Submissions to the ongoing fundraising project are welcome, they will now be sold for a set price in the gallery. 140 Bank Street, New London, CT. Tue-Fri 9:00 to 5:00, Sat 10:00 to 3:00. Visit http://www.studio33gallery.com, Like us on Facebook, Follow on Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram. Recommended by locals on Alignable and yelp.

Best of Readers’ Choice Awards 2019

Sara Munro of Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery with The Day – Best of Readers’ Choice Award 2018 – First Place for Picture Framing

Check out Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery. Voting in The Day’s Best of Readers’ Choice Awards Contest is open until March 12 at 11:59 pm.  Cast your votes in over 250 categories for your favorite people, places, and businesses in southeastern CT and southern RI! https://theday.secondstreetapp.com/og/b19ba29b-53c7-4117-aa22-9fb766aa4a9a/gallery/147862175

Tue.-Fri. 9:00 to 5:00, Sat. 10:00 to 3:00, Appointments Available. Contact us at 860-442-6355 or email us at studio33gallery@gmail.com. Like us on Facebook , Follow us on Pinterest and Twitter, and Find us on Alignable!

Loving New London – 40 Years

Loving New London – 40 Years, Friday, February 8, 2019, 5:00 to 7:00 PM, Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery presents a Valentine Exhibit of images of The Smith House, 138-140 Bank St., c.1840 Greek Revival-style, in the heart of the Waterfront Historic District. Once dominated by wharves and tall ships, now #24 on New London’s Heritage Trail is home to our gallery. The exhibit includes a wintery mix of landscape paintings by local artists, Robert J. Hauschild, Mark Patnode, Liz McGee, and others. Celebrate our historic and creative community; and find the perfect gift for your significant other! 140 Bank St., New London, CT, 860-442-6355, www.studio33gallery.com.

The Smith House, Photographer G. Roger Clements
Handmade Origami Whale Valentines, created by local artist Karen Boehm for this celebration exhibit – “Loving New London – 40 Years”

Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery will be featuring Handmade Origami Whale Valentines, created by local artist Karen Boehm for this celebration exhibit – “Loving New London – 40 Years” – and specifically – the historic building at 138-140 Bank St. Erected in 1840 as a residence, now home to our gallery. The Greek Revival-style house was built by Franklin Smith, a Whaling Captain and Partner in the Perkins & Smith Whaling Firm. Capt. Smith was accompanied by his wife on four of his voyages, his only daughter Chelsea was named after the ship on which she was born while at sea. New London history – ah, the romance, come share the love and get your hand made Origami Whale Valentine for your special someone!