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.
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.
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!
Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery presents Art For The Holidays on Dec. 5, 2018; with a festive reception in the downtown gallery on Dec. 14, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Five local, award winning artists are featured in the show including abstract expressionists Diane Brown and Mark Patnode; and landscape painters Robert J. Hauschild, Ralph Acosta, and Liz McGee. Owner Sara Munro is also pleased to present an excellent opportunity for a collector to purchase a stunning collectible: Hirosaki Castle, Hiroshi Yoshida (1876-1950, Kurume, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan). From a Series: Eight Scenes of Cherry Blossoms – Sakura Hachidai, pre-WWII, c.1935. Hiroshi was a 20th C. Japanese painter and woodblock printmaker, regarded as one of the greatest artists of the shin-hanga style, noted especially for his excellent landscape prints. The New London Postcard Project, an ongoing community art project and fundraiser for New London Landmarks and New London Maritime Society is also exhibited. Join us in celebrating the holiday season, shop local and small for all your gift giving needs. We are having a 30% off sale on Ready Made Frames, come see the finest hand made, one of a kind, artisanal gifts, jewelry, greeting cards, books and more, in the heart of the Historic Waterfront District Heritage Trail, New London, CT, 140 Bank St., Mon-Fri 9 to 5, Sat 10 to 3, Appt. available. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram, visit us at www.studio33gallery.com.
Hirosaki Castle, Hiroshi Yoshida (1876-1950, Kurume, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan). From a Series: Eight Scenes of Cherry Blossoms – Sakura Hachidai, 16″ x 10.5, pre-WWII, c.1935. Hiroshi Yoshida, Taishō period (1912–1926), Shōwa period (1926–1989), was a 20th C. Japanese painter and woodblock printmaker. He is regarded as one of the greatest artists of the shin-hanga style and is noted especially for his excellent landscape prints. He began his artistic training with his adoptive father, a painting teacher and elementary school principal. He entered private art school at the age of 18 in Tokyo. As a painter he soon won many art exhibition prizes. He began creating wood block prints after 1920, following the Sosaku Hanga tradition of performing the entire process – design, carving, printing, of a print himself. In 1923 all of Yoshida Hiroshi’s wood blocks and more than a hundred of his prints were destroyed in the fires that followed the Great Kanto Earthquake. In 1925 He established his own studio. Prints were made under his close supervision, Yoshida combined the ukiyo-e collaborative system with the sosaku-hanga principle of “artists prints”, and formed a third school, separating himself from the shin-hanga and sosaku-hanga movement. In 1902 Yoshida played a leading role in the organization of the Meiji Fine Arts Society into the Pacific Painting Association. Yoshida’s extensive travel and acquaintance with Americans influenced his art considerably. The artistic lineage of the Yoshida family includes eight artists since the Edo period (1603-1868). His lifetime prints are signed “Hiroshi Yoshida” in pencil and marked with a jizuri (self-printed) seal outside the margin. Within the image, prints are signed “Yoshida” with brush and sumi ink beside a red “Hiroshi” seal. This design is illustrated at plate #192 of “The Complete Woodblock Prints of Yoshida Hiroshi”, Abe Publishing co., Ltd., 1987.
Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery is pleased to present an excellent opportunity for a collector to purchase a stunning collectible, in pristine condition. Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery, 140 Bank St. New London, CT. Mon.-Fri. 9:00 to 5:00, Sat. 10:00 to 3:00. Contact us at phone no. 860-442-6355 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Like us on Facebook , Follow us on Pinterest and Twitter, and Find us on Alignable!