Alicia Grebe – Beading Away At Studio 33

 

Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery in Historic Downtown New London, CT carries hand made jewelry by local artisans like Alicia Grebe. Alicia is a Multi Media Artist, her newest collection at Studio 33 is perfect for the summer gift giving season. Come in and see gallery owner Sara Munro about what’s new! Visit our website at https://studio33gallery.wordpress.com, Like us on Facebook at Studio 33 Art and Frame Gallery@Studio33.Art.Frame.Gallery, and Follow us on Pinterest at https://www.pinterest.com/studio33gallery/! Leave a Comment!

Alicia Grebe – Beading Away At Studio 33

2 If By Sea

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2 If By Sea, the exhibit opens with a reception July 28, 2017, 5:00 – 7:00 PM. Maritime art and photography created by local artists, expressing their unique vision, celebrating CT Maritime Heritage Festival 2017. Local photographer Tom Bombria will be exhibiting his photographs, like this fabulous shot of USCG Barque Eagle and New London Southwest Ledge Light, in the group show. Visit: https://studio33gallery.com, Like us on Facebook, and Follow us on Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram!

2 If By Sea At Studio 33

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Harkness Park, October, Watercolor by Robert Rich

Robert Rich is exhibiting his watercolor paintings at Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery in an exhibit that Celebrates CT Maritime Heritage Festival 2017. Robert has been a professional artist for over 30 years, inspired by the maritime scenes in the Horatio Hornblower novels he read when he was young. He has received numerous awards: Division Award for Newspaper Illustration 2003 & 2005; Finalist in 2010 & 2012, 2011 Ruben Award, First Place NENPA Award, Illustration, New England Associated Press Newspaper Editors; New England Newspaper & Press Association; UPI, and the Society of Professional Journalists.  He is a member of the, American Society of Marine Artists, and the National Cartoonists Society. His art work tiled “Harkness Park, October” in the 2 If By Sea exhibit has sold. Come in to the gallery soon and see his wonderful local maritime scenes!

 

Celebrate CT Maritime Heritage Festival

Fireboat by Local New London County Photographer Philip Medbery

Fireboat by Local New London County Photographer Philip Medbery

Philip Medbery of Ct Shoreline Photo Family will be exhibiting his Photographic Prints on Metallic Paper in the 2 If By Sea exhibit at Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery, with an opening reception on Friday, July 28, 2017 at 5:00 to 7:00 PM, Downtown New London, 140 Bank St. The exhibit celebrates CT Maritime Heritage Festival 2017. Philip works hard to capture the all the excitement happening out on the Thames River and here in New London Harbor. He has his thumb on the pulse of the place and his wonderful prints prove it!

Texture, Fab Finishes, Gorgeous Colors!

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New Solid Wood Mouldings

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 Textured Wood, Mat Finishes, Fabulous Colors

Come into to Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery and see what’s new with our exciting  Textured Wood, Mat Finish, Fabulous Color custom picture mouldings!

Ceramic Sculpture Dogs by Lori Rembetski

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“My canine creations are an exploration of the universal nature of dogs as expressed through body language. Each sculpture is handbuilt and carved from Earthenware or Terra Cotta Clay. Each has its own personality and is one of a kind. From start to finish it takes me four to six weeks to create a sculpture. I use black earthenware, white earthenware, and terra cotta clay. I mix scraps of the different clays together to expand my color pallet. The blended clay bodies are always a surprise. Splashes of color, marbling, or a solid color. Sometimes I use an iron oxide wash to give a sculpture a little more color.” – Lori Rembetski

Lori Rembetski earned her BFA from Alfred University with an emphasis on Ceramics. She has been included in juried shows in Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island, Kansas, Pennsylvania, and Iowa. Lori received the First Prize in Sculpture at the Guilford Art League 63rd Annual Juried Exhibition and was awarded The Teddy Goberis Award for Excellence in Ceramics at the Mystic Arts Center. In addition her work has also been displayed in various local galleries, including: The Vault Gallery of Fine Arts, South Dartmouth, MA, Courtyard Gallery, Mystic, CT, Hygienic Art Galleries, New London, CT The Gallery at Lighthouse, Groton, CT and Sun Up Gallery, Westerly, RI. She lives with her husband and rescue dog in New London, CT.

 

Kayaker’s Campsite – Hand Crafted and Carved Pine, Poplar, and Walnut Box

Steve Downs is a local, New London County, self taught woodworker and carver. He received his first carpenters tool box at age four and has been cutting and whittling wood ever since. He creates everything from small carvings to houses. Studio 33 Art & Frame Gallery supports local artists and artisans, we present Steve Downs unique had crafted pieces for your gift giving needs.