Thursday, November 21, 2013

Quirky, Colorful, Glimmering Exhibit in The Fisher Gallery During 37th Annual Candlelight Celebration at The Farmington Valley Arts Center, Avon CT November 22, 2013 - December 21, 2013

Mixed Media, Sculptures and Urban Folk Art By Artist Bill Healy Showing in The Fisher Gallery at Farmington Valley Arts Center, Avon, CT 37th Annual Candlelight Celebration, Opening 5:00 -9:00 pm November 22, 2013 Through December 21, 2113. 

Quirky, colorful, whimsical and magical is how I would describe the holiday exhibit for the 37th Candlelight Celebration in the Fisher Gallery at The Farmington Valley Arts Center in Avon, CT.
This year, you will find a shimmering giant kinetic mobile sculpture of a Pegasus created by Robin Protz, centered in the gallery surrounded by original Urban Folk Art, Assemblage art, Mixed media, sculpture, Art glass and more.

Urban Folk Artist Bill Healy at Farmington Valley Arts Center

Local artist Bill Healy funks up the gallery with his offbeat menagerie of  Urban Folk Art which will remind you not to take life too seriously. His unique funky junk art assemblages
and offbeat wall decor with bold form and bright colors will both charm you and keep you entertained.

Bill, known for his metal can robots using vintage advertising tins has expand his reportoire of looney objets d' art to create both large and small colorful figurative assemblages.

You will find a good represention of sculpture, glass art, photography, mixed media, pottery by regional artists on exhibit during the 37th Annual Candlelight Celebration.

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