Alvarez, whose art gallery bearing his name opened nearly nine years ago at 96 Bedford St., took his grandmother Clementina’s words to heart and established the Clementina Arts Foundation. “I always like to empower in any way, shape or form, whether it is through money or wisdom,” he said. “I believe every human being should reach to their potential.
STAMFORD — Artist Tara Blackwell wants people who see her “Corner Store” series of paintings to relive their childhoods. Opening Sunday at the Stamford Art Association, “The Corner Store” features 19 pop artworks of familiar treats like Klondike ice cream bars, Mary Janes, Pop Rocks and Wonka candy. Blackwell, who grew up in Bridgeport and has been a Stamford resident for 15 years, said she and her brother spent time when they were children at their corner store, looking over and buying snacks.
Abstract artist makes new work with old paintingsSTAMFORD — It’s been said that “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”For abstract artist James Gortner, truer words were never spoken. But Gortner, whose exhibit “Force Field” is on display at the Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery through Nov. 14, would describe his work in more philosophical terms. “This work is a different application of the same concepts that I’ve used before with constructing paintings,” said Gortner, 39.
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