The City of Norwalk Parking Authority’s Maritime Garage Gallery has opened a new exhibit entitled “Flux” that will be on display through January 4, 2016.
The “Flux” exhibit represents art with the theme of states of constant change; flow, melt, unrest, volatility. Exhibiting artists include Mary Anne Border of Ridgefield, Amy Lee of New York City, Brett Masterson of Stamford, Christine Newkirk of Darien, Sandy Gennrich of Stamford, Charmaine Rawsthorne of Norwalk, Scott Springer of Westport and Viorica Ghetu-Vuono of Norwalk.
Curator Sooo-z Mastropietro says the exhibit is all about movement and emotion. “Flux is all around us in the form of science, medicine, physics, chemistry, and even in an emotional sense. The art represented in the show tells us how the artist represents flux – or how flux represents them.”
The Maritime Garage Gallery is located in the Maritime Parking Garage at 11 North Water Street (directly across from the Maritime Aquarium). The Gallery is part of the Parking Authority’s “Art in Parking Places” initiative in collaboration with the Norwalk Arts Commission. The program is an effort to support art in public spaces making Norwalk a more vibrant destination. The Gallery is free and open to the public from 9:00am -5:00pm Monday through Friday. For more information, call 203- 831-9063, or visit www.norwalkpark.org/public-art
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