PMW GALLERY


SINRICH, PHYLLIS
 

RELAXING IN COMO
photograph on canvas, 24 x 32"
Origin: Como, Italy



Cubana
photograph on canvas, 24 x 18"
Origin: Havana, Cuba




Bolzano Beauty
photograph on canvas, 24 x 18"
Origin: Bolzano, Italy



Baby Jane
photograph on aluminum, 24 x 18"
Origin: Athens, Greece



BUY ME!
photograph on aluminum, 24 x 18"
Origin: Corsica, France



I'm Gorgeous
photograph on aluminum, 24 x 18"
Origin: Corsica, France




Fun Time
photograph on aluminum, 24 x 18"
Origin: Corsica, France




Color Me Royal Purple
photograph on aluminum, 24 x 18"
Origin: New York City



Made in Marrakesh
photograph on aluminum, 24 x 18"
Origin: Marrakesh, Morocco




You Brighten My Life
photograph on aluminum, 24 x 18"
Origin: Ljubljana, Slovenia




CEO
photograph on aluminum, 24 x 18"
Origin: Zagreb, Croatia




Holiday Splendor 1
archival digital photograph framed, 24 x 20"
Origin: New York City



Holiday Splendor 2
archival digital photograph framed, 24 x 20"
Origin: New York City



Holiday Splendor 3
archival digital photograph framed, 24 x 20"
Origin: New York City



Holiday Splendor 4
archival digital photograph framed, 24 x 20"
Origin: New York City



Holiday Splendor 5
archival digital photograph framed, 24 x 20"
Origin: New York City




Holiday Splendor 6
archival digital photograph framed, 24 x 20"
Origin: New York City




Holiday Splendor 7
archival digital photograph framed, 24 x 20"
Origin: New York City



Holiday Splendor 8
archival digital photograph framed, 24 x 20"
Origin: New York City



A Face in the Window
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: New York City




Dreams for Sale
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: New York City




Find Me!
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: New York City




Mod in Mykonos
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Mykonos, Greece


Tied to Fashion
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Bolzano, Italy




Sarajevo Survivor
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Bosnia & Herzegovina




Decisions...Decisions
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Istanbul, Turkey




Athens Profile
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Athens, Greece



Fashionista
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Como, Italy



Bejeweled
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Cosenza, Italy




What Next?
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Kalambaka, Greece




Rabat Delight
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Rabat, Morocco




Schone Fraulein
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Berlin, Germany




Buff
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Bolzano, Italy




Urban Chic
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Istanbul, Turkey




Mod in Mykonos
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Mykonos, Greece




Style Setter
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Riva, Italy




Turkish Tailoring
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Istanbul,Turkey




One Size Fits All
archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Istanbul, Turkey




Trendy

archival digital photograph framed, 20 3/8 x 16 3/8"
Origin: Kalambaka, Greece









“ART, FASHION AND THE UNSPOKEN POWER OF MANNEQUINS”


The impetus for this portfolio starts with the art of photography. I shoot extemporaneously — any subject that “talks” to me at a given moment. In this case the subject turned out to be something familiar to all of us — fashion mannequins. In the beginning it was a casual interest; then it took on a life of its own.


It all began in a hilly town on the island of Corsica. The first mannequin I photographed was standing in bright sunlight on a cobble-stoned street. Her eager, almost lifelike face seemed to call, “Buy Me!” I was beguiled, took her picture, strolled down the street and saw two other mannequins with such uniquely individual expressions that I felt a kind of “aha” moment. They looked human!

I continued to add to this collection in my travels at home and abroad; then did some research about the implications of what I what I was noticing. What emerged is a portfolio of portraits that explores — through a camera lens — the unspoken power that mannequins have on us as humans. While their purpose is to display the fashions for sale, a mannequin’s individuality…facial expression…posture…even an “attitude”…can work in subtle ways to influence what we buy, how we see ourselves, or how we project our dreams and fantasies.* 

Psychologically, the human face is one of the most powerful attractions, and these mannequins are intended to elicit an unconscious emotional reaction from a shopper.

Will the shopper become a buyer? It depends on how closely she identifies with both the   clothes  and  the  “message” she  receives  from  the  facial  expression,  affect or “attitude” of the mannequin.

 

Does it feed her fantasies…her desire to be a “player” in her social set…or the self-image she wants the world to admire? If yes, she’ll be drawn into the store for a potential sale. Mission accomplished. 

Art and fashion have a long history together. When we look at the art world’s recent obsession with fashion as subject matter — evidenced by “blockbuster” costume exhibits in museums around the world — we realize that fashion is more than a passing fancy. Its arbiters wield considerable popular and economic influence in almost every culture, and mannequins play a key role as their avatars.  


From an artistic perspective, by choosing a satiric style of portraiture, these humanized mannequins also accomplish one of my creative goals: to raise a tingle of tension between illusion and reality…and ultimately, evoke a deeper emotional experience.


         ~ Phyllis Sinrich


*German sociologist and philosopher Georg Simmel, writing in 1908, observed that the human desire for recognition and esteem within one’s social environment (which includes how one dresses) can transmute into a need for “attention that others do not receive,” then into the desire to be envied, and finally into the will to power.



  

   

Artist Statement


It’s the thrill of discovery. The “wow” of coming upon bits of paint and paper transformed into dazzling street art . . . an awesome reflection . . . an image that resonates emotionally. Find it. Shoot it. Capture it forever.

As a child I dreamed of becoming an archeologist; today photography helps me realize that same sense of wonder as I use my camera to metaphorically “dig” anywhere.

 

My travels have taken me to remote destinations around the world, and my search has evolved into a series of distinct portfolios. As my exploration continues, these collections keep growing and new genres emerge.

 

   Inspired by the great abstract expressionist artists, my style might be described as spontaneous and interpretive “photo-expression- ism,” focused on creating powerful imagery through strong color and bold composition.

 

The excitement for me as an artist is to capture something entirely unique through the camera’s eye. . . shooting a real-world image that morphs into abstraction or invites speculation about the subject. (I’ve been told that my work “bends the world.”)

 

     By interpreting the world around us in a non-traditional way I hope to spark an emotional reaction . . .perhaps raise
     a tingle of tension between illusion and reality . . . and ultimately, evoke a deeper artistic experience.



     Artist Resume

     Gallery and Corporate Exhibitions

2016 – PMW Gallery, Stamford, CT (solo Exhibition)

2015 – Loft Artists Association Gallery

2015 – Stamford Art Association Gallery

2015 – Art for the People 24/7 Gallery, Stamford, CT

2015 – H. Pelham Curtis Gallery, New Canaan, CT

2015 – Spectrum Gallery, Centerbrook, CT  

2014 – Rockwell Gallery, Westport, CT (solo Exhibition)

2014 – Atria Stamford Gallery

2014 – Loft Artists Association Gallery

2013 – McKinsey & Co. Stamford Headquarters  

2013 – The Atlantic Group, Wilton, CT

2013 – The Mayor’s Gallery, Stamford, CT

2013 – The Gallery at Bistro Latino, Greenwich, CT (solo exhibition)

2013 – The Gallery at Loft Artists Association, Stamford, CT

2012 – Laura Barton Gallery – Westport, CT

2012 – Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT – Signed, Sealed and Delivered

2012 – Walsh Art Gallery, Quick Center of the Arts, Fairfield, CT

2011 – The Mayor’s Gallery, Stamford, CT

2011 – Annart Collection at Hiden Galleries, Stamford, CT

2011 – General Electric Headquarters Cultural Fine Arts Gallery, Fairfield, CT

2010 – City Lights Gallery, Bridgeport, CT

2010 – Blue Door Gallery, Yonkers, NY

2010 – The Mayor’s Gallery, Stamford, CT

2009 – Art Up Gallery, Westport, CT

2008 – General Electric Headquarters Cultural Fine Arts Gallery, Fairfield, CT

2008 – Stamford Center for the Arts, Sackler Gallery, Stamford, CT

2007 – Rockwell Gallery, Wilton, CT (solo Exhibition)

2007 – The Mayor’s Gallery, Stamford, CT (solo Exhibition)

2007 – Arcadia Coffee Company, Old Greenwich, CT (solo Exhibition)

2006 – A.I.R. Gallery, NYC — Wish You Were Here

2006 – Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT — Signed, Sealed and Delivered

2005 – Grecyn Gallery, Stamford, CT

2005 – After Five Gallery —Troy Art, Stamford, CT (solo Exhibition)

2004 – JCC Gallery, Stamford, CT (solo Exhibition)                       

2004 – Labriola Gallery, Stamford, CT

2003 – Our World Gallery/Stone Studio, Stamford, CT

2003 – Corners, Fairfield, CT  (solo Exhibition)  
2002 The Caron Gallery, Chester, CT  

Select Juried Exhibitions         
      
                           

2016    

“Tell Me Who I Am: Identity in Contemporary Portraiture” - H. Pelham Curtis Gallery, New Canaan, CT

“The Unspoken Power of Mannequins” – solo exhibition at PMW Gallery, Stamford, CT


2015

35th Annual Photography Exhibition - New Canaan Society for the Arts New Canaan, CT

35th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show – Stamford Art Association, Stamford, C

“Faces and Figures” – Stamford Art Association, Stamford, CT

“Food - the Good, the Bad and the Ugly” - Spectrum Gallery, Centerbrook, CT

“Street Matters” - Duo Show - H. Pelham Curtis Gallery, New Canaan Library, New Canaan, CT

 “Faraway Places” - Stamford Art Association, Stamford, CT

 “Lineal Interpretations” - Tri-State juried exhibition - Loft Artists Association, Stamford, CT


2014

34th Annual Photography Exhibition - New Canaan Society for the Arts New Canaan, CT

“The Elements: Earth, Air, Fire and Water” - Tri-State juried exhibition - Loft Artists Association       

 7th Annual Juried Fine Art Photography Show – UConn Stamford Art Gallery

 

2013

“Sacred Places” – Ferguson Library, Stamford, CT

Ridgefield Guild of Artists 36th Annual Juried Exhibition – Ridgefield, CT

“Three New Artists” - Loft Artists Association, Stamford, CT

“50 Shades of Green” - Rockwell Gallery, Ridgefield, CT

“14th Annual Marine Show” - Stamford Art Association, Stamford, CT


2012

“Selected Artists Exhibition” – Northern Westchester Hospital, Mt. Kisco, NY

“Far Away Places” – Stamford Art Association, Stamford, CT

“Total Recall” – Katonah Museum Artists’ Association 2012 Juried Members’ Exhibition

“Abstractions” Exhibition - Ferguson Library, Stamford, CT

“Images 2012” - Annual Juried Photography Show, Fairfield Museum and History Center, Fairfield, CT

“History of Woman” - Quick Center of the Arts, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT

“Columbus Park” Invitational Exhibition - The Mayor’s Gallery, Stamford, CT

“Senses of SoNo” - Maritime Gallery Exhibition, Norwalk

“Art in the Windows” – New Canaan, CT

“A Changing World: Women Respond” - University of Connecticut, Stamford Campus Art Galley

 32nd Annual Photography Exhibition - New Canaan Society for the Arts, CT 


2011

“SHE”: Mothers and Daughters/Generations Exhibition – YWCA, Greenwich, CT

 31st Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show – Stamford Art Association, Stamford, CT

 Annual Multicultural Women’s National Conference, NYC.  (Three mannequin images chosen for presentation)

“Camera Works” 2011, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Ridgefield, CT

Juror: George Schaub, Editorial Director of Shutterbug Magazine

“Bodegas” Invitational Exhibition - The Mayor’s Gallery, Stamford, CT

“Facades” Invitational Exhibition - Ferguson Library, Stamford, CT

“Empowering You” Exhibition: General Electric Headquarters Cultural Fine Arts Gallery, Fairfield, CT

 31st Annual Photography Exhibition - New Canaan Society for the Arts, CT 

Juror: Susan G. Hammond, Executive Director, National Association of Women Artists


2010

30th Annual Faber Birren National color Award Show
                       Juror: Samantha Rippner, Associate Curator, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC 
“Camera Works” 2010, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Ridgefield, CT

Juror: Harvey Stein, International Center of Photographer, NYC

 30th Annual Photography Exhibition – New Canaan Society for the Arts, New Canaan, CT

 Blue Door Gallery “Women About Woman” Introspective, Retrospective Invitational Exhibition, Yonkers, NY

 Invitational Exhibition – Stamford “Barn (Consciousness) Raising” – The Mayor’s Gallery, Stamford, CT

 “Selected Artists” Exhibition – Northern Westchester Hospital, Mt. Kisco, NY

 Katonah Museum Artists’ Association 2010 Juried Members’ Exhibition

 

2009

University of Connecticut Second Annual Juried Fine Art Photography Show, Stamford, CT
29th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show
            Juror: Paulina Pobocha, Assistant Curator, Museum of Modern Art, NYC
“Camera Works” – Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Ridgefield, CT – Two entries chosen

Juror: Nat Trotman, Asst. Curator, Guggenheim Museum, NYC, selected 55 from 400 submissions

Katonah Museum Artists’ Association Juried Exhibition at the Ridgefield Guild of Artists

Juror: Michael Blakeney, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT

“View of a Home” Exhibition, North Salem, NY

Juror: Neil Watson, Ex. Dir., Katonah Museum of Art

“Contemporary Confrontations,” Katonah Museum, Katonah, NY — Tri-State Exhibition

Juror: Nan Rosenthal, Senior Consultant for Modern and Contemporary Art,

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, selected 126 from 785 submissions

 

2008

31st Annual Juried Exhibition, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Ridgefield, CT— Three entries chosen

Juror: Benjamin Genocchio, Art Critic, New York Times, selected 50 from 400+ submissions

28th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show

Juror: Assistant Curator, Museum of Modern Art, NYC, selected 57 from 377 submissions

“Stamford Today” photography Exhibition — Stamford Art Association

Juror: Myra Kreiman, Senior Photo Editor, Newsweek Magazine

Invitational Artist Exhibition: Featured Artist in the 2nd Annual "Nutmeg Spice" Women's History Month Art Exhibition (women artists from the state of Connecticut): displayed at Stamford Center for the Arts and General Electric Headquarters Cultural Fine Arts Gallery, Fairfield, CT


2007

27th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show

Juror: Assistant Curator, Whitney Museum, NYC — 41 selected from 450 submissions

Invitational Artist Exhibition: “Stamford’s Art Treasures” — Stamford Art Association, CT

27th Annual Photography Exhibition — New Canaan Society for the Arts, CT 

Juror: Diana Mille, Ph.D., Walsh Art Gallery Director, Fairfield University, CT

 

2006

Invitational Artist Exhibition: “Abstraction”  — New Canaan Society for the Arts, CT

26th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show

Juror: Curatorial Assistant, Museum of Modern Art, NYC — 34 selected from 200 submissions

Stamford Downtown Special Services District — Art in Public Places Exhibition — Five entries chosen

7th Annual Reed Marine Art Show (national competition)

 

2005

25th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show

Juror: Assistant Curator, Whitney Museum in NYC. 50 selected from over 300 submissions.

56th Annual “Art of the Northeast” Exhibition — Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT

Juror: Chief Curator of the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art. 100 selected from 1,400 entries

Stamford Downtown Special Services District

“The Power of Color” — Art in Public Places Photography Exhibition — Four entries chosen

25th Annual Photography Exhibition — New Canaan Society for the Arts, CT — Two entries chosen

Juror: Curatorial Assistant, acquisitions and exhibitions — Yale University Art Gallery

 

2004

24th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show

Two entries chosen, of 61 selected from over 400 submissions

55th Annual “Art of the Northeast” Exhibition — Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, CT

Ferguson Library Photography Show, Stamford, CT

24th Annual Photography Exhibition — New Canaan Society for the Arts, CT

Stamford Downtown Special Services District

“Celebrating Woman” — Art in Public Places Photography Exhibition Three entries chosen

2004 Open Photographic Competition and Exhibition — Earthplace, Westport, CT

Stamford Art Association “Faraway Places” Exhibition


2003

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Annual National Travel Photo Competition

23rd Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show

Bartlett Arboretum Group Show – “Expressions of Nature”

23rd Annual Photography Exhibition — New Canaan Society for the Arts, CT

Park Square West Corporate Art Program — Stamford, CT

 

2002

22nd Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show

Juror: Assistant Curator of the Whitney Museum in NYC — 60 selected from over 500 submissions

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Annual National Travel Photo Competition

Selected Artists/Five Artist Show — Stamford Art Association, Stamford, CT     

Juror: Associate Curator, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

22nd Annual Photography Exhibition — New Canaan Society for the Arts, CT

Towers Perrin corporate offices — Stamford, CT

2002 Open Photographic Competition and Exhibition — Earthplace, Westport, CT

5th Annual National Juried Photography Exhibition — Putnam Arts Council, Mahopac, NY    

 

2001

8th Annual National Open Juried Show — “Small Matters of Great Importance”

Edward Hopper House Art Center, Nyack, NY.  Three entries chosen

21st Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show

Juror: Assistant Curator, Whitney Museum in NYC

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Annual National Travel Photo Competition

3rd Annual Stanley & Vivian Reed Marine Art Show (national competition)


Bibliography

“Art Revisited”  - Rockwell Gallery, Westport - http://www.fcbuzz.org/events/visual-arts/9843/livepage.apple.com

“Designing Greenwich: A CT Cottages & Gardens Event” Interior Design Blog by Catherine Cleare Interiors, LLC, Westport,CT, November 28, 2012 - http://blog.cleareinteriors.com/2012/11/designing-greenwich-ct-cottages-gardens-event/"

“Spanning the globe and time” by Eve Sullivan - Greenwich Time/Stamford Advocate front page story,

November 10, 2012. http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/default/article/Show-spotlights-art-that-spans  globe-and-time-4024683.php

“Open Studios” 2012 - Artists display and discuss their works” by Samantha McKelvie, It’s Relevant

website, November 4, 2012. http://stamford.itsrelevant.com/content/12157/Open_Studios_2012

"Artists share memories in ‘Total Recall’ exhibition” by Scott Gargan - Greenwich Time/Stamford   Advocate Pulse,  June 17, 2012 (Cover Photo) http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/default/article/Artists-make-memories-in-Total-Recall-exhibit-3630808.php#

"Artists share memories in ‘Total Recall’ exhibit in Stamford" by Scott Gargan - newstimes.com, June 14, 2012


General Electric Headquarters Cultural Arts Program
Exhibition of Works Depicting Multiple Perspectives of Life, March, April 2011 – Curator Glen Macura: “In Phyllis Sinrich’s satirical portraiture, mannequins take on lives and personalities of their own. The very state of portraiture imbues the mannequins with such an anthropomorphic quality as to suggest that the photos are about the mannequins themselves, as opposed to the clothes and accessories that adorn them. In elevating the mannequin to the level of subject rather than prop, Sinrich capitalizes on a reinterpretation of the very definition of a mannequin . . .(her) humanized mannequins create tension within the artwork that takes us both in and outside of the artwork.”

“Photo Exhibition on Barns Sheds Light on City’s Farming Roots” – The Advocate, Stamford, CT - January 24, 2010“Stamford Today” photography Exhibition - Stamford Art Association, 2008 - Juror: Myra Kreiman, Senior Photo Editor, Newsweek Magazine: “Stamford is truly reflected in the gray-blue mirror images in a montage archival pigment print by Phyllis Sinrich aptly named "Reflections: Stamford on the Move." The overall effect is stunning. Look at it closely to see what the photographer saw in its fragmentary parts.”

“Stamford Today” - Stamford Plus Magazine, Summer, 2008

“New This Week” - The Fairfield County Weekly, September 6, 2007

“Stamford Highlights” - The Stamford Times, September 2, 2007

“Art Scene by Carolee Ross” - America Online, September 4, 2007

“Summer Arts Calendar” - The New York Times, May 22, 2005

“‘Images From the Edge’ Now Open” - The Stamford Times, May 15, 2005

“Phyllis Sinrich to Exhibition New Photography Works” - Greenwich Time, May 6, 2005

“Brought to you in Living Color” - The Advocate and Greenwich Time, October 17, 2004

24th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show, 2004 - Juror: Apsara DiQuinzio, Curatorial Assistant of Contemporary Art, Whitney Museum of Modern Art: “Several of the works also display a psychologically-infused interpretation or rendering of places, portraits, and atmospheres, such as . . . Phyllis Sinrich’s "Illusion and Reality at the Tate Modern."

“2003 Travel Photo Competition” - Atlanta Journal-Constitution, December 21, 2003 - Juror Susan Todd-Raque: “I love the non-pattern and great composition. Even though the shapes are familiar, you can’t quite figure it out...it’s like someone took color and made it run across the photograph.”

“Phyllis Sinrich: Capturing ‘The Decisive Moment’,” - The Stamford Times, December 21, 2003  

“Exhibition Spotlights a Choice Few” - The Advocate and Greenwich Time, April 7, 2002

      
      Awards
    

2009 University of Connecticut Second Annual Juried Fine Art Photography Show

First Prize — People and Portraits Category

2008 — 31st Annual Juried Exhibition, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Ridgefield, CT

Award for Excellence (sponsored)

2008 — University of Connecticut First Annual Juried Fine Art Photography Show

Second Place Winner

2008 — “Stamford Today” Photography Exhibition

Second Place Winner (sponsored)

2004 — 24th Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show

Winner, Ray Kimmel Award (sponsored)

2004 — Ferguson Library Photography Show

Second Place — Honorable Mention

2003 — 23rd Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show
                        Winner, Beatrice Wofsey Award (sponsored)

2003 — Atlanta Journal-Constitution Annual National Travel Photo Competition (sponsored)

First Place Winner: Places Category, among over 1,300 photographs submitted

Ninth Place Winner: People Category

2002 — Atlanta Journal-Constitution Annual Travel Photo Competition

Top Twenty: People Category, among over 1,100 photographs submitted

2002 — Winter Solstice Show — Stamford Art Association, Stamford, CT

Second Place in Photography

2001 — 21st Annual Faber Birren National Color Award Show

Winner, Fred Kraus Memorial Award (sponsored)

2001 — Atlanta Journal-Constitution Annual Travel Photo Competition

Top Twenty: Places Category, among over 3,000 photographs submitted

2001 — Winter Solstice Show – Stamford Art Association, Stamford, CT

Honorable Mention




Education:

Fashion Institute of Technology: Design

University of Connecticut: Marketing

International Center of Photography: Photography

Silvermine Guild: Photography

 

Artist Affiliations:

Loft Artists Association

Katonah Museum Artists’ Association

New Canaan Society for the Arts

Ridgefield Guild of Artists

Stamford Art Association

Westport Art Center

Women’s Caucus for Art, CT Chapter         














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