We would like to recognize our artist, Rex Walden, for the inclusion of one of his pieces in the New Haven Paint & Clay Club’s permanent collection, called “A Century of Creativity”, which was exhibited form January 31st through May 10th, 2020 at the Lyman Ally Art. This year’s juror was D. Samuel Quigley, Director of LAA Museum.
According to the official website of The New Haven Paint & Clay Club, it was established in 1900, is the oldest continuously active art club in Connecticut. With a history and impact extending far beyond New Haven, the club draws members and exhibitors from across Connecticut, New York, and New England.
This exhibition explored places, traditional landscapes, and regional identity that help shape people´s conception of the Northeast of America. Other works portrayed abstracted landscapes and imaginative or distant places. This retrospective celebrates the history and continuing legacy of The New Haven Paint & Clay Club and its efforts to support and encourage visual arts in the region.
The New Haven Paint & Clay Club, established in 1900, is the oldest continuously active art club in Connecticut. It holds a long history of promoting the visual arts throughout New Haven and beyond. Through its sustained support of the visual arts and artists for over a century, the NHP&CC has become a well-known and respected asset for the community.
Author: Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery FLAG