Yearly Local Artist Exhibit
Every spring, the Historical Society of Glastonbury?s Museum on the Green displays the work of a prominent local artist. Recent featured artists include Christopher Gurshin, Lynn A. Damon, Josie Campbell Dellenbaugh, Harry White, Dave Magee, Glastonbury Art Guild Nutmeg Pastelists, Duffy Schade, April Quast, Don Sineti and Ken Roberts. This year the Historical Society is proud to welcome the art images of Glastonbury resident, Don Nedd.
Donn Nedd?s limited-edition serigraphs include a series of Hartford Landmarks: The Colt Dome, Capitol Dome, Phoenix Building, Old State House, and the Stegosaurus/Traveler?s Tower; a series of Connecticut in Four Seasons and Nantucket Landmarks: Brant?s Point Lighthouse, the Windmill, and a Daffodil. Additional serigraphs include Quoddy Head Lighthouse in Maine and a Swallowtail Butterfly.
There will be a reception open to the general- public, Sunday, April 22, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Museum on the Green, 1944 Main Street (corners of Main and Hubbard Streets), Glastonbury, CT. The show will continue for one week during regular Museum hours, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and ending Saturday, April 28th, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. There is no admission fee for either the exhibit or reception. A percentage of the sale will benefit the education programs and preservation efforts of the Society.
About the artist
Don Nedd studied at the Hartford Art School and went on to a career in advertising, first as a designer at an advertising design studio and later as art director at a prominent Connecticut advertising agency. He continues his art career with recent art prints of Hartford, Glastonbury, Nantucket, Cape Cod, plus striking new prints of a Monarch Butterfly and a Dragonfly. A member of the Glastonbury Art Guild, he has exhibited at the ?Show on the Green? and participated in the Glastonbury ?Art Walk?.