Inspired by Ridgefield

 

The show depicts only scenes from Ridgefield.

The show depicts only scenes from Ridgefield.

 

Rockwell Art and Framing of Ridgefield will be exhibiting the work of artist Cindi Mullins from November 21st through February 6th. Ms. Mullins has been a resident of Ridgefield, CT for 30 years and so it’s apt that she has been Inspired by Ridgefield, which is the title of her new show. Inspired by Ridgefield is a body of work depicting only scenes from Ridgefield, such as, the Cass Gilbert Fountain, the little water trough on Route 35, and a lovely landscape from the Ridgefield Stream that runs by the Recreation Center’s walking path. Ms. Mullins expresses a realistic style on some paintings, while others are more abstract.

Cindi Mullins, an award-winning Connecticut painter, enjoys painting a range of subjects. Drawn to landscapes, still life and “closely cropped” florals, she paints au plein air or in her studio. Her work has a blueprint of reality transmuted by her own sensibility and creative decisions.  Whether painting abstractly or staying close to natural scenes, she infuses her own energy and invites the viewer to engage in their own experience.

Rockwell Art and Framing of Ridgefield will host an artist’s reception on Friday, December 4th from 5-8pm, during the Holiday Stroll, which will be co-hosted by JoAnn Kish and Jane Scarbrough of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty. A second artist’s reception will be held the following day on Saturday, December 5th from 4-6pm. Inspired by Ridgefield runs from November 21st – February 6th.

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RIDGEFIELD, CT–Rockwell Art and Framing of Ridgefield presents: Inspired by Ridgefield featuring the work of Ridgefield artist Cindi Mullins. Ms. Mullins, an award-winning Connecticut painter, expresses her inspiration of her home town in this body of work depicting only scenes of Ridgefield, CT. The public is invited to an opening reception on Friday December 4th from 5:00-8:00pm, co-hosted by JoAnn Kish and Jane Scarbrough of William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty.  On Saturday December 5th a second artist’s reception will be held from 4-6pm. The show runs from November 21, 2015 – February 6, 2016. The event is free and open to the public. Rockwell Art and Framing of Ridgefield is located at 470 Main Street, Ridgefield, CT, 06877. Phone 203-894-8000.

 

 

About Rockwell Art and Framing

Rockwell Art and Framing has six locations in Fairfield County, CT: in Ridgefield at 470 Main Street; in Wilton at 379 Danbury Road; in New Canaan at 9 Burtis Avenue; in Westport at 236 Post Road East; in Stamford at 891 High Ridge Road; and in Fairfield at 1630 Post Road. In addition to original fine art found at our locations in Ridgefield, Westport, and Wilton; all Rockwell Art and Framing locations offer custom framing, installation services and residential and corporate art advisory services. To learn to about Rockwell Art and Framing visit www.rockwellartandframing.com.

 

Rockwell Art and Framing of Ridgefield is open Tuesday – Friday 10-5:30pm / Saturday 10-5:00pm.

 

 

 

 

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