In September 2012, the Farmington Libraries will host the artwork of Constance Patterson. The show will exhibit her newest pieces and range in subject to include landscapes, portraits, and abstracts. On September 8 there will be a reception from 1 – 4 pm, where art lovers can come view the show and meet the artist. During the reception she will display a number of small sculptures for the first time. They will be there for the reception only, as there is no place to have them permanently shown for the course of the show.
All pieces on display in the show will be available for purchase.
Constance Patterson is a Connecticut artist and designer who divides her time between a successful interior design business and her original, creative artistic endeavors which include oil painting, drawing, working with oil pastels, and watercolors. She has a degree in Art and Art History from Beloit College in Wisconsin, as well as a Masters degree in Information Science from Syracuse University (New York) and an Interior Design Degree from The Inchbald School in London England. Her work is represented in several private collections.
For more information about Constance Patterson and her work, visit her web site: http://www.cpdsgn.com/about.html
The show will run from September 1 - 30, 2012. As there are other programs that take place in this room, please consult the library schedule before viewing the gallery.