WIP, Peace Rose, 8" x 10" Oil on Panel
Here's a little painted memento of the flowers I received from the good people who sponsored the Peace Poster Contest in Winsted last Tuesday.( Pardon the photo it's not quite capturing the gun-smoke grey sfumato glaze that is engulfing the arrangement). The competition featured student works from around the area. I'm proud to say that my students from NWR7,S.C., J.W., and K.L. took part in this honorable event  placing second, third, and for K.L a special note of appreciation for her beautiful piece. The event is hosted by the Northwestern Community College, in Winsted ,CT.The Peace Poster Competition was organized by the very gracious Carol Beaudoin,professor of Art History at NWCC, and the Winsted Area Peace Action members.  Go check out their website.
Thank you everyone for this wonderful event!

While we are on the topic of peace activism.I received a note from Stephen Kobasa regarding an upcoming show.Mr. Kobasa is a well known peace activist and art writer.He is curating a new show that will open tomorrow at the Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport,Connecticut.

Nathan Lewis, Division Collapse, Oil on Canvas 2014

   Remythologies: New Inventions of Old Stories

                "We may be through with the past, but the past is not through with us."

                                                                         - Bergen Evans, The Natural History of Nonsense

Works by 
Nathan Lewis, Jaclyn Conley, Willard Lustenader, Brian Huff, Jason Buening,Will Holub, Susan Classen-Sullivan, Joseph Saccio, Kyle Staver, Mark Williams, Margaret Roleke, Kevin Harty, Nomi Lubin, William DeLottie and Phil Lique.                     

                             Curated by Stephen Vincent Kobasa

Reception, Thursday, June 11, 5 - 7 pm

June 11 through July 24, 2015

Housatonic Museum of Art, 900 Lafayette Boulevard, Bridgeport, CT                                                                                            


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