Oak Hill Art Studio - Venue 2019

VENUE (Open Weekend #2 November 16 & 17)

120 Holcombe Street, Hartford
Great place to park, tour & board and take the shuttle

860-769-3865 -

An expanded featuring on the OSH Tour in 2018!
Not only did Oak Hill exhibit the work of their clients, Art Therapist Roxanne Crane and faculty members, A Group Show in the beautiful Auditorium included over a dozen professional, multi-media artists.
2018 Participants - Please ck back for 2019
Amanda Rodriguez, Watercolor paintings depict personal and first hand look into my mental illness to end the stigma

Cecilia Imports, Modern weaving styles based on Guatemalan traditional weaving.

Christopher Hayes, Stained Glass Panels and Fused Glass Functional Art

Edwin, Cosmic spray paintings

Grassillini Creations, Leather accessories, bags, belts, wallets, key rings and leather roses

Martin Paul Photos, Photography that is all about light, nature, color and texture

Mijumi, America's hidden talent. Come see for yourself and be AMAZED!

Oak Hill Arts Studio, The creative imaginings of student artists, including works for sale

Rebecca McMann, Metallic Fine Art Photographs: Strange | Beautiful | Abstract (Mostly)

Roxanne Crane, Lush, dreamy ink mingled with bold, vibrant acrylic

Samuel M. Benjamin, Pen, ink and digital illustration and sequential art

Sergio Fine Arts Photography, Archival Prints from digital photos framed and ready to hang

Uniquely Yours Jewelry and Callum Heddar, Author, Unique statement jewelry and a children's book

Veterans Therapy Through Art, Veterans using different art media to assist in treatment

We thank Oak Hill for participating in the Shuttle Bus OSH service. 


Oak Hill helps people with disabilities experience rich, fulfilling lives in communities throughout Connecticut.  The art program in particular enriches lives through art. Our exhibits include painting, ceramics and videography.

Through education, assistive technology, programs and advocacy, we support them at every stage of life. We also provide a robust array of services to those people who work with, live with and care for people challenged by disabilities.

Oak Hill serves children and adults with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities. Today, it is the largest private nonprofit 501(c)(3) community provider of services for people with disabilities in Connecticut. 

Roxanne Craine's work is bold, imaginative acrylics on canvas and ink on paper.





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