Connecticut Historical Society - Venue 2019

One Elizabeth Street in the West End of Hartford (intersection of Asylum)

CHS is a SHUTTLE STOP where you can park and take the buses to other venues. Routes and schedules.

Connecticut Historical Society offers FREE admission to the museum every Open Studio Weekend. Featured will be over 20 OSH mixed media artists many that live in the West End. 

CHS is now the home of the Institute for Community Research featuring the CR Sewing Circle Project. Exquisite crafts by local artists from Burma, Bosnia, Somalia, Romania and Iran

2018 Fine Artist
Please check back for 2019 artists

Allen Freshler, Traditional painterly oils of New England

B.Rossitto, Impressionist landscapes in oil and watercolor

BH Upcycled Designs, Upcycled Clothing and Accessories

Carol and Peter Ganick, Impressionistic, abstract paintings and drawings

Christine Quallen, Nature and landscape photography

Drew Darley, Wheel Thrown Crystalline Ceramics

Erika Novak, Wheel thrown and hand carved functional and decorative ceramics

Grace Epstein, Functional ceramics and paintings that all connect with the natural world

Jubilee Fine Art, Original art, Hartford Ephemeria and Hippie Hats

Karyn Sweezy, Playing with flame creating glass jewelry and sculpture

Linda Boisvert DeStefanis, Contemporary realism, waterscapes, pastel and oil paintings

Linda Rahm, Landscapes, still life paintings, collage and abstracts

Lori Racicot, Colorful and vibrant realistic and abstract pastel and acrylic paintings       

My Precious Stones, Unique one of a kind hand made jewelry, semi precious stones in sterling silver

Nan Runde, Pencil, oil and egg tempera, meticulous drawings and dreamlike paintings

Normand Charlette, Digital photography primarily of land and seascapes

Renee S. Hughes, Printmaking-monotype exploring the creative process and element of surprise

Rita Bond, Colorful coastal & inland scenes and abstracts inspired by New England

Suzanne Jill Levy, Paintings focusing on abstract art in a modern, bold and dynamic style

The Sewing Circle Project, Exquisite traditional crafts by local artists from Bosnia, Burma Romania & Iran












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