NORWALK, Conn. -- The fourth stop on the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County's inaugural Progressive Gallery Tour will take place at LeClerc Contemporary Gallery.
The stop will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the gallery at , 19 Willard Ave. in Norwalk.
Noting the gallery as an "important addition to the cultural landscape," that provides "a wonderful showcase for contemporary art and community events," the event will offer a holiday atmosphere with art, drinks and good cheer.
Guests will be able to shop at the Fairfield County Antique & Design Center, a multi-dealer center located within the same venue as the Gallery.
LeClerc is exhibiting "Elements of Abstraction," which features sculptures by Don Frost, Won Lee, Masaaki Noda, Jim Perry, John Von Alstine, and Brian Walters II.
Through a "diverse range of materials, backgrounds, and inspiration," the exhibit "examines the intimate relationship between artist and material while highlighting the creative voice that finds the abstract form and draws it out."
When completed, the Alliance's gallery tour will reach from Greenwich to Bridgeport and include eight of the commercial galleries that are members.
While some events already have occurred, several remain, including:
- The Nylen Gallery at Picture This, 772 Post Road East, Westport, on Jan. 13;
- Southport Galleries, 330 Pequot Ave., Southport, on Feb. 17;
- Framemakers Gallery, 3004 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, on March 16; and
- Browngrotta Arts, 276 Ridgefield Road, Wilton, on May 4.
The tour began at the C.Parker Gallery in Greenwich, with a second stop at the Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery in Stamford, and then moved on to the Heather Gaudio Gallery in New Canaan.
For more information on Wednesday's event, visit the LeClerc website.
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