NORWALK, Conn. -- Join Darien painter Sergey Stepanenko for his art show "Retrospective," on Saturday, March 12 at the Manice Lockwood Mansion on the grounds of St. Philip Church in Norwalk.
Stepanenko came to the United States from Russia in 1995 and has designed stages for television programs and puppet theaters. He attended the Moscow Printing Institute and has a MA in book design.
He is a member of the St. Philip Artists' Guild (SPAG) in Norwalk, where he has a studio, and exhibits his work in various galleries throughout Connecticut and New York. His work hangs in the homes of presidential families and celebrities, galleries, and more. He created large-scale mural projects on a series of ships built in France for the Celebrity Cruise line.
“Visual artwork is a dialog between the artist and everyone individually. The artist shares his feelings, emotions, and asks questions, hoping that he or she will be understood by others. If the person who is looking at the painting experiences an emotional connection, art has happened," Sergey said of his latest exhibit.
The event takes place 6 to 10 p.m. and features artist series: "Musicians My Little Miracle NYC Dreamers" and "Time’s Mesh Black & White." Homage
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