WILTON, Conn. -- The Wilton Library will open a new exhibit featuring six Wilton artists Friday.
Representatives with the library said "intricate cut paper designs, sculptures, and portraitures are just a sampling of the variety of art works on exhibit" for the exhibit known as “12 x 6: A Showcase of Six Wilton Artists,” which opens at 6 p.m., Friday, at the Wilton Library, according to a press release.
"The six artists have exhibited during the Wilton Artists Summer Shows over the years and have been well-received," representatives said in the release. "The exhibition highlights their diverse styles, media choices and subject matter."
The artists are Gini Frank Fischer, Robin Heit, Terrence Lallak, Jeff Lavaty, Day Shields and Erasmo Signore.
“I asked each of the six artists to provide twelve pieces from their collections, thereby generating a panoply of visual creations to fill the library," said Ed MacEwen, the library’s art chairman, in the release. "It is quite a robust show and very pleasing to the eye. There is something for everyone.”
The art reception is free and open to the public with the show running through Nov. 29, according to the release. The Wilton Library is at 137 Old Ridgefield Road in Wilton. For information more and directions, residents are asked to visit the Wilton Library's website.
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