The artistic talents of many Vista members are on display throughout the Henry Carter Hull Library in Clinton as part of the Vista Arts Center’s fall exhibit, which runs through the end of October.
The exhibit is comprised of over 90 pieces of art created by artists of the Vista Arts Center, a program of Vista Vocational & Life Skills Center. Works include photography, painting, drawing, mixed media and clay.
A majority of the pieces on display are available for purchase. Half the proceeds from any sale go to the artist. The other half of the proceeds go to the Vista Arts Center and are used to help cover the cost of supplies, equipment and hiring qualified instructors.
The Henry Carter Hull Library is located at 10 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton.
The mission of the Vista Arts Center is to provide quality arts programming to a diverse, adult population that promotes self-expression and learning in a nurturing, noncompetitive environment.
Based in Madison and Westbrook, CT, Vista Vocational & Life Skills Center is a 501©3 nonprofit organization. Vista’s mission is to provide services and resources to assist individuals with disabilities achieve personal success.
For more information about Vista, please visit www.vistavocational.org