Special Events May 20 and 21 at Southbury Public Library

Special Events at Southbury Public Library: Classical Music Concert and Fractal Art Viewing

Classical Music Concert - Alyce Cognetta Bertz and Meg Cognetta Heaton
Friday, May 20, 7-8:30pm, Brinker Fireplace Room, Registration Required

Join us for an in-person musical performance by sisters Alyce Cognetta Bertz and Meg Cognetta Heaton. Alyce and Meg will be performing pieces by Beethoven, Dvorak, Kreisler, and more. This program will be in-person only. To register click here.

Brenda Molloy Fractal Art Viewing
Saturday, May 21, 1-3pm, Brown Room, Registration Required

Join us for a viewing of the May Artist Brenda Molloy's work.  Fractal art can be calming for the mind.  This will be an informal event.  For more information click here.

Brenda is an award-winning fractal artist. While she creates digital print images and animations based on mathematical formulas, her approach to the work is highly intuitive and the ethereal images produced beautifully reflect her artistic vision.

Having studied Fine Arts and worked in graphic design, Brenda began to transition to making fractal art in 2007. The underlying mathematical geometry of fractals has a vibration that is closely related to the patterns found in nature. As a trained reiki practitioner, subtle energy fascinates Brenda, and makes itself felt on many levels, including in her artwork. The attraction to creating fractal art was a natural progression.

Capturing as much beauty as possible is an integral part of her practice. Beyond the visual appeal, viewers often comment on the calming effect that her work has on them, describing it as transformational or healing. Currently Brenda is finding great joy in creating fractal animations as well as single images. She enjoys collaborating with musicians on multidimensional audio/visual projects, weaving the art and music together for a beautiful, transcendent experience.


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