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The Mayor's Gallery presents "SPAG takes a field trip!"

The Mayor's Gallery presents: "SPAG takes a field trip!"

St. Philip’s Artists’ Guild of Norwalk presents a selection of paintings and mixed media work from 15 members.

Participating artists: Robert Abriola, Sherry Becker, Cindy Bernier, Leslie Cober, David Morico, Dollka Morico, Rose Gatto, Gayle Gleckler, Ellen Gordon, Bruce Horan, Steve Magee, Cynthia Melchiorri, Dorothy Robertshaw, Kristin Schnitzler, Sergey Stepanenko

On view from: November 4, 2021 – January 6, 2022

The St. Philip Artists' Guild (SPAG) is a group of artists dedicated to supporting each other's creative efforts and to collaborating with neighboring arts and community groups. SPAG has been active since 2008 and has a membership of 24 artists. Some of the SPAG members share studio space within the Oakhill Mansion, on the grounds of St. Philip Church in Norwalk,
CT.

The Oakhill Mansion, which has been part of the Norwalk community since 1912, was a private residence for over 40 years before being purchased by St. Philip and repurposed first into a convent and then into a teen rehabilitation center. Abandoned since the late 90s, it had fallen in disrepair when, at the invitation of former Pastor, Fr. Michael A. Boccaccio, five artists banded together with the goal of transforming it into an artists’ exhibiting and working space. This original gang of five moved into studio spaces within the Mansion and began restoring the building into the showcase space of today. Today’s SPAG membership includes 24 artists, some of whom work onsite while others have studios elsewhere.

For more information about SPAG please visit their website www.spagstudios.com.

10th floor  Government Center,888 Washington Blvd. Stamford, CT

Open weekdays: 9am - 4pm

By appointment 203 858 3082

Parking on-site and handicap accessible

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