Mother Goose Reimagined

 

Enjoy a  brand new perspective on classic Mother Goose stories by members of the Children’s Book Illustrators Group. Members of the CBIG contribute new and reimagined illustrations of the classic Mother Goose stories in a diverse range of media including watercolor, pastel, collage, acrylic, oil, and pen and ink.
More than 50 members strong, this versatile group has experience in children’s publishing, editorial illustration, commercial design, animation, fine art and the teaching of art.  Certain to be a delight, Mother Goose Reimagined will be on view at the Flinn Gallery through January 16, 2013.

Light refreshments will be served.

Flinn Gallery Committee Curators:

Jamee Becker, Linda Butler and Martha Deegan, assisted by Donna Miskend, President of CBIG

Image credit:  Mike Herrod, Cat and Fiddle in Space, Pen, Ink and Watercolor

Exhibiting members include:
Angelique Anderson • Deborah Cuneo • Diana Ting Delosh
• Laura Goetz • Leeza Hernandez • Mike Herrod •
Sara Kahn • H. Ruth Karpes • Anna Kim • Ann Koffsky •
Lisa Lavoie • Kitty Leech • Donna Miskend • Sawaka Norii
•Marilyn Papas • Clare Pernice • Barbara Mason Rast •
Roberta Rivera • Vicky Rubin • Tatyana Starikova •
Cheryl Taborsky • T. T. Tyler • Wallace West • Brian Yanish

 

On Jan 6th at 1:30pm, join Fellow Members: Marilyn Papas, Clare Pernice, H. Ruth Karpes, Lisa Lavoie and Roberta Rivera, for a panel discussion moderated by Donna Miskend at the gallery. Roberta will also be doing a demo.

Exhibit runs Dec 6th until Jan 16, 2013.

If you can’t make it to the Flinn, the art is being posted  at http://cbig-nyc.blogspot.com however it is a beautiful exhibit and the blog does not do the original art justice.

Visit the Flinn Gallery
Mon-Wed 10am – 5pm Greenwich Library
Thurs 10am – 8pm Second Floor
Fri-Sat 10am – 5pm 101 West Putnam Avenue
Sun 1pm – 5pm Greenwich, CT 06830
www.flinngallery.com 203.622.7947
The Flinn Gallery is sponsored by the Friends of Greenwich Library.
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