Moshe Bursuker has learned traditional glassblowing techniques from many of the modern glass masters. His work is known for its combination of tall sinuous form with distinctive color technique. With each piece, he layers transparent color to create intricate patterns and vibrant color design.
Jen Williams and RPAC Resident Artists
Day & Night: a Study in Contrast
November 17 2022 - January 14 2023
Jennifer Williams is an Australian born contemporary oil painter residing in Rowayton, Connecticut. Her paintings are lively expressions of landscapes, cities, figures and abstract themes. Using gesture, line and form she communicates the majesty of our landscapes as she perceives them - full of movement and light.
RPAC Resident Artists
Time to Remember
september 15 - November 13 2022
RPAC celebrates being on Main Street for three years!
Follow the Music
July 14 - September 11 2022
Many guitars and bass guitars are made from rare, imported and exotic wood, leaving behind a large footprint. My instruments are made from reclaimed and locally sourced wood - often the same exotic species that have already been harvested, used and are heading for the landfill! I also use naturally felled and locally sourced wood as well as other fun objects pulled from the waste stream.
I left my career as a performing musician to pursue making art, furniture and musical instruments from reclaimed and upcycled materials. I began making unusual instruments from unusual things and developed a line of more traditional, high quality, affordable instruments made from reclaimed materials.
Lost + Found
MAY 19 - July 10 2022
"Suzanne Heilmann’s art offers the viewer an invitation into a special world. One’s perspective on the environment is changed by her unique ability to show us what one might not usually see. Drawing inspiration from what she observes and finds around her, Suzanne often incorporates “found” objects into her work, and melds the traditional with the diverse."
Close to Home and Heart
MARCH 17 - MAY 15 2022
"I see delicate variations of color and bold abstract design in everyday items. My strength and first love is representational painting but my background in set production has given me unique skills to experiment with. My new series 'Dancing Through Life', celebrates the beauty of dance."
JANUARY 13 - MARCH 13 2022
"I believe a regard to the spiritual, or at least a sensitive awareness is always somehow inherent in everything I create. My sculptures often suggest narratives. Attitude and gesture imply a host of scenarios that both resonate with the viewer on a personal level, and stimulate their imagination to realms beyond their own experiences."
september 16 - october 17 2021
The RPAC Gallery in collaboration with D.Colabella Fine Art, presents Beyond Limits, an exhibition featuring Guy Stanley Philoche and selected artists of The Philoche Collection. Following his successful sold-out exhibition in March of 2020, Philoche decided to use his funds to purchase artwork to show support for fellow artists who were struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the help of his collectors, he has spent more than $250,000 and has supported over 250 artists in this pursuit. As a world-renowned artist, Philoche will be sharing the spotlight with a handful of artists who are featured in his collection.
An Intimate Encounter with Nature
August 5 - september 12 2021
For me nature is an inexhaustible source of inspiration. I'm fascinated by skies, vast lands and the presence of water. Having been an observer for many years of traveling, I have accumulated an enormous bank of images that are accompanied by sweet memories not only of happiness, but solitude as well.
I'm hoping to create a poetic and magical moment that reveals itself in massive quietness, through the absence of obstacles, and the presence of boundless land. My goal is to have the viewer bear witness to, and be absorbed by, the scene - a scene trapped in time of sounds and breeze, of light and shade, of movement and repose.
The works I'm showing in this event are inspired by hikes, photographs, and the visual observations made when experiencing my surroundings. These paintings are the result of direct observation; a complex combination of natural elements and the recollection of the emotions that I felt observing those scenes.
Tina Cobelle-Sturges Summer Solstice
June 5 - August 1 2021
Tina Cobelle Sturges is best known for her radiant, colorful, and approachable paintings that blend small brush strokes with pointillist technique to animate the canvas and bring country and city landscapes to life. Her unique impressionist and folk art style, considered “romantic realism,” reflects her dedication to a bright palette, careful sensitivity to perceptible details and a commitment to harmoniously capturing the rhythm of daily human life in an engaging and authentic setting.
She seamlessly weaves elements of nature with urban landmarks resulting in a simultaneously energetic and soothing composition. Sturges approaches each canvas as an individual expression, anticipating her audience’s desire to emotionally connect with the scene, be amused or find a peaceful individual moment.
APRIL 4 - MAY 31 2021
The design of my sculpture begins with a broad concept: a place, person, animal, or emotion. After paring away the inconsequential details, what remains is the unique core of my subject. The unprocessed forms of stone, and stainless steel are my primary mediums; like the ideas I am interpreting, they are clean and uncomplicated.
The process is the same throughout my work; to capture that singular core that makes any place, feeling or living thing what it is. My sculptures become the physical representations of the essenceof the subject.
January 28 - March 28 2021
Jon is an award-winning illustrator, author, and art professor. His specialty is mythological storytelling and imaginative realism. His work has been published in film, books, comics, the music industry, and in the gaming industry. He has worked on feature films in Hollywood as a creature-effects artist and sculptor, and he is internationally acclaimed in the illustration field.
Jon recently wrote and illustrated an epic poem, “Astromythos” which translates to “The Star Mythology”. Heavily influenced by Byzantine art and Illuminated manuscripts, each of his intricately detailed paintings depicts an allegorical character or scene from one of the myths in the book.
December - January 2020 - 2021
Nancy is a self-taught artist and former book editor of 38 years. She has exhibited her works in galleries, museums, and other public institutions from Connecticut to New York and beyond. She works predominantly on large slices of beautiful archival paper, choosing to work with watercolor, graphite, gouache, metallic paint, colored pencil, wax crayon, and wood burner.
Her latest series, Unconventional Women, is an incredible exploration in transformation, discovery and growth.
RPAC Gallery "Seeing 2020"
September - November 2020
The gallery is celebrating it's one year anniversary of opening it's doors on Main Street this September! How we all see and experience 2020 is unique, come and visit how our Artists translate their experiences. We're so grateful to be able to share all of our wonderfully talented Resident Artists and Featured Artists with the community of Ridgefield! We would not be where we are today without the love and support from our artists, our staff and the community.
august - september 2020
Lydia Larson was born in Pompton Plains, New Jersey in 1987. Growing up as an American nomad, art making was a means of documenting the constant changes of her surroundings. In May of 2009 she received her BFA from Montclair State University where she studied under Julie Heffernan, Alyssa Monks, and Peter Barnet. In 2011, Lydia went on to receive her MFA from Kendall College of Art & Design in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She has since been involved in residencies and research in the Netherlands, Italy, India, Hawaii, Japan, and Hungary. Lydia is an alumni of Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy. In 2014, she became a recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant. She was awarded a second grant, in 2019. Lydia has exhibited across the United States and Internationally. Her studio is in a historic factory building in Norwalk, Connecticut.
March - august 2020
Frankie Vinci's Rock 'n' Roll journey has led him to create the Pop Art he’s so passionate about today. These raw-colorful Pop Art / Mixed Media pieces are reflective of his years as a troubadour and his Rock 'n' Roll experiences performing in the iconic clubs and concert halls from NYC to LA , all of this has become part of his tapestry as a Pop Artist.
Frankie is a Multi-Platinum songwriter / recording artist and has shared the stage and or worked in the recording studio alongside iconic names such as : Aerosmith, Van Halen, Alice Cooper, Meat Loaf, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Tim McGraw, Roberta Flack, Dino Danelli & Gene Cornish (Rascals), Wally Bryson (Raspberries), Ricky Byrd (Joan Jett, Roger Daltrey), Robert Lamm (Chicago), Phil Ramone, Eddie Kramer, etc...
Frankie’s Pop Art is inspired by music, fashion, film and the vintage billboards that have been distressed by weather and time. The multi-layered backstage passes, concert posters covering the dark alleys and backstage walls in Rock clubs like CBGB’s, all add fire to Frankie's creativity. Frankie’s artful eye sees the beauty in subway graffiti, random paint drips, metal rust, torn paper, combined with detailed painting and carefully composed layouts. His flair for color combinations and the placement of iconic images over his canvases is creating a buzz in the art community.
Emily Hamilton Laux
January - march 2020
We started the new year by hosting Emily Hamilton Laux and her wonderful collection of botanical and floral photography. This was one of the gallery's most bright and vibrant exhibitions yet! Emily was our first ever photographer to be a featured artist at the gallery.
Ridgefield Holiday Stroll
RPAC Gallery participated in the annual Holiday Stroll on Main Street with some arts and crafts as well as hosting the Ridgefield Suzuki School advanced violin ensemble!
We were also accepting donations for the Make A Wish Foundation in which for $1 you got to decorate a tag that we put up on the gallery Christmas tree!
November - January 2019 - 2020
We featured Ken Scaglia, an incredible photorealist painter and professor at West Conn University. His collection of photorealistic oil paintings of classic and vintage cars blew people away. They caught the eye of many people walking on the street and were appreciated by art lovers and car enthusiasts alike!
Red Top Case
Healing Through Art
We invited the community to come join us in "Throwing Happiness" to create some beautiful pieces of artwork which were then put to auction with all the proceeds going to Ability Beyond! Through a method used by Meredith Mulhearn, one of our Resident Artists, in which you throw colorful pigment powder with an adhesive coating on a canvas, together we created 3 wonderful pieces of art!
Ability Beyond's groundbreaking programs in community job training and placement, supported living, and recreational and educational enrichment, they empower the individuals they serve to live full and rewarding lives. They are always going beyond – to ensure that the people they serve well into the future have a place to call home, enjoy independence through work, and have a forever home where they can age with dignity.
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