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Katie S. Atkinson, Illustration & Licensing
P.O. Box 348
Norfolk, CT 06058
860.542.1582 (V/FAX)
www.katieatkinsonillustrator.com
atkinson_artwork Katie Atkinson finds Norfolk to be great inspiration for her holiday paintings. She has illustrated over 40 holiday greeting cards. Her artwork also appears on book covers, stamps, gifts and magazines. “I love painting a universally understood uplifting concept, (such as world peace), and then seeing how it is used.” Katie’s art work is licensed and marketed globally through www.images.com. Original paintings are available and can be purchased by appointment.
     
pnrc@mac.com
860 542 5776
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Peter Coffeen, once a collector of vintage photography, is a fine art photographer whose subjects include still lifes, design in nature and the built environment, flowers, tarnished and weathered materials. He acknowledges the influence of the work of the late photographer Lilo Raymond and the painter William Bailey. His large-format pictures of tulips were exhibited at the Norfolk Library in 2006. He is a member of Norfolk Artists and Friends and has participated in their annual exhibitions in Norfolk.
Late in joining the digital revolution,
he laments of the loss of
Kodachrome 64.

     
kinuko_artwork www.kycraft.com Kinuko Y. Craft is the preeminent artist today working in the tradition of the Pre-Raphaellites. Her art has appeared on covers of books by many well-known authors; opera posters; fairy tale books and in many national magazines. Her fairy tale books have been distributed in the USA, Europe, Greece, China and Korea. Her work has been widely exhibited and is now in private collections in the USA, Italy, Japan and Greece. It can also be found in The National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian.
     
www.mahlonfcraft.com mahlon_artkwork Mahlon Craft is a fine art photographer, graphic designer and children’s book author. He has been photographing since the early seventies and his works are in the collection of the Illinois State Museum in Springfield, IL.
“In my work, beauty has always been fundamental to my interests. It is always what first catches my eye. It can take many forms, but never the conventional... It is that peculiar combination of beauty and the surreal that I am most attracted to photograph.”
     
     
Carl Dudash Harpsichords
P.O. Box 200
Norfolk, CT 06058-0200
860-542-5753
www.vintageperformance.com/cdh
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Carl and Marilee Dudash design, build, and decorate harpsichords and clavichords in the styles of the 16th, 17th, and 18th Centuries. Carl has been making instruments for over 30 years. Marilee is an accomplished artist whose work includes traditional soundboard paintings, landscape paintings for lids and cases, faux marble, chinoiserie, and gold leaf or bronze powder case designs.

     
falk_artwork www.madelinefalk.com Madeline Falk is an artist who specializes in paintings of dogs. She recieved her B.F.A. in painting at the Corcoran College of Art + Design and later had the privilege of studying at the Arts Students League under the tutelege of Frank Mason.
     
Adela Hubers
Norfolk, Conn.
hubers_art I use a camera and a computer to make pictures of what possibly is, or, perhaps, once was. You can see some examples at www.flickr.com/photos/digilager
     
haystack by Gill Rosemary Gill
Folk Art for Folks
185 Mountain Road
Norfolk, CT. 06058
rgillart@aol.com

“From Chicago recluse Henry Darger to Grandma Moses,
Norfolk’s Rosemary Gill fits within the folk art tradition.”
Litchfield County Times 2011
     
Karen Linden
219 Wheeler Rd.
Norfolk, CT
(860) 542-5078
linden_artwork
Karen Linden works primarily in oils with an emphasis on "alla prima"
style. Landscape and still life is her main interest. Stained glass
pieces are also available on a limited basis.
     
hlas PO Box 686
Norfolk, CT 06058
215-313-9898 (cell)
tom@tomhlas.com
http://www.tomhlas.com
Tom Hlas is an abstract mixed media painter whose work is about a sense of place. He considers his paintings mental environments where one can go to belong and be at home. An important element is a circle morphing into meandering squiggles, dots, arches and bowl shapes. It is a primal mark denoting creation, infinity, unity and wholeness with its sacredness and sensuality. His work is a geography of the heart and mind.
     
mason_artwork www.ardenmason.com Arden Mason comes from a family of plein air painters. Arden picked up the brush after a very colorful life in the creative arts, in areas such as sculpture, music, dance, theatre, and the circus. Arden travels to Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and other celtic countries where "wicked weather" prevails. When at home in his studio in Norfolk, he finds the Northeast equally inspirational, especially the Maine coast and Vermont.
     
shirleyametcalf@comcast.net metcalf_artwork Shirley Metcalf is a painter working in paint, cloth, thread and all things fiber. She has exhibited her paintings both nationally and throughout Connecticut. Shirley paints and teaches art inspired sewing lessons out of her studio on Maple Avenue .
     
olsson_photo Ruthann Olsson
INTERIOR ARTS
Box 257
20 John J Curtiss Road
Norfolk, CT 06058
860 542 5095
Trained as a fine artist, Ruthann Olsson applies her skill to custom painted decoration, also color and design consulting, for interiors. “I am a classicist drawing from the superb legacy of the decorative past to enrich the life and times of my clients today by creating rooms of livable beauty for everyday life.”
     
Fay O'Meara
860-542-1523
omeara_artwork I have never been an artist who sticks to just one medium. My degree is in Fibers and while I love to sew, weave, felt and collage, in the last six years I have found an increasing fascination with found wood sculpture. Though the methods and materials are quite different from my textile work, I feel that there is a surprising continuity in my aesthetic choices.
     
bridgette_rallo Bridgette L. Rallo
Norfolk, CT 06058
www.greenwoodsstudio.com
Bridgette L. Rallo is an art jeweler who creates wearable sculpture from fine silver and/or gold set with precious and semi-precious stones. The author of a monthly "how-to" column for BeadBugle.com, an online jewelry trade magazine, Bridgette is the featured jewelry artist at Tokonoma Gallery in West Stockbridge, MA. She also works by commission, designing one-of-a-kind, custom pieces.
Harry Rallo
Norfolk, CT 06058
http://www.harryrallo.com
harry_rallo Harry Rallo is a fine artist who works primarily in oil on linen and occasionally in watercolor. His paintings include figures, portraits, landscapes and still lifes, set in New England and in the Bahamas. Rallo's work can be seen in his Norfolk studio by appointment, or at Arcature Gallery in Naples, Florida, and at The Princess Street Gallery in Dunmore Town, Harbour Island, Bahamas.
     
riedeman_artwork Jon Riedeman
Norfolk, CT 06058
http://jonriedeman.wordpress.com
I make figures, birds and animals cast in bronze or low fired ceramic. My work includes large outdoor pieces as well as indoor, pedestal size works.
     

nina.ritson@comcast.net

 

ritson_artwork Nina Mascetti Ritson is a printmaker/painter who paints the places she loves most - at home in Norfolk. . She concentrates on etching and printmaking during the fall and spring and dedicates the winter and summer to watercolor. When not painting landscapes, she is illustrating animals and and the magnificent architecture of the area.
     
rossi_bear www.karenrossi.com Karen Rossi began her professional fine art career in 1987 by winning several public sculpture commissions, which she created in the shop of her family's specialty welding business. Born in Connecticut, Karen believes her fascination with " Yankee yarns" and early New England folk art inspired her narrative and whimsical designs. Highly regarded for her original metal sculptures, she also licenses her flying characters of hobbies and professions.
Ronald J.Sloan
P.O.Box 361
Norfolk,Ct.06058
860-542-1671
rawwork-art.com
sloan_artwork Ron Sloan is a Norfolk Artist who works in Acrylic and Pen + Ink. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. in 1932. His studio is at his home on Rte 44, which also houses his Shoestring Antiques store and Gallery.
     
thew_weathervane John Garrett Thew
Norfolk, CT
(860) 542-5003
John Garret Thew is an artist, an engineer and an inventor who creates full bodied, hand hammered, copper weathervanes that have earned him worldwide acclaim as one of the premier weathervane artists.
     
www.lesliewatkins.com watkinsBotanical Leslie Watkins paints landscape oils and botanical watercolor. Watkins studied at the Art Students League in NYC. She has exhibited throughout New England, New York City and Japan. She teaches art workshops in watercolor and oil painting. Please call (860) 542-3920 for more information.
  Neighboring Artists  
     
dorazio_artwork Susan Dorazio
860-379-5557
www.susandorazio.com
Nationally known artist Susan Dorazio has gained wide acclaim for her ability to capture the spirit, energy and personality of all she paints. Her work is shown by galleries in New England, museums and in corporate and private collections across the country.
     

413-229-2119
www.anngetsinger.com

getsinger_artwork Ann Getsinger presents a selection of realist and somewhat surrealist oil paintings in her New Marlborough studio building, including landscapes of the Berkshires and Maine coast, figurative work, but mostly 'Stillscapes', paintings which combine still life with landscape.
     
jablonski_artwork Joey Sage Jablonski
84 Trescott Hill Road
Canaan, CT 06018
860-933-1101
Joey Sage Jablonski is a sculptor and potter who teaches pottery and creates beautifully crafted bowls as well as evocative sculptures, blurring the lines between art and craft. Her work appears in shops in the Berkshires and Vermont and was recently in a gallery exhibition in Great Barrington. Visit her website at www.funkwarepottery.com.
     
Wayne Jenkins
25 Tobey Hill Rd Canaan, CT
824-5105
jenkins_artwork Wayne Jenkins is a self-taught oil painter of wildlife and landscape genre. He shows at the Norfolk Library, the Mount Washington Hotel, the Yale School of Art and has been in juried shows of the Housatonic Valley Art League. His work can be seen in his home studio in Canaan, CT where he lives with his wife, Wendy.
     
Bernard Re, Jr.
84 Trescott Hill Road
Canaan, CT 06018
860-824-1010
re_artwork Bernard Re has been included in major juried exhibitions in the northeast and recently was a Solo Show exhibitor at the Westport Arts Center, in Westport, CT. More information and recent work can be seen at his website www.globalhome.com.
     
van_cleef_artwork LOIS VAN CLEEF
Casa Mia Studio
1291 Ashley Falls Rd
P.O. Box 123
Ashley Falls, MA 01222
413-229-3355
miacasa@vgernet.net
LOIS VAN CLEEF has had many One-Person and Group Shows in Massachusetts and Connecticut. and has won various awards from Housatonic Valley Art League, Kent Art Association, and Dalton Art League. Presently represented at the Gloria Malcolm Arnold Fine Art Gallery in Lenox, MA.
     

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