A Reverence for Nature


June 13 - September 28, 2018

Curated by Nadia Martinez

Opening reception Wednesday, June 13, 5 - 7 pm

Maritime Garage Gallery

11 N Water St. Norwalk, CT

Worth A Thousand Words, curated by Nadia Martinez, features works of art that communicate complex ideas in images. The 32 pieces in the exhibit show artists’ stories, emotions, concerns, memories, and ideas about life, nature, hope, world events, humanity, etc. Exhibiting artists include local artists Day Moore from Milford, Bobbie Bernstein of Westport, Gregory Ziebell of Norwalk, and Carol M. Battin from Stamford.

Press Release

View exhibition's catalog Here

Participating Artists: Al Coyote Weiner, Alison Palaia, Ann Laczko, Audrey Klotz, Carol Battin, Deborah Rauh, Eric Chiang, Grace Kaplan, Gregory Presley, Heidi Lewis Coleman, Helen Roman, James Irvine, Jeanette Compton, Joanie Landau, Judith Bacal, Julia-Rose Liptak, Lauren Clayton, Lisa Stretton, Mark J Schiff, Mary Ann Biehl, Milan Chilla, Monika Camillucci, Nancy Breakstone, Pamela Ann Iannaccone, Roger Duffy, Rosa Colon, Stephanie Manzi, Stephen Smith, Steve Kaplan, Victoria Hackman, William Iannaccone.

The Maritime Garage Gallery is part of the Parking Authority’s “Art in Parking Places” placemaking initiative, an effort to support art in parking spaces.

A Reverence for Nature, Maritime Garage Gallery, Nadia Martinez