NORWALK, Conn. – The Annual Open Studios Show at the Firing Circuits building in Norwalk, is taking place from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8.
The public is invited to tour the studios and view the Galleries lined with work from over 18 artists working in the Firing Circuits building, located just off Broad Street and Route 7 in Norwalk.
Once a private artists’ colony, The Firing Circuits studio group includes over 20 professional artists all working in an old factory warehouse setting exploring a wide variety of media. The original works shown are all available for sale in a wide variety of price ranges for Art-ful Holiday giving and collecting.
Participating artists include: Sue Brown Gordon, Binnie Birstein, David E. Gordon, Nancy Woodward, Mari Gyorgyey, Karen Vogel, Claudia Mengel, Linda Colletta, Carla Wales, Carla Alpert, Jeanine Esposito, Elisa Keogh, Susan Grissom, Cecilia Fradet, Susan Leggitt, Kate Vickery, Bill Nelson, Pam Linberg, Mary Manning, Sarah French, Regina Levin and more.
In the spirit of spreading holiday cheer, donations and nonperishable items will be collected to support the local food bank.
Come get inspired for the holidays and support your local art community at this special event in Norwalk’s new cultural destination.
The Firing Circuits building, at 1 Muller St., reached from Route 7, to Broad Street, to the end of Sniffen Street on the right.
The artists studios are located on the second and third floor of the building. The front door is located Sniffen Street.
The show is free of charge and there is also free parking on site.
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