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Bruce S. Kershner Gallery At Fairfield Public Library
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Artistic Visions: Paintings Of Viorica Ghetu-Vuono And Erin Nazzaro

Bruce S. Kershner Gallery At Fairfield Public Library
9/29/18 - 11/13/18


The public is invited to a reception at the Kershner Gallery for “Artistic Visions”, the paintings of Viorica Ghetu-Vuono and Erin Nazzaro. The artists will talk about their work at 5:15 pm.The show runs from through Nov. 13

ERIN NAZZARO received formal art training at University of Hartford. For many years, she was an art director for an art supply company. She has been creating art since childhood, and since 1988, has had many solo shows and been in many group exhibits.  

Erin says that much of her work is inspired by the people and landscapes of South America and the American Southwest. She has traveled frequently to Mexico and South America. 

 “I am always drawn to the similarities of people of different cultures...the great resolve, strength and dignity they demonstrate for their family and community. My paintings are alive with color and bursting with the energy of these strong people. My paintings also reflect...how people from so many cultures are affected by the conflicts and divisions we are experiencing here and around the world.”  

VIORICA GHETU-VUONO lives in Norwalk, CT but grew up in Chisinau, Moldova, and studied Fine Art in Russia, Ukraine and Moldova and at The Art Students League of New York.

Prior to focusing exclusively on fine art, she says she used her passion for color, nostalgia and beauty in the fashion business. The travel necessary to support this work provided exposure to styles in China, Europe and the United States.

Viorica says, “The artistic interplay between color and texture has a strong influence in my work... My fine art applies these with my love of narrative, nature, art history and the abstract. In narrative, the mix of mediums and the artifacts I have been collecting get integrated into the art to highlight its rich history. Nature, in its diverse organic forms, always inspires and delights...Art history provides rich fascination, particularly that of the Renaissance period...

Whether I am telling a story, sharing my appreciation of nature or history, or imprinting my innermost feelings, I attempt to energize the viewer to feel and see what I see.”

Shown is her painting, Synthesize.

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