"Red Flag'' (painted aluminum with silver and bronze leaf), by Charlie Hewitt, in his show "Heart of Gold,'' at Heather Gaudio Fine Art, New Canaan, Conn., through Sept. 9.
The gallery says: "Hewitt's work channels the social upheaval of the 1960s, the laborers and mill-towns of his native Maine, and the gritty urban landscape of the Bowery,in New York City. He expresses his life experiences through an abstraction rich with emotive content. These personal associations come through in colorful, energetic, at times scrappy and idiosyncratic mixed-media compositions on canvas, works-on-paper, prints, welded sculpture, and ceramics.''
"Atmosphere, 216'' (ash wood) by Jeremy Holmes, in the "Defying Perceptions'' show at Heather Gaudio Fine Art, New Canaan, Conn., through April 9.
Painting by Donald Groscost, in the "Defying Perceptions'' show at Heath Gaudio Fine Art, in New Canaan, Conn. March 5-April 9.
He creates big paintings that are "formal investigations of painterly abstraction and the process of image simulation'' in our Digital Age, says the gallery.
His paintings "deceivingly appear to be created by some form of virtual media, with a vibrancy of palette that only heightens the impression of a mechanically transmitted image.''
"Poured Enamel, '' by LEAH DURNER, in her show at Heather Gaudio Fine Art, New Canaan, Conn., through Feb. 20.
The gallery touts that "her planned color schemes give way to impromptu spill motion.'' The idea, the gallery says, is to let "the uninhibited mind do great things.''