During Artwalk, the following six artists worked live in Westville Village. Some of the work that the artists created during Artwalk were sold offered in a silent auction* to benefit the Westville Small Business Fund.
Liz Antle-O’Donnell: Carving and printing linoleum blocks by hand, and collage in Edgewood Park.
Frank Bruckmann: Painting plein-air in Edgewood Park.
Steve DiGiovanni: Painting plein-air, Location TBD
Chris Furgeson: Plein-air painting at Central Ave and Fountain Street.
Violet Harlow: Cup and bowl hand-building demos in Edgewood Park.
Sara Zunda: Demonstrating the digital illustration process in Edgewood Park.
The silent auction* took place Saturday, May 8, 12-4pm at Kehler Liddell Gallery at 873 Whalley Ave, New Haven, CT. Winners of the auction will be announced on the same day at 4:30pm.
*All proceeds will go to our newly established Westville Small Business Fund which will offer small grants to help sustain operations for small businesses, including self-employed people, in and around Westville Village. All purchases and donations up to $5,000 will be matched by WVRA!
Steve will be painting plein-air, location TBD.
Liz will be demonstrating her process, including carving and printing linoleum blocks by hand, and collage in Edgewood Park.
Frank will be painting plein-air in Edgewood Park.
Chris will be plein-air painting in Westville Village at Central Ave and Fountain Street.
Violet is a visual artist/ ceramicist and an educator.
She will be doing cup and bowl hand-building demos in Edgewood Park.
Using age-old materials & techniques, she works with the clay and
intentionally bridges the gap between utilitarian “craft” & the purely
Sara will be demonstrating her digital illustration process while creating a new work in Edgewood Park.