Barns & Farms Winter Art Exhibit

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 1 Maple St Chester CT 06412  See map

MAPLE AND MAIN GALLERY'S 35 artists invite you to come out of the deep freeze into our glowing, warm gallery where our Winter exhibit just opened!

Discover the Barns & Farms exhibit in the Jostlow Gallery and the small works at small prices in the Library gallery.  Just in time for Valentine's day, we have a wonderful selection of abstract, representational, and impressionist artworks and sculpture all waiting to be swept off to a new home...your home!

Tolland artist Heidi Ludwig has a number of stunning works in this exhibit as does Wallingford artist Patricia Corbett.  The gallery is also home to Manchester artist Dan Nichols and Rocky Hill artist, Bob Noreika.

Hours: Wednesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This exhibit runs through mid-March.

ABOUT THE GALLERY: Housed in a charming building built by Samuel Colt and Pardon Stevens in 1798 which uses four tall ship masts as support beams. Maple and Main, located right in the heart of Chester Village, brims with both New England charm and stunning art work.

We offer a diverse mix of mediums and styles ranging from traditional realism to mixed media to cutting edge contemporary works including portraits, traditional landscapes, plein air, seascapes, marine art, still life, or modern and abstract pieces.

We work with collectors as well as interior design professionals by appointment, offering a range of works and styles to fit a specific project. 

ABOUT TOWN: Chester, Connecticut is a renowned for celebrating art, history,music, fashion, theater, craft, cuisine and conversation in the magnificent Connecticut River Valley. Find a variety of fantastic restaurants that all family members can enjoy. Easy to reach by car, rail, air, or boat, a convenient two hour drive from NYC and Boston, MA, Chester is located at exit 6 on RT 9, between I95 and I91 and is a very short drive from Tolland.


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