Art to the Avenue returns to Greenwich Avenue

At the return last Thursday of Art to the Avenue, Kyle Hicks Healy displayed her oil on panel work outside Eatalia. — John Ferris Robben photo

At the return last Thursday of Art to the Avenue, Kyle Hicks Healy displayed her oil on panel work outside Eatalia. — John Ferris Robben photo

After pouring rain the day before, last Thursday turned warm and sunny and it was a delightful night to launch the annual Art to the Avenue festival in Greenwich.

All along Greenwich Avenue, artists will be displaying their work (available for purchase) in local businesses through May 26. The annual Greenwich Arts Council event attracted artists from all over the area and the council said that this year there are more than 120 artists participating with a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture and even video. Post photographer John Ferris Robben was on the scene for the event and captured images of the music, the dancing, the free wine and oh yeah the art as well.

Sculptures outside the Greenwich Arts Council building are one of the centerpieces of the annual event but in many of the businesses on Greenwich Avenue pieces are on display and available for purchase with a 30% tax deduction going to the buyer to benefit the Arts Council. 

A full map of the event and where you can find artists throughout the month is available online at Greenwichartscouncil.org/Art-to-the-Avenue.html

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