WinterFest 2000, which we hope will become an annual event, presents the work of seventeen distinguished craftspeople from Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont. This invitational exhibit and sale highlights the quality of contemporary crafts being created in our region of the country. A variety of affordable work in clay, cloth, metal, paper, and wood will spark your imagination and offer an abundance of gift-giving ideas.
Participants include: Ceramics: Anne Elliot, Robbie Lobell, Kathy Hanson, John Macomber, Louise Harter, Richard Palan Cloth: Susan Cryan Metal: Anne Behrsing, Jafar Shoja, Ann M. Pedro Paper: Susan Jaworski-Stranc Wood: Donald Cadoret, Gunther Kell, Kenneth Dubay, Shirley Mensch, Dan Dustin, Judy Tripp.
The exhibitors are donating a portion of their proceeds to benefit the University Libraries’ art and exhibits programs. Enjoy the beauty and quality of the work.. Purchase presents for your family and friends – and perhaps, for yourself. Lend your support to our ongoing effort to make the library a very special place on the beautiful, new UConn campus.
Homer Babbidge Library Gallery on the Plaza
Curators: David Kapp & Norman Stevens