Past Exhibitions

  • 10th Anniversary Exhibition – March 8, 2013 – 31, 2013

    679 Boston Post Road
    Madison, CT, USA

    Opening reception Friday, March 8th, 5 – 8 pm

    Please check back frequently as new images are being added daily

  • Holiday Show – Friday, December 7, 2012–Sunday, January 20, 2013

    28 Artists Represented – Kathy Anderson, Peter Layne Arguimbau, Del-Bourree Bach, Peter Bergeron, Eileen Eder, Ira Barkoff, Karen Blackwood, Dan Brown, Deborah Chabrian, Julyan Davis, Grace M. DeVito, David Dunlop, Sandy Garvin, Vincent Giarrano, Lisa Gloria, Carol Jenkins, Susan Jositas, Roxann Leibenhaut, James Magner, Barbara Maiser, Leonard Mizerek, Susan Nally, Michael Naples, Cora Ogden, Dennis Sheehan, John Smith, Elizabeth L. Strazzulla, George Van Hook, and Carolyn Walton.

  • Group of Six – Kathy Anderson, Stephanie Birdsall, Dan Brown, Grace M. DeVito, Michael Naples and Dennis Sheehan

    Friday, November 9, 2012–Sunday, December 2, 2012

    “You’ll find treasures here. These remarkable six established and emerging contemporary artists explore adventurous new terrain in still lifes and landscapes and transform the way we look at things,” says Susan Powell, owner Susan Powell Fine Art.

    Nationally- known artist Kathy Anderson paints her flowers from life with vivid immediacy and freshness. She is a Four-Time finalist in International Magazine- Floral and Garden Competition. Stephanie Birdsall has earned over 30 awards including the Degas Pastel Society Exceptional Merit Award and the Grumbacher Gold Medallion Award.

    She is an expert in applying rich overlays of color. Her pastels have the lushness of oils. Emerging artist Michael Naples’ still lifes are painterly with a dramatic viewpoint that focuses on light, atmosphere and translucency.

    Dan Brown’s trompe l’oeil “A Bowler, Some Books and Seraphine” suggests witty dialogue between objects. Dennis Sheehan’s poetic landscapes reflect the beauty and harmony in nature summoning mystery with classic, grand style. Grace DeVito’s still lifes breathe with atmospheric elegance, grounded in the past, but with a reflective contemporary aesthetic.

  • Vincent Giarrano – New Paintings

    Opening Receptions: Thursday, August 16, 5 -8 pm AND Friday, August 17, 6 – 8 pm

    Susan Powell Fine Art presents Vincent Giarrano New Paintings opening August 16 and continuing through September 30, 2012. There will be two opening receptions on Thursday, August 16, 5 -8 pm and Friday, August 17, 6 – 8 pm. Join us and meet the artist who will be here both Thursday and Friday. Up to 40 paintings will be on view.

    Vincent Giarrano continues his exciting series of New York cityscapes and interiors with a focus on the figure and fashion. Giarrano’s New York moments combine hip and stylish women at work and at ease with Soho’s century-old cast iron facades and contemporary interiors. He enjoys painting the creative people who live and work in the city. “My favorite themes are subjects that are classic as well as contemporary,” says Giarrano. His ability to capture a scene with immediacy and freshness comes from years of drawing and painting en plein air. Giarrano’s vibrant brushwork catches New York’s distinctive light combining old and new and reminding us that the city is always passionately reinventing itself.

    While Vincent Giarrano’s exhibition at Susan Powell Fine Art continues his series of cityscapes and interiors, his new paintings are about the beauty that the artist sees in New York City and the enviornments and personalities he finds while doing so.

    “My favorite themes are things that are classic as well as contemporary,” says Giarrano. “For this work, the focus is the figure in relation to clothing and architecture. I love the deep ties we have with them, but also what they mean to us today. In all, these paintings are scenes that have a quiet and sincere mood- things that speak to me about real life.” read more