Greenwich Native returns to show Visionary Art, NOV~DEC 2012

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 444 E Putnam Ave Greenwich CT 06830  See map

ART RECEPTION DATE: Wednesday, November 14, 2012

TIME: 5:00-7:00pm

WHERE: The First Bank of Greenwich, 444 east Putnam Avenue, Cos Cob, CT

PLEASE RSVP: to Frank@GreenwichFirst.com or (203) 302-4375

Please join us to meet our featured artist, Brooke Ann Haggerty-Cottle, at The First Bank of Greenwich. Inspired by yoga, meditation and a childhood surrounded by Greenwich's natural offerings, Haggerty-Cottle's artwork emits a deep, spiritual connection to the natural world. We are excited to showcase her work and give our customers the opportunity to meet this talented artist. 

The show runs from November 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012, so come on by :)

The artistic style of the Greenwich native is considered visionary, for its imprint reaches multi-dimensional levels and yet remains playful. You are invited to deepen your soul’s experience. Art and nature lovers will enjoy the illuminating colors, as well as the interplay between human and animal into a coherent whole.

The Artist's works have been recognized through several prize placements in Connecticut. Previously published by the nation’s greeting card leader for inspired art and nature, Leanin' Tree of Colorado, Brooke Ann launched her own note card line at the 2009 National Stationery Show in New York. The debut was nominated for Best New Product and was featured nationally. This past March dotted her third project for Benjamin Moore Paints® Color Trends for 2013. Currently the Artist offers us a new inspirational card deck, Yoga Earth Is, which consists of 45 images with guidebook on yoga, animals and nature.

Many works from the collection, Harmonic Elements, will be displayed as giclees on canvas. Also, prints, note cards and other stationery items will be available for purchase at the reception. To learn more about the art and the artist's process, go to: www.sacredearthmission.com or www.soulenergyportrait.com.


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