Norwalk, Connecticut The Norwalk Land Trust is sponsoring a juried Benefit Art Show in collaboration with the Rowayton Arts Center in order to raise funds for Land Trust programs which include free, outdoor environmental education programs for our fourth grade youth and adult community as well as providing stewardship and cleanup of important open space parcels located throughout the City. There is still time for artists to visit any of the four selected Land Trust properties and paint, sketch or photograph their special beauty. The deadline for entry is Friday, June 8th between 1 and 5 pm. Bring all entries to the Rowayton Community Center at 33 Highland Avenue. Works completed within the past two years are eligible for entry. One entry per artist/photographer. All accepted artwork will be for sale. Proceeds from artwork sold are to be donated to Norwalk Land Trust and Rowayton Arts Center. Contact Marny Smith at email@example.com or (203) 866-8728 for a map of NLT properties and any questions you may have. More details can be found on our web site www.norwalklandtrust.org Opening Reception Sunday, June 10 4-6 pm.
The properties that were selected for this year's show include Hoyt Island, which is located near the Village Creek area; Manresa Marsh at Yost Street, which is located right off the near the NRG Manresa Power Station; the Farm Creek Preserve in Rowayton; and the White Barn Preserve on Cranbury Road in the northern section of Norwalk.
CONTACT: Diane Lauricella 203-858-1537
Marny Smith 203-866-8728