MAY 6th, 2016 6pm-9pm (one evening only)
Fairfield Fine Art, 901 Ethan Allen Highway, Ridgefield, CT 06877
Art in Common, Inc. is a community outreach non-profit charitable organization based in Ridgefield, CT whose mission is to promote creativity, increase community awareness around important social issues and foster connection across diverse populations. Maonyesho, Exhibition 2016 presents the first display of work by Asúkú Mlulé, a recently resettled refugee, originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and currently residing in Bridgeport, CT. Maonyesho, Exhibition, 2016 will contain 26 drawings that Mr. Mlulé has completed since his arrival to the U.S. in February of this year.
The show will also include work by Ridgefield based artists, Randi Nussbaum (http://www.randistudio.com/) and Aimee Jette. Randi describes her work as “Contemporary, fun, blonde, opinionated and sophisticated.” Aimee will display large abstract paintings, replete with collage and found objects, which address current issues in the media. In addition, Carmell Clark of Salt Lake City, Utah will reveal work from her collection of emotional, textured, sometimes turbulent paintings.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale of Mr. Mlulé’s work will go directly to the artist. And a hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale Aimee’s work and a percentage of those from Randi and Carmell’s work will go to fund future initiatives for Art in Common, Inc. Please join us for this important, timely event.
One evening only: Friday May 6th, 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Maonyesho, Exhibition 2016 will be held at:
Fairfield Fine Art
901 Ethan Allen Highway
Ridgefield, CT 06877
+1 203 403 7609
For questions about the exhibition:
Art in Common, Inc.
Aimee Jette, CEO
+1 203 253 4837