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URBAN LANDSCAPE
Multimedia Artists 
Painting, video, photography, sculpture and mixed media

Luigi Cazzaniga, Angiola Churchill, Ellen Colcord, Martha Diamond, 
Rose Frisenda, Carol Ross, Anne Spalter & Annette Tacconelli

January 19 - February 23

Urban Landscape is a group show of multimedia artists (painting, video, photography, sculpture and mixed media) who live and work in New York City. It showcases the experience of living in a metropolis as a multi-faceted "cosmology", that reflects the energy, color and form within the highly complex structures of the city. Here, the artists imbibe the force of this complexity as a personal experience. They come to terms with living apart from nature. The Island of Manhattan is the main source of inspiration: mounted on a giant rock, surrounded by the Hudson and East Rivers, dotted with parks and a slow greening of the city. The artists learn to live with the structures of massive steel and brick that embrace them.

Curated by artist Ellen Colcord, this exhibition presents a variety of works in many mediums. Colcord will also present a series of lectures and workshops during the run of the exhibition. She is an internationally recognized fine artist and educator, who has taught and exhibited her work for over 25 years. She holds a Master of Arts from New York University, and has done extensive Master's Studies at Yale University and the Accademia di Belle Arti in Urbino, Italy.
Ellen Colcord
Luigi Cazzaniga
Martha Diamond
Carol Ross
Annette Tacconelli
Anne Spalter
Rose Frisenda
​Angiola Churchill
Art and Well Being
A Talk on Art and Positive Emotions
by Ellen Colcord & Robert Rosales

Wednesday, February 22 at 11 AM
at the Greenwich Arts Council
299 Greenwich Avenue - Second Floor
FREE Admission

(This talk is in conjunction with the URBAN LANDSCAPE Exhibition Curated by
Ellen Colcord at the Greenwich Arts Council's Bendheim Gallery)

Find personal happiness within your daily life by cultivating your artistic side, becoming a more creative you. Achieving greater happiness is a fundamental, yet elusive goal for many people. Whether you are a seasoned artist, a raw beginner or simply curious about the science of happiness, this talk is designed to energize and inspire you.

Discover the underlying elements found within Well Being: Relationships, Engagement, Vitality, Achievement, Meaning and Positive Emotions.

This interactive session is designed for anyone curious about attaining greater happiness through creativity; cultivating positive change through art.

The lecture is Free, but reservations are required, please RSVP to gallery@greenwicharts.org

For more information contact Ellen Colcord at 646.706.1252 | 

Ellen Colcord, Curator/ Artist//Colcord Studio School
Robert Rosales, Positive Psychology, Lead Academy Founder

Reflections of an Exhibition: URBAN LANDSCAPE
A Concert by David Schroeder and Combo Nuvo Trio

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12 at 3 PM

Greenwich Arts Council, Meeting Room, Second Floor
299 Greenwich Avenue - Greenwich, CT 06830

Director of the Jazz Studies Program at NYU, Dr. David Schroeder will perform with Combo Nuvo trio, an international ensemble of professional musicians on February 12 at GAC. The group has travelled widely throughout the world, playing recently with the Mongolian National Symphony. They perform regularly at the Blue Note in Manhattan. The program of jazz, world and improvised music is designed to create a "music landscape" which derives from the current exhibition in the Bendheim Gallery URBAN LANDSCAPE, curated by prominent artist and art historian Ellen Colcord.