On Exhibit in January 2015
Walls: Art by Connie Alexandar
Connie Alexander lives on 70 woodland acres with her husband, and her sheltie “Shadow”, the subject of many of her paintings. She’s been honored with numerous awards over the years. Her paintings are in private collections as well as the Troy County Courthouse and Eastfield Village. She has studied fashion illustration at Cass Tech, in Detroit, MI; Cartoonists & Illustrator’s School in NYC, Malden Bridge School of Art with Richard Goetz, and the Albany Institute of History and Art, with Betty Warren. She has also studied with Franklin Alexander, Harry Orlyk and currently with Betsy Apgar-Smith.
An exhibition of her paintings will be shown at the Sand Lake Center for The Arts sometime to be announced in 2015. She is also a resident artist at Historic Eastfield Village.
Further details are available at Golden Pond Studio, West Sand Lake, NY, 518-286-3779. www.artbyconniealexander.com
1 Case: Sisters in Crime (Mavens of Mayhem)
The Mavens of Mayhem is the Upper Hudson Chapter of Sisters in Crime, an international organization comprised of readers, publishers, agents, booksellers, and librarians bound by their affection for the mystery genre and their support of women who write mysteries.
The Mavens will be holding a Panel Discussion and Book Signing on Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 12 Noon-3:00 pm at the East Greenbush Library. Authors from the local chapter of the Sisters in Crime will speak about their books of crime and murder. The panel of authors will consist of: Susan Sundwall, Frankie Bailey, Donna Lagone, Robert Knightly, Kate Laity and Eleanor Kuhns.
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