NORWICH— The Jill Kraft Gallery invites the community to get warm inside the The Artists' Palette this Saturday to see a “vintage but fresh” expressionist artist for the final gallery show of the season.
More than 45 abstract, expressive works by Manhattan-based artist Diane Root will be displayed from 6-8 p.m. on Nov. 29 at 17-19 South Broad St. in Norwich.
The reception is free and open to the public. Hot coffee and refreshments will be served, and live folk music will be played by local duo Mark and Matt at the gallery event. Coffee is $1 per cup.
“We decided to make a day of it. We will start with the vendor fair in the afternoon, open the gallery in the evening for the last show of the season, and close the night trying to draw in parade goers with fresh coffee and a place to warm up,” said The Artists' Palette owner Jill Kraft.
Despite the store being open year-round, the gallery inside the store is seasonal. Kraft showcases more than a dozen artists in the community gallery throughout the year. Root's expressionism will be the last show of the season.