Paintings of Constance LaPalombara on Exhibit at Yale’s Whitney Humanities Center
New Haven, Conn. — The Whitney Humanities Center at Yale announces the opening of “The City,” an exhibition of paintings by Constance LaPalombara at The Gallery at the Whitney, 53 Wall Street, September 27 through December 5.
LaPalombara, a landscape and still-life painter, is well known for her city scenes of New Haven, where she lives. Her artwork has been the subject of 25 solo shows as well as of numerous group shows, and was chosen for publication in the book “Artists Next Door: A Great City’s Creative Spirit” (ed. Cheever Tyler, 2006).
A graduate of Manhattanville College and the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, LaPalombara is the recipient of several grants and awards, including an Artists Fellowship from the Connecticut Commission on the Arts and an Ingram Merrill Award in Painting. She is also a member of Connecticut Women Artists, the Connecticut Watercolor Society and the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts.
Free and open to the public, the exhibition may be viewed Mondays and Wednesdays from 3 to 5 p.m. or by appointment at 203-432-0670.
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