Fifteen internationally acclaimed local artists will show selections from their works in "Thinking Visually: The Art of Connecticut Illustrators," an exhibition celebrating the rich diversity of illustration as an art form will run from Monday, Sept. 25, through Sunday, Dec. 3, in the Visual and Performing Arts Center Art Gallery at Western Connecticut State University.
The exhibition will provide a sweeping presentation of works encompassing a broad spectrum from popular children's book illustrations, magazine covers, cardboard constructions and stamp designs for the U.S. Postal Service to evocative graphic images for cartoons, albums, advertising, video games, films and television series. Each of the participating illustrators resides in Connecticut and has attained critical recognition nationally and abroad through unique contributions to the art of illustration.
Artists who will be featured in the show include Guy Billout, Leslie Cober-Gentry, Robert Crawford, Bruce Degen, Randy Enos, Robert Giusti, James Grashow, Gerard Huerta, Roger Huyssen, Christine Kornacki, Ross MacDonald, Wendell Minor, Jon Sideriadis, Bill Thomson and David Wenzel.