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Cheshire Public Library will be highlighting the works of Kriss Sullivan from today through the end of the month in the Mary Baldwin room. The exhibit is open to the public and collectors and friends of the arts are encouraged to come and visit one of the most interesting and colorful artists to be featured in Cheshire.
After having a successful portrait business for many years, Kriss is ready to dip into different styles of art and explore his potential. Kriss owned and operated Artistic License Art Gallery in Waterbury, and featured artists working in a myriad of mediums and styles. Throughout his experience as a visual artist Kriss has welcomed influences from other artists in an attempt to break away from the realism he is accustomed to and has recently been working in more colorful, vibrant, and abstract styles in different mediums. His goal is to break into the New York art market. Kriss has promised to display at least three of his oversized pieces.
The Cheshire Public Library is located at 104 Main St.
You can contact the library by calling (203) 272-2245