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Tony Falcone, a local artist from Cheshire, will display his work in Seasoned Falcone, the latest exhibit in the Kohn-Joseloff Gallery, from April 4 to May 17. A professional painter for the last 40 years, Falcone has made his mark through his artwork in many public places around Connecticut. His commissioned murals are on display at the Yale University Law School, the Yale University Peabody Museum of Natural History, the Coast Guard Academy, Albertus Magnus College, the Fusco Corporation, the New Haven Register, and the downtown area of Old Saybrook. Falcone is a master of his medium, capturing familiar landscapes and infusing them with stunning color and detailed brushstrokes. He also paints portraits and historical pieces honoring the Coast Guard. Falcone says, “I enjoy the challenge of each new project, not just the artwork but the process of engaging the patron in its creation.” He currently produces most of his work at a converted vintage dairy barn in Prospect, Connecticut. The opening reception, open to the public, for Seasoned Falcone is April 4 at 5:30 p.m. with the artist’s talk at 6:30 p.m. in the gallery. The Kohn-Joseloff Gallery is located in the lower level of the John J. White ’38 Science and Technology Center.