Welcome to STOCKMAN Gallery
STOCKMAN Gallery is open during receptions and by appointment.
Please call either 860-818-1112 or 860-229-2072
Limited free parking in the Trinity-on-Main Annex lot.
Metered on-street parking, free after 5 p.m. and on weekends.
STOCKMAN Gallery Mission
Provide a staffed gallery space where artists’ work can be experienced and marketed
Promote the creative, performing and visual arts
Nurture individual creative abilities
Promote the economic health and quality of life of Downtown New Britain
Enhance the operations of Trinity-on-Main
Increase the visibility of the Greater New Britain Arts Alliance
Artists interested in showing in STOCKMAN should contact Stephen Hard, STOCKMAN Gallery manager
The Peace Wall is coming to STOCKMAN Gallery!
Join us, Saturday, November 3, 1-6 p.m., for a festive reception with live art, music, refreshments and the Artists for World Peace Peace Wall. All 6”x6” canvases will be for sale for $50 as a fundraiser for the important work of Artists for World Peace. Check out their work at https://www.artistsforworldpeace.org/. Margaret Vaughan: Shopping Carts of New Britain will be up during this special reception and sales of her works (also $50) will also benefit AFWP.
Showing until November 3
Image: 2017, Splintered, acrylic on canvas, 24" x 36"
Image: Paul Gobell, detail, 2017, untitled, acrylic on paper
August 7 - September 15
Ben Parker: Pleats
Reception and origami demonstration Wednesday, August 23, 2017, 5-7 p.m.
Queen Grit - April 19 - May 13
Featuring works by Queen Ann Nzinga Center and New Britain Public K, 1, 6, 7, 8, students.
Suzan Scott and Kathleen Jacobs: Elemental Landscapes
September 21 - October 28, 2016
Ged Liaukus: LAYERS
November 12 - December 31, 2015
Exhibition sponsored by JASKO Development
Ged Liaukus is well known for his strong figurative work and a selection of his newer efforts is part of the show. Also featured are his “Four Seasons” which, while crafted some years ago, have rarely been seen. What Ged is most excited about showing is a series from his foray into abstraction. Still using paint and paper and his extraordinary insight and energy, Ged applies all this to abstract works that are visually compelling and altogether captivating. Finally, in the stairway leading to STOCKMAN is Ged’s massive high relief “Life.”
October 2-30, 2015
Exhibition Sponsored by Joan Morgan