The Art Critic
Kristen Jensen
Acclaimed poet and West Cornwall resident Sally Van Doren has transferred thought to image, transitioning from page to canvas in an exhibition at the Cornwall Public Library. 
David Dunlop seeks to stretch time, so that it is elastic enough to convey the process of seeing. His work can be viewed at The White Gallery in a new exhibition called The Electric City.
On view at the Washington Art Association & Gallery is an exhibit of works by Ruth Miller and Andrew Forge, two artists and partners who pursued equivalent philosophies.
On view at the Tremaine Gallery at Hotchkiss School is Becoming: 30 Hotchkiss Artists featuring works by alumni that reflect the perpetual state of becoming.   
Currently on view at Andrea S. Keogh Art & Design are paintings by local artist Bob Knox that focus on his passion for paintings by the masters and his own pursuit of beauty.  
For over forty years, Cornwall artist Tim Prentice has been creating beautiful kinetic sculptures — highly articulated and carefully engineered wind-activated forms.
On view at the James Barron Art Gallery in Kent are works from Norris Embry’s notebooks. This collection of the artist’s authentic, unmediated images is worth a visit.
A lasting monument to the spirit of the American Worker, The American Mural Project at Whiting Mills in Winsted began 17 years ago by artist Ellen Griesedieck.