Sven Martson presents his own unique way of seeing. In an artist’s statement, Martson explains his work as a collection of significant moments: “My work is a corollary to my
Sven Martson presents his own unique way of seeing. In an artist’s statement, Martson explains his work as a collection of significant moments: “My work is a corollary to my movements through time and space. I photograph scenes of personal significance as they occur where I happen to be. It is my hope to discover and record meaningful moments in life through the process and craft of photography.”
Kehler Liddell Gallery (KLG) is a cooperative gallery in the heart of New Haven’s Westville village representing 27 of the area’s most notable emerging and established artists. Established in 2003, KLG is one of New Haven’s longest running retail galleries to date. All of the artists are juried into membership. Monthly exhibitions are highlighted by free community arts programming presented by ArtEcon Initiative. Gallery hours: Thursday – Friday, 11am-4pm; Saturday–Sunday,10am-4pm. The gallery is free and open to the public. www.KehlerLiddellGallery.com.
For the health and safety of all, when visiting the gallery, please adhere to the following: 1) wear a mask at all times; 2) no more than 4 guests inside the space at a time; 3) sanitize your hands upon entry (available at the front desk); 4) keep at least 6ft distance between yourself and others; 5) if you’re sick and exhibiting symptoms of any kind, please stay home, and find us online at www.KehlerLiddellGallery.com.
September 10 (Thursday) 11:00 am - October 25 (Sunday) 4:00 pm
Kehler Liddell Gallery 873 Whalley Avenue New Haven, CT