Welcome to Artwell Gallery

Torrington, Connecticut ♦ 860 805-5898 

Artwell will support the arts programs in Torrington Public Schools. Try Smile.Amazon and select Artwell as the not for profit of your choice. A percentage of most purchases will go to Artwell.

SCULPTURE GARDEN PROJECT

How inspiring would a sculpture park be in a school setting where over 1000 students would see 3D work 180 days of the year? Sculpture Project committee now organizing.

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Anyone interested in helping to bring a sculpture garden to Torrington, please contact me at mkyurgeles@gmail.com Thanks!

-Michael Yurgeles

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Olivia Koch. Holga Self Portrait

 

The Plastic, Fantastic Holga Workshop was a great success. Nine people attended and learned how to use the Holga, develop film, and make prints. Planning for future workshops and a community darkroom are now underway.

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2017 Holga Workshop. Left to right, back, Clinton Sosna, Nancy Yurgeles, Linda Rosenbeck, Suzanne Czerwinski, Olivia Koch, Megan Gibbs, Laura Hedenberg. Front, Michael Yurgeles, Macayla Muzzulin (Artwell scholarship award.) Not present, Aislyn Hedenberg.

Artwell Gallery, Inc. is an artists’ collective, that offers education in the visual arts, and serves as a forum in which the role the visual arts play in our society can be discussed and explored in order to promote a better understanding and greater appreciation of the visual arts by residents of Litchfield County and surrounding areas.

Artwell is a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization.

 

Supporting art education in Litchfield County and beyond.