Woody Jackson, creator of the famed Ben and Jerry's cows, calls the black and white cows that are ubiquitous in his paintings, "the unsung heroes of Vermont." Dick Rothschild, a former Greenwich resident, creates large wooden sculptures including an eight-foot horse, as well as a pig and a rooster. Lloyd Toone brings us life-sized and larger than life chickens made from recycled materials, such as shoe leather and detergent bottles. His chickens have attitude and personality, displayed in their own chicken coop in the Gallery. The photography of Leonard Hellerman focuses mainly on the tobacco barns of northwestern Connecticut.
The artists will discuss their work and answer questions. Refreshments will be served. Free and open to all. For more information, please call the Flinn Gallery at (203) 622-7947.