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9/20 Sole Evolution show by Vincent Castaldi kicks off new Rossoni Gallery

Please join us on Friday, September 20 from 5-9:00 pm when the Rossoni Gallery in association with Mixed Media Publicity | Promotions, will host an exhibit of the most recent works of art by Rhode Island resident and RISD graduate Vincent Castaldi.

How are you drawn to a work of art? Do you gravitate toward bright colors or soft tones? Will the size or structure of a piece command your attention ? Sometimes, like magic a piece captures your imagination–such are the works of Vincent Castaldi.

Vincent will be exhibiting some of his modestly sized earlier works, oil pastel on paper, matted and framed and some of his new works which are oil pastels painted on larger stretched canvases.

The subject matter of his earlier work is figurative and illustrative often depicting fantastical dreamlike characters that seem to invite you into their story. The newer works are figurative as well but lean toward abstraction with an evolving theme — a metamorphosis of one’s soul.

I invite you to come see for yourself on the 20th. If you cannot make it, please visit another day — show will run until October 20.

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August 16th, 2013 7:30-11:30PM

311 Westminster St  Providence, RI 02903
(401) 521-3333
Live Jazz, excellent food and perfect cocktails in a beautiful, relaxing atmosphere
Complimentary valet parking
Jazz moves to the courtyard on warmer evenings; under the stars…
Whaling City Sound’s John Stein – guitar
Joe Potenza – bass
Michael Connors – drums
Richard Hundley – piano, keyboards
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FREE Romani Music Concert Sunday May 19th New Britain, CT

Stan Renard will be performing live with Ioanida Costache on Sunday May 19th at 3 pm at the Polish American Foundation in New Britain Connecticut, commonly known as the Sloper-Wesoly House.  Admission is free to the public, donations will be accepted and all procedes will go the Sloper-Wesoly House. You do not get to hear Romani Music live often in the United States! Romani Music is also more commonly known as Gypsy Music. This event is a unique opportunity which has been made partly possible thanks to a generous grant from the Southern New England Folk Apprenticeship Program in partnership with Institute for Community Research (Connecticut Cultural Heritage Arts Program), Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (Folk Arts Program) and the Massachusetts Cultural Council (Folk and Traditional Arts Program)


The Sloper-Wesoly House is located at 27 Grove Hill Street, New Britain, CT. Come early the seating is limited! See you Sunday!

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