DANBURY, Conn. -- The “Trailer Box Project Holiday Extravaganza,” an exhibition of artist-made ornaments displayed within a fantastical and immersive forest installation, will open Nov. 21 and run to Dec. 30 in Danbury.
All proceeds will be donated to Ann's Place, an organization that helps people dealing with cancer and their families with counseling, support groups, wellness activities, and educational resources.
“Trailer Box Project selected Ann’s Place as their mission is dear to our hearts; two Trailer Box Project artists were aided in their time of need by the compassionate services Ann’s Place provides,” says sculptor Jim Felice, founder of Trailer Box Project. “Trailer Box Project believes that the assistance that Ann's Place offers to individuals and families dealing with cancer are an enormous service to the community, and we are honored to support them.”
Ornaments created by 20 artists will be on display in two locations. Chef Robin Grubard of the Daily Fare cafe, located at the Bethel train station, will hang several in her windows, and will be donating food to gallery's opening reception on Nov. 21.
The ornaments will be available for purchase at the cafe and the gallery.
The public is invited to the opening Saturday, Nov. 21 from 5 to 7 p.m. at 15 Great Pasture Road, Unit 15 in Danbury.
The exhibition hours are Thursdays to Saturdays, from noon to 5 p.m. and by appointment.
Trailer Box Project, a project space and gallery in Danbury, Connecticut is dedicated to assisting groundbreaking artists in sharing their concepts with the public.
For information and appointments, call the project at 203-797-0230 or visit its website
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