DANBURY, Conn. -- The exhibit entitled "Stories" currently on display at the Trailer Box Project in Danbury, featuring the work of Suzanne Benton, Hope Killcoyne, Cathy Vanaria and Mark Savoia, closes Saturday.
Gallery hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from noon to 6 p.m. or by appointment.
The gallery is at 15 Great Pasture Road, Unit 15, Danbury.
Coming Oct. 17 is "Traces," featuring the work of Janice Mauro and Natasha Karpinskaia.
In a unique twist on the formal gallery, the artwork is displayed in a trailer.
The Trailer Box Project seeks to be an alternative to the formal white walls of traditional galleries, both in aesthetic and execution, according to its website.
The project approaches the art gallery as a conceptual work of art as well as a dynamic social hub, where ideas are exchanged and curator and artist work together to create immersive exhibits.
In addition to the Trailer Box gallery is a 100-foot outdoor mural wall that is constantly in flux.
For more information, visit its website here.
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