Greenhut Galleries solo exhibition of Thomas Connolly


“Warm Library” by Thomas Connolly

Greenhut Galleries in Portland invites the public to an opening reception 5 – 7 p.m. Thurs. Sept 5 for a solo exhibition of Thomas Connolly. From lush summertime landscapes to stark winter architectural works, this Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant recipient’s paintings evoke the seasons and places of our lives. Showing until the end of Aug. in the Side Gallery is acquired work by Maurice Freedman. Maurice Freedman (1904-1985) had his first show at Midtown Galleries, NY, in 1934 under the directorship of legendary art dealer Alan Gruskin.  His last show, a retrospective, was held in 1987 at both Midtown and Hobe Sound North (Portland, ME) Galleries.  During his lifetime he was included in exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art, both in New York, and the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art in Massachusetts. For more information visit greenhutgalleries.com

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  1. THOMAS CONNOLLY IS A NEPHEW AND SURE IS TALENTED. HIS GRANDFATHER, STEPHEN JOHN CONNOLLY WAS AN AMATUR PAINTER AND DID AMAZING WORK. THOMAS AND SEVERAL OF HIS COUSINS HAVE INHERITED THIS TALENT AND WE ALL WISH THOMAS A SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION.