TREASA PATTISON’S “IN LIVING COLOR” @ KML

Press Release 12/17/18

(Kent, Connecticut) – The Kent Memorial Library is pleased to announce that Cornwall artist Treasa Pattison will have her paintings displayed in the Library’s Gallery from January 5 through February 27 in an exhibit titled “In Living Color.

Treasa Pattison first studied painting at the Wykeham Rise school for girls in Washington, CT, a school primarily focused on fine and performing arts. She then worked as a studio assistant for land and seascape painter Edward Fails from Falls Villiage, CT. Later she began to show her own work in small local galleries and community exhibits. Treasa uses her painting skills as a form of art therapy helping people in Litchfield County who struggle with traumatic brain injuries and has lead the art rooms of agencies in Torrington and Thomason, CT. Her love for nature and rich color are very much apparent in her work.

Please join us on Saturday afternoon, February 2 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at a reception to meet the artist. The program is free and open to the public. To register, please call the Library, 860-927-3761; go online; email kmlinfo@biblio.org; or stop by the Library.

The Kent Memorial Library’s mission is to enrich the lives of individuals and the community by providing materials, programs, and services to encourage reading, learning and imagination. The Kent Memorial Library is located at 32 North Main Street, Kent, Connecticut. Visit kentmemoriallibrary.org for more information