Art to be unveiled

Putnam - posted Sep, 25 2013

PUTNAM- During Putnam's popular First Friday activities on Oct. 4, the Putnam Arts Council will hang a mural "Spring, Summer, Winter and Fall...Again" on Front Street, across from the Bradley Playhouse. The digital and mixed media piece was created by local artist Anthony Foronda. The art consists of four digitally made vinyl murals, each 8' x 8' in size. He used geometric shapes and color to make the pieces less obvious so that people can interpret it as they please. This work is sponsored by the Putnam Arts Council. Foronda is a graduate of The Maryland Institute College of Art. Before freelancing full time, Anthony worked as a creative director focusing on advertising to ethnic markets in the U.S. He has taught at Ringling School of Art and is in the Art Institute's online curriculum for multimedia graphics. He is currently adjunct faculty at Quinebaug Valley Community College. Mark your calendars for 5 p.m. on Oct. 4 and join in for this the unveiling of Putnam's newest community art.

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