The Esther B. Drezner Visitors’ Gallery showcases artists’ work in a variety of media. Exhibitions of local and regional artists are featured in solo and group exhibitions. Scroll down to see past exhibitions. ↓
Also, stop by in the Fisher Gallery where the Fisher Front Space is dedicated to small solo exhibitions by area artisans and artists. Small works, limited edition series and unique one-of-a-kind functional and art objects are included for exhibitions in Front Space. Hand-picked by our curator Elena Gibson, Front Space is dedicated to bringing the best of Connecticut to the Farmington Valley. Expect the unexpected in this intimate and dynamic space! off to Front Space →
MONDAY: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
TUESDAY - FRIDAY: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
SATURDAY: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
and by appointment.
Current Drezner Exhibit
As many found object artists will tell you, the materials drive the work. The chair has been a running theme through Sue’s work since 1999 where it appeared on her first website. After being gifted a box of wooden parts Sue saw she could make sets of chairs with what she had. Her work often walks the line between art and product; this exhibits plays to her toy-like aesthetic and whimsical open storytelling. The chair becomes a stand-in for the mundane dramas of everyday life.
Sue Berg (b.1959) Bamberg, Germany
Sue received her MFA in New Media from Maine College of Art in 2001. She is a Professor of Media, Graphic Design and Digital Photography at Northwestern Connecticut Community College. Currently, she lives in Torrington, Connecticut with her son. Her studio is housed there as well as in Studio 6A at the Farmington Valley Arts Center in Avon, CT.
Visit Sue's Website