‘Bloom’ Online Art Exhibit Celebrates a New Season of Life: Spring and the Fading Pandemic

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The latest exhibit of the Norwalk Parking Authority’s Maritime Garage Gallery, “Bloom,” features art that incorporates energy and compelling visuals symbolizing the earth returning to life in the spring, as well as our own lives getting back to normal as we move out of the pandemic.

— an announcement from the Norwalk Parking Authority

The exhibit is being held virtually on the Gallery’s social media, the fourth held online since last year.  The exhibit opened April 27 and continues through June 21, 2021.

Bloom exhibit Maritime Garage Gallery Norwalk Parking Lot

Bloom, an online exhibit, will be shown through June 21.

Artists and the public are encouraged to participate via the Gallery’s social media. The public is invited to view the art at the following social media:

—Maritime Garage Gallery on Facebook

—Maritime Garage Gallery on Instagram

The Maritime Garage Gallery is part of the Parking Authority’s “Art in Parking Places” placemaking initiative, an effort to support art in parking spaces.

The physical gallery is located at 11 North Water St. in the SoNo district of Norwalk and  is not yet open to the public. For more information, call 203- 831-9063, or visit NorwalkPark.org/Public-Art.

A Call for Artists

The Maritime Garage Gallery is looking for artwork that has movement, and embodies energy to align with the re-emergence of life in 2021, both in organic life and in the experience of humanity as we come out of the pandemic.

Artwork may encompass all styles and mediums of art. All accepted pieces will be displayed throughout the months of April through June on the Maritime Garage Gallery’s social media (Facebook and Instagram).

At the end of the show, nine Best in Show “Curator Pics” will be selected. Local artist Robert Abriola is the exhibit curator.

All submission requirements can be found at the  Maritime Garage Gallery’s Call for Artists page.

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