Art Gallery
>Catherine Doocy
>David Eugene Bell
>Diane Pfister
>Ellen Hackl Fagan
>Ellen Pliskin
>Erin Walrath
>Fethi Meghelli
>Fethi Meghelli
>Brick Yellow Collinsville
>Frederick Velardi
>Garry Burdick "A Morning with Norman Rockwell"
>Geoffrey Moss
>I.S. Levitz
>Joan Lockhart
>Joe Rubin
>Jonathan Allen
>Linda Gardner
>Matt Wood
>Megan Craig
>Michael Rivera
>Richard Carleton
>Rita Maduro Frenkel
>Ryan Fitzgerald
>Sandra Scott
>Silvia Marinari Showing “ISTANBUL” photos June 28-Aug. 9; Reception July 10
>Tina Puckett
>Virginia Murray Retrospective
>Eduardo Paredes
>Frank Federico
>Frederic Monnet
>Frozen in Time
>Gwen Freeman
>H. Veronika Gaia
>Joan Smith-Walleck
>Kirsten Larsen Fredericks
>Louise W. King, 2005 Show
>"Narratives" Fethi Meghelli and Debra Roinestad
>New “Hardware City of the World” Exhibit by Paul Baylock; Reception July 10
>Paul Favello
>Selected works from "Four Seasons of Flanders"
>Ted Witek
>The Menu Cover as Art
>Tom Kretsch
>Charlie Heyman
>Maryellen Considine-Woolley March 10th thru May 10th 2010
>Louise W. King 2006
>Marcia Taylor
>Michael Egan
>Michael Garber
>Opening Reception June 12 for Sculptor Douglas Holtquist's "Birds of Color" Installation
>Paula Brinkman March 10 thru May 10 2010
>Silvia Marinari
>Young Artists, 2005 Show
>Alain Picard
>All that jazz
>Ellen Hoverkamp’s Photos: “Artful Edibles and Garden Perennials”
>Flanders Nature Center Benefit
>Marcia Taylor in "Wild"
>The Four Seasons of the Pomperaug
>Katie Danahy Samuelson's "Into the Light"
>Nancy Moore in "Wild"
>Paintings by Forrest Haskins on View May 3 to June 28; May 15 Reception
>Upcoming Artist at the Good News Cafe & Gallery
>Geoffrey Moss
>Joy Floyd's "Lost and Found"
>Leslie Alexander
>Oi Fortin
>Pamela Hochstetter
>Sebastian DiStefano
>Jessica Torrant
>Katie Samuelson
> Fern Berman Photographer
>Marlow Shami
>Hank Meirowitz
>Susie Tarnowicz
>Suzan Scott
>Ariane Luckey
>John & Fish
>Barbara Yasuda
>Remi Lleshi "The Earth Stone Cairn"
>Tom Kretsch
>Aaron Szymanski
>Patricia Brace Stars and Stripes
>Rediscover Our Patio!
>David Monico
>Robert Brennan
>Jerry Kaplan
>Cynthia Zinser
>Bruce S. Clark
>Clay Horses at Good News
>Connie Aronson
>Current Artists
>David Bell
>Good News Logo
>Jack McConnell
>Jean Duranel
>Jeweler and Sculptor
>Kim Tester
>Larry Louis Morse
>Fred Arcoleo & Amy Soucy
>Louise King
>Michael Patterson
>Michael Quadland
>Our 22nd Anniversary NOV 12th
>Paul Szemanczky
>Randy Emmons & Julie Snow
>Richard Beaulieu
>Richard Thomas
>Robert Andrew Parker
>Sara Matzkin
>Ted Witek
>Tina Gauthier
> Artist Fethi Meghelli
>Virginia Murray
>Walt Disney World Marathon
>Woodbury Fall festival
>Lauri Zarin

Art Gallery
> Dining in the Gallery
>Carol Zamchek
>Opening reception for Jack McConnell open to the public

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Ms. McLaughlin's new show, Depingo Ergo Sum, is about blurring the lines. The title, which means "I paint, therefore I am," reflects the artist's career-long effort to unify art and life. The work in Depingo Ergo Sum bridges the gap between commercial and fine art. The acuteness of Ms. Mclaughlin's illustrations, intermingled with the painterly qualities of her large works, creates an exhibition that blurs the boundaries of the art world. However, this self-described “symbolist in figurative clothing, hiding inside a formalist closet” does more than just that. Paintings depicting strange worlds and mystical landscapes are contrasted with the hard lines of ink drawings in the show, which spans both rooms at the Good News Cafe and Gallery.

The artist's formalist ideals are what give her paintings the balance and harmony of a great modernist, but it is her construction of fantastic worlds, where snakes are watch chains and butterflies are bow ties, that set her paintings apart. Ms. McLaughlin's canvases are filled with sentiment, warmth and wonder, inviting the viewer to explore and discover her personal universe. The ink drawings from her illustration career take one further into her artistic decision making. Like lucid daydreams, these carefully balanced works exhibit Ms. McLaughlin's technical skills, while drawing connections to some of her more surrealist influences. Truly a show not to be missed, this comprehensive selection of the artist’s work pays homage to an inspiring and impressive career.

Ms. McLaughlin studied at the School of Visual Arts, received a BFA from Parsons School of Design and an MA in Studio Art from New York University. She has worked as a staff artist and illustrator for the New York Law Journal and other publications. Her work can be seen online at and at These sites reflect her "art is life" spirit and add to her legacy through astute insights, essays, poetry and images. Ms. Mclaughlin splits her time between Newtown, CT and New York City. A book of the artist's work, also entitled Depingo Ergo Sum, is being published by Foxglove Press in conjunction with the show and can be purchased at the Good News Cafe or by contacting the artist through her websites.

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