Relativity – Art Show and Sale

MAC Firehouse Gallery
81 Naugatuck Ave.
Milford, CT 06460

Sub•Mis•Sion by Nancy Jackson
SUB•MIS•SION by Nancy Jackson

Opening reception:
Firehouse Gallery: Thursday, June 27, 5:30 – 7:00
Cash awards for first, second and third place winners.

Exhibit duration, June 27 – July 21, 2019

Show theme: exhibiting artists were asked to consider the following prospectus for their submissions

Setting aside Albert Einstein’s theory, “relativity” can describe relationships or connections. Something that is relative to something else.

Consider yin and yang; two halves which are bound together because each half contains a part of the other.

For this exhibition, show us your artwork with an emphasis on shape and design as expressed in patterns, reflections and color.

Alternatively, if you want to express Einstein’s theory in art, go for it.


Artist pick up

Artwork can be picked up when show ends on Sunday, July 21 between 12:00 – 4:00 PM at the Firehouse Gallery, 81 Naugatuck Ave, Milford

Gallery hours are Saturday and Sunday 12:00 – 4:00 PM

Artwork not picked up within 7 days of July 21 will become the property of MAC.


Jane Lubin: Relativity Show JudgeJane Lubin
Relativity Judge

Jane Lubin is a mixed media artist whose work spans several genres: acrylic painting, collage, digitally manipulated photographic collage. As a retired eye surgeon, she has an eye for detail.

She is a member of Silvermine Guild of Artists, Artists Collective of Westport, Board Member of Artspace, New Haven, and past president of the Womens Caucus for Art, Connecticut chapter.

Jane has organized and curated many art shows, including at the Fairfield Arts Council, University of Connecticut Stamford Art Gallery, University of New Haven’s Seton Gallery, Westport Arts Center Solos, and Arts District of New Haven for Westport Artists Collective.

She has also served as a juror for the Westport Downtown Merchants Association Summer Arts Festival. Her works are in the permanent collection of Norwalk Community College.


Questions or comments, call Mark Hannon, 203-685-5348 or email hannonart@gmail.com.