West Hartford film studio Elmwood Productions makes movies starring a cast of puppets for a strictly grown-up audience.
Sculptor and architect Mohamad Hafez uses detailed miniatures to create a visual lament about the Syrian war.
Connecticut illustrator Barry Blitt tackles politics in general and the Trump era in particular with New Yorker covers and more.
Connecticut entrepreneur Heather Devin puts her own spin on children’s clothing with her business Gone 2 Quonnie.
Architect, artist, and community advocate Jason Farquharson has a vision for Hartford and it involves painting the city.
Photographer Pola Esther inhabits the life of Ruth Ann Brown Coxe in a new exhibit at the Florence Griswold Museum.
Connecticut artist Leslie Giuliani defies description. Is she a printmaker, painter, weaver, rug hooker? All of the above?
Street photographer Erik Williams highlights a gritty, vibrant Hartford in a new Real Art Ways exhibit.
Musician Laini Marenick leaves her job as a therapist to record her first LP, Wandering, with Laini and the Wildfire.
Carolyn Paine keeps a busy schedule from coast to coast, but each year brings her Nutcracker Suite & Spicy home to Hartford.