STRATFORD, Conn. -- "From Artist to Designer & Back Again” by Stratford artist Benjamin Casiano will be the May/June art exhibit at the Stratford Library.
Original works by Casiano, who is making his third appearance at the library, will continue through June 30.
The exhibit in the main lobby of the library is free and open to the public.
Casiano is a graphic designer and art director who fell victim to the great recession in 2009. He began painting again just to fill the time while continuing his job search.
He established a body of work and began submitting to galleries near and far. For the past several years, he has developed his own style and technique, a form of expressionism, cubism and fauvism.
Today, his art is seen in a number of galleries as well as corporate and private collectors throughout the United States. Casiano has used some of his art to raise money for several charities and fundraisers.
He is a BFA graduate from Pratt Institute and has exhibited previously at The Arte Gallery in New Haven and The Mayor’s Gallery in Stamford.
For further information, call the library at 203-385-4162 or click here.
The Stratford Library is at 2203 Main St.
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