Pat Browne was born in England. Browne's work has won recognition in two continents, in the form of gold, silver and bronze medals from the Royal Drawing Society of London, and awards from the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts and the Connecticut Women Artists. Her subject matter is always the familiar scene from a New England village; a rose-covered trellis, a wisteria-filled entrance way, an old wooden door or a brick house facade with interesting old windows. Brown paints these scenes with remarkable skill. She is an accomplished watercolorist with exceptional control of her medium. Her paintings are crisp and fresh with attention paid to light and shadow.


artwork by:
Pat Brown

Mili Tryba is a retired professor of art at Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is a surface design artist who works with batik and shibori, ancient Japanese resist techniques for fabrics. Most recent major work since moving to CT is a set of seven banners for St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Storrs, CT. Also a professional calligrapher, she recently completed an addition of 15 handmade books as a memorial tribute for a California client. 

 

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