Works by Renowned Artists on Display

Charles Daugherty, “Real Television.” Lithograph, 1958. Weston Today photo

Only a few weeks remain to see “Weston Illustrated: Penned, Painted & Sculpted” at the Weston History & Culture Center, as the exhibition closes at the end of February.

On display are works by influential artists in Weston between 1919 and 1965 such as Charles Daugherty, James Daugherty, Ray Strang, and John Held, Jr., telling the story of their connection to those living in town at the time and the town as a whole.

The exhibition is open on Thursdays and Sundays from 1:00 to 4:00 and by appointment. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for children (and free for members).

On February 15, you can learn a lot more about these artists — and Weston — at “Cocktails with the Curator” of the exhibition. See the WHCC website about that.

Below is a glimpse of the exhibition and some of the art it contains.

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