CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- The Katonah Museum of Art in partnership with sherry b dessert studio in Chappaqua will be unveiling a mural in downtown Chappaqua. announces a public art commission by New York City-based artist, Keiran Brennan Hinton.
The mural, at 65 King St. will portray one of Hinton's signature interior spaces. Works by Brennan Hinton are currently on view at the Katonah Museum of Art as part of the exhibition,
The addition of a visual art feature on the exterior wall has long been envisioned by Sherry and Jeff Blockinger, owners of sherry b dessert studio, as the final touch to the building’s renovation and revitalization.
Painting began in mid-July with the completed artwork to be unveiled at a public reception on Sept. 17. During installation, paintings by Brennan Hinton will be on view at sherry b dessert studio, which will also host two events that explore his.
“We are thrilled to partner with a local business to commission the artist’s largest project to date and to insert Keiran’s mural into the everyday life of Chappaqua residents," Darsie Alexander, Executive Director of the Katonah Museim said. "Facilitating unexpected encounters with artwork sparks just the type of social engagement that the KMA seeks to foster among neighbors both inside and outside of traditional museum walls.”
Paint and supplies for the mural have been donated by Chappaqua Paint and Hardware
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