The Gallery at Hunt Hill Farm


First opened in 1975 with a series of Silo Scenes, the Gallery at Hunt Hill Farm quickly became a champion for regional artists and craftspeople, building a following in New England and beyond.

Housed in a converted hay barn, c.1800, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the gallery has 27-foot-high ceilings, exposed timbers and a famous view into the barnyard.

Emerging and established visual artists exhibit in the Main Gallery. The New Talent Gallery features art students from CT colleges, universities, and area middle and high schools.

At "Gallery Talks" on selected Sundays, exhibiting artists discuss their work and related issues.

Follow the links on the left for a description of each show.

EYE CANDY - Cornet and Farmen

Featuring the work of
Plus students from Rumsey Hall School
Pictured above: Red Oil 2, Tyler Farmen, 18" x 24", oil on canvas

Left, Untitiled # 1, Ken Cornet, 2014. 18” x 24”, gouache on paper.

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