Round Hill Community Church Continues Exhibit By French-American Artist

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The latest art exhibit at Greenwich's Round Hill Community Church "Aux Quatre Coins Du Monde" is set to run through Jan. 8 in the Les Beaux Arts Gallery. Photo Credit: Courtesy Round Hill Community Church

GREENWICH, Conn. -- Time is running out to see the current exhibit at the art gallery at Greenwich's Round Hill Community Church.

Anne Strasberg's "Aux Quatre Coins Du Monde" is set to run through Jan. 8 in the Les Beaux Arts Gallery. 

"Round Hill Community Church's art gallery provides a beauty that may touch us in many many ways," representatives said. "The artist expresses truth that may or may not be communicated in words. Les Beaux Arts Gallery adds breadth and depth to what we experience in the worship and education at Round Hill Community Church."

The French-American artist Anne Strasberg's work is on display for the holiday season.

"Whether you want to call them Naive, Primitive or Intuitive, Strasberg’s paintings will capture your attention and captivate you with their story telling," representatives said. "She has often been compared to Grandma Moses and has been collected by serious patrons throughout the world. She has a personal view and expression of her surroundings that she translates into her compositions to create a fantastic world. Her joie de vivre is infectious and permeates her paintings from charming country villages to delightful seasides and cityscapes.

For more information on the gallery and the exhibit, visit the Round Hill Community Church website. 

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