The Trailer Box Gallery at Jim Felice Studios in Danbury, Connecticut opened this past weekend, showcasing six Connecticut artists working “on the canvas and beyond.” Felice and fellow artists were hard at work the month of March clearing out a trailer in the yard of the studio to function as a project space, and after some sealer and the installation of a few lights, the trailer became the exhibition space Trailer Box Gallery, which is on display to the public through May 18 on Thursdays and Fridays from 11am to 6pm and by appointment.
Check out the work of Mike Cerullo, Stalin Estevez, Kenny Hess, KVEAZY, MOCK, YEDI FRESH, and Jim Felice at 15 Great Pasture Road, Unit 15 in Danbury. For more information, call (203)797-0230 or visit facebook.com/trailerboxgallery and jimfelice.com.
Photos by Samantha Quattro unless otherwise noted.
Trailer Box Gallery at left, a peek at a commissioned piece by Kenny Hess, a self-taught cartoonist now working in large-scale murals, at right.
Inside the Trailer Box Gallery.
“TV Aquarium” by KVEAZY, a mixed media artist who stopped watching TV five years ago.
Three pieces by MOCK, who studied 3D animation at Savannah College of Art & Design.
A piece by Mike Cerullo, whose graffiti work has taken a turn into the abstract.
“The Voyage of the Encounter” (top) and “Simple Answers to a Complex Problem” by Stalin Estevez, an illustrator who studied art at Western Connecticut State University and in his native country, the Dominican Republic.
A collaborative wall.
”It’s a-me, Mario!” The studio bathroom.