Current Art Exhibit

Branching Out: From the Cévennes to Litchfield County

An exhibit of paintings by Didier Malaquin

On view through April 10, 2021

Didier Malaquin is a landscape painter and a native of Paris, France.  He lives and works in Roxbury, CT and in Nant, France. He has studied at the Art Students League (New York City) with Frederick Brosen and Costa Vavagiakis and more recently at the Washington Art Association (Washington CT) with Kathleen L’Hommedieu

Didier’s work has been included in numerous group shows at the Art Students League (2017, 2018 (Honorable Mention) and 2019); the Washington Art Association (2019, 2020), the Minor Memorial Library (2019) and the Burnham Library (2020).  This is his first solo show. The work on display in the Minor Memorial Library’s Gallery consists primarily of realistic watercolors and oil paintings depicting the landscapes of Roxbury’s nature preserves and of the Cevennes Mountains in the South of France.