Shelton's Museum Contempo teams up with artist

Mastrangelo wants to build community closeness


April 21, 2022

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"High Mountain Desert" features an illuminated panorama by Rob Ellison and acrylic layering by Debbie Tracey. The cactus gardens are courtesy of Living Earth Growth Supply.

Shelton's Museum Contempo has used the social media skills of one local artist to provide all of the gallery's artists with global exposure.

Museum Contempo is at 68 SE Lynch Road in Shelton, but Shelton glass blower Ty Nault has also furnished the venue with a virtual display space.

Museum Contempo curator Andrea Mastrangelo credited Nault's photography skills and social media savvy with drawing the attention of Google Arts and Culture, and Gluseum, which she thanked for granting the virtual gallery world exposure.

Nault recalled passing Museum Contempo's 3,000-square-foot warehouse on his...

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