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in Place, in Time celebrates the timeless parallels between contemporary and historical art-making revealing striking visual and philosophical connections to the paintings of legendary Windham painter J. Alden Weir and the photography of contemporary photographer T. Harrison Judd.

• In conjunction with the show, a scholarly text, "Rare Light" was published by Wesleyan University Press.

Exhibition statement
Over a two year period I read Weir's writing & love letters, travelled the roads & paths he travelled on a century ago, had long conversations with his grandson, and visited his original works of art in homes & museums. It was a transformative experience.
Art is what connects us to the divine, to the mystery of what it is to be alive, that we lose touch with whenever we separate ourselves from who and where we are.
T. Harrison Judd
Windham, Conn.

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Catalog coverSelf portrait, Dodgingtown, Conn.Mrs. Aileen Eliza BurdickDanbury MechanicsThe Road to NewtownAn American GirlMonroe, ConnecticutReturn to ConnecticutIn the SnowfallSkippyOn the PiazzaSirolo, ItalyLeaf studyThe Woman in BlackAt the PianoRichard JaworowskiThe Muse of MusicUnder the Apple TreeTom HébertPortrait of Vivian with head resting on hand